Palm Springs Pride 2018The weather was beautiful and so was the turnout at Greater Palm Springs Pride 2018 held this past weekend! We are still recovering from all the fun but wanted to share a few photo highlights with you as we bask in the post-Pride glow.
Our Dip Into Pride Pool Party Kickoff at Hotel Zoso on Friday Nov 2 raised $5,000 to benefit Greater Palm Springs Pride!
The Gay Desert Guide booth at the Pride Festival was busy all weekend with folks picking up our latest Map & Calendar, signing up to receive our Oasis Insiders weekly newsletter, and entering to win tickets to see Lea DeLaria performing at the McCallum on November 8!
Note: If you were not our lucky winner, tickets are still available for Lea DeLaria–performing this Thursday–click here for more details.
At the Pride Parade on Sunday, we drove the Gay Desert Guide Nissan Leaf and were joined by YouTube celebrities Zach & Evan, soon to be married in Palm Springs. Check out Zach & Evan at youtube.com/zachevan and thanks to Steven and Ken for letting us borrow their fabulous T-bird!
Center Stage Gala Friday
This Friday, November 9 from 5:30–11:30 p.m., The LGBT Center of the Desert presents the Center Stage Gala with comedienne Kate Clinton as emcee. The evening will also feature the Palm Springs debut of singing and comedy brother duo Will and Anthony Nunziata, and a special tribute in the form of the Legacy Award for the late Palm Springs legend Dick Haskamp. Cocktails, silent auction, sit-down dinner, and after-party dance will round out the evening! Get Tickets
Election Night Watch Party
You might have heard that these midterm elections are kind of a big deal, and the Desert Stonewall Democrats invite you to come watch the returns at the Hilton Palm Springs on the evening of Election Day, November 6, from 8:00–11:00 p.m. Join Congressman Raul Ruiz, Assembly member Eduardo Garcia, Assembly candidate Deniantoinette Mazingo, Senate candidate Joy Silver and other local candidates for the results after the polls close. More info
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