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Queer Girl Movie Night
1369 New York Ave, NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20002
is returning to Republic Restoratives
! We're back at DC's first queer-women-owned distillery, this time with a documentary to celebrate the birth month of one of our queer (s)heroes, Marsha P. Johnson! Join us Friday, August 17th at the small batch distillery and craft cocktail bar in Ivy City.
We're starting the movie around 8:00 to give the sun a chance to set, but join us at 7:00 to grab drink and snag your seat. This will be a picnic-style screening, so feel free to bring blankets, chairs, and/or pillows. Snacks, food (and bday cakes) are welcome, but outside drinks are not — the bar will have that covered
We want to focus on the representation of queer womxn in film, but this does not limit who is invited to this space. People of all genders, sexualities, and presentations are welcome!
About the name:
*We say queer girl/grrrl because we want to focus on the representation of queer womxn in film and create a safe space for queer womxn. All people who identify within the queer spectrum are welcome to attend!
About the space:
Queer Grrrl Movie Night will be held at the queer women-owned distillery, Republic Restoratives! It’s located at 1369 New York Ave NE, in Ivy City. Republic Restoratives is about a 30-minute walk from the NoMa-Gallaudet U Metro Station, and near the D4 and E2 bus lines. The D8 and S41 are also available a few blocks away. Movie Night is on the first floor in the distillery & is ADA accessible.
The film will be shown with captions. If you have any questions/concerns about accessibility, please message us! We will do all that we can to accommodate you.
All Ages. No Jerks. Please be respectful of the space.
Queer Grrrl Movie Night is free and always will be.
Invite all your queer pals!