The Metropolis of West Hollywood brings to life a web-based hour like no different through Virtual Drag Queen Story Hour. Whereas the coronavirus pandemic prevents youngsters of all ages from sharing the enjoyable in particular person (and making an attempt to take away the glitter from their garments for weeks!), Drag Queen Story Hour has briefly moved from its house on the West Hollywood Library and can now cowl viewers with a little bit on-line sparkle at a enjoyable and fabulous digital Drag Queen Story Hour.
Kids are invited to ask their dad and mom and guardians for assist logging on to the Metropolis of West Hollywood’s Arts Division YouTube Channel (http://bit.ly/DQSHweho) the place Drag Queen Story Hour involves life that includes native drag queens Amber Crane, Pickle the Drag Queen, and Tony Soto.
Drag Queen Story Hour is precisely what it feels like: glittering magical drag queens capturing the creativeness, playfulness, and gender fluidity of childhood, whereas giving youngsters glamorous, optimistic, and unabashedly queer function fashions to look as much as (method as much as — have you ever seen these heels?!). At Drag Queen Story Hour, youngsters are in a position to see individuals who defy inflexible gender restrictions and picture a world the place folks current as they want — a world the place costume up is actual.
Because of the COVID-19 emergency, all in particular person occasions within the Metropolis have been cancelled, and as an alternative the Metropolis of West Hollywood’s Arts Division is presenting these Drag Queen Story Hour productions on-line till December 31, 2020, as a result of studying is prime.
The Metropolis of West Hollywood has declared an area emergency in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. When in public, neighborhood members ought to keep your house with social (bodily) distancing of not less than six toes, and cowl that face to stick to Metropolis necessities for using face coverings. The Metropolis of West Hollywood coronavirus updates can be found at www.weho.org/coronavirus and the Metropolis encourages neighborhood members to observe @wehocity on Twitter and Fb and Instagram and activate notifications for up-to-date data relating to particulars within the Metropolis of West Hollywood.
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