Glam Presents: Gayme Night @ Pride Center of Vermont
Nov 21 @ 11:00 pm – Nov 22 @ 1:00 am

GLAM’S GAME NIGHT is back every 3rd Wednesday!

BYOBG (bring-your-own-board-games), or dig through our own collection, and bring all your friends for an eve of all-level games like Cards Against Humanity, Giant Jenga, Tsuro, Gay-rades…. and more!

This month, being the eve of Thanksgiving, we encourage you to bring a dish to share, or just show up to enjoy the company of chosen family (GLAM-ily, if you will).
Potluck-style food & non-alcoholic drinks provided.

LGBTQLOL at Higher Ground @ Higher Ground
Nov 25 @ 1:30 am – 4:30 am

Kendall Farrell (Sirius XM, VT’s Funniest Comic 2015) hosts a musically infused comedy showcase featuring a variety of queer comedians from New York City and Vermont.

Anya Volz (The Hard Times, opener for Sasheer Zamata)
Brian Bahe (UFOlogy Podcast)
Josie Leavitt (Caroline’s, Seven Daysies “Best Comic”)
Kyle Gadapee (VT’s Funniest Finalist)
Reggie Condra (Brown N’ Out Podcast)
Suzan Ambrose (TNT Comedy)
+ special guests!

Kendall Farrell is a New York City based standup comedian from Vermont. His comedy has been featured on Sirius XM national radio and at comedy festivals across the country including the Women in Comedy Festival, the 10,000 Laughs Festival, the Rogue Island Comedy Festival, the Cream City Comedy Festival, the Waking Windows Festival, and the Green Mountain Comedy Festival.

In his home state Kendall won the Vermont’s Funniest Comedian Contest, was featured regularly at the Vermont Comedy Club, and was profiled in Seven Days for his work hosting some of the most popular local shows. In New York, Kendall has performed on some of the most acclaimed shows in the city including on Comedians You Should Know, Night Train, and at UCB and Union Hall. He also co-hosts the popular monthly shows “Living For It,” And “Scamp,” which have been featured in Time Out New York and the New York Times.

General admission seated show. All available seating is first-come, first-served.

Fenster (Berlin, Altin Village & Mine / Burger Records) at LCLS @ Light Club Lamp Shop
Nov 27 @ 2:30 am – 4:00 am

Waking Windows presents
Fenster (Berlin, Altin Village & Mine / BURGER RECORDS)
$5 Cover

Light Club Lamp Shop
12 N. Winooski Ave // Burlington, VT 05401

“The Room”, Fenster’s fourth album and their first release on Altin Village & Mine marks the beginning of a new chapter for the band. After releasing three albums, a feature length film, and touring extensively throughout Europe and North America since 2012, “The Room” serves as an entry point into their sonic evolution. The essential characteristic of the band is transformation – within and between genres, albums, and songs. Their sound is a window framing psychedelic, groovy, hypnogogic, playful pop.

Fenster is Elias Hock (DE) Jonathan Jarzyna (DE), Lucas Ufo (FR) and JJ Weihl (USA). Their mission in creating this album was to compose and arrange every song together in a room. It is an experiment in collective creativity that pushed all of them to transcend their individuality and create something together which is greater than the sum of its parts.

The songs were tracked live in a house where the band ate, slept, and played together. Often the songs were recorded without implementing a click track. They were intent on finding and locking into a human groove – one open to imperfection – while still maintaining a tightness between them. They wanted to make the songs feel alive – as if the listener were present in the room with them in the moment of creation.

Yas Mama, Shakira Tribute @ C'mon Everybody
Dec 2 @ 4:00 am – 9:00 am



Lit Club Presents: Trans and GNC Voices featuring Valentine @ Light Club Lamp Shop
Dec 11 @ 12:00 am – 2:00 am

Lit Club LOVES from Burlington and beyond! Come join us for a fantastic night of poetry!! We will be celebrating and highlighting the voices trans and GNC poets led by the vibrant and vital Valentine!

Valentine is a naturalized Burlingtonian organizer, artist, and poet. Coming from a working class, rural background, she draws upon her roots and her experiences to lend power, perspective, and passion to her poetry. Her work is often political, sometimes traumagenic, and can delve deep into some fairly difficult and bracing topics – but never without reason or compassion.

Meg Reynolds hosts. $1 at the door. Open mic sign-ups start at 7. We will be prioritizing the voices of GNC and trans poets throughout the night. Come to read and to support!

Free Days at The New York Hall of Science @ New York Hall of Science
Feb 1 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Looking for a great FREE / Affordable Date Spot? Check out The New York Hall of Science on Fridays and Sundays!

For schedules and updates:

Free Fridays, 2–5pm, and Sundays, 10–11am.

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