NQH March Events
Lots of opportunities to connect this month!
Join Nashville Queer History at one of these upcoming events in March! Also, look out for rallies happening on 3/31, Transgender Day of Visibility and 4/1, the first day the drag ban goes into place in Tennessee. To keep up to date on anti-LGBTQ bills and protests, follow these organizations on social media: Tennessee Equality Project, Inclusion Tennessee, Human Rights Campaign Nashville, Nashville Pride and the Tennessee Pride Chamber.
Thursday, March 23, NQH Monthly Meeting
NQH founder/director Sarah Calise will present on her research in a “Nashville Queer History 101” lecture.
While Sarah presents, we will also be making protests signs for upcoming marches and rallies.
Free and open to the public. Drinks and food provided.
LOCATION KEPT SECRET FOR SAFETY REASONS. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on Instagram @NashvilleQueerHistory for the meeting’s address.
Saturday, March 25, Seminar on Drag History
Join Sarah at The Belcourt Theatre at 12pm next Saturday for her seminar, “Nashville’s Great Pretenders,” where she will discuss drag history in Nashville and the larger United States.
Then stay for the 1pm showing of SOME LIKE IT HOT at 1pm.
Tickets required for both the seminar and the movie: PURCHASE TICKETS.
Thursday, March 30, LGBTQ History Driving Tour Launch Party
The year-long grant project with Nashville Sites is finally coming to a close, and we are celebrating the launch of Nashville’s FIRST ever LGBTQ History Driving Tour!
The two hour event will take place from 6-8pm on 3/30 at the Education Room in Thistle Farms, 5122 Charlotte Pike, Nashville, TN 37209. Seating is limited and we are currently at capacity, but you can get on a waitlist here: Eventbrite RSVP.
The event is brought to you by Nashville Sites, Nashville Queer History and Inclusion Tennessee.