Share Your Rainbow Recipes To Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month, Check Out List Of Virtual Events

Friends of One Los Alamos and and Voices of Los Alamos are invited to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month by please sharing a recipe of a dish you WOULD HAVE brought to the Los Alamos Pride Rainbow Potluck if we’d been able to hold it this week. 
Consider sharing a food with a color from the rainbow for the theme of the Rainbow Recipes Booklet! But any recipe will do.
Send the recipe to by June 28 and we’ll compile them into an electronic booklet to share in July.
Here are some other events happening for Pride:

Thursday, June 11, 4:30 p.m.

It’s 5 o’clock Somewhere! Celebrate with Nashville Pride and learn how to make a simple yet stunning cocktail to enjoy at home from a local LGBTQI+ bartender.

Thursday, June 11, 18, 25, 7 p.m.

LGBTQ Short Speculative Fiction Series — Join us on Zoom for a book group beginning June 11 for three weeks and three short stories by queer authors. Read the story and join the discussion. Stories are available to read online. Attend all three if you wish! Each session focuses on one story. Hosted by adult services librarian Liza Rivera.

Story for Thursday, June 11: Madeleine by Amal El-Mohtar

Story for Thursday, June 18: The Starship and the Temple Cat by Yoon Ha Lee

Story for Thursday, June 25: Daniel Mallory Ortberg’s Short Short Story About Who Owns Beauty From ‘The Merry Spinster’

Friday, June 12, 7 p.m.

LGBTQ+ Friendly Game Night — Let the games begin! For more information, check out:

Saturday, June 13

Join Toronto Pride for Stay At Home Saturdays with programming beginning every Saturday afternoon and lasting into the wee hours!

Sunday, June 14, 12 p.m.

Zoom Life Drawing — Join artists from around the world for NYC-based gay Life Drawing Group. Link will become live Tuesday or Wednesday. 18+ event.

Tuesday, June 16, 7 p.m.

Read Books with Pride: A Night of LGBTQ+ Literature — Join library staff member Samuel Buelow via Zoom to let the Library help you find the perfect read for Pride Month. From classics you may not have known were LGBTQ+ themed to titles hot off the presses, join us for a night of reading recommendations.  Bring a book to share or just come to listen!