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Here’s Your Gay Desert Guide for the Weekend: Feb. 4–6, 2022

February 4–6, 2022 

Like the first flowers breaking through the winter snow harbingering Spring, so it is with a few events popping up in the Coachella Valley.

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Case in point, hundreds of LGBT softball players in 80 teams are gathering this weekend. I was speaking with the organizers of Modernism Week confirming that the signature event is on!

And the LGBTQ Community Center of the Desert reopens to indoor meetings and such on Monday!

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While a little quiet this weekend, the rest of February is chocked full of events, and we’ll be reporting on them here and on KGAY 106.5 Palm Springs.

For the latest, follow our socials @GayDesertGuide and @KGAY1065 and listen to KGAY Palm Springs wherever you may be!

Brad Fuhr, your Gay Desert Guide & KGAY 106.5 Palm Springs
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This Weekend in #ILoveGayPalmSprings
February 4–6, 2022

We’re keeping you updated on the weekend’s Top Events: Palm Springs Winter Classic Softball Tournament, Black History Month Local Events and Streaming, Drag-O-Rama at the Cultural Center, Johnny Mathis, Theresa Caputo, New Art Shows, Local Theatre…and more!

Read Brad’s Blog to Learn More!

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Winter Classic Softball Tournament

The 30th Annual Palm Springs Winter Classic Softball Tournament runs this weekend, February 4–6 at Demuth Park and Big League Dreams Sports Park. Eighty teams and hundreds of LGBT softball players will compete and the event benefits AAP – Food Samaritans. The public is also invited to attend an opening reception Friday, February 4 from 7–9 pm at Hunter’s Nightclub. More info

Black History Month

The Palm Springs Black History Committee invites the entire community to join in a host of fun and educational events throughout February, including an Awards Gala this Saturday, February 5, an Adult Basketball Tournament (Sat. Feb. 19), a Caravan through African American History in Palm Springs (Mon. Feb. 21), and a Parade and Town Fair (Sat. Feb. 26). Check out the full list of Black History Committee events [here]. Also, the LGBTQ streaming media network Revry has special programming this month. Learn more

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Drag-O-Rama

The Palm Springs Cultural Center presents Drag-O-Rama with your host, Rosemary Galore, on Saturday, February 5 from 5–8 pm. Drag-O-Rama is an exploration of the history of Palm Springs, through the unique lens of the best drag queens in Southern California. Marvel at the costumes and the illusions. Be thrilled by the things you’ll learn.This is a show in a theatre, accompanied by gorgeous visuals on the big screen. Get tickets

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