About BWMT Atlanta
BWMT Atlanta is a gay multiracial, multicultural organization committed to fostering supportive environments wherein racial and cultural barriers can be overcome and the goal of human equality realized. To these ends we engage in educational, political, cultural, and social activities as a means of dealing with racism, sexism, homophobia, HIV/AIDS discrimination and other inequities in our community and in our lives. All who share our goals are welcome.
|7:30PM||BWMT-Atlanta Potluck, September 3, 2016|
The September 3, 2016, BWMT Potluck will be held at the home of long time member, Mel H. Mel’s address is 4222 Avonridge Drive, Stone Mountain, GA 30083. You can reach Mel at 470-222-8167 for more information or directions if you get lost.
Please bring a dish of your favorite food or dessert to share!
*** The Potluck Entrance Fee for NON-MEMBERS is free for your "FIRST" potluck, $5.00 after that. BWMT-Atlanta Members are free! Membership does have its privileges!!
|7:30PM||BWMT-Atlanta Bowling Night, September 10, 2016|
Join your fellow brothers of BWMT-Atlanta as we hang out and get to know each other, and of course bowl! FUNTIME BOWL has “Cosmic Bowling” every Saturday Night with black lights & awesome music!
Whether you are a competitive bowler, bowling for the first time, or you want to just hang out and watch, FUNTIME BOWL with BWMT is the place to be. Come hang out and see what everyone is talking about! See you at FUNTIME! And remember, if you don't bowl and just want to hang out, come on over! You'll have a great time with some great people.
|12:00PM||BWMT-Atlanta Brunch, September 18|
It all started with Stacey thinking about coffee. She likes really good coffee, and figured other people would, too. So she set up some coffee carts around the city and began schooling Atlan-tans how to change their morning ritual from “coffee, please” to “double tall skinny half caff bald latte, please.”
Stacey then started thinking about cycling. And she quickly learned that a body cannot run on coffee alone (no matter how good it is). So she started thinking about muffins. Really good muf-fins. The kind of muffins that are stuffed with clean healthy delicious fuel a body craves. Next she started thinking about breads. Whole grain, chemical free breads. Not the sandy Patchouli and Birkenstock kind of breads, but the kind of breads foodies would love.
That got her thinking about her Mama's cooking, and how good southern comfort food can be. She figured other people would think so too. As she was thinking these thoughts, her pondering was interrupted by the sound of opportunity knock-ing. So she answered it, and here we are. But now the muffin and bread ideas have expanded to include a full and abundant array of bakery goods, from cookies to radical pastries to highly decorative cakes.
Mama's southern comfort has broadened its horizons, growing into a full menu that stretches comfortably from crab cake benedicts to ricotta pancakes, to cornbread panzanella salad. And you can still get your double, tall, skinny, half-caff, bald latte.
If any of this sounds good come out and join us at the bakery located at 655 Highland Avenue, NE, No. 10, Atlanta, GA 30312 on September 19th at 12:00 noon. If you would like additional information visit their website at: http://highlandbakery.com/ index.html
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