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1990

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1990, January * 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 Sexual Assault is a Crime not a Shame, and was devoted to the recently established Sexual Assault Support Centre. The article described the services of the Centre, and indicated that its crisis line had opened on 1989, October 5, and was staffed 24 hours a day.”

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, 1990, January issue.]

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1990 January (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 January (Wednesdays) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo: 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, 1990, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

The Womyn's Group meets every Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo. Note: First meeting of winter term January 11.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 January (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 January (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 January (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, 1990, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 January (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, 1990, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 January (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, 1990, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 January (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, 1990, January, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 January (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, and tune into CKMS-FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm. for the program "Nowhere to Hide".”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.21, 1990, January 5 (Friday), "Calendar," p.27.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 January (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.21, 1990, January 5 (Friday), "Calendar," p.27.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, January 3 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday January 3. GLLOW Coffeehouse, GLLOW 101, an introduction/information night: find out what GLLOW is and does. Talk to real live gay, lesbian and bisexual people! Coffee and donuts available.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 7 (Sunday) * WOODs in K-W: Outdoor Skating

Sunday January 7. WOODs in K-W outdoor skating. Meet behind the Mill in St. Jacob's at 1 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 10 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday January 10. GLLOW Coffeehouse "Social Night." Get reacquainted with old friends and make some new ones.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990 January (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide" on CKMS 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.22, 1990, January 12 (Friday), "Calendar," p.30.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.22, 1990, January 12 (Friday), "Calendar," p.30.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, January 13 (Saturday) * The Guelph International Women's Day Committee: Womyn's Dance

Saturday January 13. The Guelph International Women's Day Committee is holding a fundraising Womyn's Dance at The Loft 1 Carden Street, Guelph, 8.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 14 (Sunday) * WOODs in K-W: Goes to church

Sunday January 4. WOODs in K-W goes to church — The Grand River Free Spirit Community Church at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 16 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County Informational Meeting

Tuesday January 16. Guelph Gay Equality hosts the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County for an informational meeting. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 17 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday January 17. GLLOW Coffeehouse: Women's Issues. Join us for an evening dedicated tot eh discussion of issues that are of particular interest to women. Men are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 18 (Thursday) * The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Annual General Meeting

Thursday January 18. The AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County holds their Annual General Meeting at the Victor Davis Recreational Centre on Victoria Road in Guelph. 7.30 pm. All interested citizens welcome. Call for directions.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 19 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Benefit Dance

Friday January 19. ACCKWA Benefit Dance 8pm-1am, Backstage at the Robin's Nest. Tickets at the door. $5 includes buffet.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990 January (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide" on CKMS 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.23, 1990, January 19 (Friday), "Calendar," p.39.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.23, 1990, January 19 (Friday), "Calendar," p.39.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, January 20/21 (Saturday/Sunday) * ACCKWA: Volunteer Orientation Session

Saturday/Sunday January 20/21. ACCKWA Volunteer Orientation Session. St. Mary's Hospital, 9am-4pm both days. Lunches included. Call Michael at ACCKWA ###-#### to confim attendance.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 21 (Sunday) * WOODs in K-W: Tobogganing

Sunday January 21. WOODS in K-W goes tobogganing. Carpool meets at Frederick Street Mall, 1 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 23 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Meeting

Tuesday January 23. Guelph Gay Equality meeting: Cr. Gary Gibson will be talking about general medical concerns.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 24 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Games Night

Wednesday January 24. GLLOW Games Night. Join us for an evening of fun and games.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 26 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Dance

Friday January 26. Guelph Gay Equality Dance. Polish Hall, 5 Empire Street, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990 January (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide" on CKMS 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.24, 1990, January 26 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 January (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.24, 1990, January 26 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, January 29 (Monday) * WOODs in K-W: Bowling/Billiards Night

Monday January 29. WOODs in K-W Bowling/Billiards Night at Twin City Bowl, Waterloo Square, 7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 30 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Games Night

Tuesday January 30. Guelph Gay Equality Games Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, January 31 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday January 31. GLLOW Coffeehouse: Lesbian and Gay History. Come out and learn the history of the lesbian and gay community and the lesbian and gay rights movement.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, February * 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 WOODS in KW, and was devoted to Women Our of Doors (WOODS). The article pointed out that the groups organized both outdoor events and and indoor events as well.

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, 1990, February issue.]

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1990 February (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 February (Wednesdays) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo: 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!

Other GLLOW events during February may include a bowling night, skating or road trips. Events are decided by participation. Call ###-#### if you are interested.

Peer counselling training for GLLOW phoneline volunteers: Members of the Canadian Mental Health Association will be providing a workshop to train counsellors for the GLLOW phoneline. If interested, call ###-#### for details.”

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

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, 1990, February, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 February (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 February (and onward) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Body Positive Discussion Support Group

“The support program of the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County will be offering a Body Positive Discussion Support Group for individuals who want to learn to cope more effectively with testing positive. The group will run weeekly for eight sessions. Attendance limited to ten members. If you have tested positive, and are interested in this group, call Deborah Azim ###-#####. Confidential. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 February (and onward) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Support Group for Families and Friends

“A suport group for families and friends of individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS will run bi-weekly for 12 weeks. Offered by the Support Program of the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County. Call Dorothy Azim, ###-####. Confidential.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 February (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 February (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, 1990, February, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 February (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, 1990, February, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 February (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, 1990, February, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 February (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, 1990, February, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, February 2 (Friday) * Womyn's Group: Womyn Dancing Again

Friday February 2. Womyn Dancing Again, a benefit dance for the Holly Near/Ronnie Gilbert concert, the Womyn's Group, and the "Radio Show." The Robin's Nest, 8.30 pm, $4. Womyn only.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 2 {Friday} * Womyn's: Dance

February 2 - Womyn's Dance at Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, February 2 * UW Imprint Column: Feds and us at odds Some activities contrary to our beliefs

A letter written by M. Dziz and T. Poechman explains why they do not wish to personally promote or financially assist associations that are contrary to their morals and church such as the Gay and Lesbian Liberation Organization (GLLOW), the Womyns' Group, and the Sexuality Resource Centre. Furthermore, they believe that such groups should not be given free Campus Centre office space and would like to have the ability to elminate their share of funding when paying their Federation of Students fee.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.25, 1990, February 2 (Friday), "Forum," p.7.]

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1990 February (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide" on CKMS 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.25, 1990, February 2 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.25, 1990, February 2 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, February 3-4 (Saturday/Sunday) * WOODS: Winter Camping

Sat February 2 [misprint for 3], Sun February 4. WOODS Second Annual Indoor Winter Camping in Alma. Cross-county skiing, potluck dinner, games. Call Kim ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 6 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Movie Night

Tuesday February 6. Guelph Gay Equality Movie Night: Rock Hudson.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990 February 7 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday February 7. GLLOW Coffeehouse: Grape juice and cheese social.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990 February 8 (Thursday) * Womyn's Group: Dinner and Pool

Thursday February 8. The Womyn's Group meets at the Huether (Kent) Hotel in Waterloo at 6 pm for dinner and pool.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 9 * UW Imprint Column: Clarification of SRC's role A "sexpert" writes:

A letter written by Al Wadley, Co-ordinator at the Sexuality Resource Centre, in response to the letter by M. Dziz and T. Poechman, who wanted to pull their share of the student fees that goes towards GLLOW, the Womyn's Centre and the Sexuality Resource Centre due to their morals and religious beliefs. Wadley wrote in to clarify what the Sexuality Resource Centre does, because of the impression that the Dziz and Poechman letter had left with the readers.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.26, 1990, February 9 (Friday), "Forum," p.7.]

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1990, February 9 * UW Imprint Column: Cannot "exempt" yourselves

A letter written by Hillary Allen, in response to the letter by M. Dziz and T. Poechman (who wanted to pull their share of the student fees that goes towards GLLOW, the Womyn's Centre and the Sexuality Resource Centre due to their morals and religious beliefs) wrote that a society based on the logic epoused by them would be tribal, composed of individual fiefdoms, each narrow-mindedly protecting its own tiny corner of interests which would be undemocratic.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.26, 1990, February 9 (Friday), "Forum," p.7.]

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1990, February 9 * UW Imprint Column: Convictions or bigotry?

A letter written by G. Zimmerman, R. Walsh, T. Hobbs, J Robbertsen, S. White and D. Hennessey, in response to the letter by M. Dziz and T. Poechman (who wanted to pull their share of the student fees that goes towards GLLOW, the Womyn's Centre and the Sexuality Resource Centre due to their morals and religious beliefs) suggested that their Christian convictions were actually bigotry. Zimmerman et al. wrote that feminists, gays, lesbians and pro-choice activists all have morals, just not the ones they have.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.26, 1990, February 9 (Friday), "Forum," p.8.]

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1990 February (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide" on CKMS 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.26, 1990, February 9 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.26, 1990, February 9 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, February 11 * Holly Near/Ronnie Gilbert: Concert

February 11 - Holly Near/Ronnie Gilbert concert. University of Waterloo, Humanities Theatre, February 11, 1990. Tickets go on sale at the end of December. Box Office ###-####. Holly Near is also giving a lecture on her work and developemnt as a political artist at 2 pm on February 11. For lecture tickets and more information, call Mary Joy ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990 February 13 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Valentine's Social

Tuesday February 13. Guelph Gay Equality: Valentine's Social.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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Tuesday February 13 ... 1990 February 13 (Tuesday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Valentine's Social

Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo hold a Valentine's Party. Location to be determined.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990 February 14 (Friday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday February 14. GLLOW Coffeehouse. Open discussion about relationships.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990 February 16 (Friday) * WOODS: Lily Tomlin Movie Night

Friday February 16. WOODS Lily Tomlin Movie Night, 7.30 pm Waterloo. Call Lisa ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 16 * UW Imprint Column: The Voice of Treason The GQ Quiz

A satire questionnaire written by J Hagey states that this quick quiz will let you know your Geek Quotient. Question #2 asks “Have you ever been a member of A) The Communist Party? B) GLLOW? (But do you know what it means?) or C) Menudo?” Question 6 asks “Who, in your opinion, exploits women more” with one of the options being “Womyn” - which was a pretty obvious reference to the lesbian feminist campus group called the Womyn's Group. It is hardly surprising that some of the questions involved cheap shots at the queer community and at feminists.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.27, 1990, February 16 (Friday), "Forum," p.7.]

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1990, February 16 * UW Imprint Column: Womyn's group not supported by Feds

A letter by Karen Davidson and Michelle Blais, writing as frequent attendees of the Womyn's Group, thanked G. Zimmerman et al for clarifying, in last week's Imprint, that “the Womyn's Group is not supported by the Federation of Students for the sole reason that they discriminate against men.” The authors point to the value of having lesbian-only space, and assert that discrimination is not always a negative thing. They are, however, aware that describing spaces and events as lesbian-only tends to create controversy, and indicate that this is why they have not attempted to seek the support of the Federation Students.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.27, 1990, February 16 (Friday), "Forum," p.8.]

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1990 February (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide." on CKMS, 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.27, 1990, February 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.27, 1990, February 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990 February 17 (Saturday) * GLLOW: Dance

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17 ... GLLOW dance - "Not too Late to Be My Valentine Dance" 9:00 pm. to 1:00 am. HH 373 - 3rd floor Grad Lounge - Humanities Building.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.27, 1990, February 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990, February 17 (Saturday) * GLLOW Dance

Saturday February 17. GLLOW Dance, University of Waterloo, Rm 373, Hagey Hall of the Humanities. 9 pm - 1 am. $4 non-members, $2 members. Refreshments will be served.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 17 (Saturday) * Robin's Nest: Valentine's Masquerade Dance

Saturday February 17 ... Valentine's Masquerade Dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 19 (Monday) * ACCKWA: Volunteer General Meeting

Monday February 19. ACCKWA Volunteer General Meeting. Christine Boldt will be speaking on the topic of financial and housing assistance for HIV+ people, Gold Room, K-W Hospital, 7-9 pm. All are welcome, but non-volunteers please call the ACCKWA office to confirm space availability.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 20 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Bingo Night

Tuesday February 20. Guelph Gay Equality Bingo Night (tentative).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 21 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday February 21. GLLOW Coffeehouse Games Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990 February 21 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Games Night

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 ... GLLOW - Gay & Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo "Games Night"! CC 110. 9:00 to 11:00 pm. - bring your favorite board game.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.27, 1990, February 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 February (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide." on CKMS, 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.28, 1990, February 23 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 February (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.28, 1990, February 23 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, February 23 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Dance

Friday February 23. Guelph Gay Equality Dance, Polish Hall, 5 Empire Street, Guelph, 9 pm - 1 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 23, 24, 25 (Friday-Sunday) * WOODS: Beaver Valley Ski Weekend

February 23, 24, 25. WOODS Beaver Valley Ski Weekend. Downhill and cross-country skiing. This weekend is booked to capacity, but it is an annual event, so stay tuned next year! If you are an avid (female) skier interested in WOODS, and you haven't joined yet (gasp!), give me a call. Lisa ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 27 * Guelph Gay Equality: Karen Andrews

February 27 - Guelph Gay Equality invites Karen Andrews to speak on her fight for spousal benefits from OHIP.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, January, centre pages.]

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1990, February 27 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Karen Andrews

Tuesday February 27. Guelph Gay Equality invites Karen Andrews to share her story on her legal fight for spousal benefits from OHIP. Phone the GGE line ###-#### for the room number.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, February 28 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday February 28. GLLOW Coffeehouse - an AIDS information night is tentatively scheduled.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990 February 28 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: STD Information Night

Wednesday, February 28 ... GLLOW - Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo tonight hosts an "STD Information Night" - an update of the latest STD information, CC 110 from 9:00 to 11:00 pm., everyone welcome.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.28, 1990, February 23 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990, March 3 (Saturday) * The Guelph International Women's Day Committee: Coffeehouse

Saturday March 3. The Guelph International Women's Day Committee is hosting a Coffeehouse at 8pm, with a dance to follow, at The Loft, 1 Carden Street, Guelph. $4 (sliding scale).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, (TBA) * ACCKWA: Benefit Dance

[date TBA] ACCKWA Benefit Dance, date to be announced. Call ACCKWA for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, March, First Week * Phil's Grandson's: The Nancy Sinatras

[First week in March] The Nancy Sinatras are tentatively scheduled to appear at Phil's Grandson's the first week in March.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, February, centre pages.]

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1990, March * 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 International Women's Day; it described March 8 as “a day which recognizes and celebrates women, their spirituality and their accomplishments.” The article then expanded upon the purposes of International Women's Day, and also referred to some associated local events that were planned for the week of Saturday March 3 to Sunday March 11, 1990.

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, 1990, March issue.]

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1990 March (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details. GGE mamberships are on sale through March for only $8.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March (Wednesdays) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo: 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!

Peer counselling training for GLLOW phoneline volunteers: Members of the Canadian Mental Health Association will be providing a workshop to train counsellors for the GLLOW phoneline. If interested, call ###-#### for details.”

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

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, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March (and onward) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Body Positive Discussion Support Group

“The support program of the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County will be offering a Body Positive Discussion Support Group for individuals who want to learn to cope more effectively with testing positive. The group will run weeekly for eight sessions. Attendance limited to ten members. If you have tested positive, and are interested in this group, call Deborah Azim ###-#####. Confidential. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March (and onward) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Support Group for Families and Friends

“A suport group for families and friends of individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS will run bi-weekly for 12 weeks. Offered by the Support Program of the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County. Call Dorothy Azim, ###-####. Confidential.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March 16 (Friday) * Robin's Nest: Womyn's Night Out

Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest. Finally... a night especially for women. Third Friday of the month, starting March 16.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 March (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 March (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, 1990, March, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 March (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, 1990, March, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 March (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, 1990, March, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 March (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, 1990, March, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, March 1 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: International Women's Day

Thursday March 1. The Womyn's Group celebrates International Women's Day by hosting the film Lesbian Tongues.
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 2 (Friday) * UW Imprint column AIDS at U. of W. What you should know

In light of the AIDS issue, The University of Waterloo issued a policy on AIDS, which the Imprint reproduced in this issue. It is titled: University of Waterloo Statement Regarding AIDS and was approved by the Executive Council December 13, 1989. The policy stipulates that a humanitarian, compassionate and non-discriminatory approach will be taken towards administration, faculty, staff and students with AIDS or HIV diseases or those who have been affected with HIV and they can anticipate the same treatment and consideration from the University of Waterloo as those who suffer from other long-term debilitating diseases.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.29, 1990, March 2, (Friday), "News," p. 12.]

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1990 March (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide." on CKMS. 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.29, 1990, March 2 (Friday), "Calendar," p.29.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.29, 1990, March 2 (Friday), "Calendar," p.29.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, March 3 (Saturday) * IWD: Coffeehouse and Dance

Saturday March 3. IWD Coffeehouse and Dance at The Loft, 1 Carden Street, Guelph, 8 pm. $4 at the door (sliding scale). ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 5 (Monday) * IWD: Women and Crafts

Monday March 5. IWD Women and Crafts, Campus Centre, University of Waterloo, 9.30 am-3.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 5 (Monday) * IWD: Women's Spirituality

Monday March 5 ... IWD Women's Spirituality. The NFB film Goddess Remembered will be shown and followed by a panel discussion. Emmanual Untied Church gymnasium, 22 Bridgeport Road West, Waterloo, 8 pm. Wheelchair accessible, free child care (call ###-#### for reservations).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 6 (Tuesday) * IWD: Women and Crafts

Tuesday March 6. IWD Women and Crafts, Campus Centre, University of Waterloo, 9.30 am-3.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 6 (Tuesday) * IWD: Speaker

Tuesday March 6 ... IWD Speaker: Jane Polluck, general manager of the Ottawa Roughriders, Davis Centre, Room 1350, UW, 7.30 pm. $4/$5.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 6 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: General Meeting

Tuesday March 6 ... Guelph Gay Equality General Meeting, Elections and Social Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 7 (Wednesday) * IWD: Dance Performance

Wednesday March 7. IWD Dance performance by Louise Azzarello and friends. Campus Centre, UW, 12.30 pm, free.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 7 (Wednesday) * IWD: Folk Music

Wednesday March 7 ... Folk Music by Wendy Chappel and friends, Campus Centre, UW, 1.15 pm, free.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 7 (Wednesday) * IWD: Discussion

Wednesday March 7 ... IWD. The Environment, a Woman's Concern. Panel discussion, Kitchener Public Library, 7.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 7 (Wednesday) * IWD: Film

Wednesday March 7 ... IWD Film: Dream of a Free Country:A Message from Nicaraguan Women, Princess Cinema, Waterloo, 9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 7 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Social

Wednesday March 7 ... GLLOW sparkling grape juice and cheese social.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 8 (Thursday) * IWD: University of Waterloo Safety Display

Thursday March 8. IWD: University of Waterloo Safety Display. Visual display of women's issues on Canadian campuses, information on sexual crimes on campus, items for sale. Campus Centre, UW, 10 am-4 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 8 (Thursday) * IWD: Wilfred Laurier University information display

Thursday March 8 ... IWD Wilfrid Laurier University information display about women. Main concourse, 10 am-4 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 8 (Thursday) * IWD Gathering of the Songsters

Thursday March 8 ... IWD: Gathering of the Songsters, Speaker's Corner, Kitchener, 5 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 8 (Thursday) * IWD: Film Julia

Thursday March 8 ... IWD film Julia, Princess Cinema, 7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 8 (Thursday) * IWD: NFB Film

Thursday March 8 ... IWD: NFB Film For Richer, For Poorer, Guelph Collegiate Vocational Institute, 7.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 8 (Thursday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth: Meeting

Thursday March 8 ... Gay and lesbian youth meeting, Global Community Centre, 7.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 9 (Friday) * IWD: Booth Display (seminar and film)

Saturday March 9. IWD Booth Display (seminar and film) on Eating Disorders. Campus Centre, UW, 1.30-3.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 9 (Friday) * IWD: Cakes for the Queen of Heaven

Saturday March 9 ... IWD: Cakes for the Queen of Heaven, a women's dramatization at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 49 Queen Street North, Kitchener, 8 pm, free.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 10 (Saturday) * IWD: Concert

Saturday March 10 ... IWD: Heather Bishop and Jennifer Berezan in concert. Humanities Theatre, UW. $8 students, $10 others.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 11 (Sunday) * IWD: Self Defence Course: WENDO

Sunday March 11. IWD Self Defence Course: WENDO. Studio A Dance Department, E Campus Hall, UW. 9.30-4.30, $35.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 13 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Fright Night movie

Tuesday March 13. Guelph Gay Equality Fright Night movie.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 14 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Video night

Wednesday March 14. GLLOW video night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 15 (Thursday) * k.d. lang: Lulu's

Thursday March 15. k.d. lang at Lulu's, $17.50 advance tickets.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 16 * UW Imprint Column: Masculinity: the unspoken dogma

An article by Imprint staff member Lyn McGinnis discusses the problem with defining masculinity using the traditional characteristics or traits, resulting in a gender caricature. McGinnis goes on to say that men have problematic relationships with each other and that some men believe that gays are not only deserving of contempt but also punishment as in the case of the McGill student who was killed on a bus in Montreal in 1989 by a large group of youths who were continually yelling faggot!.
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.31, 1990, March 16 (Friday), "Opinion," p.6.]

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1990 March (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide," on CKMS. 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.31, 1990, March 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.31, 1990, March 16 (Friday), "Calendar," p.35.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, March 16 (Friday) * The Womyn's Group: Womyn's Night at the Robin's Nest

Friday March 16. Womyn's Nite at the Robin's Nest, a night especially for women. No table reservations. 8.30 pm, $3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 17 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Midnight Raffle at the Half and Half

Saturday March 17. ACCKWA Midnight Raffle at the Half and Half. A draw for a painting by local artist Steve Hawkins. Tickets $2 or 3 for $5, available at the Half and Half or the ACCKWA Office. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 17-18 (Saturday/Sunday) * ACCKWA: Volunteer orientation

Sat March 17 & Sun March 18. ACCKWA volunteer orientation at St. Mary's Hospital. Call Mike at ACCKWA for details (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 20 (Tuesday) * AIDS and Gloal Developement Day: Speakers and Workshops

Tuesday March 20. AIDS and Global Development Day at St. Jerome's College, UW, 8:30 am-3:30 pm. Speakers include John Foster, OXFAM National Secretary, on A Global Perspective and Josie Duffhews, Regional Health Unit, on AIDS in Canada. Workshops include AIDS and Women, AIDS and Africa, and AIDS and Homophobia. Tickets: Students $7.50 ($8.50 at door), others $10 ($12 at door). For registration forms and more information contact Debbie Coulbertson at Global Community Centre, 89 King Street North (2nd floor), Waterloo, ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 20 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Discussion night

Tuesday March 20. Guelph Gay Equality discussion night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 21 (Wednesday) * WOODS: Volunteer information night

Wednesday March 21. WOODS volunteer information night. It's the first day of spring, so spring into action. Videos, munchies and pop. Sign up for an activity or just find out more about WOODS. 7 pm. Call Lisa ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 21 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Games night

Wednesday March 21. GLLOW games night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 27 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Mystery Night

Tuesday March 27. Guelph Gay Equality Mystery Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 28 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: CLGRO

Wednesday March 28. GLLOW host CLGRO (Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Right in Ontario) Slide Show. Discussion after: Is Gay Libertion Dead?
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, March 29 (Thursday) * Gay and Lesbian Youth: Meeting

Thursday March 29. Gay and lesbian youth meeting, 7.30 pm, Global Community Centre.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990 March (Wednesdays) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

EVERY WEDNESDAY ... GLLOW (Gays and Lesbians of Waterloo) operates a coffee house every Wednesday in room 110 of the Campus Centre from 9:00 to 11:00 pm. Everyone is welcome! Call XXX-XXXX for details. Before the coffee house, tune to "Nowhere to Hide," on CKMS. 94.5 FM between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.33, 1990, March 30 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 March (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group

EVERY THURSDAY ... Womyn's Group - meets in CC 135 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 "Leaping Lesbians" on CKMS, 94.5 FM, Thursdays from 6-8 pm.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.12, No.33, 1990, March 30 (Friday), "Calendar," p.31.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, March 30 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Dance

Friday March 30. Guelph Gay Equality Dance. Polish Hall, 5 Empire Steet, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, March, centre pages.]

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1990, May * 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 Guelph Gay Equality and was comprised of a description of this group. The article indicated the the group had been in operation for over 16 years, and described GGE's various events and services. The article indicated that the group was in the process changing their name to make it more inclusive in scope; it concluded by mentioning some future plans.

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, 1990, May issue.]

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1990 May (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details. GGE mamberships are on sale through March for only $8.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (Wednesdays) * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo: 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!

Peer counselling training for GLLOW phoneline volunteers: Members of the Canadian Mental Health Association will be providing a workshop to train counsellors for the GLLOW phoneline. If interested, call ###-#### for details.”

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

The Womyn's Group meets every Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (Second and Last Tuesdays) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Meetings

Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo meet the second and last Tuesday of every month 7.30-9 pm at Global Community Centre, 89-91 King Street North, Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (and onward) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Body Positive Discussion Support Group

“The support program of the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County will be offering a Body Positive Discussion Support Group for individuals who want to learn to cope more effectively with testing positive. The group will run weeekly for eight sessions. Attendance limited to ten members. If you have tested positive, and are interested in this group, call Deborah Azim ###-#####. Confidential.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (and onward) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Support Group for Families and Friends

“A suport group for families and friends of individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS will run bi-weekly for 12 weeks. Offered by the Support Program of the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County. Call Dorothy Azim, ###-####. Confidential.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (and onward) * Interfaith Pastoral Counselling Centre: Towards Sexual Self-Esteem

Towards Sexual Self-Esteem, a workshop on sexual orientation for men and women. In a gentle supportive environment we will explore our issues around sexual orientation at a pace chosen by the group. One of the first tasks of the group will be to negotiate safe, personal boundaries and confidentiality. At the Interfaith Pastoral Counselling Centre, 124 Frederick Street, Kitchener. Call ###-#### to request a brochure, speak to a leader, or reserve a space. Cost $80 (negotiable).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 May (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, 1990, May, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 May (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, 1990, May, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 May (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, 1990, May, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 May (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, 1990, May, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 May 1 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Comedy Movie Night

Tuesday, May 1. Guelph Gay Equality holds a Comedy Movie Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 2 (Wednesday) * Gays Out Of Doors: Bowling

Wednesday May 2. Gays Out of Doors (GOOD) presents Bowling with Ivan (cocktails at 8pm!) Call Steve at ###-#### for location and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 3 (Thursday) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Volleyball

Thursday May 3. Don't forget the Thursday Night Volleyball league at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St. E. in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more info. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 4 * UW Imprint Column: Love at first tackle

An article by Pete Kosann, from The Daily Herald at Brown University and published in the Imprint discusses the problems that will arise for two lesbians couples from the Browns University community who are vowing to spend the rest of their lives together, although they cannot legally marry in the state of Rhode Island. Furthermore, lesbian sexual acts are illegal in the state and they cannot file income taxes together, nor receive insurance policies or benefits. Even though they face these obtacles, both couples will unite in two separate ceremonies; one couple in a chapel and the other at the First Unitarian Church of Providence..
[source: Imprint, Vol.13, No.01, 1990, May 4 (Friday), "News," p.5.]

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1990 May (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 info.”
[source: Imprint, Vol.13, No.01, 1990, May 4 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | GLLOW | meetings]

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1990 May (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.13, No.01, 1990, May 4 (Friday), "Calendar," p.23.]
[categories: campus groups | UW groups | Womyn's Social | meetings]

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1990, May 8 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: General Meeting and Discussion

Tuesday May 8. Guelph Gay Equality will be holding a general meeting and discussion night. GGE will be discussing a proposed name change and judging the t-shirt design contest. The winning design will be used on Pride Day T-shirts.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 9 (Wednesday) * Gays Out Of Doors: Monty Python video night

Wednesday May 9. Gays Out Of Doors is hosting a Monty Python video night. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 10 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

Thursday May 10. The Womyn's Group holds its first meeting of the new term at 8.30 pm in Campus Centre Rm 110. Call Karen at ###-#### for more information or listen to the Leaping Lesbians that night from 6-8 pm on CKMS-fm, 94.5 or 95.5 on cable. All womyn are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 10 (Thursday) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Volleyball

Thursday May 10 ... Thursday night volleyball league. See May 3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 11, 12, 13 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) * WOODs: Birdwatching and Camping

May 11, 12, 13. WOODs Point Pelee Birdwatching and camping trip. An annual pilgrimmage to see the birdies. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 15 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Night

Tuesday May 15. Guelph Gay Equality holds a social night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 17 (Thursday) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Volleyball

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 May 18 (Friday) * Robin's Nest: Womyn's Night Out

Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest. Finally... a night especially for women. Great fun...great tunes...great dancing! Third Friday of every month. 26 Hobson St., Cambridge. 8.30pm, $3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990, May 18 (Friday) * Womyn's Night: Robin's Nest

Friday May 18. Womyn's Night at the Robin's Nest. $3, 8.30 pm - 1 am. An MJT production.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 22 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Games Night

Tuesday May 22. Guelph Gay Equality hosts a games night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 24 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Video Night

Thursday May 24. The Womyn's Group hosts a video night. All womyn are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 24 (Thursday) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Volleyball

Thursday May 24 ... Thursday night volleyball. See May 3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 25 (Friday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Dance

Friday May 25. Guelph Gay Equality's monthly dance held at the Polish Hall in Guelph, 9 pm - 1 am. The results of the 50/50 draw will go to the Toronto Lesbian and Gay Appeals Fund. Last month's proceeds were given to the Women's Resource Centre at the University of Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 25 (Friday) * WOODs: Mystery Woman Potluck

Friday May 25 ... WOODs Mystery Woman potluck. Call Lisa ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 26 (Saturday) * Gays Out Of Doors: Progressive Dinner Party

Saturday May 26. Gays Out Of Doors holds a Progressive Dinner Party. Call Steve at ###-#### for the starting location.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, May 29 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Barbecue

Tuesday May 29. Guelph Gay Equality hosts a barbecue at Riverside Park at 6.30 pm. Bring your own main meal (vegetarians welcome!) and dishes. GGE supplies condiments and beverages.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, June * 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 consisted of two parts. The first was a poem by Pat Parker (from Movement in Black, a collection of poems by Pat Parker. Firebrand Books 1990) that was entitled “For The Straight Folks Who Don't Mind Gays But Wish They Wouldn't be BLATANT.” The second part of the front page was an article entitled “Come One, Come All, Come Out!” which reminded readers of Lesbian and Gay Pride Day to be held on June 24, 1990 in Toronto. It also gave some information about the origins of Lesbian and Gay Pride Day in the Stonewall riots that began on the wekend of June 28, 1969 in New York City.

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); 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, 1990, June issue.]

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1990 June (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details. GGE mamberships are on sale through March for only $8.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 Summer * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse Cancelled

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) has cancelled its coffeehouses for the summer, but will be holding coffeehouses again in September. Special events will happen throughout the summer. Watch this space for details or call the phoneline at ###-#### for any information.

GLLOW could always use more phoneline volunteers, particularly womyn. Please leave a message for Ian during staff hours at the phoneline ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 June (Alternate Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

The Womyn's Group meets every other Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 June (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. Regular Sunday service at the Robin's Nest, 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 June (and onward) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Closed

Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo has closed. Please call GLLOW for peer counselling and community information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 June (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 June (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 June (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, 1990, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 June (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, 1990, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 June (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, 1990, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 June (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, 1990, June, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, June 2 (Saturday) * Robin's Nest: Six pack show

Saturday June 2. Six pack show at Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 3 (Sunday) * GOOD: Road Trip

Sunday June 3. GOOD has a road trip to the Metro Toronto Zoo. Call Steve at ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 5 (Tuesday) * GGE: Movie Night

Tuesday June 5. GGE Movie Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 7 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Social Night

Thursday June 7. The Womyn's Group meets in Campus Centre Room 110 at 8.30 pm for a light discussion and social evening.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 7 (Thursday) * WOODS in K-W: Weekly Cycling

Thursday June 7 ... First of WOODS in K-W Weekly Thursday Cycling in June. Meet at Zehr's plaza parking lot, Fischer-Hallman and Erb in Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 7 (Thursday) * ACCKWA: Garage Sale

Thursday June 7 ... ACCKWA will be pricing items for its upcoming garage sale. All donations are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 8 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Garage Sale

Friday June 8. ACCKWA will be pricing items for its upcoming garage sale again today. All donations are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 8 (Friday) * GOOD: Games Night

Friday June 8 ... GOOD has a Games Night. Call Steve at ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 10 (Sunday) * WOODS in K-W: Cycling

Sunday June 10. WOODS in K-W Cycling to Paradise Lake. Meet at 11 am at front gate of Laurel Creek Conservation Area.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 10 (Sunday) * GOOD in K-W: Hiking

Sunday June 10 ... GOOD hikes through Webster Falls. Call Steve at ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 10 (Sunday) * GGE: Car Rally

Sunday June 10 ... GGE Car Rally. Starting point - UC 536 between 1.30 and 2 pm. Call GGE during staff hours for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 12 (Tuesday) * GGE: Social Night

Tuesday June 12 ... GGE Social Night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 13 (Wednesday) * GOOD: Steering Committee Meeting

Wednesday June 13. GOOD has a steering committee meeting. All are welcome. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 14 (Thursday) * Princess Cinema: Faith Nolan Concert

Thursday June 14. Faith Nolan in concert at the Princess Cinema. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door, $8 for the unwaged. Available at Global Community Centre, Princess Cinema and Wordsworth Books. For those of you who don't know who Faith Nolan is, she is a black lesbian singer/songwriter of immense talent, and she's Canadian! Be prepared to be challenged, and to enjoy yourself, but get those tickets fast before they all run out.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990 June 15 (Friday) * Robin's Nest: Womyn's Night Out

Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest. Finally... a night especially for women. Great fun...great tunes...great dancing! Third Friday of every month. 26 Hobson St., Cambridge. 8.30pm, $3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990, June 16 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Garage Sale

Saturday June 16. ACCKWA holds a garage sale! 886 Queen's Blvd, 8 am - 2 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 16 (Saturday) * WOODS: Second Annual Canoe/Kayak

Saturday June 16 ... WOODS in K-W Second Annual Canoe/Kayak on the Grand River. Be prepared for sun, rain, and wind — we had all three last year! Call Lisa ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 16 (Saturday) * GOOD: Robin's Nest

Saturday June 16 ... GOOD goes to the Robin's Nest. Call Steve at ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 18 (Monday) * GOOD: Auction

Monday June 18. GOOD goes to the Auction. Call Steve at ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 19 (Tuesday) * GGE: Pre-Pride Night

Tuesday June 19. GGE Pre-Pride Night. Discussion and information on GGE's involvement in Lesbian and Gay Pride Day activities, incuding the making of decorations for GGE's float. That's right, GGE will be having a float in this year's Pride Day Celebrations!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 21 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Pride Day

Thursday June 21. The Womyn's Group meets in Campus Centre Room 110 to paint a new banner for Pride Day, so bring your creativity and energy.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 22, 23, 24 (Friday to Sunday) * GOOD: Camping

June 22, 23, 24. GOOD goes camping at Pinehurst. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 23 (Saturday) * Robin's Nest: The band "Open Mind"

Saturday June 23. "Open Mind," the band who produced the tape "Give us back the night" in response to the Montreal killings, performs at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 23 (Saturday) * The Gay Community Dance Committee: Pride Day Dance

Saturday June 23 ... The Gay Community Dance Committee holds a Pride Day dance at the Concert Hall (Yonge at Davenport) in Toronto. Call #-###-###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 24 (Sunday) * Lesbian and Gay Pride Day: Toronto March

Sunday June 24. Lesbian and Gay Pride Day in Toronto. The march starts at 3 pm in front of the 519 Community Centre, corner of Church and Wellesley in Toronto. And don't forget the street party before and after the march! Many of Toronto's artistic and musical talents will be on hand for the entertainment. Many Kitchener-Waterloo and area groups — such as Guelph Gay Equality, GLLOW, the Womyn's Group, WOODS in K-W and ACCKWA — will be carpooling to Pride Day and participating in the march. Call your favorite group for a ride — Come One, Come All, Come Out! ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 24 (Sunday) * WOODS in K-W: Barbecue

Sunday June 24 ... WOODS in K-W barbecue in Cambridge. Call Lisa ###-#### for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 26 (Tuesday) * GGE: Bar-Be-Que

Tuesday June 26. GGE Bar-Be-Que.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 29 (Friday) * GGE: Dance

Friday June 29. GGE dance at the Polish Hall in Guelph, 9 pm -1 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, June 30, July 1, 2 * WOODS in K-W: Camping

June 30, July 1, 2. WOODS in K-W goes camping at Devil's Glen Provincial Park. Call Lisa at ###-#### for more information or to reserve a spot.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, July * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue of the Pink Triangle Community Calendar had 4 unnumbered pages, and also two one-sheet inserts (a subscription form and a dance announcement). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with two one-sheet inserts 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.

The front page of this issue was headed “ A Perfect Womanly World ” and is devoted to a description of the Michigan Womyn's Festival; it mentions some of the performers and workshops at the Festival to be held August 15-19.

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); 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, 1990, July issue.]

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1990 July (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 Summer * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse Cancelled

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) has cancelled its coffeehouses for the summer, but will be holding coffeehouses again in September. Special events will happen throughout the summer. Watch this space for details or call the phoneline at ###-#### for any information.

GLLOW could always use more phoneline volunteers, particularly womyn. Please leave a message for Ian during staff hours at the phoneline ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (Alternate Thursdays) * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

The Womyn's Group meets every other Thursday from 8.30-11 pm, Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church. As the Robin's Nest will be closed throughout July, please call ###-#### for weekly location of services.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (and onward) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Closed

Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo has closed. Please call GLLOW for peer counselling and community information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (and onward) * Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest: Suspended Until September

Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest. These dances will start again Friday September 21, and continue the third Friday of every month.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (and onward) * Robin's Nest: Closed for Repairs

The Robin's Nest will be closed for six weeks to repair its roof, starting in July. Watch this space for re-opening date.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 July (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 July (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 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 July (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 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 July (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, 1990, July, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 July (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, 1990, July, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, July 1, 2 * ACCKWA: Information Booth

July 1, 2 ACCKWA is holding an Information Booth in Victoria Park, 9-4 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 3 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Movie Night

Tuesday July 3. Movie Night at Guelph Gay Equality, 8 pm, UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 5 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

Thursday July 5. The Womyn's Group meets in CC110 at 8:30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 7, 8 * ACCKWA: Ontario AIDS Network Conference

July 7, 8. ACCKWA will be going to the Ontario AIDS Network Conference in Thunder Bay. Anyone is eligible to attend. Call the AIDS Committee of Thunder Bay at ###-###-#### for more details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 10 (Tuesday) * GGE: General Meeting

July 10 GGE has a General Meeting to make a final decision on its name change. This is an important meeting, so please don't miss it.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, July 10 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Meeting

Tuesday July 10. Important meeting of Guelph Gay Equality to discuss its name change. Don't miss it!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 11 (Wednesday) * WOODS in KW: Golfing

Wednesday July 11. WOODS in KW goes golfing. We'll arrange time and course by mutual agreement. Call Lisa, ###-####, by July 8.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 15 (Sunday) * WOODS in KW: Softball

Sunday July 15. WOODS in KW plays softball in Waterloo. Call Lisa, ###-####, for more info.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 17 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay Equality: Baseball

Tuesday July 17. Guelph Gay Equality plays baseball! Game starts at 6.30, location as yet undetermined. Call the Gayline for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 19 (Thursday) * The Womyn's Group: Meeting

Thursday July 19. The Womyn's Group meets in CC110 at 8.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 21 (Saturday) * The Kyde Dance Co-op: Womyn Dancing Again

Saturday July 21. The Kyde Dance Co-op presents Womyn Dancing Again (On a Hot Summer Night!), 8.30 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, 48 Ontario St N in downtown Kitchener. Tickets are $5 (can't afford this? talk to us at the door). Proceeds go to local area groups such as the PTCC, WOODS and the KW Sexual Assault Support Centre. Applications for funding available. Womyn only, please.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 21/22 (Saturday/Sunday) * ACCKWA: Volunteer Information Session

July 21/22. ACCKWA holds a volunteer information session at St. Mary's Hospital, 9-4 pm. Call ACCKWA, ###-####, for room number and more details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 21/22 (Saturday/Sunday) * WOODS in KW: Camping

July 21/22 ... WOODS in KW goes camping at Bruce Peninsula National Park. Hiking, snorkelling and possibly scuba diving. Call Lisa ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 24 (Tuesday) * GGE: Social Gathering

Tuesday July 24. GGE meeting this week will be at the Bookshelf Café, Guelph, on the terrace at 8 pm. This is a social gathering. Call for directions.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 25-29 (Wednesday - Sunday) * GGE: Camping

July 25-29. Instead of a dance this month, GGE will be going camping. Call the Gayline during office hours, or leave a message on their new phone mail system through the university, ###-####, x####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, July 31 (Tuesday) * GGE: Barbecue

Tuesday July 31. GGE will be having a barbecue at the Riverside Pavilion, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, August * 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.

The front page of this issue was headed “News Briefs” and contained three news items: (1) information about the new bar, Circles, that was scheduled to open on August 30 at 24 Charles Street West; (2) information about a new radio show on CKWR entitled “WomenWise”; and (3) an announcement that the Robin's Nest would once again be open for business on August 4 and 18, but closed on August 11 and 25.

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); 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 Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August issue.]

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1990 August (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 Summer * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouse Cancelled

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) has cancelled its coffeehouses for the summer, but will be holding coffeehouses again in September. Special events will happen throughout the summer. Watch this space for details or call the phoneline at ###-#### for any information.

GLLOW could always use more phoneline volunteers, particularly womyn. Please leave a message for Ian during staff hours at the phoneline ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 August * The Womyn's Group: Meetings Cancelled

The Womyn's Group has cancelled its meetings for the month of August, but will resume on Thursday, September 13 in Campus Centre Room 110 at the University of Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 August (Sundays) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Services

Grand River Free Spirit Community Church will be on the move throughout August. Please Call Lloyd Hewitt at ###-#### for weekly location of services. Starting September 2, evening services will be held at Unitarian House, 136 Allan Street East in Waterloo. Services will begin at 7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 August (and onward) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Closed

Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo has closed. Please call GLLOW for peer counselling and community information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September (and onward) * Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest: Suspended Until September

Womyn's Night Out at the Robin's Nest. These dances will start again Friday September 21, and continue the third Friday of every month.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 August (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 August * Robin's Nest: Reopening Schedule

The Robin's Nest opens August 4 and 18, but will be closed August 11 and 25.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September * AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County: Speaker's Bureau

The AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County is putting together a Speaker's Bureau. Training program commences September 13 for 8 weeks. Call Marnie Neve at ###-#### for an interview and more information. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 August (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 August (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 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 August (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, formerly called 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 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 August (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, 1990, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 August (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, 1990, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 August (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, August 1-5 * Conference for Native American Lesbians and Gays and their partners: Special Advance Notice

“August 1-5 in Winnipeg. Conference for Native American Lesbians and Gays and their partners. $40, bring your own food and camping equipment. Contact Albert ###-###-#### to register or for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, August 1-5 * Conference for Native American Lesbians and Gays and their partners: Special Advance Notice

“August 1-5 in Winnipeg. "Spirituality in the 90's," a Conference for Native American Lesbians and Gays and their partners. $40, bring your own food and camping equipment. Contact Albert ###-###-#### or write: Nichinaken NGS, 616 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0W8 to register.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, June, centre pages.]

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1990, August 1-5 * Conference for Native American Lesbians and Gays and their partners: Special Advance Notice

August 1-5. "Spirituality in the 90's," a conference for Native American Lesbians and Gays and their partners happens in WInnipeg. $40, bring your own food and camping equipment. Contact Albert ###-###-#### or write: Nichinaken NGS, 616 Broadway Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0W8 to register.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, May, centre pages.]

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1990, August 3 (Friday) * GOOD: Games Nite

Friday August 3. GOOD has a Games Nite! Call Steve at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 3-6 (Friday to Monday) * WOODS: Cultural Camping

August 3-6. Cultural Camping. A group of WOODS members are going to the Blyth Festival to take in Firefly. They'll be camping near Goderich. For more information, Call Lisa, ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 7 (Tuesday) * GGE: Social Night

Tuesday August 7. GGE hosts a social night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 12 (Sunday) * GOOD: Bus Trip

Sunday August 12. GOOD goes on a bus trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Call Steve, ###-####, for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 14 (Tuesday) * GGE: Games Night

Tuesday August 14. GGE holds a games night.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 15-19 * Michigan Womyn's Music Festival: Cultural Event

“Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, August 15-19, THE Cultural event of the year. Advance tickets must be purchased by July 25, but full-price tickets are available at the gate. Write WWTMC, Box 22, Walhalla, Michigan 49458 (ph ###-###-####) or contact the Womyn's Group for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, August 15-19 * Michigan Womyn's Music Festival: Cultural Event

August 15-19. Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, August 15-19, THE Cultural event of the year. Tickets are available at the gate. Write WWTMC, Box 22, Walhalla, Michigan 49458 (ph ###-###-####) or contact the Womyn's Group for more information. Check the Triangle message board under WOODS to find other KW women at the Festival. See you there!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 18-19 (Saturday to Sunday) * GOOD: Camping

August 18-19. GOOD goes camping. Call Steve for location and more information, ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 21 (Tuesday) * GGE: Discussion

Tuesday August 21. GGE has a discussion — topic to be announced.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 26 (Sunday) * GOOD: Picnic

Sunday August 26. GOOD goes for a picnic. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 28 (Tuesday) * GGE: Barbecue

Tuesday August 28. GGE barbecue, 6.30 pm at Riverside Park.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 28 (Tuesday) * Princess Cinema: Without You, I'm Nothing

Tuesday August 28 ... Without You, I'm Nothing. This film is a cabaret of unconventional Jewish comedienne Sandra Bernhard. Outrageous! Film starts at 9.30 pm at the Princess Cinema in Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 30 (Thursday) * Circles: Opening

Thursday August 30. Circles, a new gay and lesbian bar opens in Kitchener, 24 Charles Street (across from the Transportation Centre). Check it out!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, August 31 (Friday) * GGE: Dance

Friday August 31. GGE dance at the Polish Hall, 5 Empire Street, Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, August, centre pages.]

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1990, September * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue 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 - which is to say, rotated 90° with respect to the front and back pages.

The front page of this issue was headed “GOOD” and the article was a profile of GOOD (Gays of of Doors), which is described as a discreet social and outdoors club that is open to people who are gay, lesbian or gay-positive. The article indicates that “The group started a few years back, fell into abeyance for approximately two years and is now back into action, publishing a calendar of events six times a year. There is usually an event scheduled every week...”

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); 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 Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September issue.]

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1990 September (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses Begin Again

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) has cancelled its coffeehouses for the summer, but will be holding coffeehouses again in September. Special events will happen throughout the summer. Watch this space for details or call the phoneline at ###-#### for any information.

GLLOW could always use more phoneline volunteers, particularly womyn. Please leave a message for Ian during staff hours at the phoneline ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September * The Womyn's Group: Meetings Resume

The Womyn's Group will resume weekly meetings on Thursday, September 13 in Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo, 8.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September (and onward) * Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo: Closed

Gay and Lesbian Youth of Kitchener-Waterloo has closed. Please call GLLOW for peer counselling and community information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September * AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County: Speaker's Bureau

The AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County is putting together a Speaker's Bureau. Training program commences September 13 for 8 weeks. Call Marnie Neve at ###-#### for an interview and more information. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September * AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County: Support Groups to Resume

“Family and Friends Support Group and the Body Positive Support Group will be starting again soon. Please call Deborah at ###-### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 September (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 September (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 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 September (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, formerly called 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 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 September (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, 1990, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 September (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, 1990, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 September (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, September 2 (Sunday) * Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Service

Sunday September 2. Grand River Free Spirit Community Church, a new work of the Metropolitan Community Church hold its' first service in its' new location at 136 Allen Street East in Waterloo (Unitarian House). Service starts at 7 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 2 (Sunday) * Circles Dance Bar: Grand Opening Weekend

Sunday September 2 ... "Show-Time." Grand Opening Weekend at Circles Dance Bar, featuring the premiere kickoff of Sunday "Show-Time." Every second Sunday there will be shows featuring different acts and choreographed revues. Cover charge will apply to certain shows as they will be professional acts. Two one-hour shows at 8 pm and 10 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 4 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Movie Night

Tuesday September 4. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality holds a movie night. The theme is drama. University Centre Room 536. 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 5 (Wednesday) * GOOD: Steering Committee meeting

Wednesday September 5. GOOD Steering Committee meeting to set up November-December calendar. All are welcome. Call Steve (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 6 (Thursday) * WOODS: Weekly Jogging

Thursday September 6. WOODS weeky jogging begins. Meet at 6 pm. Call Lisa, (###-####), for location.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 7 (Friday) * GOOD: Video Night

Friday September 7. GOOD video night. Call Steve (###-####) for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 9 (Sunday) * The Grand River Free Spirit Community Church: Ian Taylor, Guest Speaker

Sunday September 9. Ian Taylor from Metropolitan Community Church in Toronto is the guest speaker at the Grand River Free Spirit Community Church, 7 pm. His topic is "The Sparrow has Found a Home".”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 11 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: "Welcome Back" Social Night

Tuesday September 11. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality holds a "Welcome Back" social night. UC536 at 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 13 (Thursday) * WOODS: Weekly Jogging

Thursday September 13. WOODS weekly jogging.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 13 (and ongoing for 8 weeks) * The Aids Committee of Guelph & Wellington County: Speaker's Bureau Training Program

September 13, (for 8 weeks). The AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County is putting together a Speaker's Bureau. Training program commences September 13 for 8 weeks. Call Marnie Neve at ###-#### for an interview or more information .”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, July, centre pages.]

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1990, September 16 (Sunday) * Circles Dance Bar: "Show-Time"

Sunday September 16. "Show-Time" at Circles Dance Bar. See September 2.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 16 (Sunday) * GOOD: Picnic

Sunday September 16 ... GOOD picnic. Call Steve (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 18 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Games Night

Tuesday September 18. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality holds a Games Night in cooperation with the AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County. UC536 at 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 20 (Thursday) * WOODS: Weekly Jogging

Thursday September 20. WOODS weekly jogging.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 21 (Friday) * Robin's Nest: Women's Night Out

Friday September 21. Women's Night Out at the Robin's Nest, 9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 21-23 (Friday to Sunday) * WOODS: Camping

September 21-23. WOODS is camping at G-Towne Resort, a women-only resort and campgrounds with cabin rentals and sports facilities. Contact Lisa at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 21-23 (Friday to Sunday) * GOOD: Cottage Weekend

September 21-23 ... GOOD Cottage Weekend. Call Steve (###-###) for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 25 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: PFLAG, Guest Speaker

Tuesday September 25. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality has a speaker from PFLAG, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. UC536 at 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 27 (Thursday) * WOODS: Weekly Jogging

Thursday September 27. WOODS weekly jogging.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 28 (Friday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Monthly Dance

Friday September 28. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality Monthly Dance at the Polish Hall, 5 Empire Street in Guelph, 9 pm - 1 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 28 (Friday) * GOOD: Games Night

Friday September 28 ... GOOD Games Night. Call Steve (###-####) for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 30 (Sunday) * Circles Dance Bar: "Show-Time"

Sunday September 30. "Show-Time" at Circles Dance Bar. See September 2.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, September 30 (Sunday) * WOODS: Second Anniversary Hike

Sunday September 30 ... WOODS Second Anniversary Hike! Meet at 1 pm in St. Jacob's behind the Mill. Call Lisa at ###-#### for more details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, October * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also two one-sheet inserts (a subscription form and an AIDS Awareness Week announcement). It consisted of a folded sheet of pink paper sized 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm (11.0" x 8.5") with two one-sheet inserts 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.

The front page of this issue was headed “AIDS AWAREMESS WEEK. Secrets” and the article gave a description of activities planned in Waterloo-Wellington for AIDS Awareness Week (October 15-21), including the presentation of a play called Secrets at the Humanities Theatre at the University of Waterloo on October 15.”

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); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October issue.]

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1990 October (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 October * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses Begin Again

Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW) coffeehouses resume biweekly in Campus Centre Rm 110, University of Waterloo, 9-11 pm.

GLLOW could always use more phoneline volunteers, particularly womyn. Please leave a message for Ian during staff hours at the phoneline ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 October * The Womyn's Group: Meetings

The Womyn's Group — weekly meetings on Thursdays in Campus Centre Room 135 at the University of Waterloo, 8.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 October (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 October * AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County: Speaker's Bureau

The AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County is putting together a Speaker's Bureau. Training program commences September 13 for 8 weeks. Call Marnie Neve at ###-#### for an interview and more information. ”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 October * AIDS Committee of Guelph & Wellington County: Support Groups to Resume

“Family and Friends Support Group and the Body Positive Support Group will be starting again soon. Please call Deborah at ###-### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 October (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 October (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 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 October (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, formerly called 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 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 October (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, 1990, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 October (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, 1990, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 October (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, October * GLLOW: National Coming Out Day campaign

A major National Coming Out Day campaign is organized in cooperation with GLLOW. Posters appear across campus and an article in Imprint discusses being gay and out on campus. Similar campaigns are run the following two years under the title “BGLAD” Days (Bisexual Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days). The campaigns feature faculty-specific advertisements.
[source: Nigel Flear. This should be verified in the Imprint.]

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1990, October 2 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Movie Night

Tuesday October 2. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds a Movie Night. The theme is Classic. UC536 at 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 3 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday October 3. GLLOW coffeehouses resume biweeky in Campus Centre Rm 110, University of Waterloo, 9-11 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 4 (Thursday) * Princess Cinema: Lucie Blue Tremblay

October 4. Lucie Blue Tremblay at the Princess Cinema, 7.30 pm, tickets $13 advance, $15 at door from the Princess, Dr. Disc (Kitchener) and Macondo Books (Guelph).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, October 4 (Thursday) * Princess Cinema: Lucie Blue Tremblay

Thursday October 4. Lucie Blue Tremblay at the Princess Cinema, 7.30 pm, tickets $13 advance, $15 at door from the Princess, Dr. Disc (Kitchener) and Macondo Books (Guelph).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 5 (Friday) * GOOD: Comedy Video Night

Friday October 5. GOOD comedy video night. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 6 (Saturday) * The Robin's Nest: Oktoberfest

Saturday October 6. Oktoberfest at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 6 * AIDS Benefit: Drag Performances

October 6. AIDS Benefit featuring a mixture of professional drag performances with a voluntary cover at the door. This event is supported and sanctioned by the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener-Waterloo and Area.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, September, centre pages.]

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1990, October 9 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Be GLAD: Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days

Tuesday October 9. GGLE presents Be GLAD: Bisexual, Gay and Lesbian Awareness Days. The speaker this evening is Svend Robinson (Canada's only "out" MP), in Peter Clark Hall at the University of Guelph, 8 pm. Or, Drop-In at UC536, 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 13 (Saturday) * Ed Video: Video Against AIDS

Saturday October 13. Viewing of Video Against AIDS at Ed Video. 10-12 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 13 (Saturday) * The Robin's Nest: Oktoberfest

Saturday October 13 ... Oktoberfest at The Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 14 (Sunday) * WOODS: Hiking

Sunday October 14. WOODS is going hiking along the Niagara Escarpment. Starts at 9:30 am. Call Lisa at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 14 (Sunday) * The Free Spirit Community Church: ACCKWA Guest Speaker

Sunday October 14 ... Larry McLean of ACCKWA is the guest speaker at the Free Spirit Community Church.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 14 (Sunday) * AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County: Benefit Concert

Sunday October 14 ... AIDS Committee of Guelph and Wellington County (ACGWC) presents Our Mission: OutLiving, OutLoving, OutLasting AIDS, a benefit concert from 3-4.30 pm at Chalmers United Church in Guelph.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 14 (Sunday) * GOOD: Horseback Riding

Sunday October 14 ... GOOD goes horseback riding. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 15 (Monday) * ACCKWA and the Waterloo Regional Health Unit AIDS Program: Secrets, a drama

Monday October 15. ACCKWA and the Waterloo Regional Health Unit AIDS Program invite you to attend Secrets, a drama about AIDS at the Humanities Theatre, University of Waterloo, 8 pm. Minimum donations of $5 is appreciated.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 16 (Tuesday) * GGLE and ACGWC: Hot Rap Workshop

Tuesday October 16. GGLE and ACGWC are holding a Hot Rap workshop, designed to eroticize safe sex. Geared to both lesbians and gay men. UC442, University of Guelph, 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 16 (Tuesday) * UW Cinema Gratis: Sex, Drugs and AIDS

Tuesday October 16 ... Multimedia educational display at the University of Waterloo Campus Centre, 10 am-2 pm. Evening presentation of the film Sex, Drugs and AIDS at UW Cinema Gratis.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 17 (Wednesday) * GLLOW: Coffeehouse

Wednesday October 17. GLLOW Coffeehouse, Campus Centre Room 110, University of Waterloo, 9-11 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 17 (Wednesday) * AIDS Awareness Week: Activities

Wednesday, October 17 ... AIDS Awareness Week activities:

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, Octobe 18 (Thursday) * Wilfrid Laurier University: Multimedia AIDS Educational Display

Thursday October 18. Multimedia AIDS educational display at Wilfrid Laurier University Concourse.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 19 (Friday) * Robin's Nest: Women's Night Out

Friday October 19. Women's Night Out at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 19 (Friday) * WOODS: Dining Out

Friday October 19 ... WOODS is eating again! Dining out Chinese-style. Call Lisa at ###-#### for meeting place.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 19 (Friday) * GLLOW: Dance

Friday October 19 ... GLLOW Dance at Circles, Kitchener's newest gay dance bar. Call the GLLOW phoneline for more information (###-####).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 19 (Friday) * Fairview Mall: Volunteer Fair, AIDS Display and Dramatic Presentation

Friday October 19 ... Volunteer fair, multimedia AIDS educational display and dramatic presentation at Fairview Mall, from 9.30 am-3.30 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 20 (Saturday) * ACGWC: Benefit Dance

Saturday October 20. ACGWC holds a benefit dance, OutDancing AIDS, at the Loft, 1 Carden St. in Guelph, 9 pm-1 am. Tickets are $5 advance, $7 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 20 (Saturday) * Fairview Mall: Volunteer Fair and Multimedia Educational Display

Saturday October 20 ... Volunteer fair and multimedia educational display continues at Fairview Park Mall in Kitchener.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 20 (Saturday) * ACCKWA: Community Dance

Saturday October 20 ... ACCKWA holds a community dance from 9 pm-1 am at Weaver's Arms Community Centre, Waterloo Cooperative Residence, 268 Phillip St., Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 21 (Sunday) * WOODS: Horseback Riding

Sunday October 21. WOODS goes horseback riding. This is for all those frustrated cow-womyn! Call Lisa at ###-#### for meeting details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 21 (Sunday) * GOOD: Horse Races

Sunday October 21 ... GOOD is off to the races—the horse races, that is. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 21 (Sunday) * The Robin's Nest: Country-Western Afternoon

Sunday October 21 ... Country-Western afternoon at the Robin's Nest, 4-10 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 21 (Sunday) * Free Spirit Community Church: Ian Taylor, Guest Speaker

Sunday October 21 ... Ian Taylor, district representative for the Metropolitan Community Church is the guest speaker at the Free Spirit Community Church. His topic will be "Inclusive Language".”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 23 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Social Night

Tuesday October 23. GGLE has a Social Night, UC 536.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 24 (Wednesday) * GOOD: Steering Committee Meeting

Wednesday October 24. GOOD steering committee meeting. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 26 (Friday) * KYDE Dance Co-op: Not a Halloween Dance

Friday October 26. KYDE Dance Co-op presents Not a Halloween Dance, a dance for women, 8.30 pm-1 am at the Royal Canadian Legion on Ontario St., one block north of King Street in downtown Kitchener. $4 at the door, sliding scale available.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 26 (Friday) * GGLE: Halloween Dance

Friday October 26 ... GGLE Halloween Dance at the Polish Hall, 5 Empire St., Guelph, 9 pm-1 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 27 (Saturday) * The Robin's Nest: Halloween

Saturday October 27. Halloween at The Robin's Nest. $4, tickets in advance only!”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 28 (Sunday) * GOOD: Games

Sunday October 28. GOOD Games Afternoon. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, October 31 (Wednesday) * GOOD: Murder-Mystery Dinner

Wednesday October 31. GOOD Murder-Mystery dinner. Limited availability. Call Steve, ###-####, for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

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1990, November * Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC)

This issue had 4 unnumbered pages, and also a one-sheet insert printed on both sides (a subscription form and an announcement of an AIDS-themed event). 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"), which advertized an panel of gay womyn infected and affect by AIDS. 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.

The front page of this issue was headed KW's "Special People" and the article gives profiles of the two people who were producing the Pink Triangle Community Calendar (PTCC): Lisa Simkins and Karen Davidson. It notes that Simkins had been a past president of GLLOW, co-founded WOODS (Women Out Of Doors), and came up with the idea of the PTCC; and Davidson was also a past president of GLLOW, and is a member of the KYDE Dance Cooperative. In addition, the article gives information about the production of the PTCC.

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); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November issue.]

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1990 November (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 November * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Effective Wednesday November 7, GLLOW Coffeehouses will be held in the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo, Room 104, 9-12 pm. Call the GLLOW phoneline at ###-#### for directions and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 November * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday is Womyn's Night on the GLLOW phoneline. As well, womyn are invited to drop in at the office for casual conversation and socializing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 November (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 November (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 November (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 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 November (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, formerly called 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 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 November (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, 1990, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 November (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, 1990, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 November (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, November 3 (Saturday) * Circles: Fashion Show

Saturday November 3. Circles is having a fashion show, featuring, among others, designs by Stitches and Le Chateau. Proceeds benefit ACCKWA. This event also kicks off the Tree of Hope campaign to raise money for AIDS research.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 6 (Tuesday) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality: Social Night

Tuesday November 6. Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds a Social Night. UC 536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 7 (Wednesday) * Princess Cinema: Eva "La Guerillera". A Movie and Discussion

Wednesday November 7. Eva "La Guerillera". A movie and discussion at the Princess Cinema, 6.30 pm. The story of women's participation in the guerilla movement in El Salvador, a country where the constant violation of basic social, political and human rights has forced the people to take up arms to defend their lives. Based on a real story. Speaker afterwards—El Salvadoran woman will speak about her life in the struggle for liberation.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 9 (Friday) * GOOD: Video Night

Friday November 9. GOOD holds a Video Night. Call Steve ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 10 (Saturday) * Womanly Way Productions: Ferron in Concert

Saturday November 10. Canadian favorite Ferron in concert at Convocation Hall in Toronto with special guest, Australian Judy Small. Phone Womanly Way Productions in Toronto for more information and ticket prices. ###-###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 11 (Sunday) * University of Waterloo: Judy Small in Concert

Sunday November 11. Australian singer-songwriter Judy Small. Come out and see this hilarious political feminist performer at the University of Waterloo Humanities Theatre. Show starts at 8 pm. Tickets $13 advance, $15 door. On sale at Humanities Theatre Box Office (###-####). Reserved seating.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 12 (Monday) * Woodsworth Books: A Reading by Three Authors

Monday November 12. Woodsworth Books presents Libby Scheier, Dionne Brand and Veronica Ross reading from their new books at 8 pm in the Seagram Museum. Free admission, but donations to the KW Sexual Assault Support Centre are welcome. Call ###-#### for more information. Don't know about Libby and Veronica, but Dionne Brand is a lesbian poet who says "I don't consider myself on any 'margin' on the margin of Canadian literature. I'm sitting right in the middle of Black literature, because that's who I read and that's who I respond to.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 13 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Open Forum Discussion Night

Tuesday November 13. GGLE holds an Open Forum Discussion Night. UC536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 15 (Thursday) * University of Waterloo: Loreena McKennitt in Concert

Thursday November 15. Loreena McKennitt in concert, 8 pm at the University of Waterloo Humanities Theatre. Tickets $15 advance, $17 door (###-####). Reserved Seating.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 16 (Friday) * Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts: Loreena McKennitt in concert

Friday November 16. Loreena McKennitt in concert at the Sanderson Centre for the Performing Arts in Brantford, 8 pm. See November 15 for ticket prices.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 16 (Friday) * WOODS: Lesbian Soap Opera

Friday November 16 ... WOODS screens the first two episodes of the lesbian soap opera Two in Twenty . Call ###-#### for location and to RSVP. $2 members, $4 non-members.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 17 (Saturday) * War Memorial Auditorium: Loreena McKennitt

Saturday November 17. Loreena McKennitt at the War Memorial Auditorium, Univerity of Guelph. See November 15.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 18-20 (Sunday-Tuesday) * Princess Cinema: Longtime Companion-a gay film

Sunday-Tuesday November 18-20. Longtime Companion, a gay film at the Princess Cinema. Times differ daily. Call the Princess at ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 20 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Dr. Gary Gibson, Guest Speaker

Tuesday November 20. Dr. Gary Gibson comes to GGLE to speak on relationships. UC 536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 20 (Tuesday) * WOODS: Bowling

Tuesday November 20 ... WOODS goes Bowling (for Dykes). 7pm, Waterloo Bowling Lanes, 14 Princess St.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 22 (Thursday) * Lesbians are Talking About AIDS: A Panel Discussion

Thursday November 22. Lesbians are Talking About AIDS: A Panel of Gay Women Infected and Affected by AIDS. At the request of the panel, this event will be womyn only please. Media coverage will not be permitted. For details, see insert.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 23 (Friday) * GLLOW: Dance at Circles

Friday November 23. GLLOW Dance at Circles, 9 pm-3 am. $4 non-members, $3 any Ontario-based gay/lesbian organizations, and $2 GLLOW members.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 24 (Saturday) * WOODS: Hiking

Saturday November 24. WOODS hikes the Grand Valley Trail from Kitchener to Chicopee. Call ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 27 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Games Night

Tuesday November 27. GGLE holds a Games Night. UC 536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 30 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Luncheon at Rink in the Park

Friday November 30. ACCKWA Luncheon at Rink in the Park. 20 local restaurants are donating food. 11 am-2 pm. $10 advance, and at the door. Tickets can be reserved by calling ACCKWA at ###-####. The theme for World AIDS Day this year is Women and AIDS. ACCKWA will have displays and literature focussing on this theme at the luncheon.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 30 (Friday) * The Robin's Nest: Dance

Friday November 30 ... Dance at the Robin's Nest sponsored by the Sno Hawks of the Women's Hockey League. Advance tickets $3, $4 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 30 (Friday) * GGLE: Dance

Friday November 30 ... GGLE Dance at the Polish Hall, 5 Empire Street, Guelph, 9 pm-1 am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, November 30 (Friday) * WOODS: Lesbian Soap Opera

Friday November 30. WOODS screens episodes 3 & 4 of the lesbian soap opera Two in Twenty . Call ###-####.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, December * 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.

The front page of this issue was headed 884-GLOW, and the article was about the GLLOW phone line, which the article asserts had been in operation since 1971. It describes the need for such a service and gives some information about what is required to keep it operational.

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); Gays Out Of Doors (GOOD); Guelph Gay Equality; Free Spirit Community Church; and Women Out Of Doors (WOODS). The Clubs listed were The Half and Half Club (Kitchener), The Robin's Nest (Cambridge), and Circles (Kitchener).

[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December issue.]

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1990 December (Tuesdays) * Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE): Social Meetings

Guelph Gay and Lesbian Equality (GGLE) holds social meetings every Tuesday in University Centre Room 536, University of Guelph, 8 pm. See Tuesdays in the Calendar for details.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 December * Gay and Lesbian Liberation of Waterloo (GLLOW): Coffeehouses

“Effective Wednesday November 7, GLLOW Coffeehouses will be held in the Modern Languages Building at the University of Waterloo, Room 104, 9-12 pm. Call the GLLOW phoneline at ###-#### for directions and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 December * Womyn's Night: Meetings

“Monday is Womyn's Night on the GLLOW phoneline. As well, womyn are invited to drop in at the office for casual conversation and socializing.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 December * Women's Dance at the Robin's Nest

“There will be no Women's Dance at the Robin's Nest this month; dances will resume in January.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 December (Thursdays) * Thursday Night Volleyball League: Games

Thursday Night Volleyball League at Eastwood Collegiate on Weber St E in Kitchener. Call Steve at ###-#### for more information. All are welcome.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "GENERAL NOTICES"]

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1990 December (Wednesdays) * 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 (Nov. 1, 15 &29). CFRU-FM 93.3.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 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 8-9 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 December (Wednesdays) * WomenSpin: Radio Show

WomenSpin, formerly called 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 6-8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 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, 1990, December, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS"]

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1990 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, 1990, December, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990 December (Wednesdays) * WomenWise

WomenWise on CKWR-FM 98.7, 97.7 cable, 10.30-12 pm Wednesdays.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages, "RADIO SHOWS".]

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1990, December 1 * World AIDS Day: Theme-Women & AIDS

Dec. 1. World AIDS Day. Theme-Women & AIDS. Further details to be announced. Contact Waterloo Region Health Unit - AIDS Program, ###-####, Dianne Roedding.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, October, centre pages.]

1990, December 1 (Saturday) * Adult Recreation Centre: Dramatic Readings from AIDS: The Women

Saturday December 1. Dramatic readings from AIDS: The Women (ed. Reider and Ruppelt). Stories of women infected and affected AIDS read by a group of women. 8 pm at the Adult Recreation Centre, 185 King Street South in Waterloo.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, December 1 (Saturday) * Cambridge Public Library: A Reading by Author Dr. Margaret Merrifield

Saturday December 1 ... Come Sit By Me, a picture book explaining AIDS to children aged 4-8 years, will be read by author Dr. Margaret Merrifield. For children and their parents, and anyone interested in what to tell young children about AIDS. Dr. Merrifield will answer questions and concerns following the reading. Cambridge Public Library at 10.30 pm, Waterloo Public Library at 2.30 pm. Watch your TV guide for an interview with Dr. Merrifield and Dr. Barbara Schumaker called "Talking with children about AIDS."”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, December 4 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Movie Night

Tuesday December 4. GGLE shows the movie Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt. UC536 at 8pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 6 (Thursday) * St Jerome's College: Montreal Massacre Memorial Service

Thursday December 6. Commemorative service for the victims of the Montreal massacre. 12.15pm at Siegfried Hall, St Jerome's College on the University of Waterloo campus. Call the Women's Centre or the Women's Issues Board at ###-#### for more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 6 (Thursday) * KW Sexual Assault Support Centre: Silent March in Memory of the Montreal Massacre

Thursday December 6 ... In memory of the Montreal massacre, the KW Sexual Assault Support Centre holds a silent march through UW and WLU campuses. Starts at 7.30 in the tennis court parking lots on WLU's campus, corner of King and University.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 7 (Friday) * WOODS: Lesbian Soap Opera

Friday December 7. WOODS airs Episode 5 of the one of a kind lesbian soap opera Two in Twenty. Members $2, non-members $4. Call ###-#### for location and to RSVP.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 7 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Christmas Dance

Friday December 7. ACCKWA Christmas Dance at the Robin's Nest. $3 at the door.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, November, centre pages.]

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1990, December 7 (Friday) * ACCKWA: Christmas Dance

Friday, December 7 ... ACCKWA hosts a Christmas dance at the Robin's Nest. $3 at the door, 9 pm-1am.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 11 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Egg Nog Night

Tuesday December 11. It's Egg Nog Night at GGLE! UC536 at 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 14 (Friday) * GGLE: Annual Potluck Christmas Dinner

Friday December 14. GGLE hosts its annual potluck Christmas dinner. As many of the detail are still in flux at printing, call the Gayline to get location and more information.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 16 (Sunday) * WOODS: Floradale Hike

Sunday December 16. Third annual Floradale Hike with the women of WOODS. Bundle up for their legendary snowball chase and brisk walk around the conservation grounds. Carpool meets at Frederick Street mall coffeeshop at 1pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 16 (Sunday) * The Robin's Nest: Country Christmas Dance

Sunday December 16 ... Country Christmas Dance at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 18 (Tuesday) * GGLE: Christmas Social

Tuesday December 18. GGLE hosts a Christmas Social. UC536 at 8 pm.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 18-22 * Starlight Express Touring Company: Performance

December 18-22. The Starlight Express Touring Company performs at Centre in the Square. 15 cast-autographed posters to be sold in the lobby at $50 each. All proceeds benefit ACCKWA.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 22 (Saturday) * The Robin's Nest: Dance

Saturday December 22. Last dance before Christmas and New Year's at the Robin's Nest (the club is closed December 29).”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 23 (Sunday) * Circles: Tree of Hope Campaign

Sunday December 23. Conclusion of the Tree of Hope Campaign at Circles! the club. Light bulbs are $5 each. Tom has graciously offered to donate an extra $500 if $1000 worth of light bulbs are sold. All proceeds donated to ACCKWA.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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1990, December 31 (Monday) * The Robin's Nest: New Year's Eve

“New Year's Eve at the Robin's Nest.”
[source: Pink Triangle Community Calendar, 1990, December, centre pages.]

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