Third Saturdays presented by Virtual Arizona Pride
The next Third Saturday event will be on Saturday, April 17.
Here’s the great lineup we have planned:
ALL DAY: Virtual Flash Mob Dance Class with Shannon Perkins
Last year, Ms. AGRA 2020, Charlie’s Phoenix choreographer and Virtual Arizona Pride board member Shannon Perkins kicked off our first event with a virtual flash mob dance class and she is back again this year! Available all day on YouTube.
11:00 AM: Drag Story Hour Arizona Hosted by Geo Johnson and Sassy C. Diaz
12:00 PM: Building Health Relationships in the LGBTQ+ Community Presented by Bloom365
How do we build healthy relationships? Let’s figure out how to identify red flags, caring vs. controlling behaviors, and barriers to seeking help while in an unhealthy relationship or friendship. We’re also discussing specific challenges that might present themselves to those in the LGBTQ+ community. Register here.
1:00 PM: Erasure and Resilience Presented by GLSEN Phoenix
This event will provide an overview of the experiences of LGBTQ youth of color in schools, with special consideration regarding the experiences of Black youth in schools. Register here.
2:00 PM: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona Information Session
Information Session for potential volunteers. Join here.
3:00 PM: Trans History in Arizona Presented by Arizona LGBT+ History Project
Does Arizona have any Trans History? We sure do! Trans flag, Nicolai de Raylan, Trans Ally flag, Two Spirit and much more. Join Kendra and Marshall for a chat about these and more. Hosted by Marshall Shore and Kendra Anne Tonana-Lizzarago. Available on Facebook Live.
6:00 PM: Virtual Arizona Pride: One Year Later
On April 4-5, 2020, in the scary early days of the pandemic, Arizona’s LGBTQ+ community came together to put on the first-ever Virtual Arizona Pride event to create a space for our community to come together in spirit if not in person. Now, on the anniversary of our first event, as it looks like there is light at the end of the tunnel, join the Virtual Arizona Pride crew and some special guest for a look back on the first Virtual Pride festival in the world and a discussion on building queer community in the time of COVID and what the future may bring. Available on YouTube and Facebook Live.