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The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center
Learn the history of LGBTQ bars, lounges, and social spaces in Greenwich Village while visiting the sites of existing and past landmarks. Due to high community interest, this is an encore of our sold-out August tour. >>>> TO ATTEND, YOU MUST REGISTER at
Due to high community interest, this is an encore of our sold-out August tour. Register in advance to avoid disappointment.
The cost for the limited size, 3-hour tour is $35 for guests; dues-paying Out Pro members, $25. <<<<
For decades bar culture has loomed large in the LGBTQ community. During this three-hour stroll, learn why bars have played such an outsized role in gay life. Join us as we tip back our glasses at four special gay/lesbian bars, on an entertaining tour of Manhattan’s most storied neighborhoods.
• Why did Village waterfront bars welcome the rougher side of gay life
ª Who was the woman who opened the first lesbian nightclub? How has she been immortalized?
• Which bar was the site of a major gay protest resulting in a famous court case years prior to Stonewall?
• What are the biggest threats to today’s gay bar culture?
During our walk, we will see the site of former LGBTQ bars, clubs, and speakeasies, and visit some of those that are open today. The tour stops for optional beverages at The Cubby Hole, Henrietta Hudson's, the Stonewall Inn, and Julius.
Today’s tour originated in conjunction with the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.
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Phil Desiere (shown above), founder of Walk About New York, is licensed by the city as a Tourist Guide. In addition to tours of such quintessential spots as Central Park, Phil has developed and leads the Gay Graves Tour at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark.
>>>> TO ATTEND, YOU MUST REGISTER at http://outprofessionals.org/hackyourfear You can attend the live event or watch the recording in your own time. <<<<
Public Speaking Coach Eduardo Placer of Fearless Communicators will help you overcome your fears of speaking in public.
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