The time is almost upon us for the annual Summer, Sex and Spirits bash! Join the Planned Parenthood NYC Action Fund Activist Council at 8pm on Tuesday, June 27th at Broad Street Ballroom to party in the name of women's health. The event features music from Hudson Horns, an open bar, naughty balloon art by Mistress B, The Self Portrait Project and a silent auction and raffle featuring some of NYC's finest.
Raffle and silent auction include items from Bindle and Keep, Let there be neon, IFC Center, Wythe Hotel, Dirt Candy, Sleep No More, Nanette Lepore, Lucy Mail, Person of Interest, Craftsman Ave, Death + Co, Nitehawk Cinema, Prema Salon, Li-Lac Chocolates, New Museum, MNDFL, Natural Girls United, In God We Trust, Broadway Bodies Dance Studio, New York Theatre Workshop, Owl's Brew, Exhale Barre, U.S. Open, Society Cafe, Camp Bonfire, Gladrags, MNDFL, Penumbra Foundation, Gotham Girls Roller Derby, ThirdLove, Homecooking New York, SHAG, Guerilla Girls, Kate Oliver, Benoit, Twig Terrariums, The Muse Circus School, Digg Inn, Monster Cycle, Susanna Heller, The Jam Stand, Pig Island, Rhonda Rosenberg, Mad Dog and Beans Restaurant, Paintbox Nails, Verb, Earl's Beer and Cheese, New York Flame Con, Unemployed Philosopher Guild, Wild Feminist, Circa Brewing Co, Brooklyn Robot Foundry, Metrograph, Jazz Age Lawn Party, 2econd Stage Theatre, Alamo Drafthouse, Brooklyn Beach Rocks, Bierhaus NYC, Pulse Roasted Chickpeas, Textile Arts Center, Nourish Kitchen + Table, Muse Paintbar, Captain Blankenship, Signature Theatre, Lucy La Riot, New York Adventure Club...and more!
This is the 13th Summer, Sex and Spirits event and it promises to be a blast. The first round of pre-sale tickets sold out, but keep an eye open here for more details!
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Miriam Mosher graduated from Smith College before moving to New York where she is a writer by day and beer maven by night. She is a proud feminist, a champion of the semicolon and an avid thrifter. See more from Miriam at Bushwick Daily and Two Cities Literary Review.