May 16, 2013: The Project was happy to provide a display for the May 15 "Out in the City" event sponsored by ALIVE Magazine and hosted by the Missouri History Museum to benefit the LGBT Center of St. Louis. More than 150 people attend the event that raised more than $600 for the Center. The Project is a program of the Center. The Project is also working with the Missouri History Museum as they plan for a special 2014 exhibit that will celebrate the City of St. Louis' 250th birthday. More details to come.
April 26, 2013: On May 15, join Bud Light, Pinnacle Vodka, ALIVE Magazine and the LGBT Center of St. Louis at Missouri History Museum for St. Louis' most happening happy hour for LGBTs. This month's suggested $5 donation will not only get you two complimentary sponsored drinks but also directly benefits the LGBT Center of St. Louis.The St. Louis LGBT HIstory Project is a program of the Center and will have an educational display at the event. Non-alcoholic drinks are also provided.
May 15, 2013, 6-9 p.m.
Missouri History Museum in Forest Park
April 21, 2013: Happy 38th anniversary to Blue Max CC, who celebrated this weekend by hosting the Central Plains LeatherSIR Leatherboy contest.
Founded in 1975, the club has a history of contributing to charitable causes, and was the first leather club in St. Louis to admit women.
Over the years, the club has called the Red Bull, FACES, Clementines, Outpost/St. Louis Eagle, and JJs Clubhouse home.
Blue Max CC has recently provided the Project with access to its historical archives and we will be scanning hundreds of items for future research.
The Project was happy to provided display boards to document the club's history for contest guests to view.
If your St. Louis area club or organization has a special event coming up, please let the Project know so we can possibly help you celebrate with a historical display.