The Love Always Wins Edition
February 2017

 

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Going Places with Sherry McCamley & Will Reed 
Take a break from the winter blahs and treat yourself to an afternoon away from it all.  Cincinnati's own Sherry McCamley and Will Reed present a program of "travel songs" for the Valley Concert Series! It's all about the places around the world, and the reasons we want (or don't want) to go there. The program will include songs by Joni Mitchell, Stephen Schwartz, Geoff Mack, John Kander and Fred Ebb, Allen Menken, and many more. . . There'll be a few treats from Will Bake 4 Food too :)

Sunday, February 19th at 4pm - The Presbyterian Church of Wyoming - 225 Wyoming Avenue

 
Cincinnati Men's Chorus Celebrate Valentine's Day 

Many of us have exercised our newly granted rights to marriage equality but that doesn't mean it's all been fun and games. The drinks will be flowing as The Cincinnati Men's Chorus celebrate the ups and downs of love with a sometimes funny, sometimes touching, and almost always irreverent evening of music and laughter.


Saturday, February 11th - 7pm
The Cabaret Room at Below Zero Lounge - 1120 Walnut Street Downtown/OTR

For More Information and to Purchase Tickets 
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 The Chamber appreciates the support John Boggess provides our LGBTQ Community!
 
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Cincinnati Fusion Ensemble
You are invited to a night of music from Old Hollywood, Broadway, and love songs through the ages...with dessert, wine, and dancing. This event is a scholarship fundraiser and is GLBTQ-friendly.    

Friday, February 10th - 8pm

Donation is $30

RSVP here (An RSVP is helpful but not required)

The night features: Audrey B Luna, soprano; Mary Southworth, soprano; Gwen Coleman Detwiler, soprano; Daniel Weeks, tenor and Robb Feldhaus, Brad Caldwell, and Howard Helvey, pianists

Hannaford Hall of Calvary Episcopal Church in Cincinnati - 3766 Clifton Ave., 45220
Information: 513-304-5436 or
visit
www.cincinnatifusionensemble.org
 
Throwback Skate with Cincinnati Pride  
Join your friends on Fountain Square Saturday February 11th from 5-9pm and ice skate in support of Cincinnati Pride.  A portion of every ticket sold benefits Cincinnati Pride to help us make 2017 the biggest Pride yet!

Sunday February 11th 5-9pm - Fountain Square - Downtown
Please note:  Clip this graphic and bring it with you to Fountain Square - Cincinnati Pride only receives our portion if you turn in this ad with your admission.
Miss Red & White Pageant  
Join the Imperial Sovereign Queen City Court of the Buckeye Empire for a night of Pageantry and the  crowning of the 2017 Miss Red and White.
Saturday February 26th - the doors will open at 6:00 p.m. and the Pageant begins at 7:00 p.m.


The Cabaret - 1122 Walnut Street - Downtown/OTR -  Email for table reservations
 
The Rocky Horror Show  
Cincinnati Landmark Productions is proud to announce the production of The Rocky Horror Show as the next District Series show at The Warsaw Federal Incline Theater. Opening February 16th and running through March 5th, The Rocky Horror Show is an outrageously entertaining tribute to the B-movie horror films of the late 1940s! On a dark and stormy night, innocent fiancĂ©e's Brad and Janet have their lives turned upside down by Dr. Frank 'n Furter and his household of sexually adventuresome Transylvanians. When the good doctor reveals his artificially made, fully grown, physically perfect, muscle man named Rocky Horror, complete "with blond hair and a tan", the possibilities become endless and the party gets completely out of hand! And it's filled with endearingly weirdo, theatrically boffo tunes like "Dammit Janet", "I Can Make You a Man" and the classic Let's Dance the "Time Warp" Again!
 
Directed by Matthew Wilson with Music Director John Slate, Choreographer Angela Kahle and Production Stage Manager Jenny Lutes. The Cast includes:
 
Tyler Kuhlman (Rocky), Rodger Pille (Narrator), Matt Krieg (Frank-n-Furter), Marissa Poole (Magenta), Caroline Chisholm (Janet), Dakota Mullins (Brad), Dylan McGill (Eddie/Dr. Scott), Heather Hale (Columbia), Christopher Carter (Riff Raff), and the Phantom Ensemble includes: Kate Stark, Courtni Nicolaci, Michael Wright and Kyle Taylor
 
The Rocky Horror Show               
(Performances February/March, 2017)
Thurs. Feb. 16 - Fri. Feb. 17 - Sat. Feb. 18 - Sun. Feb. 19                 
Wed. Feb. 22 - Thurs. Feb. 23 - Fri. Feb. 24 - Sat. Feb. 25 - Sun. Feb. 26    
Wed. Mar. 1 - Thurs. Mar. 2 - Fri. Mar. 3 - Sat. Mar. 4 - Sun. Mar. 5                   
 
Wed., and Thurs., @ 7:30pm, Fri., and Sat., @ 8:00pm and Sun., @ 2 pm.
 
The Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre is located at 801 Matson Place, Cincinnati, OH 45204
 
Single tickets: $26 for Adults; $23 for Students and Seniors.
 
 
Cincinnati Landmark Productions appreciates the support of media sponsor CityBeat
Gay Movie Night
Join ISQCCBE Empress XXV, Molly Mormen  and Emperor XXV Scot Fromeyer as they host Gay Movie Nights at Tillies Lounge The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie begins at 7:00 p.m. There will be a $5.00 admission at the door, popcorn and soda included with admission.   Proceeds go to OutReels Cincinnati. Tell your friends, family and co-workers and join Scott & Molly and the ISQCCBE for a great night at the Movies!






This month's feature is "Too Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar" - the classic drag road movie starring Wesley Snipes, Patrick Swayze and John Leguizamo.  
 
Wednesday, 2/8 6:30pm 
     
Tillie's Lounge
4042 Hamilton Ave.
Northside
 
 
     Get PrEPed
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) can provide a high level of protection against HIV and is even more effective when combined with condoms and other prevention tools.  A PrEP study will be opening this winter at the University of Cincinnati.  If you are an MSM or TGW, HIV-, over the age of 18, living in the Cincinnati Tri-State area, and interested in being contacted when this study opens, please call Jaasiel @ 513-584-6279.   
Cincinnati Pride 2017 Planning Meeting 
Cincinnati Pride 2017 Planning Meeting

Preparation is underway for this summer's Pride 2017.  You are invited to get involved with Cincinnati Pride. Join us for the Cincinnati Pride 2017 Planning Committee Meeting on Sunday, February 19, at noon.

Held at Caracole, Inc. 4138 Hamilton Avenue; Cincinnati, OH 45223! Be part of your Pride!

Community Shares  
Enjoy this special fundraising event at the new modern luxury Hotel Covington to support Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati. Evening includes comedy with Sweet Biscuit, live auction with Brooklyn, DJ Thaddeus, and more. The event a carving station, two complimentary drinks, and cash bar.
 
Thursday February 16th 6-9pm
Hotel Covington - 638 Madison Ave, Covington, Kentucky 41011
 
Tickets $85, $115 at the door - Purchase Tickets Now
 
This will be Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati's one annual fundraiser for 2017. Please come out and support a great cause!
 

Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati is a partnership of 24 local nonprofit organizations building social and economic equity and a healthy environment in Gre ater Cincinnati.
As a 501(c) (3) Community Shares raises awareness and support for its member organizations through workplace giving campaigns, professional enrichment, community education, and a variety of innovative initiatives. The mission of Community Shares of Greater Cincinnati is building social and economic equity and a healthy environment
Caracole Walk/Run - Register Now 
Caracole's 5K Run/Walk for AIDS is a 5 kilometer fundraising event in the beautiful grounds of Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum located at 4389 Spring Grove Avenue.
 
Sunday, April 9th - Registration opens 7:30am - Walk/Run begins 9am  

Participants will run or walk (and sometimes both) 3.1 miles while taking in the stunning features of Spring Grove. Register and create a team today! Gather your friends and family and ask them to support your team and this wonderful cause!
 
For More Information and to Register Now!

All proceeds benefit Caracole, Cincinnati's AIDS Service Organization whose mission is to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS through housing, care, and prevention in the eight-county region of Southwest Ohio. 
What's Going on Tillie's Lounge 
  
CycleBar  
CYCLEBAR is SO excited for Rides on Sunday February 12th!!   Sign up for these rides is open now. Remember, these will all be Charity rides for the American Heart Association.  Riders will be required to donate a minimum of $15 to attend and we will be giving them 2 free drinks on us after their ride. 
 
The rides will each be 30 Minutes.  Schedule is listed below: 
 
4-4:30 - w/ Aiden
5-5:30 - w/ Nick
6-6:30 - w/ Drew
 
Sunday February 12th
Below Zero Lounge - 1120 Walnut Street - Downtown/OTR

For more information or to sign up, contact CYCLEBAR Hyde Park
 

 
18th Annual Music on The Avenue Series   
St. John United Church of Christ welcomes everyone to
the 18th annual Music on t
he Avenue Series. This series is our musical gift to the community, and features free concerts of jazz, classical, vocal, and instrumental music.  These concerts are free to the public!
 
2/3 - Cincinnati Children's Choir - Songs from Around the World
2/10 - Nancy James - Tribute to Rosemary Clooney
2/17 - Rod Stucky and Chris Wilke - Treasures from the late 16th to early 18th Centuries
2/24 - Phillips-Hofeldt Piano Trio - Favorites by Mendelssohn & Dvorak
3/3 - No Promises Ensemble - Jazz, Motown and Classic Vocal Pop  

Click here for more information  
Drag Queen Boot Camp  
Curious about drag?  Join the ISQCCBE for their first Drag Queen Boot Camp followed by an amazing Drag Mart. Learn all the tricks of the trade to becoming a Drag Queen and then go shopping for that perfect pair of shoes or costume!

Sunday, February 19th from 11am-4pm
The Cabaret - 1122 Walnut Street - Downtown/OTR
Anyone 14 and older can participate.  More Information.
 
What's Going on at Below Zero Lounge  
 
 
Queen City Sisters 
W
With vintage style and a touch of sass, their swingin' beat will have you tapping your toes and snapping your fingers. This a cappella trio dazzles audiences with their close harmony arrangements of songs from the 1930s, 40s, and 50s! Classic songs by Rosemary Clooney, Doris Day, The Andrews Sisters and more round out an entertaining song list.

Friday 2/10 8-10pm - Fairfield Community Arts Center.  Tickets and More Information. 

KY Fairness Rally 

In Kentucky, LGBT people can still be fired from a job, denied a place to live, or kicked out of a restaurant. RALLY with us for a Statewide Fairness Law!

7:30 a.m. Carpool from Fairness Campaign (2263 Frankfort Ave.)
8:30 a.m. Lobby Training in Capitol Annex (Room TBA) (702 Capital Avenue)
9 a.m.-1 p.m. Group Lobbying
1:30 p.m. Rally in Capitol Rotunda (700 Capital Avenue)

PREPARE by calling 1-800-372-7181 to schedule a meeting with your state Senator and Representative on Feb. 15 to support a Statewide Fairness Law prohibiting LGBT discrimination (the operator will help you leave your message). If you schedule a meeting, please let us know by contacting 502.893.0788 or Jamie@Fairness.org!

The Kentucky Capi tol is located at 700 Capital Ave., Frankfort, KY 40601. The Capitol Annex is immediately behind the Kentucky Capitol building.

83% OF KENTUCKIANS SUPPORT FAIRNESS!
www.FairnessCoalition.org for statewide survey results.

The Fairness Coalition includes: ACLU of Kentucky, Fairness Campaign, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, & Lexington Fairness.

More Information:
Cincinnati Arts Diversity Fair
 
 

 

 

  
  

 

Sutton Foster with the Cincinnati Pops 
Cincinnati Pops teams up with one of Broadway's biggest stars, the two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster ( Anything Goes, Thoroughly Modern Millie).
 
Star SearchFirst discovered on TV's at age 15, Sutton's impressive talent practically bursts from the stage. In addition to Broadway favorites, hear her sing selections from Cole Porter's iconic songbook on the occasion of his 125th birthday year.

Three shows - February 24th, 25th and 26th.  Click here for tickets and more information.   

HRC Gala 2017 
HRC Greater Cincinnati invites you to the 8th Annual HRC Greater Cincinnati Dinner. This wonderful night will be filled with friends and fun. Best of all, your participation is an integral part of driving equality in the Greater Cincinnati area.

Sunday, March 4th at JACK Casino Downtown
5:00pm - VIP Reception & Auction
6:00pm - General Reception & Auction
7:00pm - Dinner Seating & Program Begins
10:00pm - After Party Begins

Dress: Festive to Formal - all forms of expression are welcome.   
Links:

Wear Your Support 
February 2017 Shirt 
The ISQCCBE invite you to show your support to these important local organizations by wearing these exclusively designed t-shirts.  Each month, a new t-shirt will be on sale - you can even purchase a full set and take care a the full year's wardrobe at once!  Here's a link to order.    

 
PFLAG Cincinnati - Meetings  

PFLAG Cincinnati now hosts two meetings each month in two locations.
 
Second Tuesday monthly meetings start with a social period at 7:00 pm with the meeting from 7:30 to 9:30. They are held at Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church, 103 Wm. Howard Taft, Cincinnati 45219 . After announcements, introductions and the program, we break into small groups and share our stories.

Third Wednesday meetings are held from 7 to 9 pm at Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church, 6474 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati 45230. We start with small groups followed by the program.     
 
PFLAG is the organization for parents, families, allies and LGBTQ people united for equality ---
PFLAG Cincinnati is a 501(c)3 organization and not affiliated with any religious or political group. 
Great Events Coming Up


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Join Love Must Win at Applebee's in Crestview Hills, KY for a Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. Come out for some amazing food and help Love must Win raise funds to assist with the cost of our programs that we offer free to the community every month. The Love Must Win team and our volunteers will serve as your wait staff for the Breakfast. As always free hugs, free smiles, and great memories!

The cost of the breakfast will be $7. You can purchase a ticket by phone (859) 903-5428 or via message
on Facebook. A small amount of tickets will be available at the door but we suggest getting them early
before they sell out. Please contact us for any questions!

Saturday March 11th 8am-10am - Cost $7 per person
Menu: Pancakes, bacon, butter,s yrup, and drink (coffee,soda, tea, orange juice, or milk)

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The Coloring Club Group for Have A Gay Day was created to be a get together every month or two to come together and just color. A place that would be available for everyone in the LGBT Community and our Allies. This event is open for all ages but is geared more for Teens and Adults.  The event will be held at 10 W 2nd St, Dayton, OH 45402-1706, For more information - The Coloring Club  
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Join GLSEN and the The Carnegie for a twisted fairytale princess cabaret!

See DISENCHANTED in a pay-what-you-can preview the night before it opens to the public!

Poisoned Apples. Glass slippers. Who needs 'em? Join these fairytale princesses for an uproarious evening of irreverent humor and satirical snipes as they throw out their tiaras and start getting real. Snow White leads an all-star cast featuring Cinderella, Belle, Rapunzel, Sleeping Beauty, and many more in this not-for-the-kiddies cabaret. Forget the princesses you think you know. These ladies will have you rolling in the aisle with their piercing take on happy ever after.

Called "Delightfully rowdy, hilarious, ebullient!" by Theatremania and "Fair ... ytales with a sassy, modern
twist!" by Time Out New York, DISENCHANTED! has attracted sell-out audiences everywhere it's been
performed. It's sure to be a sidesplitting evening of theatre you won't want to miss.

Book, music, and lyrics by Dennis T. Giacino

TO CLAIM YOUR TICKETS:
No pre-reservations! Just arrive at the Carnegie no earlier than 6:30 pm to make your pay-what-you-can
donation and you're in!  Preview proceeds split between the Carnegie and GLSEN.

Playing March 25- April 9, 2017 - http://www.thecarnegie.com/wordpress/theatre/series
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Kathy Griffin @ Taft Theatre - March 24th

Kathy returns to Cincinnati fresh from releasing her latest book "Kathy Griffin's Celebrity Run-Ins" and ready to dish it out!

Friday 3/24 8pm.  Tickets and more information
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Experience the New-York based string quartet Well-Strung in their Cincinnati Debut hosted by CSO Spectrum!

With hits from Madonna to Beethoven, Well-Strung promises to deliver a sensational and irreverent evening of classical and pop music with a unique blend of vocals and strings. You'll quickly learn why The New York Daily News called them "the hottest thing with a bow since Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games."

WELL-STRUNG at the 20th Century Theater
SAT MAR 25 * 8 PM
General Admission Tickets:
$75 VIP includes post-concert meet & greet (free for Spectrum members)
$50 Main Floor
$35 Balcony
Get your tickets by visiting: http://cincinnatisymphony.org/concerts-plus-events/well-strung/

To learn more about Well-Strung and see videos visit: http://well-strung.com/


About LGBT: CSO Spectrum:
We are a close community of people who celebrate the arts and support LGBT artists and programs-all while having a fabulous time together! We invite you to join us as we gather and celebrate the arts at four unique experiences throughout the season.
Whether you are a music-lover, a supporter of the LGBT community, or just enjoy a good cocktail now and then- Spectrum has something for everyone!   
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GLSEN Prom & Safe Space Soiree - April 8th

Save the date for GLSEN's annual Prom (for teens) and Safe Space Soiree (for adults) - Saturday, April 8th - 7-11pm

Details coming soon! Start looking for that perfect pink ensemble!

Join our email list to get the latest updates!

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You are invited to the first annual Querent Conference. Querent is a queer spirituality conference for LGBTQI practitioners of alternate spiritual paths, their allies and supporters. 

April 14 - 17 Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
151 W 5th St - Downtown
 

For tickets and more information:  Querent 2017 
 
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Take Back the Night Walk Cincinnati - Thursday April 20th - Washington Park

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Take Back the Night (TBTN) seeks to end sexual violence in all its forms including sexual assault, sexual abuse, and incest. TBTN empowers survivors in the healing process, honors those who have not survived and inspires responsibility in us all. The goal of TBTN is to create safe communities and respectful relationships through awareness events and initiatives.
Join in on the annual Take Back the Night Walk at Washington Park (1230 Elm Downtown/OTR) on Thursday April 20th from 6:30-9:30pm. More information.

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Party Like Warhol - Weston Art Gallery - May 20th

For eccentric, uninhibited art lovers only: the event of the spring season is an all-night dance party, Pop, and shimmying madness at the Aronoff Center.

The evening starts at 7 p.m. with wine and cocktails leading into a late '70s disco-themed dinner by Jeff Thomas Catering at the Weston Art Gallery-site of the renowned artist Michael Scheurer's major solo exhibition. Scheurer partied with Andy Warhol in his New York days and still lives by the code of color and panache. Take a walk through the wild side in his 40-year retrospective, Signature Scheurer.

Daring style is de rigeur for this night out midtown. Grab your stilettos. Fright wigs welcome!

At 9 p.m. the lights go down but the moon rises onstage at the Procter & Gamble Hall with a recreation of Studio 54 by the outrageous Joe Rigotti of Accent on Cincinnati. Dancing and performances with soundtrack by the band Swampthang carry us through the wee hours.

Expect lots of mylar balloons, glitter, and bodycon outfits. And how could it be a party without a swing?

All proceeds benefit the Weston Art Gallery. Event Hosts receive VIP privileges and private banquettes in a separate lounge in the orchestra pit, plus more!

Email For more information- Party Like Warhol


Proud Scholars 
ISQCCBE Happenings
The Imperial Sovereign Queen City Court of the Buckeye Empire, Inc. (The Court) is a local, Cincinnati-based 501-(c)(3) incorporated non-profit organization. The Court's purpose is to raise fund for contribution to and in support of any and all charitable [minimum 501 (c)(3)] causes. The Court represents the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning, allied communities, and all concerned in support of community functions.
 
Resource for LGBTQ Youth

  
GLSEN Greater Cincinnati hosts a weekly Youth Group meeting.  The GLSEN Youth Group is a safe and welcoming space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth and their allies to gather. Each week the group explores a topic of interest to middle and high school-aged youth with an emphasis on LGBTQ issues. Youth group also includes weekly social time and a quarterly social outing or activity. GLSEN Youth Group relies on a series of youth generated ground rules to keep our space supportive and positive. We participate in days of action sponsored by GLSEN national and provide opportunities and resources for group members to organize actions in their school community, such as Day of Silence and Ally Week. - Click here for more details.

   
What's Happening in the Bars 

 
 
   901 Race Street - Downtown Cincinnati
   Facebook:  Bar 901

   Open daily 4pm - 11 pm
   Relaxing place to socialize plus drink specials
 
 


  701 Bakewell Street - Covington KY
  Facebook:  Bar 32

  Great Cocktails for All Walks of Life! Just a warm and friendly little
  neighborhood bar. Come in and relax


 
  1122 Walnut Street - Downtown Cincinnati
  Facebook:  Below Zero Lounge

  The Below Zero Lounge is an ultra plush martini lounge.  A
   selection of 100 vodkas.
  
      


  1714 Hanfield Street - Northside
  Facebook:  C&D Bar

  A longtime neighborhood bar in Northside.  Stop in and check out
 artwork on display from local artists
 


 
  1122 Walnut Street - Downtown Cincinnati
  Facebook:  The Cabaret

  The Queen City's Premiere Show Bar
  Shows every Friday and Saturday night at 11pm  -  Don't forget
  Tipsy Thursdays too!  
  

 
  901 Washington Street - Newport KY
  Facebook: The Crazy Fox Saloon

  Smokefree in NKY!  Neighborhood atmosphere featuring regular
  events like Drinking Liberally and Trivia Smackdown




  603 West Pete Rose Way - Downtown Cincinnati
  Facebook:  The Dock Complex

  Cincinnati's longest-running dance club!  3 complete bars, covered  
  smoking patio, patio lounge with volley ball court, best dance floor
   
  Dance until  4am!Showtimes after 11pm & 12:30am.


     
   404 W. Pike Street, Covington, KY 41011
   Facebook: The 404 Nightclub
 
Showcasing America's Music in the Heart of Covington's Historic District!  Open Friday and Saturday 5pm-1m.  Live music every Friday and Saturday 8pm-midnight. On the web at www.the404Nightclub.com.
     


                                            

   2401 Vine Street - Mt. Auburn (Near University Village)
   Facebook: Home Base Tavern

   Stop in once and Home Base Tavern  will become your new favorite
   neighborhood hangout!


  
 
    835 Main Street - Downtown
    Facebook: Main Event
  
   Tuesday Night Theater - Hosted by Bella Dolce with special guest
   performances each week. Dance floor opens at 11pm - dance until
   2:30pm. Show begins 12:15am.  No cover (with purchase). Ages 18+

   
                                   
       
 13 Old Street - Monroe
  Facebook:  Old Street Saloon

 Friendliest little bar up North!  Open Weds-Sat featuring Happy Hour 
 from 8-9pm. Karaoke on the 1st and 3rd Fridays; Drag shows Friday
 and Saturday Night.  4th Friday Drag Show by the ISQCCBE


 
  
  643 Bakewell Street - Covington, KY
  Facebook:  Rosie's Tavern

  Covington's neighborhood tradition - great friends and great drinks
  Rosie's always has free pool, $6 domestic pitchers & $2 wells on
  Monday & KY Bourbon $5.50 a shot on Tuesdays

 
 
  4042 Hamilton Avenue - Northside
  Facebook:  Tillie's Lounge

  Cincinnati's newest lounge features plush decor, intimate seating
 arrangements and a massive chandelier over a baby grand piano. 
 Live music on Saturday night; Karaoke on Sunday night.
  
 

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We are here to serve you and help you grow your business by promoting your business to the Greater Cincinnati GLBT community. We invite you to become a member of the Gay Chamber and be a part of building an even stronger network of gay-owned and gay-friendly businesses.  

 

As we build our membership base, we are pleased to welcome you with special reduced membership dues to join the Gay Chamber. Simply fill out the information below so that we can update our records. This can also be done online at our website: gaychambercincinnati.com.  

 

Membership benefits include:

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  • Exclusive member networking and social events
  • Free listing in monthly Chamber Newsletter to publicize your upcoming events and services
  • Exclusive member discounts and benefits are being added regularly - stay up with the latest details at gaychambercincinnati.com.

We value your membership and encourage you to attend Chamber events and reach out to your fellow members. Here's how to contact us:

 

Greater Cincinnati Gay Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 141461

Cincinnati, OH 45250-1461

membership@gaychambercincinnati.com

 

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