Pasadena, CA, October 29, 2013 - Today the Rev. Rick Eisenlord, the openly gay Pastor of Good Shepherd Church Pasadena (GoodShepherdPasadena.com) announced a 2-day event celebrating World AIDS Day, Sunday December 1, 2013, This 2-day event will honor those who have died from HIV/AIDS and celebrate those still living with the disease. Of special note: 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 concert will feature choir members from churches, synagogs and organizations throughout SoCal, presenting music from Broadway musicals. All events are free and open to the public.
Date: 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: 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
Time: Saturday 1-4pm; Sunday 7:00pm
Admission: Free. Donations to benefit the City of Pasadena Operation LINK