Hop on Zoom and meet with local artist Judy Stanger, our featured artist for our Women's History Month Art Show! Judy's work can be found on the Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center Facebook Page where you can comment and ask questions which she will answer at Wednesday's Artist Talk at 6pm! Join live to meet Judy and learn more about her work!
Coming Soon! Men4Men, a counselor facilitated support and discussion group for all men who are sexually/romantically attracted to other men. This will be a safe and confidential space to connect and discuss issues affecting gay, bi, pan, or questioning men.
If you are looking for a helpful tool to connect with your self, help reduce stress or anxiety, or even simply a mini respite from the busy-ness of your day, in the company of folx who identify as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Person of Color) please join me, for a deceivingly simple 20 minute practice based on the teachings of Rev. angel Kyodo williams. ALL levels welcome!
A virtual workspace where folks co-create structure and accountability for themselves and each other when faced with the challenge of starting/completing a project, schoolwork, or anything they want to get done but can’t get going on.
First Friday Sound Bath is a 30 minute sound bath experience with the Centers music therapist, Timothy Doak. Sound baths are a meditative experience of deep listening and being “bathed” in sound’s vibrations from various musical instruments.
In partnership with Hudson Valley Region's LGBTQ+ organizations, WMCHealth invites you to a Community Conversation about the COVID-19 vaccination. If you have specific questions you would like answered, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by FRIDAY, FEB 19. To learn more: https://covidinfo.wmchealth.org
In partnership with TMI Project, the Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center is proud to announce a national call for storytellers who self-identify as members of the Black Transgender & Gender Non-Conforming community.
Close out the year with our Virtual Art Show! Featuring 4 LGBTQ+ artists whose work reflects thoughts, experiences and reactions to this year's pandemic. Visit our Facebook Page facebook.com/hvlgbtqcenter to view the art, interact with the artists starting December 28th!