Gerber/Hart Library and Archives will not be holding regularly scheduled open hours on Thursday, November 27th due to the holiday. The following Saturday, November 29th, we will be hosting a potluck for anyone who would like to attend! If you are from out of town and visiting family and friends or you are dying to share a new recipe you've found, come join us in celebrating the community that we at Gerber/Hart feel so lucky to call our own.
We will provide a few basic dishes and participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring their own contribution. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the dish you will be bringing, if applicable.
Funding from Alphawood!
The board of directors would like to thank the Alphawood Foundation for their generous support of Gerber/Hart Library and Archives. We have been awarded a grant of $30,000 for general operations! The Alphawood Foundation has been a funder of Gerber/Hart for over eight years and we cannot thank them enough for their ongoing commitment to preserving the legacy of Chicago and the greater Midwest's LGBT communities.
Do you have a favorite board game that you don't get to play as often as you'd like? Are you looking for a discussion group for a book you just read? Are you looking for a way to get more involved with Chicago's LGBT community? Gerber/Hart Library and Archives is happy to announce an expansion of our programming efforts! Join us for the following upcoming one-time events at Gerber/Hart...
Upcoming One-time Events at Gerber/Hart
Author Talk with Jessica Null Vealitzek
Join local author Jessica Null Vealitzek for a reading and signing of her novel, The Rooms Are Filled, at Gerber/Hart on Saturday, October 11th at 4PM. This event is free and open to the public.
Book Talk with Lance Ringel
Attend a performance reading by Lance Ringel and Chuck Muckle of Ringel's new novel, Flower of Iowa, on Saturday October 18. The event will begin at 3PM at Gerber/Hart during regularly scheduled open hours. This event is free and open to the public!
Richard D'Ambrosia Reading
On Saturday October 25, Richard D'Ambrosia will discussing his new memoir Why Has All the Music Gone? at 4pm. Come support this local author and learn about the process one goes through to write a memoir!
Click here to see our upcoming recurring events such as our Game Night and Book groups.
Gerber/Hart Library and Archives
6500 North Clark Street • Chicago, Illinois 60626
(773) 381-8030 • email@example.com
hours: Thursdays 6:00–9:00 PM
Saturday Noon–6:00 PM
Gerber/Hart Library and Archives is supported in part by the Kicking Assets Fund of the Tides Foundation and by a CityArts Program 1 grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.
This page was last updated October 10, 2014.