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Asheville had an active LGBT Bowling League, years ago, and thanks to new transplants a revival has been achieved. Sky Lanes in West Asheville will be hosting the league. Check the Calendar for Summer League Bowling.  
All interested in becoming part of the league and bringing back bowling as a LGBT sport, sign up on the Meet Up Page and watch the Calendar for Meetings and future events involving the league. 

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Become a Volunteer in 2018
Western North Carolina AIDS Project provides boxes for
Families and Persons with HIV/AIDS as part of their outreach program in cooperation with Loving Food Resources*.  Many clients are unable to come and pick up their Food Boxes from LFR; so it is necessary to transport them.  

The need has increased in 2018.  WNCAP is looking for volunteers with reliable transportation to help every second and fourth Saturday from 9:45am-noon for Asheville/Buncombe county. 

If you can volunteer please contact Chris
 at 828-252-7489 ext.315
or email him at

* Loving Food Resources  (LFR )is our community Food Bank serving persons and families of persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Everything is done on a volunteer basis. For more information on how you can contribute or help volunteer at the food bank go to LFR

​November 10-15, 2018
JOIN US FOR An ASHEVILLE- BAHAMAS GET-A-WAY… GayAshevilleNc in conjunction with Great Expeditions travel announces their 2nd Annual Gay Group Cruise. 

Join fellow Asheville community members and friends as we sail to The Bahamas on a 5- day Cruise,
 November 10-15, 2018. 
Special per person Cabin rates are $259.00 for an Inside and $309.00 for an Outside Window, double occupancy plus taxes (port charges are included in price). 

Now you can afford to take a cruise and with friends and family. We sail from Jacksonville, Florida; a half-day drive from Asheville on Carnival’s Elation. 

You can reserve your cabin at these low rates for only $50 per cabin, which is totally refundable. 

Reservation deposits are due by March for these special rates. Complete details and reservation forms can be found HERE 

Non-Binary? Ze? The World of Transgender!

Monday, April 9th, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Kaplan Room at the Hendersonville Library, 301 N. Washington St. Hendersonville 28739, the Hendersonville PFLAG chapter will host trainers from the Campaign for Southern Equality. 

To help create safer communities for transgender and gender diverse people across the South, Campaign for Southern Equality’s team offers transgender sensitivity trainings.
This 90-minute training will include an overview of what ‘transgender’ means, reviewing vocabulary about gender, a discussion about why transgender sensitivity matters, an interactive Gender Jeopardy game, and a question and answer period!

The meeting will be facilitated by Ivy Gibson-Hill and Fletcher Page. Ivy works as the LGBT Toolkit Rights Coordinator with Campaign for Southern Equality, and Fletcher works as Campaign for Southern Equality’s LGBTQ Resource Navigator.
All parents, friends, and allies of LGBTQ community are invited!

For more information about Campaign for Southern Equality, please visit their website 

The Hendersonville PFLAG chapter invites all who wish to know more about LGBTQ issues. PFLAG is the original family and ally organization composed of parents, families, friends, and allies uniting with people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ), PFLAG is committed to advancing equality through its mission of support, education, and advocacy. 
A Few Cabins are Still Available at Special March Deadline Rate
 Asheville Front Runners and Walkers
founded in 2011 strives to carry on the tradition of many of Front Runner clubs around the world of giving LGBTQI and their allies a way to enjoy running while pushing forward in and celebrating the right for equality for everyone. We welcome all friendly runners, joggers and walkers - regardless of sexual or gender expression. 

 Each week we do 3-4 mile easy group run or walk. For runners, we have both a quicker and a slower group. Walkers will agree their own pace and walk 30-60 minutes. Pets are welcome (on-lead). Afterwards, we'll head out for brunch at one of Asheville's finest. 
When and Where: (Visit Calendar for Sundays)
Carrier Park, 220 Amboy Road. Meet at the Mellowdrome Race Track Visitor Center
Sundays, 10:00 AM
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