Virtual Pride: An LGBTQ-munity Celebration

Get ready for a celebration like never before! We’re taking the party online and bringing the fun and excitement straight into your home.

While we may be “on pause,” our pride isn’t. So, we’ve partnered with some of the best in the entertainment and LGBTQ community to throw a virtual sober pride celebration you won’t want to miss.

Get Ready To:

Get loud and let everyone know you’re proud with an exciting drum circle led by celebrity trainer and wellness expert Leandro Carvalho.
Show everyone your best moves during our daytime dance party featuring Grammy award-winning DJ Hex Hector.
Become the next top chef and prepare some mouthwatering light bites during our cooking class led by This Queer Kitchen.
Learn how to make the perfect booze-free drinks to get you ready for summer with mixologist Ryan Cangello.
Let your competitive side go wild as you battle it out to become Game Night champion.
This is a free, sober event open to the LGBTQ+ community and allies.

Event Schedule:

5:30 – 6:00 PM – Drum circle with celebrity trainer Leandro Carvalho

6:00 – 6:30 PM – Daytime dance party with DJ Hex Hector

6:45 – 7:30 PM – Cooking class with This Queer Kitchen

7:30 – 8:00 PM – Mocktails with mixologist Ryan Cangello

8:00 – 9:00 PM – Game Night

Limited amount of tickets available. Don’t wait to get yours!


Counselor facilitated support and discussion group for adults starting or considering gender transition. To join this group, email or text (845) 481-0385

ATAC Presents: Trans Day of Visibility

It’s time again to celebrate our amazing community!

Let’s drench our beloved friends in love and good wishes before they move away to new places!

Perform, show your art, read something, make something, tell jokes, dance with us, or just hang out.

Doors at 6. Performances throughout the night.

Bring food and drinks to share.

Legal Name & Gender Marker Change Clinic

Are you LGBTQ and looking to change you legal name or gender marker to one that matches your authentic identity? Does your legal name get in the way of applying for certain jobs, school, and public benefits? Do you just want to change your gender marker but don’t feel like interacting with the court system? We’ve got you covered!

The Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center and Legal Services of the Hudson Valley are teaming up to bring you this legal name and gender marker change clinic. We’ll help you with the name and gender marker change process so you can successfully complete the process and move forward with your life.

Those below a certain income may also be eligible for financial assistance in the matter, but there’s assistance available no matter your situation.

IMPORTANT: to RSVP and receive the clinic registration documents, please email and say “I want to attend the legal name change clinic!” You can also RSVP by calling 845-331-5300.

Art Show Opening: Queer Icon

Join the LGBTQ Center to celebrate the opening of Gabriel Garcia Roman’s solo show, Queer Icons. Light fare will be served!

These portraits highlight queer, trans activists and artists of color.

After the opening, Queer Icons will be on display Monday through Friday, 9:30am-5:00pm throughout the month.


Clinician guided group counseling for those starting or considering gender transition. For entry into the group, please contact Signy Furiya at (845) 331-5300 or by email at

Art Opening: Superfreaky by Mady G

Join the LGBTQ Center to celebrate the opening of Mady G’s solo show, Superfreaky. Light fare will be served!

Mady G. is a cartoonist, illustrator, and designer who is currently based in Kingston, NY. Superfreaky is a collection of some of Mady G’s most vibrant, dream-like work. The portraits reflect on their uniquely queer subconscious. Mady G is also the co-creator of “A Quick & Easy Guide to Queer & Trans Identities.”

After the opening, Superfreaky will be on display Monday through Friday, 9:30am-5:00pm until February 12th.

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Come gather at the center to recognize and remember the lives of those trans and gnc that came before us. There will be a reading of names for those trans people taken from us this year, as as a small art piece and altar to commemorate them.

Everyone is encouraged to bring something small and meaningful, or a small note, to be a part of the altar

Attendees are encourage to gather, eat and drink, and share their memories and feelings.