Charles L. Ross

This Week at Stonewall

Filed By Charles L. Ross | May 19, 2009 3:40 PM | comments

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This week at Stonewall Library & Archives

Thursday, May 21
SNAP Social Network of Active Professionals
This month, the gathering will be at Rosie's, 2449 Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors.
$10 suggested donation.
Call or email Chad for more info and to make reservation.
[email protected]


Friday, May 22
Out Girls Movie Night
Tonight's movie is When Night Is Falling. A prim, tight-laced lady falls for a free spirited woman. I have a hunch more than the night is going to fall.
7:00pm at Stonewall Library & Archives
1300 E Sunrise Blvd
Fort Lauderdale


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Hey Chuck,

I went to both of the (FREE!) movies at the Stonewall Library last week. I especially liked "Boystown".
The room is quite comfy and the sound and video are fine.
I'm so happy to have found out about this. Please keep us up to speed about everything going on at the Library.
Here's the link to the library for those interested: Is there a link to your library publication, Archeion? I don't see one on the print copy, or is it accessed at the library site?

Thanks again for joining the team!

Jesse Monteagudo | May 20, 2009 10:27 AM

The Stonewall Library & Archives is one of our community's finest institutions, and it is good to know that Bilerico agrees. In the future, you might want to list some of SLA's recent acquisitions, along with its current events and achievements.

The other day when I was there, they were cataloguing an outrageous collection of erotic gay garden gnomes! It's an amazing place.