Wednesday Wind-Up Writing Party

The Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center is excited to offer a new ongoing social Writing Party series, facilitated by The Generations Project, starting April 21st and continuing on the Third Wednesday of every other month through August, (June 16th, August 18th), from 5-6:30pm EST!

At each session, TGP facilitators will guide participants through a variety of short creative writing prompts, designed to help each person express themselves, share their story and get to know each other. No writing experience necessary! These are fun, accessible exercises to flex your imagination and get to hear the perspectives of other generations of LGBTQ+ people. April’s session falls just before Earth Day, so we’ll be exploring related themes: the Indigenous history of the land, the environment and our global queer community.

Click here to register!




Listening For Action: Virtual Community Town Hall

Mark your calendars and plan to join the Center’s Board of Directors and staff for our next “Listening for Action” event – everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend! Thursday April 29th 6-8pm on Zoom! We want to update you on the many actions taken during the past months since our last town hall, as well as provide a preview of what’s in store for the rest of 2021 ahead.

Questions or things you want to hear about? Contact us at Click here to register today!





Through The Eyes of Artists: Art Show Reflecting on the 2020 Pandemic. Artist Talk With Ingrid Baumann

poster for artist talk with Ingrid Baumann
Join us for our last virtual art show of the year, highlighting work made by LGBTQ+ artists, focusing on their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Visit The Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center’s Facebook Page to view the art of Ingrid Baumann and the other featured artists this week! Participate in the live Artists Talks and interact with the artists who will be on Facebook answering questions you have about their work!

Through The Eyes of Artists: Reflecting on the 2020 Pandemic

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 to view the art, interact with the artists starting December 28th! Check our calendar or our Facebook Page for times and dates of the virtual Artist Talk, where you can interact with the artists and learn about their work in live-time!

GALA 2020: What’s Cookin’

On behalf of all of us at the Center we would like to invite you to GALA 2020: What’s Cookin’ which will be held on Saturday December 12, 2020 at 6:00pm.

It will be virtual, and with a great added twist.

We will have famous chef Ric Orlando, whose Potato Latkes Beat Bobby Flay on the Food Network and is a two-time Chopped winner, including the elimination round of the inaugural Chopped Champions preparing a delicious meal that you can cook right along with him while hearing about the great work of the Center.

We are also delighted to let you know that we will have our traditional silent auction that currently has over 50 items this year, thanks to the generosity of so many businesses in the Hudson Valley. Bidding will run now through December 13th. To register and bid visit or text LGBTQgala to 76278.

If you are interested in attending, please email and we will send you the information including the recipes, shopping list and Zoom information.

Hope to “see” you there!!!!!


Holiday SAGE Table

The 2020 winter holiday season may look different than usual, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still celebrate. This year, we will celebrate online with something that connects people across many diverse cultures: food! Though we will not be physically together at the same table, we invite you to bring your own favorite meal to our virtual table for this intergenerational celebration of our community.

We will have a keynote presentation by Sonya Joy Key from the Poughkeepsie Farm Project and enjoy music from LGBTQ chorus, Key of Q!

To register, fill out the form here or email