BCAP and the Atlas Program are walking in the Denver Pridefest Parade - and we want you to join us! Out Boulder has always been a big supporter of BCAP and the Atlas Program, and we hope you'll walk and show some Boulder Pride at the Denver Pridefest!
Free monthly workshops on the elements and dynamics of transformation.
Deep Blue, LLC wants to welcome you with the first free
“Transformation 101” workshop. Each monthly workshop will be a lively
exploration of the dynamics and elements in transformation. The month
of May focuses on the theme of “freedom." The first workshop will be
Saturday, May 16 from 11am-1pm. These workshops are open to anyone 18
Cross Roads Theater 2590 Washington Street, Denver CO 80205
The Denver Element
Thursday, July 9, 2015 - 7:00pm to Monday, July 20, 2015 - 7:00pm
The Denver ELEMENT and Mile High Behavioral Healthcare are proud to present our 4th Annual play in partnership with Theater Out Denver!
We return to Crossroads Theater to present "Psycho Beach Party" a play by Charles Busch. This piece beach comedy is set in the 1960's and is filled with gender-bending, multiple personalities and of course a hilarious who-done-it.
Out Boulder's Coming Out Support Group has broadened to an LGBTQQ Support Group. The group provides a supportive space for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans*, queer and questioning folks ages 18 and up to share their experiences.
This support group provides an opportunity to give and receive peer support around issues like depression, anxiety, relationships, coming out, and substance use and is supported by two peer facilitators with background and training in group facilitation. Whether you are questioning, just coming out or have been out for decades, you are welcome!
The Butterfly Pavilion is a zoo filled with the diversity of butterfly and insect life. Explore with The Center LGBT Family Program. Regular admission charges apply. RSVP to Juli German at firstname.lastname@example.org
"The Untruth i Wore" uses contemporary dance to expose our truths and their origin. How does what we believe about ourselves affect our lives? Where do these stories come from? Do they still serve us? How do we wade through all the information we are fed from birth to uncover our truth?