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SATURDAY, July 18: Fairness Over Louisville at the Hyatt Regency Hotel

July 15, 2009

Got nothing to do this weekend? Get out your high-heel shoes and swanky jacket. We’re going downtown!

Friends and allies of Fairness Campaign are hosting “Fairness Over Louisville,” a night of fun, cocktails and entertainment way up in the sky at Louisville’s renown Hyatt hotel. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and drink specials as you rotate (literally) over Louisville. $20 dollars gets you in, but you are highly encouraged to donate as all proceeds go to Fairness. (And why not? Fairness has been fighting for your rights for a while, isn’t it time you honor them more with a toast?)

WHEN:
Saturday, July 18
8 PM-12 AM

WHERE:
Hyatt Regency Hotel
320 West Jefferson Street

HOW MUCH:
$20

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PRIDE 2009: Your complete round-up of this weekend’s events

June 17, 2009

Hi everyone! Unfortunately I will be out of town for this year’s Kentuckiana Pride Festival, so I’ve compiled a roundup of this year’s major events. Please note that you can visit the KPF’s Web site for more details. Happy pride month!

THURSDAY, JUNE 18

Friends of Pride Reception
When: 8 PM
Where: Belvedere (Between 4th and 6th St)
Why you should go: Come celebrate pride low-key style on Louisville’s beautiful Waterfront Park Plaza.

FRIDAY, JUNE 19

Kentuckiana Pride Festival Parade
When: 8 PM-10 PM
Where: Beginning at Tryangles (209 S Preston St); ending at the Belvedere
Why you should go: This parade will be like no other, as it celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and Fairness Campaign‘s 10th birthday!

SATURDAY, JUNE 20

Kentuckiana Pride Festival
When: All-day
Where: Belvedere
How much: $5
Why you should go: This is one of the BIGGEST events for GLBTQ people in the Louisville area. Need I say more?

Fairness Over Pride Party
When: 8 PM-12 AM
Where: Hyatt Regency Hotel
320 West Jefferson St
How much: $20 (all proceeds benefit the Fairness Campaign)
Why you should go: Let’s see … h’ordeuvres, cocktails and who’s who of Louisville, all in the iconic Hyatt hotel spiral? Not a bad deal.