Oak Park PFLAG
Oak Park, IL
The Oak Park Illinois chapter of PFLAG presents a community screening of Inlaws & Outlaws on Sunday, October 21st, at 2 pm. The screening will be presented at the Main Branch of Oak Park Public Library.
Inlaws & Outlaws is the third film in PFLAG's third annual film series. Kate Kroker, from the chapter explained: "We started the series because we were aware of the large number of good films out there that not enough people were watching. My husband and I saw Inlaws & Outlaws 5 or 6 yrsw ago at a PFLAG Convention in DC and we loved it. I finally got around to buying a copy and everyone I lent it to loved it as well. The attitude in this film is very refreshing."
The other films showing this year are Trans, Brother Outsider and Live Free or Die.
|What:||PFLAG Oak Park, IL|
Free Community Screening
|When:||Sunday, October 21, 2012|
|Where:||Oak Park Public Library, Main Branch|
834 Lake St., Oak Park, Illinois 60301
|How:||Free and open to all|
About Oak Park, IL PFLAG:
PFLAG (Parents, Families & Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is a non-profit, tax exempt, all volunteer community based organization of parents, relatives and friends of gay persons and it is not affiliate3d with any ethnic, religious, economic or political group that works to provide support, education and advocacy. The Oak Park Chapter meets at First United Church of Oak Park on the 4th Sunday of every month from 3-5 pm.
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