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Friday, June 26, 2015

Where's the party?

Posted By on Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 3:46 PM

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In Little Rock:

5 p.m. Stickyz Rock'n'roll Chicken Shack: All the groups above, plus others, are gathering. Here's the Facebook invite.

5:30 p.m. Lost Forty. The Stonewall Democratic Caucus of Arkansas hosts. 

What else is going on in Central Arkansas and around the state? Let us know in the comments.


In Fayetteville:

5 p.m. Washington County Courthouse. The Northwest Arkansas Center for Equality hosts a rally. If it rains, it will be held at EJ Ball and Fresco Cafe at 112 West Center St. 

The rally will be followed by the Pride Pub Crawl beginning at Jose's at 6 p.m. (324 W Dickson St.), then go to club C4 (509 West Spring Street #250) for a drag show at 10 p.m. starring Taylor Madison Monroe; Karmin LaChappelle; Lady Kakes; the reigning Miss Gay Arkansas America, Ambrosia Bordeaux; and Tulsa LGBT rap sensation $erious $tanley.

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