Past Calendars

Calendar 2016

Aug. 14
Smashing success with over 170 in attendance.

Summer Pool Party with LAGPA, SCLMA and LGBT Bar at the home of Liliane McCaine
(more info)

Oct. 9

Workshop — “What Forgiveness Can Achieve.” by RJ Molligan
(more info)

Oct. 15

LACPA booth

Oct. 29

Models of Pride Booth at USC

Oct. 30

“Becoming a Kink Aware Therapist” by Peter Chirinois & Caroline Shahbaz
(more info)

Nov. 13
The Conference was a sell out with 160 attendees.

21st Annual Conference
(Conference Brochure (PDF))

Dec. 4
A lovely event and great turnout!

Winter Social at the home of Mark and Robert in Van Nuys
(more info)

Calendar 2015

March 19
Good crowd!

LGLA Gala to which LAGPA is invited

April 19
Being Rescheduled for July. Watch for announcements.

Educational Workshop – “Lesbian Love Addiction
More Info

May 2
Nice, friendly bunch!

Lesbian Themed Movie Night Social

May 23
Crowd took up every chair. Watched the Brazilian gay film - The Way He Looks

Gay Male Themed Movie Night Social

June 7
Almost 30 people turned out for this very educational and important workshop. We may hold it again next year.

Educational Workshop – “PrEP & PEP
More Info

June 14
Lot’s of fun with convertible down the parade route. See you next year!

Participate in CSW parade

June 28
Being rescheduled. Watch for announcements!

Spring Fling sponsored by Rob Weiss. This is a women affirming event.

July 12
Thanks to everyone who showed up for this fun event in support of Outfest.

Outfest – Community Supporter –In the Grayscale. July 12, 2PM, Directors Guild of America. Call for discount tickets. Mention LAGPA. SYNOPSIS: this sexy, bi romantic drama takes a compelling look at life and love in the middle of the Kinsey scale as well as announces the exciting arrival of first time filmmaker Claudio Marcone.

Aug. 9
Another smashing success with almost 170 people attending for the fun, food, and networking opportunities.

Annual Summer Pool Part with SCLMA and LGLA from 12 Noon to 4 PM. Don't miss a fun get-together with wonderful Eats and Drinks. Last year, close to 170 members attended.
More details

Oct. 10
Good crowd!

Models of Pride booth at USC. Come help promote LAGPA and you can promote your own services to the over 1100 adolescents and parents who will be attending. Contact Travis for details.

Oct. 24
Great Success!

LACPA Conference where we host a booth. Come and meet many of your peers and network with centers that may need your services. Volunteers coordinated by Travis. Contact Travis for details.

Nov. 15
Another Successful Year!

20th Annual LGBTQI Psychotherapy Conference
More details

Dec. 6
Great and Festive Turnout!

Annual Winter Social at the home of Mark and Robert.

Calendar 2014

April 13
Sold Out!
“Doctor Anonymous” will run from March 27 to May 4 at 8 PM the Zephyr Theatre in West Hollywood. It is a play about the events leading up to homosexuality being taken out of the DSM in 1973, and also about gay conversion therapy. Come and join the fun. We can get a discount with a group of 10 or more.
April 12
Sold Out!
“Affordable Care Act” 2-hour workshop presented by Paul Waters and Fred Wilkey, Ed.D. Earn 2 CE credits for attending.
April 13
“Doctor Anonymous” will run from March 27 to May 4 at 8 PM the Zephyr Theatre in West Hollywood. It is a play about the events leading up to homosexuality being taken out of the DSM in 1973, and also about gay conversion therapy. Come and join the fun. We can get a discount with a group of 10 or more.
April 26
Good Turn Out!
Lesbian-Themed Movie Night/Social: Reaching For The Moon
an OUTfest favorite. Always fun. Everyone welcome.

Reaching For The Moon is a chronicle of the tragic love affair between American poet Elizabeth Bishop and Brazilian architect Lota de Macedo Soares.

Potluck at Chuck’s apartment. 7 PM, movie at 8 PM. Please RSVP. Limited to the first 10 people who respond.

May 24
Good Turn Out!
Gay Male-Themed Movie Night/Social: The Falls (2): Testament of Love
Always fun. Everyone welcome.

Chris and RJ reunite five years after coming out to their families and their church as gay men, where the factors that led to their separation are revealed as they mourn the death of their mutual friend Rodney. Excellent follow-up to The Falls (2012). Complex film about religion and being gay.

Potluck at Chuck’s apartment. 7 PM, Movie at 8 PM. Please RSVP. Limited to the first 10 people who respond.

July 12
Great seeing you all at the film!

Sat, Jul 12th 7:00pm Join LAGPA at Outfest for a screening of LYLE at DGA 1
DGA 1 | Directors Guild of America 7920 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, 90046

About the Film:

Logline: LYLE, Stewart Thorndike's sinister ode to ROSEMARY'S BABY, finds the perfect mom-to-be in Gaby Hoffmann.

Synopsis: LYLE, Stewart Thorndike's sinister ode to ROSEMARY'S BABY, finds the perfect mom-to-be in Gaby Hoffmann ("Girls," OBVIOUS CHILD). Her electrifying performance as Leah, a pregnant lesbian confronted by an unspeakable evil, brings out a primal terror that's difficult to shake. With dark humor and razor-sharp camera work, Thorndike takes audiences into a growing nightmare as Leah begins to question the motives of her partner, friends and neighbors.

  • $2 Discount to the screening for which you are a Community Collaborator for all your constituents. (A ticket buyer mentions they are a member of the Community Collaborator and the discount is given for the paired screening when they either call the box office or purchase tickets at our Box Office.)

Last year 40 of our members showed up for “Reaching for the Moon." Great fun. See you there. Be sure to stop by our table near the entrance to say hello.

About the Festival (Outfest Los Angeles):

Eleven days of world-class films, discussions, and parties. Outfest Los Angeles is the premier LGBT film festival in the world and has presented more over 5,500 films and videos for audiences of more than half a million people.

About the Organization (Outfest):

Founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest is the leading organization that promotes equality by creating, sharing and protecting LGBT stories on the screen. Outfest builds community by connecting diverse populations to discover, discuss and celebrate stories of LGBT lives. Over the past three decades, Outfest has showcased thousands of films from around the world to audiences of nearly a million, educated and mentored hundreds of emerging filmmakers and protected more than 30,000 LGBT films and videos. Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival is eleven days of world-class films, discussions and parties.

Aug 10
Annual Pool Party at the lovely home of Liliane Quon McCain. Joint event with SCLMA (physician group) and LGLA (attorney group).
Oct 18
Great Fun! Help us in 2015!
LACPA Conference—help us staff our booth at this local conference. Watch for announcement.
Good exposure to LACPA members.  Help us work the booth this year.
Nov 16
Almost 100 paid attendees!
19th Annual LGBTIQ Psychotherapy Conference.
Dec 7
Annual Winter Social.

 

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