Repeats every week every Tuesday until Tue Dec 18 2018 except Tue Jan 09 2018, Tue Feb 13 2018, Tue Feb 20 2018, Tue Mar 13 2018, Tue Mar 27 2018, Tue Apr 10 2018, Tue May 08 2018, Tue Jun 12 2018, Tue Jul 10 2018, Tue Aug 14 2018, Tue Sep 11 2018, Tue Oct 09 2018, Tue Nov 13 2018, Tue Dec 11 2018.
Tuesday, January 2, 2018 -
6:00pm to 7:30pm
Queer Creative is a community space where 18-25 year olds may come to express themselves artistically, linguistically or however they see fit and to interact respectfully where they will be accepted with love and support without judgement. Queer Creative's current project is a 40+ page Zine with original works created by members of the group including poetry, art, and photography. Queer Creative is open to all LGBTQ young adults as well as allies to the LGBTQ+ community.
Every year, Out Boulder County honors three outstanding members of our community with the Clela Rorex Allies in Action Award, Jack and Jean Hodges Big Hearts Award, and the Ignite and Inspire Youth Leadership Award.
Once again, it’s time to nominate LGBTQ people, allies, and youth who have changed Boulder County with their service to the LGBTQ community!
Join us for a full night of board gaming in an LGBTQ-focused space! All types of games are welcome, including card grams, classic cames (like Monopoly), tabletop groups, European-style games (like Ticket to Ride or Catan), adn more! Allies are welcome and encouraged to join us!
Usually we meet the 1st Monday of every month, 6-9 pm. In January, we are meeting on Jan 8 (the 2nd Monday) because of New Years Day on Jan 1.
6-9 pm at Twisted Pine Brewing Company, 3201 Walnut St, Boulder
It was 1985 and I was walking down Castro Street toward Market on a gorgeous June San Francisco day. I had graduated from High School in Houston, Texas just a week earlier and now I was surrounded by the exact opposite of where I had grown up – a liberal fantasyland which felt truly unreal – yet it wasn’t the rainbow flag festooned boulevard then that it is today; instead, black bunting and sorrow ruled the neighborhood.