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, playwright, and 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: March 11, 2024 | 6:30 PM (ET|)
Book: “Boy in the Rain” by Stephanie Cowell

It is 1903 in the English countryside when Robbie, a shy young art student, meets the twenty-nine-year-old Anton who is running from memories of his brutal childhood and failed marriage. Within months, they begin a love affair that will never let them go. Robbie grows into an accomplished portraitist in the vivid London art world with the help of Anton’s enchanting former wife, while Anton turns from his inherited wealth and connections to improve the conditions of the poor. But it is the Edwardian Era, and the law sentences homosexual men to prison with hard labor, following the tragic experience of Oscar Wilde. As Robbie and Anton’s commitment to each other grows, the world about them turns to a more dangerous place.

FILM CLUB

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.

Admission is free, but you must be a SNMAL member to participate.

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

Next Meeting Date: February 14, 2024  | 7:00PM (ET)
Film: Rustin

Colman Domingo received a 2024 Best Actor Oscar nomination for his portrayal of Bayard Rustin, a passionate activist and organizer and the architect of the momentous 1963 March on Washington.

Rustin made history and was then virtually forgotten as his unapologetic life as an openly gay man kept him out of history’s retelling of the events that changed America and the world.