Trans Youth Education and Support (TYES) and Out Boulder County present a special event for youth ages 4 through 12 who are transgender, gender queer, gender fluid, gender expansive, and for any other youth who don't identify with the gender they were assigned at birth. This event is also open to siblings of gender expansive youth.
2118 14th St., Boulder | (303) 444-7181
Provides HIV prevention education and care services to residents of Boulder County. Services include case management, housing assistance, emergency financial assistance, support groups, pro bono professional services, buddy programs, treatment advocacy, and spiritual support. http://bcap.org/
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LGBTQ-activist & all around fantastic musician HEATHER MAE is coming to Western Stars Gallery Studio / Ax & Oar Restaurant on Thursday, 9/29 rom 6-8 PM - Lyons Last Thursdays / Arts Stroll...
Just one of the many stops on her nationwide "I AM ENOUGH" CD release tour...
Mark your calendars! Join Out Boulder County and Under the Sun Eatery and Pizzeria for a special Give Back Tuesday on October 11th to celebrate National Coming Out Day! Under the Sun will be donating 10% of sales from 4 to 10 p.m. to a local nonprofit every Tuesday, and they've picked Out Boulder County to spotlight for this event. We hope to see you for some delicious food and drink while we also support the critical work of Out Boulder County.
Eat, drink, and be prideful! Join us for alcoholic/non-alcoholic drinks, great food, and the warm glow of community. Let's get this Pridefest weekend started right with a few dozen of our closest friends at our house!!
Come grab a snack and celebrate elder LGBT Pride with the folks at Out Boulder. We will have snacks and nonalcoholic beverages, as well as conversation, and event guides for those in the elder LGBT community. Elder allies are encouraged to attend.
Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 7:30pm to Sunday, September 11, 2016 - 2:00pm
Cat On a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams was the first play to ever try and portray the reality of the gay experience in America. It's a play without heroes or villians; just broken people trying to make the best of their lives. And for all that has changed since 1955, it's good to remember how the conversation we are still having today about the place of LGBT people in America began.