They always say that March rolls in like a lion and this year is no exception. Mark your calendar for these fab upcoming events and get your spring awakening started now.
Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center’s 11th Annual Gala
Saturday March 12th | Poughkeepsie
The 2016 Gala celebrates the diversity, history, unity, and tradition of our community. This year — the organization’s 11th annual gala — will honor five outstanding community partners and two dedicated individuals, thanking them for their tireless service to the Hudson Valley LGBTQ community.
Angels in America @ The CENTER for Performing Arts
Performances through Sunday March 13th | Rhinebeck
Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play, this CENTERStage Production – directed by Marcus D. Gregio – brings the epic story of the 1980’s rise of the HIV/AIDS crisis to Rhinebeck’s CENTER for Performing Arts.
Queenston Homo Disco @ BSP
Thursday March 17th | Kingston
TOOT TOOT heyyyy…Get up and BOOGIE with us this month as we take you back to a time and a place with the sights and sounds of the 70’s and 80’s! Places like San Francisco and New York City when they were the beating heart of pre-mainstream queer culture.
The Meet Market: A Pop-Up Night Out [St. Patrick’s Day edition]
Saturday March 19th | Poughkeepsie
Big Gay Hudson Valley & Superior Sounds’ monthly pop-up night out is going green for St. Patrick’s Day. NYC’s Broadway Brassy – the “Golden Throat of Burlesque” – will be in the house with Top o’ the Morning Wood, her evening of live music and lucky charms featuring Broc Hempel on piano.
Drag Brunch @ The Gunk Haus
Sunday March 20th | Clintondale
Drag queens, draft beer and a hearty German breakfast – what more could you ask for? Get your tickets now for this fifth annual benefit for the Hudson Valley AIDS Walk.
And Coming This April…
Great jumping catfish! Someone has snatched Lady Dubois’ cherished family jewels! Never fear, stripper sleuths Nasty Drew and That Harder Boy are on the case. Watch as they hunt for clues, ward off menacing suspects and loosen up a few buttons of their own on their search to find the dastardly diamond deviant.