🏳️🌈 Don’t miss GIA GUNN (@Gia_gunn) at Fairfield County’s Pride in the Park on Saturday, June 8th at Mathews Park in Norwalk, CT! 🏳️🌈
Bridgeport is proudly home to a big and diverse community. Join United Congregational Church, Bridgeport and area affirming houses of faith for a celebration of Pride and love for our LGBTQ families and neighbors. As Reverend Franklin Graham comes to our town on Tuesday, our Wednesday celebration will balance that visit with a showing of love and solidarity across spiritual communities for our LGBTQ loved ones. Led by Rev. Sara Smith and Triangle Community Center, this special night will include leaders from many different local spiritual communities, music, inspirational moments, and rainbow refreshments. Join us an Interfaith Celebration of Faith and Pride tonight at 7PM at United Congregational Church in Bridgeport (2200 North Avenue, Bridgeport, CT 06604).
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS 📢 Help make Pride in the Park a reality for thousands of LGBTQ folks on June 8th! 🏳️🌈 You have TWO opportunities to attend a Pride volunteer training this Saturday, May 18th at TCC’s drop-in Center: ⭐️ Training 1: 10:30AM - 12PM ⭐️ Training 2: 1PM - 2:30PM . You only need to attend one training! You can RSVP on our website (click the link on our page and go to “Events”), or show up to one tomorrow!
⭐️ HEADLINER NEWS! ⭐️ Triangle Community Center is so excited to announce the final headliner of Fairfield County's Pride in the Park as R&B legend Martha Wash! A two-time Grammy nominee, Martha will be joining the Pride lineup as a former member of The Weather Girls with hits such as “It’s Raining Men,” and “Carry On, along with performing lead vocals on chart-toppers like “Strike It Up” and “Everybody Everybody. . Don’t miss out on a legendary performance from Martha Wash at Connecticut’s biggest Pride festival with presenting sponsor Circle Care Center on Saturday, June 8th at Mathews Park.
Come visit TCC’s table at Bethel Pride today! 🏳️🌈
HEADLINER NEWS! ⭐️ Triangle Community Center is thrilled to announce Gia Gunn from RuPaul's Drag Race as the second of three superstar headliners at Fairfield County's Pride in the Park, Connecticut's biggest Pride festival with presenting sponsor Circle Care Center. . Competing on season four of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars, Gia is known for her iconic catch phrases and unforgettable personality. . Don't miss Gia Gunn and Morgan McMichaels at Fairfield County's Pride in the Park on Saturday, June 8th at Mathews Park!
Calling all LGBTQ families! 🏳️🌈 Join Triangle Community Center for an afternoon of painting and family fun on Saturday, May 4th at Rene Soto Gallery. 🎨 This is a free event but RSVP is required to attend— click the link on our page to RSVP!
HEADLINER NEWS! ⭐️ . Triangle Community Center is thrilled to announce Morgan McMichaels from RuPaul's Drag Race as ONE of THREE superstar headliners at Fairfield County's Pride in the Park, Connecticut's biggest Pride festival with presenting sponsor CIRCLE CARE Center. . Fresh off of season three of RuPaul's Drag Race: All Stars, Morgan is a fan favorite and known for her sass, competitive nature, talent, and authenticity. Morgan was most recently featured in Lizzo's music video for her single Juice. . Don't miss Morgan at Fairfield County's Pride in the Park on Saturday, June 8th at Mathews Park!
With less than 60 DAYS until Fairfield County’s Pride in the Park, it’s time for a clue about our SUPERSTAR HEADLINERS! ⭐️ ▫️ CLUE #1: One of our headliners’ hit songs was featured as a track in a lip sync on RuPaul’s Drag Race where another one of our headliners battled it out against fierce competition. Comment your guess below! (Photo: Performers at Pride in the Park 2018 taken by @rahvisions)
#TDOV2019 is starting soon... don’t miss out! Celebrate today with Triangle Community Center-- featuring a full day of programming and self-care for transgender, gender nonconforming, nonbinary, genderqueer, and agender individuals!
Save the date for Connecticut’s biggest #Pride festival! Major announcements coming soon. 🏳️🌈 Fairfield County’s Pride in the Park Saturday, June 8th | 12-8PM Mathews Park 295 West Ave Norwalk, CT 06850
Transgender Day of Visibility (TDOV) aims to highlight the experiences of transgender people in Connecticut, garner connection in the community, and provide an affirming space for transgender, gender nonconforming, nonbinary, genderqueer, bigender, agender, and two spirit people to be visible, authentic, and in charge of the conversation around empowerment and visibility. Join TCC for a full day of TDOV programming on March 30th from 10:30AM - 4PM. 🏳️🌈 SHARE WITH FRIENDS!
Happy International Women’s Day to all womxn! Stop by the drop-in center on Thursday, March 28th at 7PM for TCC’s LBTQ Women’s Social, a program for lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer womxn to meet each other and socialize! ❤️ TAG A POWERFUL WOMXN IN THE COMMENTS ❤️
Have you met Buddy? He’s a regular at TCC’s drop-in Center! See below for a special message about Fairfield County’s Giving Day from Buddy and RW, a TCC client. ◾️ I would like to share with you a story. It's my story. It's about what happened in my life that brought me to TCC and why your donation is so important. My daughter was a week from her 26th birthday. She died after a period of painful illness, leaving behind my granddaughter. I was torn apart. After feeling hopeless watching my daughter suffer, I lost hope, I lost everything. I found myself homeless, unable to cope. I moved into a car and struggled with suicidal thoughts. After some time struggling to get help from other organizations, I was at my wit's end. Getting services often isn't easy and you have to take a lot of extra steps using resources you don't have. It is a challenge to live on the streets, struggle with deep emotional issues, and then on top of all that, to jump through hoops just to get a temporary bed for 9 hours, especially while having an emotional support animal. I was living in my car with my dog, Buddy. Then I came to TCC. I expected the experience there to be just like the rest of the organizations I went to. I immediately noticed the opposite. The staff is experienced and more importantly compassionate and understanding. As TCC guided me through the housing process, they bought insulation to help keep my car warm. They gave me food. They got me and Buddy off the streets and into an apartment. TCC saved my life. Because of TCC, Buddy and I now have a place to call home. -- RW and Buddy Support Triangle Community Center today-- click the link on our page. #FairfieldCountyGives
🏳️🌈 We are excited to announce our Pride Presenting Sponsor: Circle Care Center 🏳️🌈 At Circle Care Center, you can share your whole story. With professionals bringing decades of experience, personalized care, and a deep understanding of our community, we are proud to work with Circle Care Center to make Pride happen every day. Check them out! www.circlecarecenter.org