Join us for a screening of "Love in the Sixties" by Amparo Garcia-Crow on the life of Aralyn Hughes (+ other films) on July 8 from 7 to 10 PM at a secret location in East Austin.
All 21+ ticketholders receive complimentary drink while supplies last.
— About "Love in the Sixties" —
"LOVE IN THE 60s is a documentary about the life of' Aralyn Hughes—'first Lady of the Keeping Austin Weird movement.' The film follows Aralyn for three years as she becomes a performance artist/solo performer at the age of 65 after a 35 year business career. A staunch feminist and former director of the first abortion clinic in Austin, Aralyn places an ad in the Austin Chronicle that reads: 'dominatrix wanna-be, a Bette Midler with a whip looking for quirky submissive to look but not touch. . . .' Overwhelmed by the many responses, Aralyn sets off on a whole new life journey that gets her pondering: is this a retirement option or an unexpected means of finding love and the sharing of her crone wisdom?"