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February 11th, 2023

11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Metro Deaf School

Join us for our Monthly Meeting

February 19th, 2023

Dendros, LLC

2642 University Ave W #107, St Paul, MN 55114

10:30 a.m. to 12noon

Breakfast/brunch potluck- Bring something to share.


We hope you will join Telling Queer History at our upcoming February storytelling gathering: Polyamory and Circles of Care & Connection! It's a virtual, all-ages, substance-free event that will be ASL interpreted and captioned. There's more information below- including links for you to read the full event post. You can get your tickets (sliding fee scale - $0-$50) at Eventbrite:

This upcoming virtual event is the third of four storytelling gatherings we are hosting during this, our 10th, program year. It makes a big difference when our community partners are available to share our events and help more people in the LGBTQ+ community find us. We aim to make every event special, a place where people can find a sense of community, wholeness and belonging.

Please share the word of this event among your networks. I have attached the PNG file for the event, in case you're sharing on social media such as Instagram. Feel free to be in touch with me for any questions: Lucinda Pepper,

We look forward to being in community with you!

Polyamory and Circles of Care & Connection

Sunday, February 12, 2023
2:00-4:00 PM CST

Virtual Event, All Ages, ASL interpreted, Substance Free, Sliding Fee Scale $0-$50

Summary: How do we create circles of care around us & live in circles of love that feel abundant? Join us to explore community, care, connection, & chosen love. Our February love gatherings were born from a need for community and radical love. Polyamory and chosen circles of care are queer ways of loving. Not all polyamorous people are queer, but there is a strong kinship with queerness because of the chosen relationship structure, which is outside of the norm in the dominant culture systems of the western, colonized U.S., which do not benefit our lives, our loves, or our ways of living As queer people, we have had to make our own families, so we really understand different ways of loving and choosing each other. Website event page: please share Facebook event page: please share Facebook link for Eventbrite page:

MDQ at Twin Cities Pride Planning underway: What have we been planning?

MDQ has applied and secured a booth.
MDQ will be offering 4 weeks of ASL classes to the Queer community in partnership with Twin Cities Pride.
MDQ will be seeking ASL Interpreters for Twin Cities Pride Festival weekend.
MDQ has applied to march in the parade.
MDQ is working with Twin Cities Pride to create accessible ASL videos with ASL talent/CDI.

Are you someone looking to volunteer your time? Are you an Interpreter who wants to work at Twin Cities Pride?

Check back after our Monthly meeting for more news!

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