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Out! Raleigh ends early due to weather damage

LGBT Center of Raleigh staff ‘resilient,’ focused on the future

After nine months of preparation, the seventh annual Out! Raleigh festival faced an unfortunate closure due to extreme weather. High-speed winds in the early afternoon of May 6 blew down vendors’ tents and threatened injury to attendees. Organizers decided to cancel the festival on Saturday, which was scheduled for 11 a.m.-6 p.m., at 2 p.m.

Out! Raleigh returns for 7th annual fest on May 6

Growing festival benefits LGBT Center of Raleigh

City Plaza welcomes back the Out! Raleigh festival on May 6, an annual event benefiting the LGBT Center of Raleigh. The festival is traditionally family friendly, with a KidsZone, live entertainers, local artists and vendors, and of course, a plethora of food options to make any foodie’s mouth water.

Triangle: Election impact, guy’s social, rainbow shirts, center award, sex-change protocols

Carolinas News Notes

The 2016 Election has had an impact on local, state and national levels, Triangle guys are having a social, The University of Maine recently wore rainbow shirts in support of the LGBTQ community when the team played Duke University, the LGBT Center of Raleigh received a GSK Impact Award and sex-change protocols have changed for the state’s staff and retirees.