Week of Events
This family-friendly drag brunch raises money for Iowa City Pridefest, happening June 18.
Enjoy tarot readers, palmistry, mediums, reiki, artists and craftsmen, food trucks, a bar, vendors, and workshops at this two-day event.
Learn from instructor Zanetta Hoehle about three ways to make a clasp that matches your wire work!. No experience needed. Register in person, via phone at 319 338-1566, or on-line. Fee includes instructions and supplies. Beading stations are distanced and masks are required. Demos projected onto a large screen.
You might have heard the term "non-binary" within the past few years, or perhaps "genderqueer" or the use of unfamiliar pronouns. This presentation shall explain these terms, what it means when someone claims them, and etiquette around non-binary people. K (they/them and she/her) is a hospice chaplain, wedding officiant, and textile artist. They have facilitated workshops for church groups that want to be more LGBTQIA2 inclusive but didn't know where to start, and they were on the diversity committee for the Embroiderers Guild of America. In undergrad they interned at…
This free event is for LGBTQ+ youth in the Siouxland area!
It's another night of adult entertainment at Varieties Nightclub in Davenport, with the theme of "grown and sexy." Expect the explicit!.
Join the Saddle Gurls every Friday and Saturday night at The Blazing Saddle for a different themed show.
Learn to use tools and gravity to shape beads, from Karen Kubby! You'll make a bicone and vase shape. "Lots of practice will lead to consistent results." Basic lampworking skills are required. Registration includes all materials, instruction, use of studio and tools, and annealing. Register in person, via phone at 319 338-1566, or on-line.
t of This two-part event, will help you find the tools to "support and surround LGBTQ+ people in every sector of this community, from health care facilities to small businesses, churches to school classrooms" writes The Project. Lunch included! Register here: https://givebutter.com/WycCgW
Use your peyote skills to make embellished leaves that are wonderful as a pendant, earrings, or a branch full of them cascading down a lariat. Instructor Karen Kubby will also offer modifications to make them thinner, wider, and longer. Basic peyote stitch skills are required; call for a private tutorial if needed! Registration includes all materials and instruction. Register in person, via phone at 319 338-1566, or on-line. Beading stations are distanced and masks are required. Demos projected onto a large screen.