Your ideas and actions expand outward in ever-widening circles. The mystical Pisces Moon in your 8th House of Deep Sharing intertwines your inner thoughts with those around you. Nevertheless, you may experience such inter-connectedness as an invasion of privacy. From a spiritual perspective, everyone subconsciously knows everything and accepting this oneness as the default can be quite empowering. Paradoxically, your thoughts and the outcome are simultaneous, for cause and effect are interrelated. Carl Sagan said, We are one species. We are star stuff.
Happy Birthday Stephen
John W. * August 4.
Happy Birthday, John
You're How Old? Mr. B.?
Happy Birthday, Mr. Mark
Best Birthday Wishes to you, Mr. M.
Mr. S. may this be the best birthday ever for you.
MONDAY LUNCHES: Always hosted by Richard Haskell at Denny’s, located on the Northeast corner of River and Oracle @ 12:30 p.m. 240.7015 to call for attendance.
*NOTE THAT MONDAY BOWLING HAS BEEN CHANGED TO EVERY MONDAY THROUGH THE MONTH @ 10 A.M., FIESTA LANES, 501 W. RIVER ROAD (SW ORACLE AND RIVER). PRICING HAS GONE UP A BIT FROM OUR PREVIOUS GIG TO $10.00 FOR THE FIRST HALF HOUR AND $16.00 FOR A WHOLE HOUR. MOMMY!
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Shogun Japanese Restaurant, 5036 N Oracle Rd, Tucson, AZ 85704
THURSDAY, AUGUST 15
Tuesday August 20, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Opa’s Best Greek American Cuisine, 4590 E Broadway Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85711
Wednesday, Aug 21, 2019 12:00 noon
Ha Long Bay, 7245 E. Tanque Verde
Tuesday, August 27, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Depot Sports Bar, 3501 E Fort Lowell Rd, Tucson, AZ
Friday, August 30th 2 p.m.
LUNDIN at ULike Oriental Buffet
5101 Oracle Road.
Tuesday, Sept 3, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Poco and Mom’s 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85715 (Next to Canyon Crown)
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019 12:00 noon
Fromino's Greek Cafe, 3242 E. Speedway
Tuesday, Sept 10, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Scordato's Pizzeria, 4911 N Stone Ave, Tucson, AZ
Tuesday, Sept 17, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Jun Dynasty 2933 E Grant Rd, Tucson, AZ 85716
Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019 12:00 noon
Black Bear Diner, 6095 E. Broadway Blvd.
Tuesday, Sept 24, 2019 11:30 a.m.
Silver Saddle, 310 E Benson Hwy, Tucson, AZ 85713
Sept. 27, at 2 p.m.
Club 21 on 2920 N. Oracle
Just north of Glenn
Prime Timers World Wide was founded in 1987 as a not-for-profit social organization with a mission to serve older Gay and Bi Men, as well as younger men who enjoy their company.
Prime Timers has become the world's preeminent gay men's social organization, with chapters in North America, Europe, the United Kingdom and Australia.
Prime Timers get more out of life!
If you're a man wanting to have new adventures and make new friends, you'll discover that Prime Timers has lots to offer. Each month Tucson Prime Timers sponsors at least twenty events and activities. As a Prime Timer you can be as active as you want, the choice is all yours!
More Information: 520-743-9514 (Secretary)
Growing old is mandatory - Growing up is optional
It's been a good life with all of its challenges and rewards. It might be enough to satisfy ourselves with what we have accomplished to date but we all know "YOU'RE ONLY AS GOOD AS YOUR NEXT GIG!"
Onward and upward! Join in the fun!
Tucson Prime Timers hail from all across North America and from all walks of life. Each member's unique life experiences and points of view go into creating an interesting and lively group.
The majority of our members are retired, but several are still decades away from belonging to "the leisure class".
Many have served America as members of the armed services in World War II, Korea, Viet Nam or the Gulf War.
Tucson Prime Timers may be grandfathers, fathers, partnered or single.
There are many who seem to be on the go all the time and some who prefer the quiet company of others at home.
Most of our members are full time residents of the Tucson area, some are snowbirds.
Fortunately, most of us are at a point in our lives where we realize that our "net worth" is not measured in money and "stuff", but rather in terms of our friendships.
Whatever your reason for joining; to make new friends, to get out more often, to have new adventures...Tucson Prime Timers extends a warm welcome, hoping that we can become a meaningful part of your life.
It was in 1955 and I was stationed at Lowry AFB in Denver, Colorado. Across the way was Fitzsimmons Army Base. As our base laundry was undesirable, we fly-guys went to the Army base to use theirs. One day as I was leaving to go back to Lowry, I looked up and saw a man wave at me so I waved back. Then it dawned on me who it was as the radio and TV were talking about him all the time, every day! Eisenhower had a heart attack and was at the Fitzsimmons Army Hospital. "It’s gotta be him.”
I got back to Lowry and found that Ike waved to anyone in uniform from his upstairs terrace where he was recuperating. My next trip to the Army base, I got brazen enough to go up to see him. A Marine Captain said for me to go right in as the President received all and any service men that wanted to see him. Ike was in a wheelchair and held out his hand to shake. We had a very pleasant talk and I told him the Set-School training for Bombing /Navigation was coming to an end, but I would come back to say “good-bye” to him.
A week later I had mustered out of Lowry and would be on my way to a SAC (Strategic Air Command)
Base in New Mexico. “I thought you said you were from New England”, said the President. “I am, but I can’t afford to go there now” I said. “Well, son, Mamie is going back to Washington, actually Andrews AFB, and you can go with her, if you like”.
And so I did. I met Mamie at the guest terminal building on Lowry the next afternoon. Mamie was driven there and she came right over to us and shook our hands then turned and walked the stairway to the plane. There were five of us Servicemen that boarded the Columbine next. We did not see Mamie again until we landed at Andrews. She wished us “Godspeed'' and from that day on I LIKED IKE.
While so many men and women joined the armed forces in the late 60’s and 70’s, it should be known that a whole cadre of men chose alternative routes. I for one in 1970, having just graduated from college had to make a grave decision. I grew up in a very religious home where following the inner voice was given weight. I decided to become a conscientious objector. This was contrary to most of my church family, but my pastor endorsed me and off I went to be interviewed by my draft board,
They wanted to rid me as soon as possible and allowed me to have this status if I worked within their parameters. Specifically I was to work in a hospital or religious organization for two years and not to receive an annual income greater that $5000.
While at Pratt, as an honor student, I was given an intern-like assignment that put me in touch with the national Lutheran church.
It is here that I worked for two years.
I do not regret my decision and I have respect for the men who risked their lives, but it was a foolish war driven by foolish men.
I have stayed consistent over the years with my convictions and I believe they are a real part of me. I did not suffer during this time. I was lonely and unsure of myself but in some sense it was part of my growing up.
I salute those who served and I hope they know that stand beside them.
I only spent three years in the Army in the early to mid 50s and two of those years I was assigned to the Air Force in Okinawa and Southern Japan. For the remainder of my time, I was assigned to four different Army bases in the States either for school or for duty. Odd what can occur sometimes though as noted below.
While in Okinawa, I had a feisty roommate who had a wife in the States but was seeing a young Okinawan woman off base. One night he returned to our room with deep scratches down each side of his face. They were bad enough to prompt me to take him to the infirmary to thwart any infection since they had been done by someone's finger nails. He got into a fight with a Marine and had him pinned to the floor when the Marine reached up and clawed his face. I have often wondered how the scaring went over with the wife at home and what his explanation might have been. I never kept contact with him to know.
When in Southern Japan I could not understand why my after shave seemed to continually be evaporating until returning to the room one day to find my roommate unconscious. I got him to the infirmary only to find out he had been drinking my after shave all of this time and it finally got to him. It was a surprise to me since we had access to liquor at the clubs on base at very reasonable prices (cheaper than after shave but he wasn't having to pay for it). Needless to say, I requested a new roommate.
There is a definitive need for people of all ages and types to let the world know who they are and what they are about. Nevertheless and for whatever reason, many shy away from doing do even though their individual story lines are quite fascinating and informative.
So many of us from a different, less tolerable society stayed hidden with ourselves and especially with others.
Find out why.
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G3 Tucson G3 is Tucson's premier social event planning group for Tucson's gay community and their friends. They host a gay happy hour that takes place a minimum every month usually lasting from 5:30 to 8:30PM at a different pop-up locations around town. G3 often features great DJ’s and drink specials to keep the night going!
Gay Events here means all people, one rainbow.
Tucson has some very fun, yearly, monthly, gay events that help the local charities. This page provides you with the different events that take place throughout the year.
*An event listed does not mean that the organization supporting the event is a gay organization.
Is a family and pet-friendly walk-a-thon fundraiser with the goal of increasing awareness and support for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Each year SAAF provides services to nearly 1200 people living with HIV and AIDS and delivers targeted prevention outreach and education programs to over 17,000 people who are high-risk for infection.
Costumed combatants wrestle in a pit of Jell-O to raise money and a Diva Hostess will run a live auction offering unique and one-of-a-kind items for bidding. FUN!
The first Möda Provŏcateūr, held in 2004, was created by Kevin Casey from Avalon for Hair, Skin and Nails after he participated in ‘Crème de la Do’ in 2003, a fashion and style show organized by an agency in Albuquerque helping to raise funds for local HIV/AIDS agencies around the country. Since 2004, Möda Provŏcateūr has raised more than $141,000 in support of SAAF’s programs and services.
Over the years, SAAF Festival for Life has grownup and adjusted. The most attractive element continues to be the gathering of fine design on show within the live and silent auction. It’s not only art, the auction also offers vacations, gift baskets, gift certificates, celebrity collectibles, trips, one-of-a-kind experiences and paper prayers. Our community has come to love this nice chance to seek out beautiful works of art and nice gifts.
A fundraiser benefiting the programs, services, and LGBTQ initiatives of the Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation (SAAF). Bowling for Tommy was first started in 2010 to honor the memory of Tommy Gin, a long time SAAF Board Member and Community Volunteer, who passed away in January 2010.
A fun benefit held for the Tucson Interfaith HIV/AIDS Network. It’s the second largest fundraising event of the year for TIHAN. Packed with music, dancing, drag, burlesque, and comedy, Turnabout for Tihan is a fabulous evening of glitz and glamour.
The signature fundraising benefit for the programs and services of TIHAN. Join us for a sparkling evening of cocktails, great music, fantastic food, and wonderful auction items. Enjoy great hors d’oeuvres, festive entertainment, a no-host cantina, and a live and silent auction!
The people at G3 Tucson seek out unique Tucson locations to host their monthly get-together. From exciting downtown nightclubs to newly-minted restaurants, G3 offers a new experience with each event! The organizing staff also spares no expense with the decor and ambiance to truly pull you into the event. With drink specials and food options and a popular DJ spinning the tunes, every G3 is a better party than the last!
Retro Game Show Night is a hilarious event held every 2nd Saturday at Hotel Congress. Hosted by Tempest DuJour, Retro Game Show Night takes a fun new spin on old game shows from the 80’s and 90’s. Complete with high-quality lighting and stage setup, you become fully immersed in this event and will howl and laugh along with the rest of the audience. Feeling brave? Enter your name to become a contestant to win some amazing prizes!
Become a Tucson Prime Timer!
Membership in Tucson Prime Timers is open to Gay and Bi Men of good character who have attained the age of 21.
Race, religion, national origin or disability is never a consideration for membership.
Annual Membership dues are only $20.00 for each member (includes Newsletter via email in pdf format) and $5 more for paper newsletter sent to single address (optional).
Those interested are encouraged to attend an event in order to find out more about us. Inquiries are invited at any time.
For Membership information:
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