Trans Spectrum Discussion Group

The Trans Spectrum Discussion Group meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays on Zoom. The group serves exclusively to members who identify under the trans umbrella. This would mean, those who identify as an ally, friend, family, or out of the trans umbrella are not invited to the space. This ensures that the voices of those who fall under the trans umbrella have a safe space dedicated to address and discuss the experiences of members. Please note, the Trans Spectrum Discussion Group is not affiliated with the Center

If interested in being a part of the group, please contact hvtransspectrum@protonmail.com to receive the Zoom link.

Black Trans Stories Matter

Black Trans Stories Matter

TMI Project and the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center are proud to announce our first-ever Black Trans Stories Matter true storytelling live virtual performance on Saturday, June 12th, 2021. Join us or host a screening from anywhere in the world!

PrEP + PEP Ed

Join us on Wednesday, May 12 at 1pm in partnership with Sun River Health to learn about PrEP and PEP. Sun River Health educators will give an overview on these HIV prevention medications including how they are used, risk factors, and how to pay for them. Bring your questions!

Moderna Vaccine Appointments

On Wednesday May 5, 2021 from 1-6pm vaccinators will be administering the first dose of the Moderna Vaccine for 150 appointments at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center (300 Wall Street, Kingston).
Please bring your registration ticket and photo ID/employee ID to the appointment. Must be 18 years of age and older. Please keep in mind that the appointment time that you are scheduling will remain the same for your second dose appointment in 28 days.

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 info@lgbtqcenter.org. Click here to register today!

 

 

 

 

23rd Annual Lesbians & Friends LGBTQ+ Dance

Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition is hosting its 23rd Annual LGBTQ+ Dance. This event will take place virtually on October 24th from 7-9 pm. The event will benefit MBCC’s unique focus on breast cancer prevention and we hope that people will support us locally and nationally. The event will feature Comedian, Karen Williams, Liz Nania from OUT to Dance teaching dance lessons with no partner needed (cha-cha, rhumba, salsa, and merengue), DJ Shelly Cullen, and special guests!

2020 Updates to Name and Gender Marker Changes Information Session

2020 Updates to Name and Gender Marker Changes Information Session

Join Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center and Legal Services of the Hudson Valley on Wednesday July 29th at 2pm as we discuss the name/gender marker change process in NY State, how that process has been impacted by COVID-19, and what rights we now have to use “X” as a gender marker.

E-mail programs@lgbtqcenter.org to get the zoom meeting information. Please indicate if you request Spanish translation for the event.
Actualizaciones de la sesión de información sobre cambios de marcadores de nombre y género del 2020.

Ven y participa al Centro Comunitario LGBTQ de Hudson Valley y a los Servicios Legales del Hudson Valley el Miércoles 29 de Julio a las 2 p.m. mientras discutimos el proceso de cambio de marcador de nombre y género en el estado de Nueva York, cómo ese proceso ha sido afectado por COVID-19 y qué derechos tenemos ahora usar “”X”” como marcador de género.

Envíe un correo electrónico a programs@lgbtqcenter.org para obtener la información de la reunión. Indique si nesesita traducción al español para el evento.”

Of Masc & Men Discussion & Support Group

A place for any and all men of LGBTQ+ community, generally ages 18 to 45. Come share a space (now virtual) to meet and connect with others in our community. Anyone along the masculine spectrum welcome (yes, ‘feminine’ men, too!). Some discussion topics include, ‘what it means to be masculine today’ and ‘toxic masculinity stereotypes.’ Hope to see you there!

Contact our facilitator AJ Anderson at mrgiqueanderson91@gmail.com for the zoom link.