More than the Average Bear at CAMP Rehoboth: Call for Art
Artists are being invited to submit artwork for consideration in “More than the Average Bear” an exciting bear-friendly art exhibition that will be displayed in the CAMP Rehoboth Gallery from September 10 to October 8, 2022.
Join us for our Monthly Youth Social every 3rd Friday of the month! Hang out with other LGBTQ youth, play games, and start the weekend right! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the location and time!
Women in Circle is a gathering of LGBTQ+ Women. The circle is a welcoming, inclusive and a positive place to meet, connect, and share with other women. At each meeting a different topic opens the circle to discuss, learn and support one other. Become a part of the growing community of the Women in Circle.
The circle meets in -person on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month beginning at 10 a.m.
Flaming Knitters provides a thoughtful and engaging space for working, conversing, connecting, showing off, sharing resources, and supporting fiber-related crafts/projects in a queer- and trans-affirming space.
Everyone can access the health benefits of yoga in this Chair Yoga class with Erin Shivone from Lankai Studio. She’ll guide you to synchronize conscious breath and mindful movement. The sequence of poses is designed to energize and strengthen as well as relax and lengthen muscles. Reduce anxiety and stress, improve circulation, protect joints, builds strength and balance and support your overall well-being. Yoga also can help reduce cravings and simply make us feel good.
The Men’s Discussion Group is a safe and nurturing space for GBTQ men to start conversations important to our community. We celebrate who we are, promote respect and understanding, and we accept each other’s differences with the intention of building a more connected community. This group typically meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays each month. For more information, contact William Dye at email@example.com.
The Youth Discussion Group will be meeting every 2nd and 4th Thursday at 6:30pm EST over Zoom. This discussion group is for youth ages 11-19 years old to get together and chat virtually with other LGBTQ+ youth and a supportive adult moderator. These meetings are meant for informal discussions of school, friends, media, and other youth-driven topics - requests for presentations and other questions from/by adults should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.