You're invited to join us next Wednesday (3/1) for our monthly Volunteer Training!
We will meet in Longmont starting at 5:30 PM with food, basic training, and an opportunity to talk with
Deidre and Juan about how YOU can get involved in our programming.
Sara will also lead a training on LGBTQ identities, which will be engaging
for people of all knowledge levels on issues facing our diverse communities.
Longmont Dance Theatre, 1422 Nelson Road Longmont CO 80501
Outboulder, Longmont Dance Theatre and Centennial State Ballet
Repeats every week every Sunday 25 times.
Sunday, March 5, 2017 -
12:30pm to 2:00pm
This class will be open to all ages and no dance experience is necessary. The studios will be donated by Longmont Dance Theatre as will my time, donation will be accepted. My experience spans 30 years with a 12 year professional ballet career and 20 plus years of teaching a variety of dance styles. The first 4 weeks the class will be split into two different styles of dance. The first 45 minutes will focus on one style of dance and than a 5 minute break. Followed by another 45 minutes of another style of dance.
Boulder Pridefest is Sunday, September 10th, 2017 from 11:30am to 6:30pm at Boulder Central Park.
Pridefest is Boulder County's largest LGBTQ event of the year, featuring vendor booths, a youth and family area, a health and wellness area, musical guests, food trucks, and more. Come early and stay late! Meet new friends and connect with ones you haven't seen all year.
Queer Conversations is a drop-in discussion group where brilliant queer activists, artists and healers meet to share ideas, thoughts, struggles, concepts, theory, lived experiences, and everything under the rainbow of queer.
Headed to Denver for the Women's March on January 21st? Jump on the bus with people from Boulder County so you don't have to worry about gas or parking plus the conversation and connection are worth the price. Please join us for this unique and powerful event and you can leave the driving to us!
Kimberly Jackson presents Doors to Diversity: The role that mirrors and windows in literature play in the lives of our children. This is a discussion about the LGBTQ approved books and education initiatives in the St. Vrain Valley School District.
The life and teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be celebrated in Boulder through a repertoire of community-led events on Monday, Jan. 16, 2017. Boulder will honor Dr. King with a day of special activities that will inspire Boulder residents to action. The day’s schedule includes art exhibits, interactive workshops, poetry and discussions. This celebration, organized by community organizations and the City of Boulder, is sponsored by the city’s Human Relations Commission.