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Special Exhibit: Jose Sarria – Legendary Drag Queen and LGBTQ+ Activist

Welwood Murray Memorial Library 100 S Palm Canyon, Palm Springs

A special exhibit will be on display at the Welwood Murray Memorial Library in the main room during the hours the Library is open. A representative from the Jose Sarria Foundation will be on site daily and there will be special lectures and film screenings scheduled. Come see the exhibit and learn more about this trailblazer. …

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Three’s Company Live!

Palm Springs Cultural Center 2300 E. Baristo Rd., Palm Springs

Come and knock on our door! From the Queens who brought you Mommie Queerest and The Golden Girls, Heklina presents Three’s Company Live! A drag parody of the beloved ‘70s sitcom where a young man must pretend to be gay to share an apartment with two foxy women. The hanky panky, the constant misunderstandings, the …

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$30

Palm Springs Pride Weekend

Downtown Palm Springs 101 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs

All this week, there are multiple events throughout the city and surrounding area to celebrate diversity and advance the cause of individual freedom for all. The week concludes Sunday with the city’s biggest annual event — the Palm Springs Pride Parade at 10 a.m. Things really heat up Friday, however, with performances across five stages …

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Pride on the Page Book Festival

Plaza Theatre 128 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs

This two-day festival is a celebration of books written by LGBTQ+ affirming authors and for the LGBTQ+ community in November during Greater PS Pride. Our goal is to bring together thought-provoking, entertaining, and enriching subject- atter that communicates different viewpoints and represents various genres that will attract readers/people who have never experienced queer culture, and …

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Free

CHOIR BOY

Palm Springs Woman's Club 314 S. Cahuilla Rd, Palm Springs

A moving story of sexuality, race, hope, gospel music, and a young gay man finding his voice. This coming-of-age story follows a group of young Black students at Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys, a highly respected institution dedicated to helping its students grow into “strong, ethical Black men.” But what happens when young …

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$39 – $45

2022 Interfaith Pride Kabbalat Shabbat

United Methodist Church of Palm Springs 1555 E Alejo Road, Palm Springs

We invite people of all faith communities and beliefs to join our 2022 Pride Welcoming of the Sabbath Service. Join us for a pluralistic online prayer service with a core of Jewish liturgy that will include song, ancient poetry, contemporary readings, and meditation led by members of our local clergy. This service is in person …

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Fundraiser Rally for America and Our Veterans

Hilton Palm Springs 400 E. Tahquitz Canyon Drive, Palm SPrings

Heart to Heart is hosting a Fundraising Dinner to help raise funds for the Annual Women's Military Appreciation held on Saturday, March 11, 2023. The fundraiser honors active military as well as veterans and encourages patriotism for our country and the military. Guest speaker Douglas Gibbs has been a radio host since 2011, a fellow …

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$50.00

Fellini 100: LA STRADA

Palm Springs Cultural Center 2300 E. Baristo Rd., Palm Springs

The FELLINI 100 TOUR comes to Palm Springs: See Fellini's LA STRADA in the Historic Camelot Theatre!

$12

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