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Drag Night Disco

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Are you looking for a Kiki?

Look no further...

We're putting on a Disco Fundraiser for the community with our friends at Groundfloor! We both have an ethos to build community in a time where it is crucial for social interaction. This is not just a Disco...in celebration of Pride month we're making it extra special with Drag Artists!

Proceeds from the night will be donated to (TENT), the Transgender Education Network of Texas. TENT is dedicated to furthering gender-diverse equality in Texas through education and networking in both public and private forums. Learn more at https://www.transtexas.org. Not only will you have a magical night but you'll also make a difference as you dance the night away.

The Theme: Groovy Glam

Drag Artists: Afrika America &...

DJ: DJ Magic Matt from 94.9

If you need inspiration think sequence, flare pants, and big hair.

We look forward to seeing you there!

About Groundfloor:

Jamie and Jermaine founded Groundfloor to rethink the lifestyle club. Founded in response to Covid-19 isolation, the pair believe that the post-Covid WFH world needs new hubs for connection and wellness.

They are committed to building diverse, accessible, exciting social spaces; reversing the historic biases from private social clubs of yester-year. Every Groundfloor is sustainably developed, repurposing a disused building, with local community partners at the core of our operations.

About Manny's:

The goal of Manny's is to create a place to go to engage in civic and political life. We're a place to go to watch the Presidential debates, to actually meet the people working on the front lines of social change, to discuss the issues that matter with policy makers themselves. On top of that, imagine a place where you can go just to hang in what feels like an extension of your living room. That's Manny's.

We offer our events space to nonprofits, activists, and civic organizations to do their work as well as host our own civic and arts-related programming. Our kitchen is run by Farming Hope, a non-profit that hires formerly homeless and formerly incarcerated individuals and trains them in the food skills needed to work in the restaurant industry. We are committed to the community, aspire to be useful, and welcome every single person into our doors with heart.

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