Roommate Needed in Revere

Boston Prime Timer, Doan Dung is seeking a 45-55+-year-old roommate to move into a beautiful, beachfront apartment in Revere. This is a two-bed, two-bath unit with views of the ocean and Boston’s skyline. The tenant would have their own private bathroom and bedroom and full kitchen, living-room privileges.

  • Rent is $1,100 per month, all utilities included. You may be able to rent a parking space for $100/month.
  • The ideal roommate would fit the following profile:
  • 45-55+ years old, LGBTQ+ friendly.
  • Working full-time with an income that can comfortably afford $1,100/month for rent.
  • Light drinker is okay, no drug use and/or smoking.
  • Occasional guests are okay, no parties or consistent overnight guests.
  • Willing to contribute to daily and weekly household chores and generally keep up the apartment in a clean and tidy manner.
  • The other tenant is a friendly, hard-working male in his 50s. He has lived in this unit for a number of years and has maintained a pleasant relationship with the building’s management.

If interested, please contact Mike Parello at (617) 450-1034 or mikeparellohousingadvocacy@gmail.com.

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, “Believe”

Do you believe? The Boston Gay Men’s Chorus celebrates the joy of the season with traditional favorites (Ave Maria, Hark the Herald Angels Sing, Oh Holy Night) and modern classics (Spirit of the Season, Believe, North Pole Rock n’ Roll). BGMC puts the Merry into Christmas!

With performances in December, starting on Sunday the 10th (at 3 PM and 7 PM), Friday the 15th (at 8 PM), Saturday the 16th at 8 PM and ending on Sunday the 17th (at 8 PM), there are a lot of options to attend. While at time of printing, the prices are not available, tickets go on sale on November 1st. All shows are at New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall (30 Gainsborough Street, Boston, MA 02116).

For more information see the show’s website. Please call (617) 542-SING (7464) to order tickets with any special needs. This includes: wheelchair accessibility, service animals, proximity to the sign language interpreter.

Deck the Halls Potluck

hosted by Stephen Larrett & Tony Soares

WHAT: Deck the Halls with balls and holly…. Join Tony and Stephen to kick off the holiday season with a December potpourri, good friends, good food and great times.
WHEN: Sunday, December 3rd, 2-6 PM.
WHERE: 25 Warren Ave, Randolph
FOOD: Call or e-mail Tony (see below) if you would like to bring something to contribute.
COST: $2 to the host for incidentals.
RSVP: Please call or e-mail Tony at (617) 282-5154 or tony45232@aol.com.
MAXIMUM GUESTS: The more the merrier!

DIRECTIONS: Take I-93 to Exit 4 (MA-24 S.) toward Brockton using the left two lanes, and continue onto MA-24 S. Take Exit 20A to merge onto MA-139 E. toward Randolph. Follow MA-139 E., which becomes Warren St. After the plaza with Not Your Average Joe’s on the right, Warren Ave. is the third left, by the big white fence on the corner. Stephen & Tony are the 1st house on the right.

Provincetown Harbor Swim for Life & Paddler Flotilla

On Saturday, September 9th, the Provincetown Community Compact invites you to this quintessential Provincetown tradition.

Come immerse yourself in the cleansing waters of Provincetown Harbor and help raise funds for AIDS, women’s health and for the community.

When people gather with passion and vision great things are accomplished. For three decades, in one of the largest natural harbors in the world, thousands of swimmers have braved its unpredictable waters–its chilly currents, surging tides, and their deep fears−raising $4 million for AIDS, women’s health and the community. Please be a part of it.

Celebrating its 30th year, the swim symbolizes the heroic efforts of a community devastated by the pandemic and its unequivocal response to it. The Swim for Life & Paddler Community Compact, has become a catalyst for a nurturing community, offering connectedness, healthy exercise and continuity for those who return year after year.

Join the Provincetown Community Compact for this spirited and invigorating event. For info, e-mail thecompact@comcast.net or go to swim4life.org.

Take the plunge!

GLAD 36th Annual Summer Party

On Saturday, July 29th, please join GLAD for their 36th Annual Summer Party at Pilgrim Monument, 1 High Pole Hill Road, Provincetown, MA 02657. The festivities will last from 4-7 PM.

GLAD promises a fabulous event, a delicious taste of summer, and a gorgeous view of Provincetown. Mingle with other supporters of LGBTQ justice, be inspired, and learn more about the incredible work you make possible!

Don’t miss their amazing auction and celebrity auctioneer Kate Clinton. Exciting vacations, art, dining adventures, and much more—there is something for everyone.

Summer fare and drinks on GLAD!

Tickets are available from GLAD’s website for $75. For more information, see their website.

Getting Tear Sheets in on Time

Please note the date(s) listed on the Tear Sheet for when your choices and payments are due. While the office will do their best to try to accommodate everyone, when your Tear Sheet is received the day of the event, this is often difficult. Club Café in particular has been absolutely amazing in going out of their way for us. We like seeing as many of you as possible at every event, so please get your Tear Sheet in on time.

Thank you for your attention in this!

Members Only Forum

The Forum is now live, with every member on the roster who lists an e-mail having been sent their temporary password and directions to log in and change it to a password of their liking. If you have not received one of these e-mails and are a member in good standing, please contact the office.

Please note that you will need to log into the forum to see the boards and discussion there, as it is private and only for our current members.

We look forward to your participation!

A Night at the Copa

$10 Tickets.

Fundraiser Dance to Benefit BOSTON PRIME TIMERS with Music, Dancing, Raffles and THE SISTERS OF PERPETUAL INDULGENCE.

The Prime Timers, founded by Woody Baldwin in Boston on August 15, 1987, is a brotherhood of mature gay and bisexual men and their friends who join together for friendship, support, educational and social activities. Our diverse membership, some retired, some still working, is involved and focused on improving the image and quality of gay life through activities like volunteerism, politics, gay issues, arts, sports, and entertainment.

Lakeside Café May Update

From our friends at HESSCO:

Hi All,

The next LGBT Luncheon will be held on May 15th from 11-1 PM at the Sharon Adult Center (219 Massapoag Ave, Sharon). Please RSVP so we can make sure we have plenty of food. Also, PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS! In honor of Pride Month we are planning an event on Monday June 19th from 5-7:30 PM at the Sharon Adult Center. In place of the luncheon we will host a Supper Club Pizza Party and view the documentary film Gen Silent. The documentary follows the lives of six LGBT seniors living in the Boston area who must choose if they will hide their sexuality in order to survive in the long-term health care system. More information will follow but want to make sure you save the date!

Best,

Jayne