River City Gender Alliance
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Annual Events Archive

2016 - Events


Night of a Thousand Stars 2016    

  • Saturday, December 3 at 8 PM - 11 PM
  • KANEKO! ~ 1111 Jones St, Omaha, Nebraska 68102

 Help Nebraska AIDS Project (NAP) continue our mission of leading the        community in the fight against HIV/AIDS and its stigma at the agency’s  largest annual fundraiser, Night Of A Thousand Stars! We are excited to  announce that this year’s event will be held at the newly renovated  KANEKO. Please join Honorary Chair Susan Koenig as we honor Shining  Star winner Marian Fey! 


Transgender Day of Rememberance - Omaha       




RCGA Halloween Party                                             


Gender Reel Film Festival 2016                               




RCGA 30th Anniversary Celebration Weekend




RCGA Monthly Meeting                                      



RCGA 2nd Annual BBQ & Patio Party at The Max


 Pride 2016 - Transforming the Heartland



RCGA Outing - There's Trouble In River City!

  • Special thanks to all of those who attended and our performers who made the show a tremendous event and fundraiser for three great organizations!


Truth or Dare Affair & Annual Potluck Dinner       

  • Bring Your Favorite Potluck Dish to Share
  • Members and their Guest are Welcome!
  • Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 5:00 PM til ?
  • What to Attend?  RSVP please ... along with # of guests & choice of dish ... to vice-president@rcga.co
  • A variety of wines will be served with dinner!
  • Beverages, Set-ups (BYOB), Door Prize(s), Fun & Games!


RCGA  Blackstar   A Tribute to David Bowie    


RCGA Monthly Meeting                                                         


RCGA Outing - The Danish Girl



Heartland Pride Parade & Festival                        


 RCGA thanks all the parade participants and festival volunteers who made  2015's Pride a huge success! Everyone was just awesome!  




RCGA Outing - Loess Hills Retreat


RCGA Annual Elmwood Park Picnic




RCGA's BBQ & Patio Party at The MAX! 



    National Coming Out Day - NCOD                                      .        



    Gender Reel Film Festival Omaha                                                

    • Sunday, October 18, 2015 from 1:00 PM to 7:30 PM
    • Joslyn Art Museum, 2200 Dodge Street, Omaha
    • The Gender Reel Film Festival focuses on films made by or about transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. This event is FREE to the public!
    • Gender Reel, the country's only coast-to-coast film & performance art festival, turned five this year. In recognition of this, festival organizers are gearing up for an amazing year of events and screenings throughout the country.
    • Now in its' second year, Omaha is one of only six cities hosting this truly remarkable national event! The others include New York City, Boston, Durham, Minneapolis & Houston.
    • Whether before or after the festival or during one of the intermissions be sure to stop by RCGA's information booth to say hello!
    • RCGA is a sponsor for this year's Gender Reel Film Festival!




      Mama's Girls - A World Premier Event


      RCGA is proud of hosting this event's 'Educational Talk Back' panels with audience members following performances on these dates: 

      • Saturday, November 14, 2015 w/ panelists: Megan Smith-Sallans, Ryan Sallans, Kate Parrish
      • Saturday, November 21, 2015 w/ panelists: Joan Watke-Stacy, Esq., Dr. Amanda Randall (Ph.D.),                    Kate Stacy, Teague Stanley 
      • Saturday, November 28, 2015 w/ panelists: Dr. N Jean Amoura (M.D.), Tiffany Blomenkamp, Kate Parrish, Morgan Quignon 
      • Friday, December 4, 2015 -  w/ panelists:  Jay Irwin (PhD), Lynne M., Eli Rigatuso

      SNAP! Productions
      Omaha’s Diversity Theatre

      Presenting Omaha with high quality, groundbreaking theatre promoting diversity tolerance since 1993.


      Transgender Day of Rememberance

      The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) serves several purposes. It raises public awareness of hate crimes against transgender people, an action that current media often times doesn’t perform. At TDOR we publicly mourn and honor the lives of our transgender people who might otherwise be forgotten. Through the vigil, we express love and respect for our people in the face of international indifference and hatred. TDOR reminds non-transgender people that we are their sons, daughters, parents, friends and lovers. and gives our allies a chance to step forward with us and stand in vigil, memorializing those of us who’ve died by anti-transgender violence. 


      Night of a Thousand Stars