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“FTP: Drunk PowerPoint Nite,” a fundraiser for Columbus Community Pride

Thursday, October 15, 8-10pm
This on-line event requires advance registration
Facebook Event

Especially in the days of virtual schooling and working from home, doing a slideshow presentation isn’t on most regular agendas anymore. But have no fear, your opportunity for visually-driven public-speaking has arrived! Make a slideshow (PowerPoint, Google Slides, whatever) about anything you want and share with the “class” of your LGBTQ+ peers.

What’s your favorite conspiracy theory? What’s your most controversial opinion? Introduce us to your favorite celebrity, or your best friend. Teach us about your college major, your current job/research, or the historical events that fascinate you. Make up your own drinking game. Build a trivia board, or a choose-your-own adventure story. The options are endless, so long as you can encompass it in a shared screen on a Zoom call!

And for a little added difficulty/fun factor, we encourage you to be a little inebriated.

This drunk/stoned PowerPoint night will be hosted on Zoom, Thursday, October 15, 8-10pm.

Use this form to get yourself a spot on the line-up!

We will possibly have some spots available for late-comers to sign-up but submit your interest on this form to be safe.

This event will be a fundraiser for Community Pride 2020. Learn more and donate now here.

We’ll post the Zoom link here the day of the event and share it through social media. If you RSVP through the sign-up link, you’ll get the link in a reminder e-mail.

RSVP for this event by using this link.

Hosted by Columbus Community Pride.

Thursday, October 15, 7-8 PM

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Power to the Polls: A Franklin County 2020 Election Forum
Thursday, October 15, 2020, 7:00 PM

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