Phone: 303-499-5777 (Boulder) & 720-600-4138 (Longmont)

This is for all people who are attending a post-high school institution.

teamLOVE's Denver Millennial March

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Location: 
Denver
Sponsor: 
teamLOVE
Contact Name: 
Jordan Sterner
Phone Number: 
3179107167
Email: 
jordantsterner@gmail.com
Date: 
Friday, January 20, 2017 -
1:30pm to 7:30pm
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The Denver Millennial March is an all-accepted, all-inclusive march through the city of Denver on Inauguration Day, which will take place January 20, 2017, and be held by teamLOVE. teamLOVE is a group of Boulder students and youth dedicated to making the future responsible. Our goal is to protect progressive legislation to support the rights of ALL humans by fundraising and providing an event for groups like Planned Parenthood, the Gay-Straight Alliance, Greenpeace, the NAACP, and more to come together and communicate the cause.

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Boulder County Transgender Day of Remembrance on 11/20/16

Out Boulder County’s Transgender Day of Remembrance

 

LONGMONT, CO. – In the last year, twenty four transgender people have been murdered in the United States and countless more have been the targets of violence and intimidation.  

Last week, Noony Norwood, who was shot Saturday in Richmond, VA and died in a hospital the next day, just five days after her 30th birthday.

St. Vrain Valley Schools GSA Social

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Location: 
OBC at 463 Main Street, Longmont, CO 80501
Sponsor: 
Out Boulder, St. Vrain Valley Safe Schools Coalition and OASOS
Contact Name: 
Mardi Moore
Phone Number: 
3034995777
Email: 
mmoore@outboulder.org
Date: 
Thursday, November 10, 2016 -
4:00pm to 6:00pm
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Saint Vrain Valley Safe Schools Coalition, OASOS and Out Boulder County are throwing a celebration and collaboration event for Gay-Straight Alliances, Allies Clubs, Gender and Sexual Alliances and all other LGBTQ clubs from St. Vrain middle and high schools on Thursday, November 10th!

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HEATHER MAE coming to Lyons 9/29

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Location: 
Ax & Oar Restuarant, 160 East Main, Lyons, CO - Part of Lyons Last Thursdays / Arts Stroll
Sponsor: 
Western Stars Gallery & Studio, 160 East Main, Lyons, CO
Contact Name: 
Chrystal DeCoster
Phone Number: 
401-301-1212
Email: 
chrystaldecoster@gmail.com
Date: 
Thursday, September 29, 2016 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
RSVP: 
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Spread the Word - Save the Date: 
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...

Come Walk the Walk! And check out Heather Mae:http://www.heathermae.net/

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LGBTQ Training with Out Boulder County

Out Boulder County offers trainings on a variety of LGBTQ issues, including workplace diversity, transgender issues, supporting LGBTQ students, and more!

Our most popular training is our LGBTQ 101 training, which covers appropriate language around gender and sexuality, information about transgender identities, tips on how you can be an ally to LGBTQ customers/clients/co-workers, and practical scenarios customized to fit your needs. This presentation is an hour and a half.

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[Pride Week] Oriented: Film Screening

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Location: 
Boulder JCC
Sponsor: 
The Boulder Jewish Film Festival, CU’s Program in Jewish Studies and the Religious Studies Department. and Out Boulder County
Contact Name: 
Kathryn Bernheimer
Phone Number: 
720-749-2530
Email: 
kathryn@boulderjcc.org
Date: 
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Join Out Boulder County and The Boulder Jewish Film Festival for a special screening of Oriented and a Q&A session with Director Jake Witzenfield.

Oriented is a documentary detailing the lives of three gay Palestinian friends living in Tel Aviv, Israel.

$12 in advance at boulderjcc.org

$15 at the door

Free for students (college and high school)

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[Pride Week] FACETS: LGBTQ Youth Talent Show

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Location: 
Shine Restaurant and Gathering Place
Sponsor: 
OASOS and Out Boulder County
Contact Name: 
Taylor
Phone Number: 
(303) 579-2676
Email: 
tstein@bouldercounty.org
Date: 
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
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Join Out Boulder County and OASOS for a talent showcase featuring LGBTQ youth and allies (13 to 26 years old) at Shine, Be preapred for musical acts, skits, poetry, photography and more.

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[Pride Week] Breaking Free of the Gender Binary

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Location: 
Unity of Boulder Spiritual Center, 2855 Folsom Street, Boulder, CO
Sponsor: 
PFLAg of Boulder County, Gender and Sexaulity Center and Out Boulder County
Contact Name: 
Eleanor Hubbard
Phone Number: 
3034995777
Email: 
eleanor.hubbard@colorado.edu
Date: 
Tuesday, September 6, 2016 -
7:00pm to 9:00pm
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Join PFLAG of Boulder County, Out Boulder County, and CU's Gender and Sexuality Center for a dialogue with producer and star Lauren Lubin and director Andrew Seger. We will discuss the issues non-binary people face in education, sports, and being non-binary in a gender binary world.

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[Pride Week] We Exist: Beyond the Binary Film Screening at CU

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Location: 
University of Colorado at Boulder in UMC 235
Sponsor: 
Out Boulder County, PFLAG Boulder County and Gender and Sexuality Center
Contact Name: 
Eleanor Hubbard
Phone Number: 
3034995777
Email: 
eleanor.hubbard@colorado.edu
Date: 
Tuesday, September 6, 2016 -
12:00pm to 3:00pm
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This is an exclusive advance screening of "We Exist: Beyond the Binary", a documentary detailing the experience of former CU Basketball Star Lauren Lubin.

Lauren Lubin, Producer and Star, and Andrew Seger, Director will be in attendance and answer questions after the screening.

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Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

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Location: 
The Nomad Playhouse 1410 Quince Ave, Boulder, Colorado 80304
Sponsor: 
The Upstart Crow Theatre Co.
Contact Name: 
Deb Conley
Phone Number: 
303 696 9850
Email: 
deborahconley19@gmail.com
Date: 
Thursday, September 1, 2016 - 7:30pm to Sunday, September 11, 2016 - 2:00pm
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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. 

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