Watermark’s event guide to your GayDayS weekend

By : Jeremy Williams
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GayDayS is keeping you busy with nearly a full week of pool parties, expos and events Aug. 13-18, and with so much going on it can be easy to miss out on an event—but have no fear, Watermark is here!

We have gathered all of the official GayDayS events—single day, recurring and pool-related—on this page. As well, we listed the suggested theme parks each day so you can be sure that you do not miss a single moment of fun in and out of the sun.

Times, locations and prices are subject to change. To purchase tickets, visit GayDayS.com.

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PHOTOS: Chantel Reshae wins Miss GayDayS 2018

By : Colton Adkins
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A new Miss GayDayS was crowned at the fifth annual Miss GayDayS pageant at the DoubleTree by Hilton at SeaWorld June 1.

Hosted by ChiChi LaRue and Coco Montrese, seven queens competed for the crown which by evening’s end went to Chantel Reshae your Miss GayDayS 2018.

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Lizzie Borden… bound for Broadway?

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Gather all your friends with useless knowledge
Ivanhoe Village is teaming with the Hammered Lamb for a weekly trivia night to benefit the Ivanhoe Village Main Street. Winners can expect prizes every Tuesday’s from 6- 8:30 p.m. at the bar located at 1235 N Orange Ave., Orlando. Trivia games will consist of three rounds with two questions each night to focus on the neighborhood. Ivanhoe Trivia Knight is hosted by Scottie Campbell, Executive Director for Ivanhoe Village. For more information, call 407-704-3200 or visit HammeredLamb.com

Could the second time around be the charm?
For the second year in a row, Orlando’s own Chantel Reshae will fly to Atlantic City to complete for the crown in the 2013 Miss’d America Pageant Saturday, Sept. 21 at the House of Blues Atlantic City at Showboat. More than 2,000 people are expected at the event, which raises money for the The Greater Atlantic City GLBT Alliance and the Schultz-Hill Foundation. Reshae, an 18-year drag veteran, is the only Florida-based contestant. The Miss’d America Pageant was started in 1991 the Sunday after the Miss America Pageant (which used to be held in Atlantic City) as a fun, but very competitive way to raise money for local LGBT charities. For more information, on Miss’d America, visit Acglbt.org

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