The Weekend Soiree
Celebrating Wicked and Wondrous Womxn

The Weekend Events

THE WEEKEND SOIREE HITS new orleans

The Weekend Soiree is THE PREMIER Celebration for Queer Womxn! Fresh off of our inaugural retreat, The Rocky Mountain Rollout in The Mile High City (Denver, 2018), where we hosted more than 100 Queer Womxn at the Magnolia Hotel, we’re back at it... this time, in New Orleans! For 2019, we're bringing an even bigger and doper Weekend Soiree, Bedlam In The Big Easy.

As a Weekender, you’ll have a 360-degree experience that will leave you fed and full! The Weekend Soiree provides Weekenders, like yourself, with nighttime experiences and daytime workshops that honor you, us, we as multicultural Queer Womxn.

Our Rocky Mountain Rollout featured workshops covering diverse topics, including:

  • Passion Painting with The Muses

  • Build Your Booty and Body Bootcamps with Carter the Body

  • Communication in the Bedroom and Board Room

  • Reclaiming Queer Womxn’s Sexuality

  • Curating Sophisticated Cocktails

  • Financial Literacy and Wealth Accumulation 

  • And so much more!

In addition to workshops, Weekenders uncorked, popped bottles and cut rugs every night at our signature Set It Off Party, The Weekender Ball, The Wicked & Wondrous Comedy Show and The Sunset Barbeque.

At Bedlam In The Big Easy, there’ll be even more for you to explore! Simply put, at The Weekend Soiree, Weekenders have access to events and workshops that serve your wellness, creativity and intellect. Come thru, get fed!

We invite all Queer Womxn to join us on this luxurious and fun-filled adventure. Check out last year’s 2018 Rocky Mountain Rollout itinerary for a full view of our weekend experience! View 2018 itinerary

COME BACK SOON TO SEE OUR CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOR THE 2019 WEEKEND SOIREE’S BEDLAM IN THE BIG EASY.

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Life School Workshops: Money, Money, Money

  • Magnolia Hotel Denver (map)

As queer money makes up nearly 14 percent of U.S. disposable income, it means the queer community heavily influences the way America spends. It means, as a community, we can use our money to influence the national dialogue and enact positive change for the queer community. Our purchasing power is the reason we’ve seen an increase in marketing to the queer community. To build power and influence we must continue to drive decisions with our dollar. That shows up in various ways, how we invest our money, where we spend our money, and how we participate in traditional institutions. In this workshop we will play a game of trivia with financial concepts and issues specific to the queer community. Facilitated by Deja Foster, this interactive discussion focuses on need to know topics for the LGBTQ professional.

Deja Foster is a Client Services Associate with Fish and Associates. In this role, she effectively handles client operations and day-to-day account management tasks like transferring funds or making adjustments to keep clients on track as they chase their goals. Born and raised in Memphis, Deja is currently pursuing a Master’s in Financial Planning and Counseling from the University of Alabama. She cares deeply about the community and is the Financial Literacy and Empowerment Chair for the Memphis Urban League Young Professionals Chapter

Complimentary light refreshments & beverages