In celebration of World AIDS Day, the City of Pasadena Public Health Department, AIDS Service Center and the Good Shepherd Church of Pasadena are hosting two events this weekend.
Join us on Saturday, November 30th from 1pm-4pm for a student art and video contest with the theme, “Living With HIV/AIDS”, along with a viewing of the Oscar nominated film “How To Survive a Plague”. The Public Health Department will also have HIV testing on-site, and the AIDS Quilt panels will be available for viewing. The largest display in SoCal of AIDS Memorial Quilt Panels from the Names Project in Atlanta will be on display during this 2-day event.
The celebration also will take place on Sunday, December 1st at 7pm with a special mass choir concert, “Broadway Comes to Pasadena”. Money raised through donations and sponsorships for Sunday evening’s performance will benefit Operation LINK – an outreach program by the Pasadena Public Health Dept. to the homeless HIV population in Pasadena. All events are free and open to the public.
Date/Time: Saturday November 30, 2013 - 1-4pm - “We Remember” student art and video contest, HIV testing, screening of documentary “How To Survive a Plague”, AIDS Quilt panels viewing.
Date/Time: Sunday December 1 - World AIDS Day - 7pm - “We Remember” Concert “Broadway Comes to Pasadena”, contest winners announced, “Unsung Hero” award given.
Location for all events: Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1757 N. Lake Ave., Pasadena, CA 91104