Welcome to Out Boulder County!

Phone: 303-499-5777 (Boulder) & 720-600-4138 (Longmont) Email: info@outboulder.org

Connecting Boulder County's LGBT Community Since 1994

Youth

This is for all people aged 13-20.

Youth

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You can submit your own event. Review the event submission guidelines.

CyberCenter and Resource Library

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'Boulder Pride' is now 'Out Boulder' !

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Boulder Pride - Boulder County's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Community Center - has a new name and look: Out Boulder. The new name was selected through community input provided in surveys and focus groups led by Vermilion, a graphic design and communications firm in Boulder. The new name and tag line is: "Out Boulder: Connecting Boulder County's LGBT Community since 1994." Why the change?

About Out Boulder County

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Since 1994 Out Boulder County has educated, advocated and provided services, programs and support to Boulder County's Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) communities.  

Through activites, support groups and events we reach over 9,000 people each year.

We have two offices. The Pridehouse at 2132 14th St., Boulder, CO 80302 or call 303-499-5777 and OBC on Main in Longmont at 630 Main Street, Longmont, 80501 or call 720-600-4138

Our office hours are: Monday through Friday from 9 am to 4 pm (closed between 12 and 1 PM).

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Out Youth Program for LGBTQ youth and allies ages 13-18

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Our Youth Program is Out Boulder County's social and educational space for LGBTQ youth and their allies ages 13-18.  Our goal is to connect LGBTQ youth to each other while we educate each other about LGBTQ history, current events, and larger social issues.  We also use art to express our spectrum of identities and explore everything about ourselves, including our identities. 

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Speaking Out

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Speaking Out Training 

This training is for current volunteers and newcomers to Speaking Out! Join us for a conversation about sexuality and gender, practice your story to share in future panels, and get to know everyone else in the program. This training is AS CLOSE TO MANDATORY AS POSSIBLE for continuing with the Speaking Out program.

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