Create a community for the gay women of Rehoboth that
embraces unity through education, the arts, social and
OUR FOCUS AND IMPACT
To provide resources, referrals and support for all women in our community, including our military veteran women and first responders who have sacrificed their lives so that we may live a better life as who we are.
Join Us April 21, 2024
Please arrive starting at 9AM
Ride is 10AM to Noon
All Bikers Are Welcome
$20 Per Rider
$10 for Passenger
Lead By- Cindi Brianot & Rene Toney
Meet at the Royal Farms in Harbeson Route 9 & Harbeson Road
26454 Lewes Georgetown Hwy. Harbeson
NO RAIN DATE SCHEDULED. IF CANCELLED BECAUSE OF RAIN OR YOU CAN NOT ATTEND PLEASE CONSIDER YOUR FEE AS A DONATION TO THE GROUP FOR FURTHER EVENTS.
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Force de Fem!
A tapestry of diverse performers to warm your winter and your SOUL!
The Gem Fatales
Dina Hall Band
DJ Shady Lady
Saxophonist PAMELA WILLIAMS
Comedian Jessica Kirson
Also available at:
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS
Yasmin Williams is an acoustic fingerstyle guitarist with an unorthodox, modern style of playing. Her music has been commonly described as refreshing, relaxing, and unique and has been called some of the most imaginative guitar music out today. She utilizes various techniques including alternate tunings, percussive hits, and lap tapping in her music to great effect. She has won various local talent shows, was a finalist in the Rolling Stones Young Gun guitar competition, was the Grand prize winner of New York University's Ultra Violet Live talent show, and won the Gold Prize in the Instrumental category of the Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. She has been featured on several radio and television programs including New Sounds Soundcheck Podcast, NPR's Weekend Edition Saturday show, NPR Night Owl, NPR All Songs Considered, Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, and WUSA9, along with high profile magazine features such as Acoustic Guitar Magazine and Vintage Guitar Magazine
b. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Williams began playing tenor saxophone while still very young and played in the Martin Luther King Jazz Ensemble at King High School in her home-town. In her teens she was already leading her own band, playing local clubs and building a wide-ranging repertoire that encompassed jazz, Latin, R&B and hip-hop. When she was 20 she began touring with Patti LaBelle, an engagement that lasted almost six years. In 1996 Williams’ recording of ‘Secret Garden’, a single from Saxtress, which featured singers Teena Marie and LaBelle, spent four months on the Billboard Top 25. Williams has also worked with Prince and has made videos with Barry White.
An immensely talented player, Williams has built an enviable following among a younger generation of listeners and has created a satisfying blend of smooth jazz and contemporary pop.
American history is blood-stained with the dehumanization of entire communities. Casting her own harrowing spell, singer-songwriter Sarah Peacock draws parallels between current events and the 1692 Salem Witch Trials with the title song to her new record, Burn the Witch (March 27, 2020). Finger-picking guitar work cleanses the throat as her voice swells to mimic the havoc strewn through time, as well as present-day strife along our southern border. Such raw intensity boils over onto the rest of the 11-track record, and while her style is not easily defined, her storytelling prowess is irrefutably potent and unnerving.
“Hopefully, this song inspires people to take a look at what’s happening in our world today and how we abuse people,” she says of the song, which is delivered as a “catalyst for hope.”
Peacock has a bedeviling way about her, particularly in the way she harvests such influences as Brandi Carlile and Heart. She even filters heavy metal band Metallica through a rootsy, acoustic lens to emerge with a silky, sticky musical web of her very own. “Keep Quiet” slithers from her bones in a similar sinister fashion, twisting her lyrical mechanisms even tighter, while “Mojave” flourishes with a vibrantly polished hook. Her voice always rises to the occasion -- switching between various styles as effortlessly as a chameleon.
Tickets for the event may be purchased at www.gaywomenofrehoboth.org or pay at the door if event has not sold out. Poker and corn hole must be preregistered. Limited spaces. If you pay thru Venmo there are no ticket fees. @gaywomenofrehoboth
3 DAY EVENT TICKET - $110 ALL ACCESS EXCEPT PAID GAMES
FRIDAY ONLY TICKET- $75 ALL ACCESS EXCEPT PAID GAMES
SATURDAY ONLY TICKET- $75 ALL ACCESS EXCEPT PAID GAMES
SUNDAY IS FREE FOR ALL EXCEPT PAID CORN HOLE GAME
PAY AT THE DOOR
GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILBLE FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS. $75 & $110. EMAIL US FOR DELIVERY
Check in begins for women's poker tournament and daily events -Poker attendees go to tables. Must be pre-registered with ticket for poker. Officiated by Poker Champ Dj BROOKE
Check in begins for Bingo. You may purchase ticket on line or pay $10 fee to play and 3 game card for $1 at the door
PAY AT THE DOOR
Coffee and food can be purchased in the arena
8AM Check in for event passes begin – available all day
8AM Poker Championship Check in
8AM Check in begins for LIVE Bingo- Attendees go to tables
9:00 am –Poker Tournament begins- process of elimination
9:00 am – 11am Bingo
11:30 Womens Film-Radical Harmonies
2:30PM Sound Check Auditorium Closes
5:30 Sarah Peacock
6:45 Dina Hall Band
8 PM Saxtress Pamela Williams
9:45 The Gem Fatales
Dance music opens with DJ Shady Lady until midnight @ Convention Hall
Radical Harmonies is a full-length documentary that chronicles the Women's Music Cultural Movement and its evolution from a "girl with guitar" to a revolution in the roles of women in music and culture. The movement gave birth to an alternative industry that changed women and music forever.
TIMES MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DEPENDING ON WHAT EVENTS ARE ADDED
PAY AT THE DOOR
8:00 am Check In begins for events
8:00 am Check in begins for LIVE BINGO. Attendees go to tables.
9:00 am -11 am Bingo hosted by comedian Karen Faber / PRIZES
11:30- 1:00 pm Open Mic / Sign Up online @ email@example.com. All talents welcome. The audience are the judges. Prizes presented to 3 finalists.
2:00 pm Auditorium closed for sound check
2:00 pm Auditorium closes for sound check
3:45pm Opening remarks by Charlotte King and Claire Snyder-Hall
4:00 pm E'lissa Jones Trio
5:00 pm Be Steadwell
6:15 pm Yasmin Williams
7:30 pm Vicci Martinez
8:15 pm Olivia Travel Auction
8:45 pm Comedian Jessica Kirson
10:00 pm - 12AM Dance with DJ Shady Lady
SUNDAY JANUARY 14
Cornhole Tournament honoring our women service members and first responders. All are welcome to play. You must preregister. Space is limited. Prizes for top 3 runners up!
Officiated by Rina Pellegrini
Tickets @ www.gaywomenofrehoboth.org
8:00 am Check In and tournament set up.
We honor our women service members and first responder’s w/ Debb Harrington retired Navy officer, Dana Paskins retired Air Force and other service members
9:00 am Let the games begin! Everyone please attend and cheer on the players!
1:30PM - 5PM TEA DANCE BEGINS WHEN CORN HOLE AWARDS ARE PRESENTED
There will be a full service bar open when the dance begins
Dance ends at 5pm and food will be served in the arena!
WE THANK OUR PREMIER SPONSOR OLIVIA TRAVEL FOR THEIR GENEROUS SUPPORT!
TICKETS ON SALE HERE-
The Rehoboth Beach Convention Center is handicapped accessible. For extra help or needs, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please notify us by Thursday January 11th. You may also call 202-256-7476
Hotel Accommodations are as follows, make sure you ask for GWOR or Women's Arts Project Special Rates when booking your room.
Inn at Rehoboth 36012 Airport Rd. 19971 (302) 226-0700 (Pet Friendly) Breakfast Daily
The Bellmoor Inn and Spa 16 Christian St. 19971 (302) 227-5800
The Atlantic Sands Hotel (Oceanfront) 1 N Boardwalk Ave. 19971 (855) 516-1090
The Breakers 105 2nd St. 19971 (302) 227-6688
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Rehoboth
Call for group rate-302-500-2415
COFFEE, BREAKFAST FOOD AND OTHER HOMEMADE SANDWICH AND GRILL ITEMS WILL WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE IN THE CONVENTION CENTER UNTIL 5PM EACH DAY. YET YOU ARE WELCOME TO VISIT LOCAL RESTAURANTS IN REHOBOTH AND BRING FOOD IN WITH YOU.
THERE WILL BE A FULL SERVICE BAR EACH DAY OPENING IN THE CONVENTION CENTER AFER 3 PM . SUNDAY OPENING AT 1PM
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN BEING A SPONSOR PLEASE EMAIL email@example.com
TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE. PLEASE DONATE TO A FRIEND!
WE THANK OUR GENEROUS SPONSORS FOR THE CONTRIBUTIONS AND SUPPORT! WE COULD NOT DO IT WITHOUT YOU!
OUR PREMIER SPONSOR OLIVIA TRAVEL
FURNITURE AND MORE
BUFFALO BUCKS COFFEE
DOLCE VITA PRODUCTIONS LLC
OUR GIRLS ARE ON FIRE FOOD SERVICE
MIKKI AND CLAIRE SNYDER HALL
STEPH AND DIANE
VALERIE AND CAROL
THANK YOU TO OUR DEDICATED VOLUTEERS!
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is a queer pop composer and storyteller from Washington DC. Be composes songs on stage using looping, vocal layering and beat boxing. Be's original music features earnest lyricism, and affirming queer content. Be's goal as a musician is to make other black girlies, introverts and weirdos feel seen and loved.
Three of the hottest vocalist in the Washington, D.C. area joined together to form a Disco group like you've never seen! These dynamic divas just so happen to be sisters! Their show consists of sensational dance moves while singing some of the best songs from the 70's and early 80's Disco era. This high energy Disco trio is the perfect act to set your party off with a bang!
Their act can be accompanied by musical tracks or a live band. The Gem's also incorporate some of todays music hits to their repertoire, giving your party a little bit of everything.
Vicci writes, sings and plays guitar with the touch of a veteran performer. Her live performances have received critical acclaim throughout the Northwest.
Martinez's inspiration comes from family as well as from musical figures like Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, and Dave Matthews and recent explorations of Van Morrison's hallowed catalog.
Vicci is as comfortable playing an intimate solo gig to headlining festivals and she has either opened for or shared the bill with artists ranging from Sting, Annie Lennox, Jonny Lang, Brandi Carlile, soul man, Syl Johnson to blues legend BB King. Vicci is a contestant on the NBC hit TV show, The Voice, which stars Christina Aguilera, Cee Lo Green, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Carson Daly, and is a finalist on Team Cee Lo.
Jessica Kirson is a powerhouse on stage. She’s a hilariously relatable performer of sheer silliness, vulnerability, and ridiculous characters. Her countless comedic character videos have racked up over 200 million views on social media. Her audience is multigenerational, creating an excuse for large groups of friends and families to spend a night out together. In an era where only 10% of all touring comedians are female, Jessica stands out as one of the strongest comedians regardless of gender.
Dina Hall is a songwriter, singer, guitarist, percussionist, and recording artist, rooted in Bethlehem, PA, USA. Hall’s original music sits perfectly alongside the songs that she chooses to cover–a dynamic blend of Americana-Blues-Folk-Rock classics–and feature her familiar voice on each one. Band members: Andy Killcoyne–guitar, Nick Franclik–bass, Todd Schied–drums, Rameen Shayegan–mandolin, guitar and vocal. Other projects include OPHELIA (with Beth Sherby) and side player for Andrew Portz.
Dina Hall has appeared as support for many notable artists, including: KT Tunstall, Joan Osborne, Marcia Ball, Willy Porter, Jeffrey Gaines, Seth Glier, Danielia Cotton, Cheryl Wheeler, Karla Bonoff, Jimmy Webb, John Gorka, Catie Curtis, Richard Shindell, Susan Werner, Chris Trapper.
E'lissa Jones is a beautiful singer, prolific songwriter, violinist, pianist, and guitarist. She is an exceptionally talented artist with a wide range whoser songs embrace audiences with powerful melodies and expressive lyrics. Influential styling ranges from folk to rock in her catalogue of over 250 original songs.
Born into a musically gifted family, E'lissa began singing and playing piano around the age of five. Jones wrote her first song at the age of seven and began studying violin at the age of ten. By eleven, she was writing love songs and short classical works for violin and piano. While classically trained as a violinist, E'lissa is largely self-taught as a vocalist and a plethora of other instruments she performs with.
E’lissa has toured the world as a backup singer as well as the exceptional artist that she is. Throughout her career she has performed and toured with many legends and has recorded and released six albums, Shadows from her teenage years (1997), This Melodie (2003), Anymore (2008), Sweet as the Sun (2010), Like Water (2011), CD Fire & Sun (2015), & her latest single Forever Girl (2017) . E’lissa’s music has been used in the soundtrack of the film Strings Attached and the film When the Dust Settles.