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Super Bowl Sunday Lady Gaga Brunch

Lady Gaga Brunch on Super Bowl Sunday at Kit Kat Lounge

Madam X Performs Live, Halftime Show Viewing Party

Sunday, February 5

Brunch, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Dinner and Lounge, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.

​Kit Kat Lounge and Supper Club will host a Lady Gaga themed brunch in celebration of her halftime performance ​at this year’s Super Bowl. On Sunday, February 5,

Diva Madam X will perform

​ as Lady Gaga intermittently from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Kit Kat’s mixologists  will ​shake up  Lady Gaga martinis ($7, all day) made with Stoli, Hpnotiq and pineapple juice, garnished with a glow stick.​
Guests may enjoy Chef JoAnn Witherell’s brunch menu, featuring chicken and waffles, Rice Krispie french toast, crab cake benedict, chilaquiles and more. With the purchase of any brunch entree, a cocktail package (bloody marys; mimosas; sangria; bellinis) can be added for $14.95 per person.

The complete brunch menu may be viewed here.

​Following brunch service, Kit Kat will show the Super Bowl halftime performance concert live on seven, state-of-the-art jumbo screens.​ Sunday’s specials include $7 Stoli martinis and a 33-percent discount off small plates (shrimp tacos; chicken satay; crab cakes; calamari; bacon wrapped dates; Japanese meatballs; bacon mac and cheese; sriracha glazed tempura shrimp).

​For table reservations, please call Kit Kat at 773-525-1111.​


Kit Kat Lounge & Supper Club

3700 N. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60657
773.525.1111

kitkatchicago.com

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Chicago AIDS Run Walk 2016

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August 13-14 Market Days booth  (details here)
September 9 Want your race packet mailed? Then, this is your registration deadline.
September 14 Team Supplies Order due.
September 22  RSVP deadline for Team Packet Pickup – RSVP to runwalk@aidschicago.org
September 25 Pre-registration Deadline
September 28 Packet Pickup **RSVP REQUIRED FOR TEAM PICK UP**
Email runwalk@aidschicago.org to RSVP
October 1 AIDS RUN & WALK CHICAGO at Soldier Field

Pre-Registration Fees – through 9/25/16
$30 Walker – online registration
$35 Walker – offline registration
$40 5K or 10K Runner – online registration
$45 5K or 10K Runner – offline registration

Note: An additional $7 charge will be added for those who choose to have their participant packet mailed prior to the race.

Race Day Registration Fee – 10/1/16
$60 Walkers, 5K and 10K Runners

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Zip Line in Chicago Feb 13-15

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So it’s not very high – not very long –  and it’s  COLD!  But hey, you can Zip Line  for free this weekend  in Millennium  Park.  Folks  will have an opportunity to enjoy the vacation-like thrill of zip lining right here in Chicago… in the chill of winter.

Florida tourism company Experience Kissimmee is taking its campaign to Chicago’s Millennium Park this month, where it will provide a 200-foot zip line for Chicagoans to enjoy among the brisk February air.

The company says the zip line will run from a three-story platform “down to a warm winter welcome below.” The company hopes the stunt will encourage Chicagoans to plan a vacation in Kissimmee, Fla., a city near Orlando that is known for several amusement parks.

The company’s zip line is free to the public and will be in Millennium Park from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Feb. 13-15. Experience Kissimmee is encouraging attendees to donate coats.

“For this campaign, we decided to bring some of the warm-weather fun to our freezing friends here in Chicago,” DT Minich, president & CEO of Experience Kissimmee, said in a statement.

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Catered Super Bowl Eats Chicago

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Tight Ends, Wide Receivers, Beyoncé, and Lady GaGa…. Nope nothing gay about this years Super Bowl.

Hosting friends  at your place?  GET FOOD  from  Revolucion  or  El Mariachi  in Lakeview.

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FANTASTIC GUACAMOLE,  fresh  Salsa’s, Fajitas  and MORE!

Since 1996, Mariachi Hospitality Group has evolved into an assortment of several different restaurant concepts, each with its own persona, yet, each with the same standard of excellence. The restaurant group has steadily grown in popularity thanks to the support of loyal patrons in the community.

 

We pride ourselves on our commitment to freshness, evolution, authenticity, and most importantly, the concept of family. As founders, Antonio Estrada and his 2 sons consistently work hand in hand with their dedicated management team in the quest for perfection by keeping their concepts exciting and on the cutting edge of the hospitality industry.

Revolucion Mexican Steakhouse 1-773-661-9893

El Mariachi Tequila Bar & Grill 1-773-549-2932

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Team to End AIDS

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For over 10 years, TEAM TO END AIDS (T2) has trained more than 5,000 athletes and raised $10 million benefiting AIDS Foundation Chicago and HIV/AIDS-related community charities.

Working with Fitness Formula Club (FFC) USA Track & Field/Triathlon coaches, T2 offers world class training programs for multiple endurance events.

T2 is about the journey as much as it is about the destination. Coaches, staff and athletes will help you train, fundraise and celebrate life, making your T2 experience unforgettable.

Attend an upcoming information session to learn more about T2!

 

ALSO

2015 was a big year for HIV! Not only were there huge advancements in science, but the epidemic also found its way back into mainstream media through art, pop culture and social activism. As we gear up for another stimulating year of progression towards putting an end to new HIV diagnoses, take a peek at these 10 tweets that tell the story of a big year in the HIV epidemic (in no particular order):

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LGBT Friendly Personal Trainers

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The gym I go to is about 10%  gay.

And out of 10 trainers, I know one male trainer is gay.

I know that only because someone who trained with him, told me! Some of the other trainers at my gym might be LGBT friendly….but how does one know?  I don’t want to work with some obnoxious testosterone filled male jock who has a thing against gay people.

If you’re going to invest time, money, and trust in a person to guide you in the right direction, then you need to make the right choice. If you want to find the perfect person to help you, then you’re right to be picky. Choose a trainer who will cater to your personal needs and learning preferences. While some people want to be pushed to their limits by a drill sergeant type, others are going to work better with positive reinforcement and gentle encouragement. Your trainer should fit your personality and motivation style.

Chicago entrepreneur Sam Provenzano launched Right Fit For You (RightFitForYou.com). He says, “I just really felt that there was a need for Right Fit for You. The client/trainer relationship is very intimate. Personal Trainers not only help their clients get into tip-top shape, but many of them become a client’s friend and someone they confide in and trust. If you aren’t comfortable and can’t truly be yourself with your Personal Trainer, chances are you will not reach your full potential.”

 

Right Fit for You, is the premiere LGBT-Friendly Personal Trainer Referral Service!

 

Right Fit for You wasn’t solely created because of a fear of running into a close minded Personal Trainer, but because I wanted to provide the LGBT community with an online marketplace of Personal Trainers that the LGBT community can relate to– no questions asked, no insecurities. At the end of the day, Right Fit for You is all about ensuring a comfortable personal training atmosphere for the LGBT community from beginning to end. Every certified Personal Trainer profiled on Right Fit for You will not only will help you get into shape, but will also identify as LGBT or as a straight ally to the community.

Although our focus is primarily geared toward the LGBT community — anyone is welcome to utilize Right Fit for You as a means to find the right Personal Trainer who will fit all of their needs and budget. So whether you are just starting to work out or looking to gain some muscle or lose a few pounds, Right Fit For You can help!

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Step 1: Search through their Personal Trainer database

Search their personal trainer database at no cost! All of the trainers are hand-screened and confirmed to be currently certified. All you have to do is enter your zip code and radius, and browse through the database. You  should read the trainer bio’s and pick the Right Fit For You!

Step 2: Contact Trainer

Send your goals and contact information directly from the site to your desired trainer. If he/she has their contact information listed, give them a call or send them an email to schedule a consultation with your personal trainer and get started on achieving your fitness goals. Tell them you found them through Right Fit for You!

Step 3: Tell your friends about Right Fit for You!

 

It’s  easy  and FREE!    Check it out today!   RIGHT FIT FOR YOU.

*If you are a personal trainer, looking to join Right Fit For You, here is the link with more information.

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College Football player from Barrington Comes OUT

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One of college football’s oldest programs has its first openly gay player.

Princeton offensive lineman Mason Darrow told Outsports.com in a story posted on Tuesday that he is gay. Darrow, of Lake Barrington said everything has gone well at home and school since he came out to his teammates and coaches.

“People will surprise you,” he said. “I was definitely concerned that people, teammates, would react poorly. I think in this day and age people really just don’t care about it. It’s really not a big deal anymore.”

Darrow is believed to be the only openly gay player in major college football right now. The 6-foot-5, 285-pound junior is expected to play in the Tigers’ opener Saturday at Lafayette.

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AIDS Foundation Chicago Walk Run Sept. 14th

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PRE-REGISTRATION ENDS TOMORROW on September 3 for the 2014  AIDS Run/Walk Chicago!

Sign up to join our community of passionate individuals and partner organizations gathering to support vital services for those living with HIV/AIDS in the Chicagoland area!
www.aidsrunwalk.org

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Gay Bowling Comes to Naperville

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Out Bowling is a LGBTQ and Ally bowling league that seeks to bring together the west suburbs of Chicago through fun times, good music, and sportsmanship.

This is perfect, for anyone 18 years and up, to enjoy a night out without having to go downtown Chicago or shuffle through a busy nightclub. Official code of conduct will be developed soon but this is meant to be a safe place for ALL LGBTQ and allies.

Don’t be afraid to sign up as a single bowler!! Teams are made up of two but we can find you a teammate for the season! How easy is that for meeting people?

Your best friend want to come but doesn’t want to bowl? We have plenty of seating behind all the lanes for everyone to sit in on the fun!

That can’t be very fun you say? Well every Thursday night we have karaoke in our full service bar! While you are bowling for that 300 your friends can be singing away! Don’t worry, you won’t miss out on the fun! Karaoke keeps going all night!

Please be sure to join the Facebook group or message if you have any questions regarding sign up or otherwise.

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Chicago Santa Speedo Run December 7th

Santa Speedo Run Supporting Center on Halsted

Sign Up to Run or Donate to Support the Local LGBTQ Community


Santa’s suit just got a lot less heavy.  On Saturday, Dec. 7th, the Most Fabulous Santa Speedo Run will raise money to support the Center on Halsted.  Over 250 community members are expected to brave the cold this year for their annual one-mile run through the heart of Lakeview, clad in nothing more than Santa hats and speedos!

The spectacle is being held at Sidetrack Video Bar, 3349 N Halsted.  Registration starts at 12:00pm, the 1 mile run begins at 2:00pm, with entertainment and prizes afterward.  Participants are encouraged to wear swimwear and a Santa hat for the event, but it’s not mandatory.  In fact, you’ll see a wide array of holiday costumes that are festive and sometimes hilarious!  Runners are asked for a minimum $25 donation to participate.  Donations may also be made directly to Center on Halsted.  The full donation for the event will support Center on Halsted.

For more information, or to register in advance, visit: http://community.centeronhalsted.org/speedo  or  www.mostfabuloussantaspeedorun.com

About the Most Fabulous Santa Speedo Run
The Most Fabulous Santa Speedo Run is an annual event organized by partners Karl Sponholtz and Jeff Colgan.  They are dedicated to helping the LGBTQ community with the support of their friends, families, and volunteers.  For more information please contact Karl (773)972-9292 or Jeff (773)9720-8292.

This post sponsored by:    City Suites ,    The Majestic      and the The Willows .
Family coming to town for the holidays?? 3 great choices in Boystown!

USE    CODE     BGC!!!!

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Chicago Fire LGBT Event Saturday September 28th

Even if you don’t like soccer – THIS IS GOING TO BE A FUN EVENT!
The Chicago Fire celebrate LGBT Pride Night at Toyota Park on Saturday, September 28 vs. Montreal Impact

The Fire will be selling two ticket packages with a portion of the
proceeds going to benefit Equality Illinois and the fight for marriage
equality.

TICKET INFO:
$20 Corner Kick ticket
$32 Corner Kick ticket + Coach bus transportation 

The event will include a pre-game tailgate and concert featuring Jess Godwin and Isaiah Grass in north end parking lot.


A
portion of all ticket sales will go directly to Equality Illinois and
the fight for marriage equality in Illinois. Join us for a prematch
concert, tailgate, and then party while watching the Chicago Fire take
on the Montreal Impact. Tickets which are regularly priced at $28 are
available for only $20, and if you would like coach bus transportation , the game ticket and bus ticket are paired
together for only $32!

-Busses are BYOB and will leave from the following locations
-AJ Hudson’s – 3801 N. Ashland Ave. – leaving at 4:30PM
-Galway Arms – 2442 N. Clark St. – leaving at 5:00PM

-Food and drinks can be brought, or purchased for a small donation in the North Lot
-Pregame concerts will begin at 5:00pm in the North Lot
-Everyone is encouraged to bring Pride Flags, banners, etc.

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Jocks in Drag benefit August 24th at Center on Halsted

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AIDS Run and Walk Chicago September 28th

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Area runners invited to help support life-saving HIV/AIDS care, prevention, and housing programs

 

WHAT:         More than 3,500 runners will lace up their shoes and join in the fight against HIV/AIDS during the 12th Annual AIDS Run & Walk Chicago, September 28. The AIDS Run & Walk Chicago is the Windy City’s largest annual fundraising run/walk for HIV/AIDS.

 

This year’s event kicks off at Chicago’s iconic Soldier Field with the 5K and 10K courses winding along the lakeshore.

 

Funds
raised through the AIDS Run & Walk will benefit programs and
services for the AIDS Foundation of Chicago and 34 other city
organizations that work with more than 25,000 people living with
HIV/AIDS in Chicagoland. Since its founding in 2001, AIDS Run & Walk
Chicago has netted more than $4 million to battle the epidemic.

 

To register, donate, or learn more, visit www.aidsrunwalk.org or call (312) 334-0946. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.  

 

WHEN:         September 28, 2013

                   8:00 a.m. Event registration and packet pick-up

                   9:00 a.m. Opening ceremonies

                   9:30 a.m. 5K Walk begins

                   9:45 a.m. 10K Run begins

                   9:50 a.m. 5K Run begins

                   10:00 a.m. Post-race entertainment

 

COST:        
Event registration is $30-$45 in advance; $50 on-site. Registration
includes the official t-shirt and other benefits. To register as a
fundraising individual or as a team, visit aidsrunwalk.org or call (312) 334-0946.

 

WHERE:      Soldier Field, 1410 Museum Campus Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60605

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National Gay & Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame August 2nd

The National Gay & Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame Board is proud to
announce the inaugural induction class, which will be the largest induction class of the NGLSHOF.  
The inductees range from organizations, straight
allies, former pro sports officials, activists, journalists, retired athletes
and current athletes. The inductees are Gay Games,
Outsports.com, Chicago Cubs, International Gay Rodeo Association (IGRA),
Anheuser Busch, Chris Kluwe, Brendon Ayanbadejo, Ben Cohen, Dave Pallone,
Justin Fashanu, LZ Granderson, Christina Kahrl, Dr. Tom Waddell, Chuck Dima,
Jerry Pritikin, Dave Kopay, Glenn Burke, Renee Richards, Billie, Jean King,
Martina Navratilova, Greg Louganis, Patty Sheehan, Andrew Goldstein, Jason
Collins, Orlando Cruz and Johnny Weir.
 
The induction of the
first honorees will happen on August 2, 2013 through a ceremony at the
Center on Halsted. Tickets are available at www.gayandlesbiansports.com. There
will be two ticket types, VIP and General Admission.  VIP $50,
will include a seat in the Hoover-Leppen Theatre and a VIP meet and greet
reception. The General Admission $25, will include a reception and viewing on
TV’s outside the theater. Both tickets will include a hosted bar and food. The VIP meet and greet
reception is 5:00pm-6:00pm. The
general reception is 6:00pm-7:00pm. The Induction
Ceremony is 7:00pm-8:30pm
The induction ceremony will be in conjunction
with Out at Wrigley on August 3, 2013 – the nation’s largest “Gay Day” at
a major league sporting event. Tickets for Out at Wrigley
can be purchased at www.outatwrigley.com

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National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame

 A hall of fame for gay athletes and allies is launching  in Chicago.

The nonprofit National Gay & Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame will
accept nominees beginning this summer. Its goal is to honor people and
organizations that have “stood up to stereotypes” and embraced gay and
lesbian athletes, said Bill Gubrud, executive director and board
chairman.

“We’re not just going to honor gay athletes, but other athletes who
helped those gay athletes along and provided a safe haven,” Gubrud said.

Read more at the Tribune

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Out at Wrigley Gay Day August 3rd, 2013

TICKETS ON SALE NOW! 

MTM Chicago, is excited to announce the return of Out at Wrigley, the
largest annual LGBT sporting event in the country. 
This year’s game,
which pits the Chicago Cubs vs. the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sat., Aug.
3rd, offers 150 fans the opportunity to purchase VIP Budweiser Patio
seats for $130.00 and an additional 300 seats in right field terrace for
$54.00. 
Tickets are available online at OutatWrigley.com 
“I am very excited about this year’s Out at Wrigley,” said event
organizer Bill Gubrud. “A finalist will receive a recording contract and
we will hold our very first induction ceremony for the National Gay and
Lesbian Sports Hall of Fame. It is becoming an Out at Wrigley Weekend.” 

National Anthem Contest!

Have you ever thought what it would be like to sing the national
Anthem in front of 40,000 people and in front of millions on tv?

Well, here is your chance! Out at Wrigley will be holding a
competition for one lucky and talented person to sing the national
Anthem on Saturday August 3rd at Wrigley Field.

Out at Wrigley will have at least four prelim event dates for you to
choose from to compete. There can be multiple winners at each prelim
event that will advance to the semi-finals. We will have a list of
competition dates for you to choose from!

For more information e-mail info@mtmchicago.com

The beneficiaries for the 13th annual event are the Center on Halsted
and the newly formed non-profit National Gay and Lesbian Sports Hall of
Fame.
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Best Gay Chicago’s BEST Baseball Kick Off Events

Baseball Kickoff
for Equality is just one week from today!

Tuesday April 3rd –
 Join EQIL at
Sluggers Sports Bar (3540 N. Clark Street) to celebrate Opening Day 2012. Enjoy cocktails,
light bites, and the chance to win door prizes! Baseball tix, anyone?

A $10 donation
includes 2 complimentary cocktails, light bites, and a drawing ticket.
Come meet some new friends and let’s celebrate the beginning of the 2012
baseball season! Get your tickets now for this fun event. 

We look forward to seeing you on April 3 at Sluggers!

THEN  …
Thursday  April 5th!
CREW  opens at 10:00 am of the Cubs home opener.
4804 N. Broadway

Stop by before the game for a complimentary breakfast and drink specials. Come back after to celebrate the Cubs win!

Fun starts  at  10:00 am with drink specials and breakfast. (while it lasts!)
Game time  is  at  1:20

(I never understood those add starting times….does anyone know why?)

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CREW Bar Annual Charity Chilli CookOff Jan 28

NBC 5’S WAYNE JOHNSON RETURNS AS HOST OF CREW’S 2012 CHARITY CHILI COOK OFF

 

Wayne Johnson, food and lifestyle reporter for NBC Chicago, will return as host of Crew Bar + Grill’s Annual Charity Chili Contest on Saturday, January 28th, from 12PM to 2PM.


The annual chili contest lets patrons sample eight different chili recipes for a $10.00 donation to the Edgewater based non-profit, Care for Real. Organized by the Edgewater Community Council, Care for Real is a volunteer operated food pantry and social services group supported by donations from the community. Prizes will be awarded for the best chili recipe, $100 in cash, and the category for best presentation of your chili, the “Nate Berkus award”, which nets a $50 Crew gift card.

 

Crew Bar + Grill

4804 N Broadway

Chicago, IL   60640

Crew Bar + Grill, located at Broadway and Lawrence, is Chicago’s premiere, award winning gay sports bar.  In 2010, Mike Sullivan and Mark Robertson joined the business as co-owners alongside Steve Milford and Brian Wells. Now well into its seventh year, Crew has become a fixture of the Uptown entertainment district with a mix of big games on over 20 HD, flat screen televisions and great food and drinks.

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Chicago Series 2011 – 35th Annual NAGAAA Gay Softball World Series is Underway


LAST NIGHT was the Official Opening Ceremonies for the 2011 Gay Softball WorldSeries!

The huge event was in the Grand Ballroom at  Navy Pier and it is estimated there were over 4,000 in attendance!



Athletes from around the country are here for a week of games and special events.  The games are  taking place at three separate complexes in Schaumburg, Elmhurst and St. Charles. Organizers say the games are expected to bring in more than $5 million in business to the city.


Nine Chicago teams are participating with at least one team in each division. The softball tournament consists of  150 teams from 41 cities in North American in five divisions.




 


Many of the athletes  will sing, dance, perform sketch comedy or show other special talents, at the annual NAGAAA Talent Show. This year’s event will take place in the Grand Ball Room at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare with all proceeds to benefit the designated Series 2011 charities.

* CHICAGO SINGER   Michael Scott McBride will be sharing his amazing vocals and music which  can best be described as ‘Gospirational’ with a hint of dance.


Emceed by: Tajma Hall,  You will not want to miss this year’s Talent Show. This will be like no other!


When: August 31, 2011
Show starts at 7:00pm
Where: Hyatt Regency O’Hare Grand Ballroom


Then –


Closing Ceremonies


SERIES 2011, INC. IS ‘TAKING IT TO THE STREETS’ 
FOR CLOSING STREET FAIR IN BOYSTOWN
 “Final Say” and “DJ Bill Bennett” Help Wrap Up
World’s Largest Annual LGBT Sporting Event


When: Saturday September 3
Time: 4:00pm – 10:00pm
Where: Waveland Ave in Boystown between Halsted and Broadway


 



 


The 35th annual Gay Softball World Series (GSWS), wrap-up a week of softball and social events with a closing awards ceremony and street fair in Boystown on Saturday, September 3, from 4:00-10:00p.m.

The event, which is presented in partnership with the Chicago Metropolitan Sports Association (CMSA), will take place on Waveland Avenue between Halsted and Broadway streets and feature local cover band Final Say and world-renowned DJ Bill Bennett. 


 



 


“We’re proud to partner with CMSA and the Northhalsted Business Alliance to close out a week of softball and social events in Boystown,” said Ted Cappas, President, Series 2011.
 
“We have received incredible support from the community and are especially grateful to our co-sponsor, CMSA, and Alderman James Cappleman, who understand the significance of this event for our community and our local businesses.”


Series 2011 plans to recognize all of the tournament’s championship teams during the closing event. Additionally, the Chicago Cubs (a Series 2011 sponsor) will welcome representatives from the winning teams onto Wrigley Field on Sunday, September 4 for a special recognition ceremony prior to their 1:20pm game against the Pittsburgh Pirates. That Sunday is also Pride Day at Wrigley, brought to you by the Windy City Times, a Series 2011 media partner.  

ALSO  ON SUNDAY – there is a post game party event at SIDETRACK.  Singer Michael Scott McBride will perform.





Admission is free for all Series 2011 participants and CMSA Members.

Sports enthusiasts and members of the LGBT and greater Chicagoland community are welcome and encouraged to attend the Closing Street Fair for a $5 suggested donation at the gate, which will benefit Series 2011 charity partners.

See more  photos  on 
OUR Facebook  Page


get up to the date news  on
GSWS Facebook Page



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Gay SoftBall World Series Week in Chicago 2011

 Gay Softball World Series  2011 Chicago!

Just  days  away!   Events  begin this Sunday, August 28th starting at CREW. 4804 N. Broadway. Celebrate the end of the Softball Season with a Beer Bust and Fundraiser for GSWS. 2pm – 5pm     Help out the Chicago Gay Softball World Series. It’s 3 hours of Coors Lite for $20. Raffle prizes too.


Opening Ceremonies   08.29.2011   @   Navy Pier – Chicago
Opening Ceremonies for the 35th Annual NAGAAA Gay Softball World Series will take place on Monday, August 29, beginning at 5:00p.m at the Navy Pier Grand Ballroom. It’s going to be  a huge star-studded event!    Admission to the Opening Ceremony is FREE!  But Donations will be accepted, $10 is suggested,  to support the Ben Cohen “Stand Up” Foundation.


Closing Ceremony   will be  Saturday 09.03.2011  @  Waveland Ave – Chicago
SERIES 2011, INC. IS ‘TAKING IT TO THE STREETS’  FOR CLOSING STREET FAIR IN BOYSTOWN
 “Final Say” and “DJ Bill Bennett” Help Wrap Up World’s Largest Annual LGBT Sporting Event
4-10pm.  

Admission is free for all Series 2011 participants and CMSA Members. Sports enthusiasts and members of the LGBT and greater Chicagoland community are welcome and encouraged to attend the Closing Street Fair for a $5 suggested donation at the gate, which will benefit Series 2011 charity partners.




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