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THE FIVE: HRC

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THE FIVE

While we are waiting for the warm weather to come....someday....check out these hot events instead!

THE FIVE: It's all about Dating!

The weather is nice and we are all about dating! Need a date? We have you covered! Including Lesbian speed dating, a discussion on dating apps, and some great parties to meet a new date!

THE FIVE: Surviving the Cold!

Okay we all survived the day it was 8 degrees, but we have some HOT events to get you back in the spirit! Don't miss these!
Mar 7, 2019


Philadelphia -


The HRC Gala is this weekend, a time to don the tuxedo for a good cause. And for those that want a little more fun, check out the HRC After Party hosted by BOS PHILLY for a hot night of tuxes and harnesses. And check out ALL the events on the Calendar.



Drag Wars: Totally Awesome 80s Night
Friday, March 8
8:00pm
Voyeur Nightclub
DRAG WARS: TOTALLY AWESOME 80s night MARCH 8th NEW TIME Doors 8pm Show 9pm LETS GO BACK... TO THE FUTURE





2019 HRC Greater Philadelphia Gala
Saturday, March 9
5:00pm
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Members and allies of the LGBTQ community will come together for a night in the spirit of full equality. 2020 is just around the corner





HRC - After Dark
Saturday, March 9
10:00pm
Concourse Bar
March 9th is their annual black tie gala and BOS is hosting their Official After Party. We will be hosting the FIRST OFFICIAL party held in an exclusive VIP space at the Concourse Dance Bar. Mixing Tuxedos with jock straps for a night of great music with an amazing crowd... and all for a good cause!





SWAY: Philly's biggest, queerest, monthly party
Saturday, March 9
10:00pm
Tabu Lounge & Sports Bar
Philly's biggest, queerest monthly parties are BACK! Get ready to SWAY





Queer Life in the 1970s and 1980s
Saturday, March 9
2:00pm
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Peter Barberie (Brodsky Curator of Photography), Chris Bartlett (William Way LGBT Community Center Executive Director), Amber Hikes (Executive Director, LGBT Affairs at City of Philadelphia Government), and community leaders Tyrone Smith and David Acosta, discuss the early years of the AIDS crisis in Philadelphia as photographed by David Lebe.





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