Outrageous Oral, Volume 12 – September 25, 2014

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Please join us for Outrageous Oral, Volume 12 – September 25, 2014,
in the Rose Room at S4 - 3911 Cedar Springs Road
Doors open at 6:30 – Program starts promptly at 7:00

      • Lory Masters
      • Cece Cox
      • Emma Colquitt
      • Dee Pennington, Mistress of Ceremonies

Stay for the Party
“Celebrating the Women in  Dallas History”

S4 – Granite Room – 8:30, or immediately following the program

Lite Bites, witty, fun conversation and memories!!

We are raising money to preserve our history with the help of UNT

ALL ARE WELCOME! SEE YOU THERE!

Hosted by the Women of The Dallas Way

Lisa Boule – Sherry Briggs – Ann Brown – Stella Hess
Evilu Pridgeon – Barbara Rosenberg – Kay Wilkinson

As always, our Outrageous Oral storytelling programs are free, but donations are appreciated to support our important collections and archives programs at UNT.

Watch videos of this Outrageous Oral event on The Dallas Way You Tube Channel.

Outrageous Oral is a program of The Dallas Way: a GLBT History Project.  We bring you storytellers from Dallas’ rich GLBT past who relate their often funny, poignant, and inspiring stories. Ours is a history filled with courage, dignity, nobility, and amazing victories.

About Our Storytellers – September 25, 2014

Known for its amazingly diverse and entertaining recollection of GLBT history in North Texas, The Dallas Way’s exciting storytelling series, Outrageous Oral, returns with three sensational speakers on Thursday, September 25, 2014, in the Rose Room upstairs at S4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road in Dallas.  Doors open at 6:30 pm.  The program begins at 7:00.

Outrageous Oral’s storytellers are long-time members of the GLBT community who share their inspiring, humorous and emotional experiences with an audience determined to let this rich history not be forgotten.

There is no charge to attend The Dallas Way’s Outrageous Oral events.  Donations are appreciated to support important collections and archives housed at the University of North Texas in Denton.  Each Outrageous Oral presentation is video-taped and archived in The Dallas Way collection at UNT.  Additional oral and written histories of people important to GLBT history in North Texas are also included in that collection.  Materials are being digitized to allow world-wide access to this significant history.

Please RSVP to attend this next installment of Outrageous Oral via The Dallas Way group page on Facebook.  If you haven’t already done so, “like” The Dallas Way Facebook page to receive a direct invitation to each future event.

The mission of The Dallas Way is to gather, store, organize and present the complete GLBT history of Dallas Texas.  The Dallas Way is a registered 501(c)3 organization.  All contributions are tax deductible.  For more information, visit The Dallas Way website at www.thedallasway.org.

The Dallas Way

The mission of The Dallas Way is to gather, store, organize, and present the complete GLBT history of Dallas, Texas.

The members of the Board of Directors of The Dallas Way represent 560 years of community service to the GLBT community in Dallas. If one were to add the community volunteers who have already joined to serve the mission of The Dallas Way, that number increases to 970 years. That’s nearly a millennium of community service.

We are a collection of Happy Historians who have joined together to ensure the GLBT community’s rightful place in the overall history of Dallas, Texas. And yet, with all of our knowledge and expertise and experience, we currently do not fully represent the extent, variety, or complexity of our entire GLBT community.

Our mission is incomplete without a representative story from each of the many areas of our GLBT community. Therefore, when we talk about us, we are conscious of our need to include ever more representatives; even those we have not yet met. We need your stories to complete our mission.

Our GLBT history is important because it validates our considerable efforts, and it celebrates our bountiful successes. Our GLBT history proves our rightful place in Dallas history, overall, and our substantial contributions to Dallas as a world-class city.