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  • Westport Country Playhouse's LGBT Night OUT - Sex with Strangers

    Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 06:30 PM
    Westport Country Playhouse in Westport, CT

    About LGBT Night OUT:

    Triangle Community Center is series community partner at Westport Country Playhouse's LGBT Night OUT 2017. Geared specifically for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community and allies. Enjoy mingling with friends, meeting up with colleagues and family, or chatting with someone new.

    Pre-Show cocktail party: 6:30pm

    Performance: 8pm

    Purchase tickets: http://www.westportplayhouse.org/buytickets

    Purchase a season pass: http://www.westportplayhouse.org/specialevents/lgbtnightout?gclid=CKOjh7KO_NICFZKFswodwCEOAA

    About Sex with Strangers:

    Is the person you're lying with in bed lying to you online?
    Lust turns to sex, and dating turns to something more complicated when Ethan, a sexy young blogger-turned-bestselling author, meets Olivia, an unknown thirty-something novelist. This provocative new play follows the unexpected twists and turns of modern relationships as ambitions turn dark and self-reinvention is just a click away.

  • LGBTQ Cultural Competency - Monthly Public Trainings

    Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Triangle Community Center in Norwalk, CT

    About the competency trainings:

    TCC has been offering LGBTQ cultural competency trainings upon request to local businesses, social and public service agencies, institutions, and schools for years. The demand for these trainings is higher than ever. Typically, TCC will charge a reasonable training fee to contribute toward the time invested by staff for each training. 

    We believe everyone should have access to this information about our community!

    These monthly trainings are free and open to the public. 

    Reasons you may want to attend one of these trainings include:

    • you or your organization are shopping for an in depth and customizable cultural competency training
    • you are involved at Triangle Community Center as a program leader, volunteer, staff, board member, or attend TCC programs and events
    • you have an interest in being involved with our trainings as a facilitator
    • you have an interest in learning more about and discussing any part of the LGBTQ community

    If you have an interest in bringing TCC's Cultural Competency Trainings to your organization, you may read more here and contact Katelyn@CTPrideCenter.org.

  • LGBTQ Cultural Competency Training - Safe Spaces

    Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Triangle Community Center in Norwalk, CT

    About Cultural Competency Trainings:

    TCC staff facilitate a training open to the public for free every fourth Thursday of the month. 

    TCC's training outcomes include understanding of the following:

    • Language and definition of terms associated with the LGBTQ community, specifically lesser known identities within the community.

    • Definitions of sexual orientation and gender identity and how the two interact.

    • The LGBTQ experience, hetero-normativity, gender binary, and privilege.

    • Changing our systems, policies, and procedures to be inclusive and non binary.

    • How to be a good ally to the LGBTQ community.
  • Visionary Party Volunteer Meeting: All Hands and Hearts on Deck!

    Friday, September 29, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Young Adult Space - 21+ Event! in Norwalk, CT

    About the event:

    This is our third Visionary Party volunteer meeting of the year. Our annual Visionary Party is TCC's biggest fundraiser of the year, and this volunteer meeting is meant to give volunteers and prospective volunteers an idea of what kind of jobs our Visionary Party volunteers will be doing this year. 

    The funds we raise at the Visionary Party help us to serve LGBTQ people in need all year round, and we could not make any of it possible without our volunteers. Bring a friend, family member, co-worker, or come by yourself. We're all going to be meeting new faces at this meeting!

    There will be a chance for us to get to know each other, talk about the event, and roll up our sleeves together to get to work!

    Sign up to volunteer for the Visionary Party: http://www.ctpridecenter.org/volunteer_visionary_2017

    If you can not make it to these meetings, just reach out and let Katelyn know. She'll figure out a schedule that works for you to get all the information you need to join in the effort!

     

  • Bridgeport LGBTQ Youth Dinner

    Friday, October 13, 2017 at 05:30 PM
    The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport, CT

    About the event:

     

    Second Friday of Each Month

    5:30PM - 7:00PM

    Ages 13-17

    Free, Monthly, RSVP Strongly Preferred

     

    RSVP By Clicking Here

     

    This is a monthly community dinner that welcomes LGBTQ youth ages 13 to 17 and their friends. LGBTQ youth who attend this group can expect to sit down together with their peers over a meal, enjoy themselves, and engage in community conversation about things that matter to them. The goal of this program is to foster friendship, understanding, and community among the LGBTQ youth in Bridgeport and the surrounding areas.

    FAQ About Youth Dinners:

    Q: Can I attend Norwalk and Bridgeport dinners if I want to?

    A: Yes!

     

    Q: How do I sign up to come?

    A: You can sign up by filling out this short online form, email Katelyn@CTPrideCenter.org, or call us at 203-853-0600 x 103.

     

    Q: What kind of food do we eat? What if I have special dietary restrictions?

    A: We will take note of any dietary restrictions when you sign up. This event is meant to mimic sitting down to a healthy and filling meal for a holiday gathering or family dinner. There will be meat, vegetables, beverages, sides, desserts, and more! Come hungry!

    About the facilitator:

    Katelyn Owens is the Program and Volunteer Coordinator on-site at Triangle Community Center. Katelyn is currently the TCC case manager and program facilitator for TCC's Bridgeport-based partnership with the Center for Family Justice where she meets with Bridgeport LGBTQ individuals for case management services. Katelyn has two cats, lives in New Haven, and loves spoken word poetry.

    For questions, please contact: Katelyn@CTPrideCenter.org

    Upcoming 2017 Dates (subject to change)
    October 13 - RSVP Today!
    November Date TBD
    December 8 

  • Norwalk LGBTQ Youth Dinner

    Friday, October 20, 2017 at 06:30 PM
    TCC's Drop-In Space in Norwalk, CT

    About the event:

     

    Third Friday of Each Month

    6:30PM - 8:00PM

    Ages 13-17

    Free, Monthly, RSVP Strongly Preferred

     

    RSVP By Clicking Here

     

    This is a monthly community dinner that welcomes LGBTQ youth ages 13 to 17 and their friends. LGBTQ youth who attend this group can expect to sit down together with their peers over a meal, enjoy themselves, and engage in community conversation about things that matter to them. The goal of this program is to foster friendship, understanding, and community among the LGBTQ youth in Norwalk and the surrounding areas.

    FAQ About Youth Dinners:

    Q: Can I attend Norwalk and Bridgeport dinners if I want to?

    A: Yes!

     

    Q: How do I sign up to come?

    A: You can sign up by filling out this short online form, email Claude@CTPrideCenter.org, or call us at 203-853-0600 x 106.

     

    Q: What kind of food do we eat? What if I have special dietary restrictions?

    A: We will take note of any dietary restrictions when you sign up. This event is meant to mimic sitting down to a healthy and filling meal for a holiday gathering or family dinner. There will be meat, vegetables, beverages, sides, desserts, and more! Come hungry!

    About the facilitator:

    Claude Louis is the Program and Outreach Coordinator on-site at Triangle Community Center. Claude has a background in mental health for adults and youth. Claude is an avid reader of comic books, a fan of New England Patriots football, believes Batman is better than Superman. 

    For questions, please contact: Claude@CTPrideCenter.org.

    Upcoming 2017 Dates (subject to change)
    October 20 - RSVP Today!
    November 17
    December 2 **Please Note: This is an irregular meeting day**
  • LGBTQ Cultural Competency Training - Safe Spaces

    Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Triangle Community Center in Norwalk, CT

    About Cultural Competency Trainings:

    TCC staff facilitate a training open to the public for free every fourth Thursday of the month. 

    TCC's training outcomes include understanding of the following:

    • Language and definition of terms associated with the LGBTQ community, specifically lesser known identities within the community.

    • Definitions of sexual orientation and gender identity and how the two interact.

    • The LGBTQ experience, hetero-normativity, gender binary, and privilege.

    • Changing our systems, policies, and procedures to be inclusive and non binary.

    • How to be a good ally to the LGBTQ community.
  • Westport Country Playhouse's LGBT Night OUT - Romeo & Juliet

    Thursday, November 02, 2017 at 06:30 PM
    Westport Country Playhouse in Westport, CT

    About LGBT Night OUT:

    Triangle Community Center is series community partner at Westport Country Playhouse's LGBT Night OUT 2017. Geared specifically for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community and allies. Enjoy mingling with friends, meeting up with colleagues and family, or chatting with someone new.

    Pre-Show cocktail party: 6:30pm

    Performance: 8pm

    Purchase tickets: http://www.westportplayhouse.org/buytickets

    Purchase a season pass: http://www.westportplayhouse.org/specialevents/lgbtnightout?gclid=CKOjh7KO_NICFZKFswodwCEOAA

    About Romeo & Juliet:

    The greatest love story ever told Can love survive all? Shakespeare’s most famous play transcends time and generations with the story of two star-crossed teenagers who fight to love each other in a violent world. Their families are at war, but their love cannot be torn apart. Experience this classic anew in the sure hands of Mark Lamos and find fresh truths no matter your age.