Come join APIQWTC at the Dari Project Bay Area Book Launch Party!
Saturday May 18, 4-7PM
Join Dari Project, the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA), and the Asian Pacific Islander Queer Women & Transgender Community (APIQWTC) for the Bay Area launch of the first bilingual collection of LGBTQ Korean American stories!read more
Come camping with APIQWTC! Hendy Woods State Park features two virgin redwood groves- Big Hendy (80 acres, with a self-guided discovery trail) and Little Hendy (20 acres). The Navarro River runs the length of the park. Located in the middle of the Anderson Valley wine district, the 850-acre park is warmer and less foggy than redwood parks along the coast. The first 14 people…read more
Housewarming & API Equality- Nor Cal Fundraiser
The coolest place ever: 630 Thomas L Berkley Way, #507 Oakland, CA 94612
Help make this house a home by joining us for good drinks, good food, good people, and good times. We’ll spend the evening enjoying each other’s company and learning about the great work that API Equality – Northern California is doing.In lieu of a house warming gift, we are asking folks to please donate to API Equality – Northern California. This event is a fundraiser.read more
APIQWTC would like to invite you to celebrate the lunar new year at our 26th Anniversary Spring Banquet on April 20th. Come see old friends and make new ones. The food and performances are going to be fabulous!!! Location: Legendary Palace restaurant in Oakland’s Chinatown. 5:00pm to 11:00pm. Make your reservation today!read more
Friday, 4/12 from 6:30-8:30 in Berkeley
Meet new friends!
Eat yummy snacks and appetizers at Au Coquelet!
Hear about exciting upcoming APIQWTC events like the Spring Banquet & Hendy Woods Camping Trip
Wanna make me blush? Want other people to make you blush? Well here’s your chance. APIQWTC’s 2nd FRIDAYS, API EQUALITY -NC, and NQAPIA are coming together for our first open mic collaboration!!!! All audiences are welcomed. If you would like to perform, please send your NAME and PERFORMANCE piece to Betty Cao, LOCATION: 17 Walter U Lum Place San Francisco, CA 94108 [map] (ADA ACCESSIBLE) DATE & TIME: Friday, 3/8 from 6-8pm! Free admission! —- about us —– APIQWTC seeks to build an infrastructure to bring local API queer groups together to socialize,...read more
WHEN?….12-2pm Feel free to bring a lunch or snacks. Doggie treats will be provided! WHERE?…….Point Isabel Regional Shoreline is part of East Bay Regional Park District, located just past the Costco in Richmond, that permits off-leash activity. * MEET at MUDPUPPY’S TUB & SCRUB which is next to the Point Isabel Regional Shoreline parking lot. 1 Isabel Street, Richmond, CA 94530 If you are running late call or text us and we’ll tell you where in the park we’ve settled. The Point Isabel Regional Shoreline is ADA-accessible (paved and dirt paths, restrooms). You can find out more...read more
Our next Meetup is tomorrow 2/8, from 6-8 pm, at the venerable old-school Muddy Waters in San Francisco, just one block from 16th St. BART! See you there! We’ll take over the back area of the cafe! If the cafe gets too full, and we have to change location at the last-minute, call Joanne for the new location at (510) 495-0996 for the newest update! Muddy Waters, 521 Valencia (betw. 16th & 17th Sts), San Francisco, 94110 Phone (415) 863-8006 **note, this is a cash-only place** ADA-accessible. Do you want to find out about upcoming APIQWTC events, learn how to get involved, or just hang out with old and new...read more
APIQWTC is co-sponsoring… RISE BEYOND BORDERS at EL RIO! Date: Thursday, February 14th, 2013 Where: El Rio 3158 Mission St. SF 94110 (415) 282-3325 When: 6pm – 2am What: Rise Beyond Borders: The Official V-Day Flash Mob After Party in San Francisco. $3-$20 suggested donation. All proceeds benefit onebillionrising.org. for more information. URL: http://www.onebillionrising.org/page/event/detail/startarising/wrq7 This V-Day, unite with One Billion Women all over the world to Strike, Dance and Rise against Gender Violence!!! RISE BEYOND BORDERS is a coalition of political organizations...read more
September 4, 1964 ― December 22, 2012
Celebration of Christopher’s Life
SAT FEB 2 | San Francisco
Healing & Release Ceremony
SUN FEB 3 | Berkeley
In a wonderful display of unconditional support and an outpouring of love, many of us have come together to organize a memorial weekend that will celebrate and honor the life and legacy of Christopher Lee. On Saturday, February 2nd, we will hold a celebratory gathering at El Rio. This will be followed by a Healing & Release Ceremony on Sunday, February 3rd at the Center for Transformative Change in Berkeley.
Please join us for this memorial weekend as we honor, celebrate and send Christopher off in a loving and powerful way.read more