Event Celebrating “Coming Out” Stories Happening Friday In Jamestown


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JAMESTOWN – An event to celebrate “coming out” stories during National LGBTQ History Month is happening this week in Jamestown.











Hosted by Jamestown Pride, in collaboration with the Fenton Historical Society and the Robert H. Jackson Center, the “coffeehouse” event is happening on Friday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Jackson Center in Downtown Jamestown.

The event aims to highlight stories of coming out to the LGBTQ community in Chautauqua County.







Anyone is welcome to speak and can sign up at the event during the open mic period.

In addition, there will also be featured speakers, other entertainment, coffee and snacks from the Labyrinth Press Company.





















For more information on the event, visit the Jamestown Pride Facebook page at facebook.com/JamestownPride.

 

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