A Lil' Ole Bitty Pissant Country Place! Charlie's Las Vegas features Country Music, Line Dancing and Nightly Drink Specials.Charlie's is located on Arville and Tropicana just minutes from the Famous Las Vegas Strip.
FLEX Cocktail Lounge is THE place Las Vegas Locals and Tourists alike go to meet in a relaxing Bar/Dance Club with a small town feel. They are located on the West side of town at W. Charleston and Arville, just 4 miles from Downtown and the Strip.
The Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada, a community-based organization, supports and promotes activities directed at furthering the well-being, positive image, and human rights of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community, its allies, and low to moderate income residents in Southern Nevada.
Golden Rainbow is a grass roots organization, founded by members of the entertainment industry who saw the need to provide housing for people with HIV/AIDS when one of their own was forced to live and die in a garage. Entertainers, doing what they do best, put together their first show to raise money for this worthwhile cause. That first show was called "Golden Rainbow" and premiered July 11, 1987, in the Ziegfeld Theatre at Bally's. Since then the show's name has been changed to 'Ribbon of Life" and is one of the largest HIV/AIDS fundraisers in Nevada.
Our "Sister" Organization. The Court is s 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization that has been serving Southern Nevada for more than fifteen years. Their mission is simple - To support our community in every way possible.
The International Gay Rodeo Association (IGRA) is an organization comprised of numerous regional Gay Rodeo Associations from across the United States and Canada. IGRA, in collaboration with member associations, assist these associations in raising and donating thousands of dollars to charity in their communities each year. The Gay and Lesbian Communities of the United States and Canada have been enriched by the educational efforts of IGRA through its sanctioning and sponsorship of the various events and activities which are a part of what we call “Gay Rodeo."
Vegas has always been one of the world's top destinations for LGBT travelers and now it's more fabulous than ever. Imagine an entire city rolling out the purple carpet for a 24/7 celebration of the LGBT community. From summer pool parties to exclusive club nights with world-renowned DJs, the electricity is nothing short of fabulous. You know Las Vegas as a city where anything can happen. Now experience all that "anything" for yourself.
The specific purpose of the league is to be a permanently organized, not-for-profit slow-pitch softball league dedicated to the promotion of amateur athletics for all persons in an environment that is safe, healthy, and free of negative attitudes based on differences in sexual orientation, race, age, creed, religion or national origin, or sexual orientation, a special emphasis shall be placed on the participation of members of the Gay and Lesbian community. The league will promote the welfare development of positive relationships among its members and the community by participation of its members in such athletic, social, cultural, or charitable events as may serve the preceding purposes. Additionally, the league will provide instruction and competition for its members so as to achieve these purposes.
St. Therese Center, named after Saint Therese of Lisieux, is a Catholic ministry that welcomes and serves people of all faiths and extends the Lord's healing to all persons infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. Emphasizing wellness, Saint Therese Center reaches out to those touched by HIV/AIDS to provide spiritual, physical and emotional support, educational and social services in the spirit of love and compassion.
An order of 21st century nuns dedicated to the promulgation of universal joy and the expiation of stigmatic guilt. Their ministry is one of public manifestation and habitual perpetration. They work to raise money for the Sisters AIDS Drug Assistance Program (SADAP) and other community charities. They advocate for queer rights and visibility and conduct safer sex outreach. They also work to affirm the value and beauty of all persons and particularly within the queer community. They strive diligently to keep their sense of humor, never taking themselves so seriously that we forget to have fun.