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  • Tweet Avatar #SCOTUS will hear all four marriage cases out of the #SixthCircuit in late April with a decision likely in late June 2015. 1 year ago
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  • Tweet Avatar BREAKING: Arkansas gay marriage ban struck down as unconstitutional. NO stay yet. Pulaski County ready to issue licenses Monday morning. 2 years ago

Denver Pride Parade

Boulder goes to Denver Pride to join with other Colorado PFLAG folks. Hot, but stronger together!
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June Event: Annual Appreciation Awards Banquet

Sunday, June 12th, 5:00pm-7:00pm
First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St., Boulder, CO 80302.

RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/1033629580041316/

Bring a “pot” to share!

Featured Performance by Phoenix, Colorado’s Trans Community Choirphoenix

Phoenix, Colorado’s Trans Community Choir was founded in September 2015 by Sam Bullington as a fully collaborative grassroots community of individuals who believe in the transformative potential of the arts for personal empowerment and societal change. Although many of its members are trans-identified, the choir is home for anyone who does not fit neatly into the gender binary, as well as all those touched by trans issues, including partners, parents, friends, and allies. The chorus is based in Broomfield, with singers from all over the Front Range, and performs frequently at community events. Phoenix will have a fall concert in late October at Boulder Valley Unitarian Universality Fellowship. For more information, contact Sam.Bullington@colorado.edu or check out their Facebook site: http://www.facebook.com/coloradotranschoir/

4pm Confidential Support for TYES and PFLAG
5pm Dinner & Award Presentations

ExcellenceOUR HONOREES:

Outstanding LGBTQ Activist: Mardi Moore, Out Boulder County
Outstanding Educator: Connie Syferd, Safe Schools Coalition
Service Award: Jenny Martin, Board of Directors of PFLAG Boulder County, Past Member
Outstanding Community Ally: Claire Studholme, Longmont Public Library
Jean and Jack Social Activism Scholarship: Gabriela Bell, Boulder High School

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May Event: International Family Equality Day

Logo_IFED-copySunday, May 1st, 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Heart of Longmont Methodist Church (formerly known as First Methodist Church of Longmont), 350 11th Ave., Longmont, CO.

RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/963575910416014/

Bring a pot to share and your willingness to enjoy family friendly activities. All shapes and sizes of families, no matter their sexual orientation or race or class or gender presentation or age or ability. All Families are Welcome!

Co-Sponsored by Boulder County PFLAG and TYES.

For more information, contact: Eleanor A. Hubbard, Boulder County PFLAG, 303-817-6536.

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April Program: Safe Schools

imagePresenter: Lauren Cikara – Safe Schools Manager, One Colorado

Sunday, April 10th, 3:00pm
First United Methodist Church (also known as Heart of Longmont), 350 11th Ave., Longmont, CO.

RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/1069329289755892/

Lauren will talk with us about current school climate and what is happening around the Denver/Boulder area with regard to supporting LGBTQ youth in schools.  This is an opportunity to learn more about the laws supporting LGBTQ youth and to ask questions about things you might be dealing with in your child’s district.

Important Note: A confidential support group for both PFLAG and TYES meets an hour before the program, from 2-3 p.m.

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March Program: PFLAG/TYES First Annual Gender Expansive Fashion Show and Fundraiser

Sunday, March 13th, 3:00pmInline image 4
First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO.

RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/1561996050759174/

PROGRAM: We’re All Gender Expansive @ 3pm
This will be a kid-friendly interactive program with art and conversation games facilitated by Dr. Eleanor A. Hubbard

FASHION SHOW @ 4pm
Children and youth will be modeling their fashion creativity

RECEPTION @ 5pm

Please Note:

  • This is a family friendly event, but there is no child care.  Parents are responsible for their own children.
  • There is a suggested donation of $5 at the door for the benefit of PFLAG/TYES children’s programs.
  • Trans-Kin: A Guide for Family and Friends of Transgender People will be available for a suggested donation of $20; all proceeds will be donated to PFLAG/TYES children’s programs.
  • This is Boulder County PFLAG’s regular program meeting, but there will not be support groups prior to the program.

For more information or to participate in the fashion show, check with Kimberly Jackson everythingscominguprainbows@gmail.com or Natasha Hubbard hubbard.natasha@hotmail.com

 

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February Program: Full Membership for LGBTQ in the Evangelical Church?

paulaPresenter: Dr. Paula Williams

Sunday, February 14th, 3:00pm
Christ the Servant Lutheran Church, 506 Appia Way, Louisville, CO.

RSVP on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/events/1680418658865283/

America’s Evangelical churches have shown inconsistency in how they respond to the transgender community. Drawing on workshops she presented at the PFLAG National Convention and at the Gay Christian Network national conference, Rev. Dr. Paula Williams will explain the current Evangelical landscape as it relates to LGBTQ issues. She will allow plenty of time for questions, and strategizing an approach to Evangelical churches.

Dr. Paula Williams was the CEO of one of America’s largest church planting organizations, a preaching pastor at two megachurches, a magazine editor, and a seminary instructor. After 35 years in New York, Paula moved to Lyons, Colorado, where she currently serves as a pastoral counselor and church consultant. Paula has three grown children and five granddaughters.

Important Note: A confidential support group for both PFLAG and TYES meets an hour before the program, from 2-3 p.m.

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