It's Women's History Month!
Celebrate with TCC and attend any or all of our special events!
Saturday, March 10 | 9PM - 2AM
SIREN LBTQ+ Women's Night at Troupe 429. The largest and greatest party for LBTQ+ women in Connecticut (ages 21+)! Dancing, drink specials, and no cover.
Tuesday, March 13th | 6:30PM - 8:30PM
LBTQ Women's Social - As a celebration of Women's History Month, Triangle Community Center is hosting an LBTQ Women's Social! This is an opportunity to gather as a community, form new connections, catch up with old friends, and celebrate our accomplishments as LBTQ women.
Join us for a free, sober, and catered (yes, there will be food!) social for all lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer identified women. Events exclusively for LBTQ women are limited in Connecticut, so let's get together and build a network of amazing LBTQ women.
Women's History Month Movie Series
Let's celebrate Women's History Month together!
Triangle Community Center is showcasing four different movies featuring powerful, diverse women for free every Thursday in March! Bring your friends, we'll bring the popcorn.
Free, 18+, popcorn and non-alcoholic drinks provided.
Thursday, March 8th | 6:30PM - 9PM
Women's History Month Movie Series: "Hidden Figures" - A biographical drama about three brilliant African-American women at NASA who serve as the brains behind one of the greatest operations in history: the launch of astronaut John Glenn into orbit, a stunning achievement that restored the nation's confidence, turned around the Space Race and galvanized the world.
Thursday, March 15th | 7-9pm
Women's History Month Movie Series: "She's Beautiful When She Angry" - Through archives and interviews with scores of vibrant, passionate women, this documentary resurrects the buried history about some of the women involved in the second wave feminist movement from 1966-1973.
Thursday, March 22nd | 7PM - 8:30PM
Women's History Month Movie Series: "Born in Flames"- A documentary-style feminist science fiction film by Lizzie Borden that explores racism, classism, sexism and heterosexism in an alternative United States socialist democracy.
Thursday, March 29th | 7PM - 8:30PM
Women's History Month Movie Series: "The Queen" - Long before RuPaul, Paris is Burning, or La Cage aux Follies, the United States had a thriving drag subculture of glittery, drag beauty pageants. The Queen captures the dead-serious glamour of the Miss All-American Camp Beauty Pageant and is one of the earliest queer-focused documentaries that includes famous faces like Andy Warhol mingling with drag queens like Crystal LaBeija.