Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

FB 10-11-18 Coming Out FlyerThe board of Directors of the World AIDS Museum (WAM) cordially invite you to “Save the Date” for our Coming Out Party. Join us, Thursday, October 11, 2018, for a special evening of surprises as we unveil plans and celebrate winners from the Art of Community Project H.O.P.E. Sponsored by the Community Foundation of Broward in partnership with the City of Oakland Park; highlight our work with our friends and partners, and share an exclusive sneak peek at WAM’s future.  Directions here.

Date: Thursday, October 11
Time: 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Place: ArtServe
          1350 East Sunrise Boulevard
          Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

For more event information and to RSVP your attendance today, contact Matthew at (954) 390-0550 or matthew@worldaidsmuseum.org

Special Leadership Event Of The World Aids Museum And Educational Cente

Thursday, June 14, 6-8 PM.

Due to scheduling conflicts, the WAM Leadership Event scheduled for this Thursday, June 14th, has been postponed. Please standby for additional details on a new date and time. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.

The Museum’s Board will forgo the usual agenda and use this meeting as a social occasion to bring together Board Members, Honorary Board Members, employees and volunteers  to “meet and greet” each other and learn about major WAM goals. The mixer will be held at the “W” Club at Wilton Station from 6-8 PM on Thursday, June 14th. Wilton Station (site of museum) is located at 1201 NE 26th Street, Wilton Manors, FL 33305. Enter at the guard station on NE 14th Avenue (runs along the side of Wilton Station).

Refreshments and drinks will be provided.
If you’d like to bring a guest, please just let us know.
Please RSVP to Matthew Eaton at (954) 390-0550 or
Email:matthew@worldaidsmuseum.org and specify one or two.

Community Dialogue Series – LatinXWAM-YES-Oct-Dialogue.pages

Tuesday June 19th at the museum

So much card out of the first Latino dialogue in February that we are sponsoring an even bigger discussion on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.

Did you know that more than 10,000 Hispanics/Latinos
are newly diagnosed with HIV each year?
Latinos represent 17% of th U.S. population and 24% of new infections.

• Confidential HIV Rapid Testing will ge available
• Light snacks and refreshments will be provided
• We gather to unite with the goal of helping, belonging an empowerment for all

Join the discussion:
Tuesday, June 19th, 2018
from 7pm – 8:30 pm
World AIDS Museum and Educational Center
1201 NE 26th Street #111, Wilton Manors, FL 33305

WAM Flyer_ArtExhibit_062918Art Exhibit And Opening Night Gala

Friday, June 29

World AIDS Museum and Educational Center 1201 NE 26th Street, Suite 111
Wilton Manors, FL. 33305
Admission: Free
Join us for a casual evening as we celebrate local artists that educate, enlighten and empower the community to decrease stigma.
Light hors d’oeuvres and wine will be served.
For info:
Ivan Moros
(954) 390-0550 ivan@worldaidsmuseum.org https://www.worldaidsmuseum.org
Presented By:
This has been made possible by support from the following: Community Foundation of Broward Funds: Deinhardt Charitable Fund, Oakland Park Woman’s Cluband Helen and Frank Stoykov Charitable End

Join the World AIDS Museum & Educational Center for Dinner06-04-18 Dine Out for WAM

Monday, June 4 between 4 and 10 pm at Bona Italian Restaurant!

Enjoy a delicious Italian dinner with friends while helping us continue to educate young people! We’ve taught 8,000 Broward students to date!

A portion of ht evening’s proceeds will go to our education work.  Reservations recommended. Phone, directions and more: click here.

Crystal Meth and HIV

A Party Drug or a Terrible Curse

Tuesday, March 27 7:00-8:30pm at the museum

Dialogue with a panel of people who have “been there, done that” and investigate the reality of drugs and HIV infection.  Dr David Fawcett, renowned author of Lust, Men and Meth will also be part of this conversation focusing on the interconnection between Meth and HIV infection.

Community Dialogue Series: The Impact of HIV on the Transgender Community

Tuesday, November 21 7:00-8:00pm at the museum

compasslogo-w-slogan-web2How are transgender youth and adults uniquely impacted by the HIV epidemic? The CDC reported in 2013 that transgender people who are tested receive HIV diagnosis at three times the national average.

YES_InstitutePanelists will share from their personal and professional experiences and take Q&A with participants. Join us to explore how stigma towards transgender and gender non-binary people plays a role in the disproportionate HIV rates within the community.

Confidential HIV rapid testing will be available. Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.




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