This Week's Agenda from Loop Magazine

by / Mar. 1, 2017 12am EST

Stay in the Loop with this week’s LGBT happenings in Western New York presented by Loop Magazine

Rainbow Skate at Canalside — RESCHEDULED
6pm-10pm, 44 Prime St.

The family that (big gay) sings together also (big gay) skates together… and it looks to be a butt-load of fun! Presented by the fine folks at Canalside with support from Blue Cross/Blue Shield of WNY, there’s ice skating, curling, ice bikes, live DJs and food trucks – bring cash, it’s all ala carte, and organize your curling team (4-10 ppl) ahead of time. Mother Nature better cooperate this time.  

Isaac Julien Multi-screen Selections
8pm-10pm., Hallwalls, 341 Delaware Ave.

Presented as a collaboration between Hallwalls and UB, where out artist Julien is currently teaching a Master Class, this is a screening of three shorter films that employ a multiple screen dynamic: Three Multi-Screen Film Works by Isaac Julien Western Union: Small Boats (2007, 18 min.), Playtime (2013, 70 min.), and Baltimore (2003, 11 min.). It’s free to the public. 

ICOB 2nd Helping Spaghetti Dinner  
4pm-8pm, Troop 1 Hamlin House, 432 Franklin House St.

$10 gets you all the spaghetti and meatbawls you can shovel in your pie-hole, and it’s for a good cause since the Imperial Court supports so many worthy organizations. Save up your carb pennies and come eat like you always want to but rarely let yourself. 

Buffalo Indie Weddings Bridal Show
Noon-10pm, Foundry Suites, 1738 Elmwood Ave.

This super LGBTQ friendly wedding-expo-cum-cocktail-party (yup, you read that right) will feature the best of crafty local vendors and a Buffalovers Date Weekend Giveaway that attendees can enter to win, which includes a night’s stay at The Mansion amongst other goodies. Be careful – the turning lane for The Foundry on Elmwood has shrunk!  

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