Sat., Sept. 23, 2017 • 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Ohio History Center, Columbus
Celebrate Ohio’s LGBTQ history with the Gay Ohio History Initiative (GOHI) and the Ohio History Connection. LGBTQ Community Day is a GOHI project designed to preserve, collect and share the stories of Ohio’s LGBTQ community by digitizing materials that represent the LGBTQ experience in Ohio. We will also be sharing Ohio’s LGBTQ past through a display of current GOHI collection items, special curator talks and exhibitors from Ohio LGBTQ organizations.
Beginning at 2:30pm, we are partnering with Equitas Health for a special showing of Kings, Queens and In-Betweens a nationally recognized documentary film that explores the thriving Columbus drag scene through the compelling stories of 8 performers. After the film, stay for a panel of performers in the film as they discuss drag, gender and life as a performer.
September 23rd can be a FREE admission day thanks to the Smithsonian Magazine’s Museum Day Live! Sign up here and receive free admission to Community Day events and Ohio History Center (does not include Kings, Queens & In-Betweens ticket)
Admission for Community Day events (excluding film) and Ohio History Center:
Youth (6–12): $5
Senior (60+): $9
Member & Child (5 & under): Free
Admission for Kings, Queens & In-Betweens:
$5 can be purchased individually or as an extra add on to Community Day admission (movie admission will be free for Ohio History Connection Members)
Purchase your admission to Community Day or Kings, Queens and In-Betweens or both! HERE
For updates and more information visit ohiohistory.org/LGBTQday or call 614.297.2476