Today is the second annual Colorado Gives Day,
a day designated to support the nonprofits that protect and nurture
quality of life in Colorado. Your tax-deductible donation to Out Boulder
TODAY will be matched by the Community First Foundation and for every
hour that we receive a donation, we will be entered to win an additional
first opened its doors in 1985 as a community response to the AIDS
epidemic in Boulder. 26 years later, we have offices in Boulder and
Longmont offering comprehensive medical case management services, HIV
outreach and prevention programming, and two HIV-specific food
banks. Despite the
myth that there is a vaccine for HIV and that AIDS has been cured, the
HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to impact Boulder, Broomfield, Gilpin and
Clear Creek Counties.
accomplishment: BCAP is excited to announce our World AIDS Day concert
Join Out Boulder in celebrating the holidays! This year we will gather in Longmont, at Martini's Bistro, 543 Terry Street. You definitely want to attend this one, not much else to say except, be there Wed., Dec. 14th 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The Sept 22 event will be an introduction to PEN, and an introduction
to the Equity/Inclusion series that will be continue for the year,
designed by Bill De La Cruz. It will flow with the equity/inclusion
work being done at the administration level. PEN Team leaders will be
learning how to put PEN into action in their school. The event is open
The "August Edition" of Boulder County AIDS Project's "Dining Out Days" is at Terroir Restaurant.Located in historic Old Town Longmont, Terroir serves seasonal, modern American cuisine with Mediterranean influences. True to their namesake, Terroir draws its inspiration - in and out of the kitchen- from characteristics specific to Colorado. Owners Tim Payne and Melissa Newell are on hand nightly to cook and serve this thoughtful cuisine that honors the land and the people around them. 15% of all dinner sales will be donated to Boulder County AIDS Project!
"Segregation, Racism and Homophobia in Boulder County: A Latino Perspective"
Co-sponsored with Out Boulder and the Colorado Latino Forum, our September meeting will feature a panel of diverse Latino/as from Boulder County sharing their own views and experiences of what it means to be a Latino in this community. With Daniel Escalante as moderator, the panelists will include:
Two spirits takes us to a time when the world wasn’t simply divided into male and female, and teaches us that there is a place of honor in many Native American cultures for people across a spectrum of sexuality and gender expression. A powerful documentary that should be seen by everyone.