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Events in Grand River Rainbow Communities


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1989

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1989, January 6 * News article Gay Issues at WLU

An article published in the Imprint publicizes a colloquium at Wilfred Laurier University on January 11th presented by John Montague, Social Worker. Montague will discuss how psychiatry and the law have been poor advocates for gay people and how homophobia often prevents the helping professions from responding properly to their unique situations.
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.20, 1989, January 6, (Friday), "News," p. 6.]

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1989 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.21, 1989, January 13 (Friday), "Calendar," p.30.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, January 20 * UW Imprint Column: UW drafts AIDS policy

An article by Imprint staff member Mike Soro discusses UW's development of a new AIDS policy that will “guarantee the rights of people who have AIDS or who test positive for the HIV antibody to continue to work, teach or attend classes and participate in campus activities, where these activities do not pose a risk of transmission.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.22, 1989, January 20 (Friday), "News," p.13.]

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1989, January 20 * UW Imprint Column: Still too much prejudice

An article by Imprint staff member Daneal Charney discusses the colloquium at Wilfred Laurier University presented by John Montague, Social Worker on gay issues and the helping profession. Montague stated that it is difficult for a "straight person" to understand homosexuality, but this does not justify someone condemning it as wrong. As an example of myths and sterotypes being found everywhere, he gave the example of the recent temporary supsension of the U of T's Engineering paper Toike Oike for their Oct. 10, 1988 issue featuring sexist and homophobic material.
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.22, 1989, January 20 (Friday), "News," p.13.]

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1989 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.22, 1989, January 20 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 January (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.23, 1989, January 27 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.23, 1989, January 27 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 SATURDAY, February 4 * GLOW: Valentine's Gay Dance at the Cabaret

GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) presents the Valentine's Gay Dance at the Cabaret, corner of King and Queen Streets, Kitchener 9:00 pm. - 1:30 am. Cost: Members - $2, others - $4. Call XXX-XXXX for details.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.24, 1989, February 3 (Saturday February 4), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | events]

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1989 February (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.24, 1989, February 3 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.24, 1989, February 3 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, February 10 * UW Imprint Column: The Ugly Canadian

An article by Imprint staff member Lyn McGinnis discusses how the recent stand by the United Church on gay ordination has revealed a number of members of that denomination showing a conserative, reactionary view. One member in particular returned their copy of the United Church's newspaper called The Observer with the words "Dear Queer, cancel my subscription" written on the cover. McGinnis continued on, discussing the rising tide of racism and bigotry in Canada revealing an ugly side to Canadians.
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.25, 1989, February 10 (Friday), "Analysis," p.13.]

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1989 February (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.25, 1989, February 10 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursday from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.25, 1989, February 10 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 February 17 * ARTS: Torch Song Trilogy - burning with love

Leslie J. Peters (Imprint staff) reviews the 1988 film Torch Song Trilogy and speaks of its importance because it asks “for love and respect for all humans, gay or straight.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.26, 1989, February 17 (Friday), "Arts," p.18.]

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1989 February (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.26, 1989, February 17 (Friday), "Calendar," p.27.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.26, 1989, February 17 (Friday), "Calendar," p.27.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 February (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.27, 1989, February 24 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.27, 1989, February 24 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 March (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.28, 1989, March 3 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.28, 1989, March 3 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 March (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.29, 1989, March 10 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.29, 1989, March 10 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, March 17 * UW Imprint Column: Focus on Feminism - Why are women angry?

An article by Imprint staff member Michelle Blais who opened the article by stating that some men categorize all feminist as angry women, crazy bitches, frigid witches or Lesbians. These labels are classic insults that attempt to suppress a women's anger.
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.30, 1989, March 17 (Friday), "Forum," p.11.]

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1989 March (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.30, 1989, March 17 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.30, 1989, March 17 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 March (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.31, 1989, March 23 (Thursday), "Calendar," p.27.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.31, 1989, March 23 (Thursday), "Calendar," p.27.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, March 31 * UW Imprint column Fed fees to rise 70¢

An article by Imprint staff member Peter Brown provided an overview of the Federation of Students' Annual General Meeting on March 28th, 1989. Brown stated that during the meeting, they announced that The Public Issues Board gained a new AIDS Awareness Commission to promote education and awareness about the AIDS virus.
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.32, 1989, March 31, (Friday), "News," p. 1,3.]

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1989 March (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.32, 1989, March 31 (Friday), "Calendar," p.36.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.11, No.32, 1989, March 31 (Friday), "Calendar," p.36.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, May 5 * UW Imprint Column The Sexual Inquirer

This column is written by the Birth Control Centre (BCC) volunteers to answer questions about sex and reproduction. The article states that the BCC also offers information about AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, sexuality, birth control and pregnancy.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.1, 1989, May 5, (Friday), "Forum," p. 7.]

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1989 May (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.1, 1989, May 05 (Friday), "Calendar," p.15.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 May (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.1, 1989, May 05 (Friday), "Calendar," p.15.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 May 19 (Friday) * CLASSIFIED - PERSONALS - ACCKWA

ACCKWA, AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener/Waterloo and Area is a volunteer organization dedicated to providing education and support for individuals and their community about the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). We provide an information, referral and counselling hotline: XXX-XXXX, Monday to Friday, 10:00 am.- 5:00 pm., 7:00 pm. to 11:00 pm. If you would like more information - call us or drop in to our House at 886 Queens Blvd., Kitchener. Get the facts about AIDS!” [NOTE: This ad is repeated in many later issues of Imprint.]
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.2, 1989, May 19 (Friday), "CLASSIFIED - PERSONALS," p.23.]

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1989 May (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operate a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.2, 1989, May 19 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 May (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... The Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.2, 1989, May 19 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 June (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.3, 1989, June 2 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 June (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.3, 1989, June 2 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, June 16 * UW Imprint Column The Sexual Inquirer - Confidentiality of AIDS testing

This column is written by the volunteers of the Birth Control Centre (BCC) to answer questions about sex, AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, sexuality, birth control and pregnancy. The question posed by a student in this article reflects the fear of not only getting tested for AIDS, but also about whether people will find out it. The response goes into great detail, and the student is told how to achieve the greatest level of confidentiality possible - namely through the Waterloo Regional Health Unit.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.4, 1989, June 16, (Friday), "Forum," p.10.]

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1989 June (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.4, 1989, June 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 June (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at UW from 9:00 pm. until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.5, 1989, June 30 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 June (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.5, 1989, June 30 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 July 14 * UW Imprint Events: AIDS AWARENESS DAY

On page two of this issue is an ad indicating that The Federation of Students will present AIDS AWARENESS DAY on Thursday, July 20th. The activities includes an Information Booth, a presentation and discussion on Putting a face to AIDS, and an appearance by Captain Condom.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.6, 1989, July 14 (Friday), p.2.]

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1989 July 14 (Friday) * AIDS Awareness Day

Today is AIDS Awareness Day. There will be an information booth in the Campus Centre from 10-2 and a discussion/presentation (Putting a Face to AIDS) in CC 110 at 12:30 pm. Look for Captain Condom at Fed Hall tonight!” [This ad was inadvertently placed under July 14th instead of the actual day of July 20th.]
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.6, 1989, July 14 (Friday,July 14), "Calendar," p.23.]

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1989 July (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at University of Waterloo from 9:00 until 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.6, 1989, July 14 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 July (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips,and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.6, 1989, July 14 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, July 28 (Friday) * UW Imprint Column: The Captain says... Condoms: your best friend

An article by Imprint staff member Sarah Clarke gave an overview of UW's AIDS Awareness Day held on Thursday, July 20th, 1989. Clark described how Walter Wilson, of the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA) led a discussion on safe and enjoyable sex and showed a film called Changing the Rules which stresses that couples should modify their sexual activities.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.7, 1989, July 28 (Friday), "NEWS," p.3.]

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1989 July (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 until 11:00pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.7, 1989, July 28 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 July (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.7, 1989, July 28 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, September * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC) Began

The September 1989 issue was the inaugural one of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC) created for the rainbow community in Waterloo-Wellington. It was begun by two GLLOW members, Lisa Simkins and Karen Davidson. The PTCC eventually developed into a monthly newsletter, which included articles in addition to its initial listings of events, organizations, club and classified ads Some time in 1992, GLLOW took over responsibility for producing the PTCC. It was published by GLLOW, off and on, until January 1996.

The entry in the ArQuives (Canada's LGBTQ2+ Archives) indicates that this was a monthly publication, and gives the CLGA holdings as: 1989: Sep-Dec; 1990: Jan-Mar, May-Dec; 1991: Jan-Feb, Mar- Dec; 1992: Jan-Jun. [source: ArQuives Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives.]

This issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar had 4 unnumbered pages. It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - but rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was devoted to explaining the scope of the publication, indicating that the producers intended to develop it beyond its current form to include profiles of organizations, and other articles of interest. The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events. The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo; Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Grand River Free Spirit Community Church; The Womyn's Group; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Robin's Nest (Cambridge) and The Half and Half Club (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September issue.]
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1989, September 1 * UW Imprint Column: Lube rubs student wrong way

A letter written by Al Wadley, Coordinator for the Sexuality Resource Centre, showed his disappointment that lubricant was not included in this year's frosh kits that would have accompanied condoms in order to promote responsible behavior. Wadley stated that there were approximatel 25 students who objected including one student who thought it promoted homosexual behaviour and another thought it was sexist as it benefited homosexuals but not lesbians.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.8, 1989, September 1 (Friday), "Forum," p.5.]

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1989, September 1 * UW Imprint Column: ACCKWA gets grant, AIDS Committee of Cambridge KW and Area.

An article by Imprint staff members Renate Staedel and Fleur Macqueen discuss how ACCKWA plans to use some of its funding to help build an assisted housing project for HIV-infected people as well as training volunteers and assessing educational needs.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.8, 1989, September 1 (Friday), "News," p.7.]

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1989 September (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.8, 1989, September 1 (Friday), "Calendar," p.18.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 September (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.8, 1989, September 1 (Friday), "Calendar," p.18.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, September 5 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Movie Nite

Tuesday, September 5. Guelph Gay Equality holds a Movie Nite in University Centre Room 536 at the University of Guelph, starting at 8 pm. Call the Gayline, ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 6 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Wednesday, September 6. Nowhere to Hide, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 6 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

Wednesday, September 6. For Women, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 7 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Show: Radio Show

Thursday, September 7. The Leaping Lesbian Show, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 6-8 pm.” NOTE: The general annotation for this radio show is found on the top left-hand area of the centre pages; it reads: “Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 9 (Saturday) * WOODS: Hiking/camping

Saturday, September 9. WOODS hiking/camping at Elora Gorge. Meet at 10 am at the Desert Rose Café, 42 Mill Street West, Elora. Call Lisa (###-####) for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 12 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo

Tuesday, September 12. Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo meets at the Global Community Centre, 7.30-9.30 pm. Call ###-#### for the topic of discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 12 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Welcome Back Beverage and Cheese

Tuesday, September 12. Guelph Gay Equality holds a Welcome Back Beverage and Cheese evening in University Centre Room 536 at the University of Guelph, starting at 8 pm. Call the Gayline ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 13 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Wednesday, September 13. Nowhere to Hide, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 13 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

Wednesday, September 13 ... For Women on CKMS-FM 94.5, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 13 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, September 13 ... First GLLOW Coffeehouse of the new school year. Campus Centre Room 110, 9-11pm. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 14 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Show: Radio Show

Thursday, September 14. The Leaping Lesbian Show, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 6-8 pm.” NOTE: The general annotation for this radio show is found on the top left-hand area of the centre pages; it reads: “Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 14 (Thursday) * Womyn's Group: meeting

Thursday, September 14 ... The Womyn's Group holds it's first meeting of the new school year. Bring your self, your friends and any new ideas! 8.30-11 pm. in the Campus Centre Room 135.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989 Friday, September 15 * ACCKWA: Official Opening

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 ... ACCKWA, AIDS Committe of Cambridge, Kitchener/Waterloo and Area is hosting its official opening today and you are invited to celebrate with us! Opening Ceremonies are at the ACCKWA House, 886 Queen's Blvd in Kitchener, there will be a number of speakers and refreshments will be served. For more information call XXX-XXXX.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.8, 1989, September 1 (Friday) "Calendar," p.18.]

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1989, September 15 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Official Opening

Friday, September 15. ACCKWA, the Aids Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area, hosts a full day of activities to celebrate its official opening.

Starting at 12.15 pm. there will be a fundraising luncheon at the Uptown Café. Speakers include: Dr. Richard Shabas, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Province of Ontario, a representative of the Aids Committee of Toronto, and Cheryl Opolko, chairperson of ACCKWA's Board of Directors. Tickets are available only in advance from ACCKWA at ###-####. Tickets are $20, and an $8 income tax receipt will be available.

At 2.30 pm, you can go to the Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at ACCKWA-House, 886 Queen's Blvd., Kitchener. Refreshments will be served, and the House will be open to all.

To close off the festivities, ACCKWA host a Community Dace and Buffet at the Robin's Nest backstage. Tickets are $5 in advance, $7 at the door. Call ACCKWA for directions and ticket information.”

[NOTE: The above annotation is given verbatim, including spelling and grammatical errors.]
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]


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1989, September 15 * UW Imprint Column: Sex in Imprint

A letter written by Michael Salovaara discusses the students who were criticizing the large number of articles on the topic of sexuality that were published in the last edition of the Imprint. Salovaara stated that avoiding issues dealing with safe sexual practices is not responsible journalism because students are sexually active and that some heterosexuals and homosexuals are practicing unsafe sex.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.9, 1989, September 15 (Friday), "Comment," p.6.]

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1989 September (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.9, 1989, September 15 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 September (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.9, 1989, September 15 (Friday), "Calendar," p.19.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, September 16 (Saturday) * The K-W Community Women's Centre: Benefit Pig and Corn Roast

Saturday, September 16. The K-W Community Women's Centre holds a Benefit Pig and Corn Roast at 3 pm. ### Westhill Drive, Waterloo. Cost is $15 for adults, $5 for children under 12. The event features live music, a magician, clowns, balloons, raffle and cash bar. Bring your own lawn chair, rain or shine. For information and tickets, call Mary Joy (###-####). All proceeds benefit the Centre.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 19 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Coming Out Night

Tuesday, September 19. Tonight is Coming Out Night with Guelph Gay Equality. Come out (!) for a stimulating discussion with GGE, 8 pm, University Centre Room 536 at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 20 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Wednesday, September 20. Nowhere to Hide, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 20 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

Wednesday, September 20 ... For Women on CKMS-FM 94.5, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 20 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, September 20 ... GLLOW Coffeehouse in CC110, 9-11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar,, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 21 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Show: Radio Show

Thursday, September 21. The Leaping Lesbian Show, on CKMS-FM 94.5, 6-8 pm. This is Karen's debut as a Leaping Lesbian DJ, so be listening!” NOTE: The general annotation for this radio show is found on the top left-hand area of the centre pages; it reads: “Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 21 (Thursday) * Womyn's Group: TAKE BACK THE NIGHT!

Thursday, September 21. The Womyn's Group will be cancelled tonight to let womyn participate in the Take Back the Night march.

TAKE BACK THE NIGHT! in Kitchener-Waterloo. Women reclaim the night in this annual march protesting violence against women. Let's celebrate our strength as women. Meeting time and place not finalized at time of printing . Call the Women's Issues Board at the Federation of Students (###-####), or the Women's Centre (###-####) for more details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 22 * UW Imprint Column: The lessons of Sodom

A letter written by Peter Ventresca compared the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah to the parades of perverse, immoral men and women demanding that the government and society recognize and accept their deplorable gay and lesbian behaviour. Ventresca believes that, according to scripture, these centres that harbour licentious and base-minded people will be destroyed.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.10, 1989, September 22 (Friday), "Forum," p.8.]

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1989 September (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.10, 1989, September 22 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 September (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.10, 1989, September 22 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, September 23 (Saturday) * Womyn's Group: Dance cancelled

Saturday, September 23. The Womyn's Group is sorry to announce that the dance planned for tonight is cancelled due to location problems. Watch this publication for the next dance when we know where and when it will be. If you know of any space that can hold 150-200 celebrating womyn, please call Karen or Tracey at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 24 (Sunday) * WOODS: Hiking

Sunday, September 24. WOODS goes hiking on the Bruce Trail. Call Lisa (###-####) for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 26 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: meeting

Tuesday, September 26. Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo meets at Global Community Centre, 7.30-9.30 pm. Call ###-#### for the current topic of discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 27 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday, September 27 ... GLLOW Coffeehouse in CC110, 9-11pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 28 (Thursday) * Womyn's Group and WOODS: Meet at the movies

Thursday, September 28. The Womyn's Group and WOODS meet at the movies. Meet at 6.45 pm in the lobby of King's College Cinema to decide what to watch, then go out for dessert and coffee after the movie. Call Lisa (###-####) for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 29 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Dance

Friday, September 29. Guelph Gay Equality holds a dance the last Friday of every month. Tonight is the night! Join GGE at 661 Silvercreek St., just off Woodlawn in Guelph. Call the Gayline ###-#### for directions.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 29 * UW Imprint Column: Barriers will fall

A letter written by Geoff Gibson, in response to the letter by Peter Ventresca, addressed those like Ventresca who are ready to condemn the gay and lesbian community. Gibson speaks about his work with GLLOW (Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo) to support those gays and lesbians who have not yet found pride in who they are. He emphasizes the importance of gay and lesbian pride.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.11, 1989, September 29 (Friday), "Forum," p.10.]

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1989, September 29 * UW Imprint Column: Invitation to Peter V. - Keeping an open mind

A letter written by Timothy S. Reaburn, in response to the letter by Peter Ventresca, addressed those like Ventresca who are ready to condemn the gay and lesbian community, to first educate themselves and says that gay and lesbian pride comes from a desire for tolerance that has long been denied.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.11, 1989, September 29 (Friday), "Forum," p.11.]

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1989, September 29 * UW Imprint Column: Red necks of the world unite! Right on Peter! Go Petey Go!

A satirical letter written by Terry Gambarotto, in response to the letter by Peter Ventresca, suggested that Christ was too wimpy with His message of love thy neighbour and that together they should grab some baseball bats and go and kick some faggot butt and start doing God's work here on earth.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.11, 1989, September 29 (Friday), "Forum," p.11.]

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1989 September (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.11, 1989, September 29 (Friday), "Calendar," p.43.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 September (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAYS ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.11, 1989, September 29 (Friday), "Calendar," p.43.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, September 30 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Dance

Saturday, September 30. GLLOW is having a dance, but as of printing, they don't know where it will be. Call ###-#### for details and directions.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, September, centre pages.]

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1989, September 30 (Saturday) * GLOW: Dance

Saturday, September 30. GLLOW hosts the ‘I don't think we're at the Cabaret anymore, Toto’ Dance. Hagey Hall Grad Lounge, Rooms 373 & 378, University of Waterloo, 9 pm, $4 or $2 for GLLOW members. Cash bar.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, September 30 (Saturday) - October 1 (Sunday) * ACCKWA: Volunteer Training Weekend

Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1. ACCKWA volunteer training weekend. Contact the ACCKWA office, ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

The October 1989 issue was the second one of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar had 4 unnumbered pages. It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - but rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed You Can Talk to ACCKWA, and profiled ACCKWA (AIDS Committee of Cambridge Kitchener Waterloo and Area). The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo; Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Grand River Free Spirit Community Church; The Womyn's Group; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Robin's Nest (Cambridge) and The Half and Half Club (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October issue.]
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1989, October 1 (Sunday) * Women Out Of Doors: First Anniversary Hike

Sunday, October 1. WOODS first anniversary hike. Meet behind ‘the Mill’ in St. Jacob's, 1 pm. Short hike followed by a meal at the Stone Crock.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 1 (Sunday) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Service

Sunday, October 1 ... Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday services start again at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 3 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Video Night

Tuesday, October 3. Guelph Gay Equality Video night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 4 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 4 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

For Women, a program of music, news and events of interest to women can be heard on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, Wednesdays, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 4 (Wednesday) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW), holds a coffeehouse every Wednesday in Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo from 9-11 pm. Come out and meet other gays and lesbians in a comfortable and friendly environment! ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 5 (Thursday) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 5 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 5 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

The Womyn's Group meets every Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 5 (Thursday) * Oktoberfest: “No More Miss Oktoberfest” Protest

Thursday, October 5. The ‘No More Miss Oktoberfest’ protest meets at the entrance to Hagey Hall, 6.30 pm. Bring your chants, signs & songs as we celebrate the removal of the pageant from campus.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 5 (Thursday) * Oktoberfest: “No More Miss Oktoberfest” Coffeehouse

Thursday, October 5 ... The ‘No More Miss Oktoberfest’ coffeehouse, 8 pm, Arts Undergraduate Coffee Shop, Hagey Hall Room 280, U of W. Free admission, cash bar, food and live entertainment. Join us for the last time!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 6 * UW Imprint Column: Gay bashing letter trash

A letter written by C.S. Kreider, in response to the letter by Terry Gambarotto, suggests his thinly veiled satirical expression is in fact trash and that the Imprint staff should draw the line at publishing material that propogates violence towards another human being.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.12, 1989, October 6 (Friday), "Forum," p.12.]

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1989 October (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.12, 1989, October 6 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 October (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.12, 1989, October 6 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, October 7 (Saturday) * Robin's Nest: Oktoberfest Dance

Saturday, October 7. Oktoberfest dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 8 (Sunday) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Service

Sunday, October 8. Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 10 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of K-W: Meeting

Tuesday, October 10. Gay and Lesbian Youth of K-W meets at Global Community Centre, 7.30 - 9 pm. Call ###-#### for topic of discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 10 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social

Tuesday, October 10 ... Guelph Gay Equality ‘Social.’”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 11 (Wednessday) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12.30 and 5.15 pm (this month Oct. 11 & 25, next month Nov. 1, 15 & 29). CFRU-FM 93.3. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 11 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 11 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

For Women, a program of music, news and events of interest to women can be heard on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, Wednesdays, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 11 (Wednesday) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW), holds a coffeehouse every Wednesday in Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo from 9-11 pm. Come out and meet other gays and lesbians in a comfortable and friendly environment! ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 12 (Thursday) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 12 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 12 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

The Womyn's Group meets every Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 13 (Friday) * Robin's Nest: Cards, Darts and Beer Evening

Friday, October 13. Cards, Darts and Beer evening. Help form a dart league, or get a poker or euchre party together. Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 13 (Friday) * Women Out Of Doors: Star Trek Movie Night

Friday, October 13 ... WOODS Star Trek Movie Night. Join the old and the new generations! 7.30 pm, call Lisa for details (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 15 (Sunday) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Service

Sunday, October 15. Grand River Free Spirit Community Church service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 16 (Monday) * Women Out Of Doors: Billiards and Bowling Night

Monday, October 16. WOODS billiards and bowling night, 7 pm. Call Deb ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 16 (Monday) * ACCKWA: AIDS Awareness Week: Planting Tree of Hope

Monday, October 16 ... Planting Tree of Hope for AIDS awareness week. Call ACCKWA, ###-####, for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 16 (Monday) - October 21 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: AIDS Awareness Week

Monday, October 16 to Saturday, October 21. AIDS Awareness Week in Ontario. Call ACCKWA, ###-####, for details about events in the area.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 17 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Educational Discussion

Tuesday, October 17. Guelph Gay Equality educational discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 18 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 18 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

For Women, a program of music, news and events of interest to women can be heard on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, Wednesdays, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 18 (Wednesday) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW), holds a coffeehouse every Wednesday in Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo from 9-11 pm. Come out and meet other gays and lesbians in a comfortable and friendly environment! ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 19 (Thursday) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 19 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 19 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

The Womyn's Group meets every Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 19 (Thursday) * ACCKWA: AIDS Awareness Week: Candlelight March and Vigil

Thursday, October 19. Candlelight March and Vigil for AIDS Awareness Week. ACCKW [sic] ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 20 (Friday) * Pink Triangle Community Calendar: Submission Deadline

Friday, October 20. Deadline for submissions to the Pink Triangle Community Calendar, November issue.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 20 * UW Imprint Column: To Your Health - Sex attack!

The article mentions the recent AIDS Awareness Week in Ontario and the author states that they too are tired of the AIDS scare and that, for most university students, AIDS is a sexually transmitted disease. The author dislikes the focus on some of these awareness weeks as they ignore other STDs.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.14, 1989, October 20 (Friday), "Forum," p.7.]

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1989 October (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.14, 1989, October 20 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 October (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.14, 1989, October 20 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, October 21 (Saturday) * Women Out Of Doors: Dinner and Dancing

Saturday, October 21. WOODS dinner and dancing. Call Lisa, ###-####, for reservations and info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 24 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Pumpkin Carving

Tuesday, October 24. Guelph Gay Equality pumpkin carving.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 25 (Wednessday) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesdays at 12.30 and 5.15 pm (this month Oct. 11 & 25, next month Nov. 1, 15 & 29). CFRU-FM 93.3. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 25 (Wednesday) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 25 (Wednesday) * For Women: Radio Show

For Women, a program of music, news and events of interest to women can be heard on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, Wednesdays, 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 25 (Wednesday) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW), holds a coffeehouse every Wednesday in Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo from 9-11 pm. Come out and meet other gays and lesbians in a comfortable and friendly environment! ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 26 (Thursday) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 26 (Thursday) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 26 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

The Womyn's Group meets every Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 27 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Halloween Dance

Friday, October 27. Guelph Gay Equality Halloween Dance. United Electrical Workers Hall (‘Schoolhouse’), 611 Silvercreek Pkwy N, Guelph, 9pm-1am, $4 non-members, free admission for costumes.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989 October (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.15, 1989, October 27 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 October (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.15, 1989, October 27 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, October 28 (Saturday) * Robin's Nest: Halloween Dance

Saturday, October 28. Halloween Dance at the Robin's Nest. Tickets in advance only. Call ###-#### or Annie at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 29 (Sunday) * Women Out Of Doors: Bruce Trail Hike

Sunday, October 29. WOODS Bruce Trail hike. Car pool meets at 10 am. Call Lisa ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 29 (Sunday) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Service

Sunday, October 29 ... Grand River Free Spirit Community Church service, Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 31 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of K-W: Meeting

Tuesday, October 31. Gay and Lesbian Youth of K-W meets at Global Community Centre, 7.30-9 pm. Call ###-#### for topic of discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, October 31 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social

Tuesday, October 31 ... Guelph Gay Equality social — Halloween dress optional.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, November * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert (subscription form). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with a one-sheet insert sized 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

Our copy has several holes punched in it, resulting in the loss of a small amount of text — on the first page, the last sentence evidently reads “We'll see you there.” and on the back page, the WANTED notice likely reads “WANTED Gay Pride Day Buttons. Call Lisa...”

The front page of this issue was headed Womyn Coming Together — Once Again. This opening article indicated that the “Women's Social Dicussion Group” began in 1988, February and eventually became “The Womyn's Group”, which went on to host “some of the largest women's events this community has ever experienceed.” The article then refers to the fact that the scope was broadened from lesbians to all women, and that, since its inception, it has organized movie nights and dances. The article concludes by referring to the special dance that they have organized called Womyn Coming Together to be held at the Robin's Nest on November 3. [NOTE: This article also indicates that one of the local clubs, the Cabaret was now closed.]

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology).

The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo; Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Grand River Free Spirit Community Church; The Womyn's Group; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Robin's Nest (Cambridge) and The Half and Half Club (Kitchener). The back page also included a large ad for the November 11 (Saturday) Dance. with the following description: “Too late for Hallowe'en And not quite Christmas... Guess it's time for a GLLOW DANCE Saturday, November 11, 1989 Hagey Hall Rooms 373-378 9pm - 1am”

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November issue.]
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1989, November 3 (Friday) * Womyn's Group: Dance: “Womyn Coming Together”

Friday, November 3. The Womyn's Group hosts a dance, ‘Womyn Coming Together,’ a benefit for the K-W Community Women's Centre, PTCC and the Leaping Lesbian Radio Show. The Robin's Nest, 9 pm. The DJs promise ‘no polkas’ — this is not just another night at the Robin's Nest!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, October, centre pages.]

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1989, November 3 (Friday) * Womyn's Group: Dance: “Womyn Coming Together”

Friday November 3. The Womyn's Group hosts a dance, ‘Womyn Coming Together,’ a benefit for the Womyn's Group, the For Women and Leaping Lesbian radio shows and the Pink Triangle Community Calendar. Tickets are $4 and include a free raffle ticket. At the Robin's Nest, 9 pm. Call ###-#### for directions. The DJs promise ‘No Polkas’ — this is not just another night at the Robin's Nest!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989 November (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.16, 1989, November 3 (Friday), "Calendar," p.34.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 November (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.16, 1989, November 3 (Friday), "Calendar," p.34.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, November 4 (Friday) * The Robin's Nest: Teran Blake & Co.

Friday November 4. The Robin's Nest hosts Teran Blake & Co., a drag show from London. 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 5 (Sunday) * WOODS: Hiking

Sunday November 5. Spelunking and hiking on the Bruce Trail. Explore caves with hardy WOODs women. Car pool meets at 10 am in Kitchener. Don't forget your flashlight. Call Lisa ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 7 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Movie Nite

Tuesday November 7. Guelph Gay Equlity Movie Nite.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 9 (Thursday) * Womyn's Group: Lesbian and Gay Pride Day

Thursday November 9. The Womyn's Group will be showing slides of Lesbian and Gay Pride Day, June 89, and discussing lesbian (in)visibility. Campus Centre Rem 135, 830 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989 November (Wednesdays) * GLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.17, 1989, November 10 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 November (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.17, 1989, November 10 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, November 11 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Lesbian and Fall Dance

Saturday November 11. GLLOW, Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo Fall Dance. 9pm-1am, Hagey Hall, Rooms 373-378 at the University of Waterloo. Tickets at the door, $2 members, $4 non-members. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 12 (Sunday) * ACCKWA: Membership Brunch

Sunday November 12. ACCKWA hosts a membership brunch. New members are always welcome. RSVP by calling ###-####. Starts at 11 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 14 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Evening

Tuesday November 14. Guelph Gay Equality holds a social evening.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 14 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Meeting

Tuesday November 14 ... Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo meet at the Global Community Centre, 88-91 KingSt N, 7.30-9 pm. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989 November (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.” [NOTE: The ad gives the acronym correctly as GLLOW, but not the correct full name, Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo.]
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.18, 1989, November 17 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 November (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.18, 1989, November 17 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, November 17 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Benefit Dance

Friday November 17. ACCKWA holds a benefit dance at the Robin's Nest. Doors open 8 pm. Tickets are $5 at the door. Admission includes a tasty buffet.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 17 (Friday) * WOODs: Games Night

Friday November 17 ... WOODS Games Night. Bring your own munchies and join WOODs for fun and games in Cambridge. Call Deb at ###-#### for more details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 21 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Discussion Night

Tuesday November 21. Guelph Gay Equality holds a discussion night with visitors from PFLAG, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 22 (Wednesday) * WOODs: Volleyball

Wednesday November 22. WOODs plays volleyball at 7.45 pm. Call Lisa or Deb at ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989 November (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.19, 1989, November 24 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 November (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.19, 1989, November 24 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989, November 24 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: November dance

Friday November 24. Guelph Gay Equality November dance. United Electrical Workers' Hall ("Schoolhouse"), 611 Silvercreek Pkwy N, Guelph. 9pm-1am, $4 non-members.” NOTE: Our archival copy contains the following vertical hand-printed annotation beside this entry: “WRONG! POLISH HALL”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 25-26 (Saturday-Sunday) * ACCKWA: Ontario AIDS Network Conference

Sat/Sun November 25-26. ACCKWA sponsors the Ontario AIDS Network Conference at Conestoga College, Waterloo Campus. All sessions are open to the public and billets are needed for out-of-town delegates. Please call ACCKWA for building and room number, or to offer billeting. ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 28 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Bowling

Tuesday November 28. Guelph Gay Equality goes bowling! Town and Country Bowlerama, 3 Victoria St N, Guelph at 8 pm. Call David S., ###-#### for more info or a ride.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, November 28 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener: Meeting

Tuesday November 28. Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo meet at the Global Community Centre, 89-91 KingSt N, 7.30-9pm. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, December * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar had 4 unnumbered pages. It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5"). The front and back pages had a format size of 21.6 cm x 14.0 cm (8.5" x 5.5") to be read in portrait orientation. The two central pages were a centre-fold of 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") to be read in portrait orientation - but rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed Expressions of Individuality, and profiled Surrender Dorothy, a local Waterloo store selling women's and men's vintage clothing and accessories. It is a woman-owned amd woman-operated small business that “supports an alternative culture that encourages creative and diverse expressions of individuality .”

The centre-fold was entitled Calendar of Events (which are listed in this Chronology). The back page listed local organizations and clubs; it concluded with some classified ads. The following organizations were listed on the back page: AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA); AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County; Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW); Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo; Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Grand River Free Spirit Community Church; The Womyn's Group; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Robin's Nest (Cambridge) and The Half and Half Club (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December issue.]

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1989, November 30 (Thursday) * The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: A Death in the Family

Thursday November 30. The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County hosts the film A Death in the Family about a PWA in his final days. Two showings at 7 pm and 8.15 pm at the Bookshelf Cinema, 41 Quebec St, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989 December (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre at the University of Waterloo from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. All are welcome. Call XXX-XXXX for more information.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.20, 1989, December 1 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1989 December (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 (usually) at 8:30 pm. Come out and enjoy movie nights, educational evenings, dances, road trips, and casual discussions. For weekly events call XXX-XXXX or listen to 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.20, 1989, December 1 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1989 December (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989 December (Wednesdays) * we are everywhere: Radio Show

we are everywhere, a fifteen minute program on issues concerning lesbians and gay men airs Wednesday at 12.30 and 5.15 pm (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989 December (Wednesdays) * Nowhere to Hide: Radio Show

Nowhere to Hide, a gay radio show, airs every Wednesday on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, from 6-7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989 December (Wednesdays) * For Women: Radio Show

For Women, a program of music, news and events of interest to women can be heard on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable, Wednesdays 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989 December (Thursdays) * Feminist Frequency: Radio Show

Feminist Frequency is a program dealing with issues of importance to womyn. Thursdays, 5.30-6 pm, CFRU-FM, 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989 December (Thursdays) * The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show

The Leaping Lesbian Radio Show airs Thursdays 6-8 pm also on CKMS-FM, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. Music for womyn, by womyn and about womyn.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 1 (Friday) * The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington: World AIDS Day

Friday December 1: World AIDS Day. The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington invites everyone to their Open House between 2 and 5 pm at the new offices in the Medical Health Building next door to the Guelph General Hospital (202-73 Delhi St). Ribbon-cutting at 2 pm, followed by guest speakers. Refreshments served.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 1 (Friday) * ACCKWA: WORLDS AIDS DAY

Friday December 1. WORLDS AIDS DAY. ACCKWA host a multicultural luncheon. Come out and gain more information on AIDS in developing countries and ACCKWA's African twin! Cost and location to be announced. Call ACCKWA , ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989 December 1 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Luncheon

Friday, December 1: World AIDS Day ... AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area (ACCKWA) is co-sponsoring a luncheon with the Multicultural Centre at Rink in the Park on Seagram Drive in Waterloo. Food is being donated from 17 area restaurants. Costs $7. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 2 (Saturday) * WOODs: Skating

Saturday December 2. WOODs goes skating at Columbia Icefields, 1-3pm (betcha we'll eat afterwards). Call Lisa for directions ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, November, centre pages.]

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1989, December 2 (Saturday) * Women out of Doors in K-W: Ice skating

Saturday December 2. Women out of Doors in K-W gets together for ice-skating at the Columbia Icefield, 1pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 5 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality (GGE): Movie Nite

Tuesday December 5. Guelph Gay Equality (GGE) hosts a movie nite featuring the The Wizard of Oz 50 Anniversary edition.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 6 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday December 6. GLLOW holds their last coffeehouse of the term.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 7 (Thursday) * ACCKWA: Christmas Open House

Thursday December 7. ACCKWA has a Christmas Open House. Drop by for a cup of Christmas cheer! 7-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 8 (Friday) * WOODs: Second Annual Christmas Dinner

Friday December 8. WOODs in K-W, Second Annual Christmas Dinner, Robin's Nest, 7 pm. Full course turkey dinner $17, or vegetarian lasagna $15 (non-members $2 extra) plus a fun gift exchange. Reserve your place at the table with Lisa ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 12 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: We Are Family campaign

Tuesday December 12. Karen Andrews, centre of the We Are Family campaign for spousal benefits is tentatively scheduled to speak at the Guelph Gay Equality meeting. Call ###-#### to confirm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 12 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Meeting

Tuesday December 12 ... Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo meet at the Global Community Centre, 89-91 King St N, 7.30-9 pm. Call ###-#### for topic of discussion.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 14 (Thursday) * Womyn's Group: Meeting

Thursday December 14. Womyn's Group holds their last meeting of the term. Join us for hot apple cider and Christmas cookies and candies by the fireplace. 8.30 pm, University of Waterloo Campus Centre Room 135.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 14 (Thursday) * The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Volunteer Social

Thursday December 14 ... The AIDs Committee of Guelph and Wellington County puts on a volunteer social Just Desserts. New Volunteers are always welcome. Call ###-#### for information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 15 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Potluck Dinner and Dance

Friday December 15. Guelph Gay Equality hosts a Potluck Dinner and Dance. Your $3 ticket to dinner gives you free admission to the dance. Call Reggie at ###-#### for details and tickets.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 17 (Sunday) * WOODs in KW: Hiking

Sunday December 17. WOODs in KW hikes around Floradale. Carpool meets at 1 pm in Kitchener for a 25-minute drive to the Conservation area. Call Lisa ###-#### for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 19 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Night

Tuesday December 19. Guelph Gay Equality Social Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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1989, December 31 (Sunday) * Robin's Nest: New Year's Eve Dance and Buffet

Sunday December 31. New Year's Eve Dance and Buffet at the Robin's Nest, 8 pm - 2 am. Tickets to be sold in advance only, available Saturday nights at the club.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1989, December, centre pages.]

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