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NEWPORT — Rural Outright presents their next Let’s Talk program, “Beyond the Keyhole: Rural LGBTQ Community Oral History and Andrew’s Inn.” Join us on Thursday, Nov. 30, at 7 p.m. at the Newport High School’s Lou Thompson Community Room, located at 245 N. Main St. in Newport, NH. Andrew’s Inn was a gay disco, bar, restaurant, hotel, co-counseling site, and community space in Bellows Falls, Vermont from 1973-1984. Those involved were the state’s rural LGBTQ vanguard. Now, for the first time, the Green Mountain Crossroads’ (GMC) Andrew’s Inn Oral History Project is sharing the Andrew’s Inn story. GMC, Marlboro College and Vermont Performance Lab have collaborated on project. HB Lozito, executive director of GMC and creator of the Project, will discuss the history of Andrew’s Inn, share audio featured in the Project, and explain how this project fits into GMC’s broader work empowering rural LGBTQ community members.
For more information, visit www.tlcfamilyrc.org/lets-talk.