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

Welwood Murray Memorial Library 100 S Palm Canyon, Palm Springs, CA

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, CA

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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Sustainability Subcommittee on Waste and Recycling


The Palm Springs Sustainability Subcommittee on Waste and Recycling meets today. To join or participate in the meeting, use this link: Or you can join by calling +1 (669) 900-6833, 89570302802# and use meeting ID 895 7030 2802.

Bow Wow Ball at Boozehounds

Boozehounds 2080 N. Palm Canyon Dr., Palm Springs, CA

Bring your pooches and pups to Boozehound's very first Bow Wow Ball, in participation with the Palm Springs Animal Shelter, The Humane Society of the Desert, Bianca Rae Foundation and Animal Samaritans. Parking lot festivities and happy hour start at 2 p.m. and the ball begins at 4 p.m., hosted by Sabryna Williams. Enter your …

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Teen Advisory Board

Palm Springs Public Library 300 South Sunrise Way, Palm Springs, CA

The Teen Advisory Board meets at the Palm Springs Public Library today in the Teen Zone. Teens in grades 6 through 12  are invited to get involved, help create programs and earn volunteer hours. Snacks will be provided.  

Parent Academy/Academia de Padres


Resources, technology training, academic support, professional development, parent classes and more! Every Thursday from 9/15/ to 11/10. PS Family Center and DHS Family Center. To register: Click Here. For more information: (760) 416-1374. ¡Recursos, entrenamiento de tecnología, apoyo académico, Clases para padres, desarrollo personal, y más! Cada Jueves 9/15-11/10. Centro Familiar de Palm Springs y Centro Familiar de …

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“Shop with a Cop” Pickleball & Corn Hole Fundraiser!

Downtown Palm Springs 101 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA

During the weekly VillageFest event in Downtown Palm Springs, look for the Palm Springs Police Department setup along Palm Canyon Drive in front of Starbucks and try to  "Beat the Heat" at corn hole. The donations of $20 goes to kids for Christmas!


Palm Springs Pride Weekend

Downtown Palm Springs 101 South Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA

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, CA

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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