Clubs

SNMAL Clubs are open to all Stonewall members.
If you are not a member already, become a member today 
and find community in one of the following clubs. 

BOOK CLUB

Join SNMALs Literary Book Club led by Clayton Littlewood.

ABOUT
The Book Club
 meets the second Monday of each month from 6:308:00 pm on ZoomBorn and raised in England, Clay now lives in Fort Lauderdale. A musician, playwrightand actor, he is the author of two books Dirty White Boy: Tales of Soho and Goodbye to Soho. The club is limited to 15 participants and is held on ZoomAdmission is free, but you must be a Stonewall Member to participate.

To sign up, please e-mail Inquiry@stonewall-museum.org

Next meeting date to: June 10, 2024 | 6:30 PM (EST)
Book: “Maurice” by EM Forster
 
Maurice Hall knows he must choose between living life in the shadows or denying himself a chance at love and fulfilment. Aware of his attraction to the same sex, in a time where it was considered unlawful and immoral to have homosexual desires, Maurice must decide whether to battle or submit to a prejudiced 20th-century English society.
Maurice

Join SNMAL’s Film Club led by John Catania and Charles Ignacio from Chillfest.

The Film Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Founded in 2005 by John Catania and Charles Ignacio, Chillfest is dedicated to screening moving image art forms that express and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ experience, and to recognizing the creative work of LGBTQIA+ filmmakers. The Club is limited to 15 participants who will select an LGBTQIA+ film, watch it on their own time, and meet monthly online via Zoom to discuss, critique, learn and reflect.
 
To sign up, please e-mail Inquiry@stonewall-museum.org

 

FILM CLUB

Next meeting date to: June 12, 2024 | 7:00 PM (EST)
Film: “Stonewall”
 
30 years ago this summer the LGBTQ+ world was caught up in the fervor of the 25th anniversary of Stonewall. Out of this energy came the first-ever movie about the historic event and it immediately garnered both praise and consternation. How could a film about Stonewall please everyone or possibly anyone? 30 years later we consider this film directed by Nigel Finch and produced by Christine Vachon. Watch the film on Prime Video

To sign up, please email Inquiry@stonewall-museum.org

Next meeting date: July 8, 2024 | 6:30 PM (EST)
Book: “Alec” by William di Canzio
 
William di Canzio’s Alec, inspired by Maurice, E. M. Forster’s secret novel of a happy same-sex love affair, tells the story of Alec Scudder, the gamekeeper Maurice Hall falls in love with in Forster’s classic, published only after the author’s death.
 
Di Canzio follows their story past the end of Maurice to the front lines of battle in World War I and beyond. Forster, who tried to write an epilogue about the future of his characters, was stymied by the radical change that the Great War brought to their world. With the hindsight of a century, di Canzio imagines a future for them and a past for Alec―a young villager possessed of remarkable passion and self-knowledge.
 

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