5 Lesbian Things To Do In New York City This Weekend

Storytelling, dance party, maraca making.

Here’s our weekly roundup of lesbian events in New York!

Friday

Queering the Caribbean: A Taino Two-Spirit Maraca Making Class at 5 p.m. — This Taino maraca making class is being held Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. It’s a two-spirit safe space in which participants will choose a maraca handle and gourd, sketch a design, then carve it. Hosted by Abuela Taught Me.

Saturday

Yes Homo at C’mon Everybody (325 Franklin Ave.) at 4 p.m. — A daytime party with no cover in celebration of all things queer.

Snatch Saturday at Henrietta Hudson (438 Hudson St.) — If you haven’t been to the city’s oldest lesbian bar on a Saturday night, you’re missing out! Featuring DJ Culi, the dance floor is lit and the crowd is diverse.

Sunday

Queer Memoir at Caveat (21 A Clinton St.) at 3:30 p.m. — Queer Memoir is the city’s longest-running LGBT storytelling show, featuring amateurs as well as beloved veterans of the craft. “Because telling queer stories saves queer lives.” Tickets are $10.

Q-Nation International Women’s Day Tea Dance at Rebar (225 W. 19th St.) at 4 p.m. — Join the ladies of the tristate lez group Q-Nation at Rebar for a day of socializing and dancing, featuring celesbian DJ Susan Levine.


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