May 2014 Events

Saturday, May 3

IFCon YARD SALE  12 NOON – 4 PM at  Frank & Nicolas’  1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC

Donation Request for Yard Sale to Support iFCon.  The May 3rd yard sale is to raise funds for iFCon 2014.  If you have items you wish to donate, please contact members of the Sponsorship Working Group.

Roger Sucharski, RDSuchars@aol.com, 571-245-9502
Boun Wolpov, bjpwolpov@gmail.com, 240-4214113
Coleman Baker,
clbake@gmail.com, 703-915-4133
Takashi Yamashita,
QueerAsian4Bear@yahoo.com, 202-870-8099

Frank and Nicolas are hosting the April Potluck.   You can bring small items to the potluck if you wish to donate.  If you have larger items, let a working group member know.

Suggested Items

Dishes, glasses, pans, vases, any household items, DVDs, CDs, Books, etc.
Clothing does not sell well.  DO NOT donate clothing

Saturday, May 17

MONTHLY POTLUCK  6:00-11:00 PM at Rafael & Tinoon’s 5129 Portsmouth Road, Fairfax, VA

This is a potluck, please bring a dish or dessert to share.

Admission: with food, free; without food, $10.

April 2014 Events

Friday, April 18

MOVIE NIGHT.  8:30 PM at Frank & Nicolas’  1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC  featuring:
A Stranger By The Lake

Summertime in France. At a cruising spot for men, tucked away on the shores of a lake, Franck falls for Michel, but Michel has a regular lover. When Franck witnesses Michel killing his lover, he is shocked, but nonetheless his passion for this dangerous man overrides any sense of personal safety , and the two men begin an affair. Whilst waiting for Michel to arrive each day, Franck befriends Henri, an older man, who doesn’t fit in with the scene. Their friendship is not based on sex, but on conversation and a shared observation of their world and situation. As Franck and Michel’s liaisons continue with reckless abandonment, a policeman arrives at the lake as the body of Michel’s murdered lover has been discovered…
In French with English subtitles.

Saturday, April 26

MONTHLY POTLUCK.  7:00-11:00 PM at Frank & Nicolas’  1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC

This is a potluck, please bring a dish or dessert to share.

Admission: free with food, $10 without food.

March 2014 Events

Saturday, March 15

MONTHLY POTLUCK  7:00-10:00 PM
at Roger and Cuong’s 240 S. Reynolds St. #102, Alexandria, VA  (Call 703-823-3756 or email Roger at RDSuchars@aol.com if you need directions).

Roger has asked that attendees carpool if possible because parking has become more crowded. You may need to park in the back part of the parking lot.

This is a potluck, please bring a dish or dessert to share.

Admission: free with food, $10 without food.

January 2014 Events

the_big_gay_musicalFriday, January 17

MOVIE NIGHT.  8:00 PM.  At  Frank & Nicolas  1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC

The Big Gay Musical

When not playing leads in a musical called “Adam and Steve, Just the Way God Made ‘Em,” Paul and Eddie act out the story of their own star-crossed lives offstage. The recently dumped Paul just wants to stay in, while Eddie is still coming out.

NR – 2009 – 90 minutes

Saturday, January 25

MONTHLY POTLUCK  7:00-11:00 PM.  Frank & Nicolas 1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC

This is a potluck, please bring a dish or dessert to share.

Admission: with food, free; without food, $10.

For those concerned about parking, Frank and Nicolas will be home cooking so everyone is welcome to come anytime after 4:00 pm (when it is easier to find on-street parking)

Note: some of the streets in the area have parking for residents only on one side. Be sure you do not park on the residents’ side

November 2013 Events

Saturday, November 2

MOVIE NIGHT. 8:00 PM. At Roger Sucharski’s, 240 S. Reynolds St. #102, Alexandria, VA <<Click for Map.  (Call 703-823-3756 or email Roger at RDSuchars@aol.com if you need directions). Movie: “The Men Next Door”.

Soup to be served starting at 6:30 PM, if anyone is interested in coming early. Roger will have chili, Manhattan clam chowder, black bean (veggie) and maybe two other soups from 6:30 PM until about 8 PM for those who are interested.

Saturday, November 23

THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. 4:00-11:00 PM. at Frank & Nicolas’s, 1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC.

AFW will provide Turkey and Ham, please bring a side dish or dessert to share.

Admission: with food, free; without food, $10

Frank asked us to let you know that some of the streets in the area have parking for residents only on one side. Be sure you do not park on the residents’ side.

 

October 2013 Events

Saturday, October 19

MONTHLY SOCIAL. 6:00-11:00 PM at John and Win’s, Victoria Crossings, 6925 Mary Caroline Circle, Unit L (third floor), Alexandria, Va 22310 <<click for map. About a mile from Springfield Metro. Lots of visitor parking. Park in a visitor spot only. Call 703-298-8925 if you need directions.

This is a potluck, please bring a dish or dessert to share.

Admission: free with food, $10 without food.

September 2013 Events

Saturday, September 21

MONTHLY SOCIAL. 4:00-9:00 PM at Myron’s, 1102 Parkington Lane, Bowie, MD 20716 <<click for map. Call 301-218-1002 or 301-802-4067 if you need directions.

This is a potluck, please bring a dish or dessert to share. A grill will be available if you want to bring something that needs grilling.

Admission:  free with food, $10 without food.

 

Friday, September 27   (<<<< note date change)

MOVIE NIGHT. 8:30pm at Frank & Nicolas’, 1420 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC. Featuring: “WHITE FROG”

White-FrogSweet, sensitive, and maybe a bit sentimental. Booboo Stewart is a revelation as Nick Young who must simultaneously deal with great family loss, Asperger Syndrome, and alienation in his brother’s shadow (the “white frog” metaphor). B.D. Wong is outstanding as the family patriarch who struggles with new revelations in his seemingly perfect world. Amy Hill is terrific as the feisty, no-nonsense therapist Dr. King. Do not be fooled by the handsome teen idol cast; their supporting roles are worthy performances that perfectly balance the anxieties facing the Young family.

Director: Quentin Lee

Cast: Booboo Stewart, BD Wong, Harry Shum Jr., Joan Chen, Amy Hill.