• Fall Fundraiser
  • The Ferment of the Late ’70s: VD, Anita and Disco

    The late 1970’s marked a period of responses and engagements that nationalized the gay liberation movement on a new level. Though looking at responses to the spread of VD among gay men, Anita Bryant and the Save Our Children campaign, and the phenomena of disco, “Ferment of the Late 70s” explores how these played a part in laying foundations for being able to respond to developments in LGBTQ life and politics the 1980s and beyond.

    The Ferment of the Late ’70s
  • Games We Play

    Continuing through November 2017 in the Library Reading Room, Games We Play highlights LGBTQ-themed board and trivia games that began being produced in the 1980s. These include C’est La Vie, a lesbian version of LIFE where the goal is to get to the Lovely Lesbian Retirement Villa, Gay Weekend, where the player goes around the board picking up tricks, Gay Monopoly where players can buy streets in various gay neighborhoods around the county and instead of buying houses or hotels, the players purchase bars and bathhouses. Trivia games include Gay Trivia, D.Y.K.E. (Do You Know Enough) and That’s So Gay. The exhibit includes a brochure of trivia questions for you to take and share with others.

    Games We Play
  • Cartooning AIDS

    Continuing its run through March 2018 in Howard Brown Health Clark Waiting Room, Cartooning AIDS features the political cartoons of Danny Sotomayor and looks at how issues surrounding AIDS were engaged through political cartoons, comic books, trading cards, and ‘zines for the purpose of political critique, education, and awareness.

    Cartooning AIDS
  • Hagenhofer Exhibit

    Continuing its run in a condensed form in the Walgreens Pharmacy display area. John Daniel Hagenhofer who worked as a WPA artist, painter, illustrator, cartoonist, and designer. His collection includes over 70 drawings (the earliest from 1936), over 200 photographs from the mid-1930s, and correspondence with his brother from the early 1950s. The exhibit includes a selection of his art.

    Hagenhofer Exhibit
  • Curious to see what’s been happening at Gerber Hart? Board President Carrie Barnett and Mary Morten, President of the Morten Group,
    take us on a brief tour of the new location. You are invited to view a YouTube video of the tour.

    VIDEO
  • Come have fun and make some new friends. This is a recurring event, so check back for next month’s date and time.

    Game Night at Gerber Hart
  • Book Discussion Groups have been the cornerstone of our Gerber Hart community. Drop by for an engaging discussion and make some new friends.
    Men’s and women’s book groups are now forming. Contact info@gerberhart.org if you’d like to join or help organize.

    Book Discussion Slide