Sunday, March 1, 2009

News from OutCentral

3 Great Events Coming to OutCentral
Including a Visit From the Nashville Opera Company

NASHVILLE, TN - OutCentral Cultural Center announced today the scheduling of three major events for the month of March and early April.

Deaf & Hard of Hearing Discussion Forum
Saturday, March 14, 2009 (5 p.m.)

People who are deaf and hard of hearing-and their friends-are invited to join in a discussion on how we can unite our community. This event is free and open to the public.

OutCentral Presents: "Listen, Men. Listen."
The James Broughton Film Festival
Saturday March 21, 2009 (7 p.m.)

James Broughton (1913 - 1999) was an American poet, and poetic filmmaker. He was part of the San Francisco Renaissance, and an early bard of the Radical Faeries. Five short films filled with joy will be shown: Erogeny, Testament, Devotions, Shaman Psalm, and The Bed. There will also be a panel discussion, with contemporaries and friends, and several readings of his work. Limited Seating. Tickets may be purchased in advance through NowPlayingNashville.com under the key word: "Broughton." Members: $10; Non-Members: $15.

Nashville Opera On Tour at OutCentral
An Evening of Wine & Opera
Thursday, April 2 (7 p.m.)

Join us for an evening of wine and appetizers with live operatic performances from Nashville Opera's upcoming performance of La Boheme. OutCentral will be transformed into Giacomo Puccini's Paris. Limited Space. Tickets may be purchased in advance through NowPlayingNashville.com under the key words: "Opera OutCentral." Members: $7; Non-Members: $10.

In addition to the events listed above, OutCentral will also be offering these great programs on a regular basis...

New to Nashville
Wednesday, March 18 (6-7 p.m.)
Third Wednesday of Each Month

Poker Night
Friday, March 27 (7-9 p.m.)
Last Friday of Each Month

For further details on any of these events...

Web Site: www.OutCentral.org
Email: info@OutCentral.org
Phone: 615.294.4834
Sorensen: 1-800-659-4810
Relay: 711

The vision of OutCentral is to create a cultural center-a hub, if you will-that welcomes gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and intersex individuals and their friends and families into a positive energy-filled environment where organizations can collaborate, where enduring relationships can be created, where there is integration rather than isolation, and where recreation and education flourish.

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