Bounty of Black Pride events run all week
Several events running all week are part of Baltimore Black Pride. This year’s theme is “Legacy: Celebrating HerStory & HiStory.”
On Monday, a family law workshop on LGBT issues will be held at 7 p.m. It’s free, location TBD.
On Tuesday, Project S.E.L.F. for African-American Men is from 6-8 p.m. at Light Health and Wellness (112 E. 25th Street). It’s free.
Youth Expressions Karaoke is Wednesday from 7-10 p.m. at the Triple L (227 W. Chase Street) for ages 21 and up. No cover.
An exhibition from artist Lizzie Spaceship is Thursday from 6-10 p.m. called “Shhh … a Series of Paintings Showing Women Loving Women” at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Baltimore (241 W. Chase Street) from 6-10 p.m..
A free self-defense class will also be held Thursday at the University of Maryland (601 W. Lombard Street) in the Distance Learning Room (lower level). It’s free from 6-8 p.m.
“Status: The Runway Show — Fashion for AIDS” is also Thursday from 8-10 p.m. at the Museum Restaurant & Lounge (924 N. Charles Street).
Other events, such as a ladies’ happy hour, a meet-the-board event, cultural affair and ICONS awards and gala, and several religious services continue through next weekend.
Visit blackpridebaltimore.org for full listings.
Equality Md. has garden party Saturday
Equality Maryland is having its first-ever family garden party event, dubbed “Gala Under the Stars” Saturday from 4-10 p.m. at Samet Chateau (1000 Parrs Ridge Drive) in Spencerville, Md. (Montgomery County).
This family-oriented event has games, prizes, activities, a grill, desserts, live music and more. After 6, hors d’ouevres, cocktails, music, dancing and a silent auction will be held.
Visit equalitymaryland.org for details.
PFLAG Howard Co. has Sunday picnic planned
PFLAG of Howard County, Md., has its 12th annual family picnic Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. at Cedar Lane Park West off Route 108.
Those attending are asked to bring something to barbecue on site and a dish to share. Games will be provided for children. Dogs are welcome on leashes. A $5 donation per family is requested. Charcoal, cooking utensils, soft drinks, cups and plates will be provided.
Visit pflagmd.org for details.