LGBT Cultural Celebration this Friday!

A Cultural History of KC’s LGBT Social Scene: from Nightlife to Daylight

Who: Phantoms of Kansas City

What: Stuart Hinds, Director of GLAMA (Gay, Lesbian Archive of Mid-America) will unveil the invisible history of Kansas City’s LGBT social scene in a fifteen-minute talk. During the talk, harpist, Celia Albon, will serenade those in attendance. The presentation will be followed by live music from the Eddie Moore Trio for the final hour. This is part three of an ongoing series of quarterly celebrations put on by the Phantoms of KC social club.

Where: Californos (ballroom), 4147 Pennsylvania Ave, Kansas City, MO 64111

When: Friday, May 30th, 5-8PM

Why: To offer a glimpse of Kansas City’s past in a non-academic, social setting in an effort to raise awareness of the invisible histories of KC that helped shape its current climate as well as its future.

Photo Opp: 100+ Kansas City enthusiasts mingling, partying, live harp and jazz music by young musicians, large representation of LGBT community members and leaders.

Phantoms of Kansas City is a social club whose ultimate goal is to encourage hometown pride by facilitating events that celebrate Kansas City.

Brian Noland, Founder Phantoms of KC (816) 506-1948

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