Photos from Purim Off Ponce, a costume party with proceeds going to SOJOURN. This year's event was held on March 9....
SOJOURN's annual Purim Off Ponce fundraiser is one of the highlights of all of the LGBT events in Atlanta and this year did not disappoint. The 11th go-round was Feb. 25 at Le Fais do-do in West Midtown, where ...
Atlanta-based SOJURN, the Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual Diversity, held its annual Purim Off Ponce party and fundraiser on March 7 at Le Fais do-do, while also honoring husband-and-husb...
Purim Off Ponce went “Beyond the Rainbow” this year for their annual costume party Saturday night at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center. Adopting a “Wizard of Oz” theme was a perfect fit to mark the classic film's 75...
Community, nightlife and entertainment events for the weekend and beyond
From an all-volunteer cabaret to help kids to a costume party that celebrates a Jewish holiday while supporting LGBT rights, the weekend of March 9-10 will be busy with benefits.
CHRIS Kids, a local provider of housing and services programs for youth, will host its Seasons of Love cabaret benefit March 9-10 at the 14th Street Playhouse.
The annual event, celebrating its 10th year, features cabaret singing and dancing from an all-volunteer cast and crew over two nights.
This year’s event, “Encore! The Best of 10 Years of Seasons of Love,” will relive many of the best moments of the fundraiser’s history. Some 35 numbers will be performed, ranging from pop to Motown to Broadway classics, says JD Kellum, a CHRIS Kids boardmember and performer in the cabaret.
Saturday event benefits the Rainbow Center
Final annual cabaret benefit for youth housing provider this weekend
The now annual costume party returns with Egyptian theme
The fifth annual Purim Off Ponce costume party on March 12 is going with an Egyptian theme this year and asking the Pharaoh to “Let My People Come Out.” The event is a fundraiser for the Rainbow Center, a Jewish non-profit with the mission of helping gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people of all denominations.
“The theme of ‘Let My People Come Out’ is a way to say let people be themselves regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity,” says Rebecca Stapel-Wax, executive director of the Rainbow Center.
Each year the celebration honors “mensches” — people who have done good work for the community. This year the honorees are Charlie Chasen and Beverly Korfin.