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Ladies of the Rainbow Drag Show Benefit for AIDS Project of Southern VT! Dec 14 2019 Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern VermontThe Ladies of the Rainbow will once again perform song and stand-up comedy at a benefit holiday drag show on Saturday, Dec.ember 14th, 2019.

Ladies of the Rainbow Drag Show Benefit for AIDS Project of Southern VT! Dec 14 2019 Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

Click the image above or here to read more about the Ladies of The rainbow’s past drag show benefit for APSV

The event, set for 8 p.m. at Brattleboro’s Veterans of Foreign Wars post at 40 Black Mountain Road, will feature adult entertainment, as well as a 50/50 raffle and cash bar, to raise funds for the AIDS Project of Southern Vermont.

The Ladies of the Rainbow have served up lip-synching and laughter to area audiences since first performing at Dummerston’s Rainbow Cattle Co. in the late 1990s.

AIDS Project, established in 1988, supports local people living with HIV/AIDS and works to reduce the risk of transmission to others in Windham, Bennington and southern Windsor counties.

Doors open at 7 p.m. for the 8 p.m. show. Tickets are $20 a person or $150 for a table of 8 and can be reserved by calling (802) 254-4444 or purchased online at www.aidsprojectsouthernvermont.org.

Frog Meadow is a proud sponsor of this event!

Ladies of the Rainbow Drag Show Benefit for AIDS Project of Southern VT! Dec 14 2019 Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern VermontAbout AIDS Project of Southern Vermont (APSV):

APSV’s prevention program joins the power of social networks with the drive to find people who do not yet know they are HIV-positive, to offer them HIV testing and counseling, to help connect them to care – and to make sure they have access to medication and support!

  • APSV’s Prevention Program provides HIV and Hepatitis C testing; one-on-one motivational sessions focusing on setting personal health goals and problem solving for individuals at highest risk for contracting HIV; Syringe Services Program and educational workshops.
  • APSV’s Food Program, in partnership with the Vermont Foodbank and local faith communities, distributes frozen meats and vegetables, dairy, fresh local produce, non-perishable items and household items to HIV+ individuals and their immediate family members.
  •  APSV’s Services/Medical Case Management Program helps HIV+ clients with accessing resources (community, social services, medical), finding appropriate health care (including substance abuse and mental health resources), finding safe housing, problem-solving, meeting the needs of daily living, financial assistance, and transportation to medical appointments.