Events Coming Up @ TCC
The Connecticut Gay Men's Social Network is delighted to announce that with the re-opening of the Redding Roadhouse, socials will resume in Redding! We will gather the first Monday of each month at 6:30 PM for great company with friends and food. We hope you join us for a casual atmosphere and a chance to meet new friends in Redding.
CGSN will be in a new space at the Roadhouse upstairs, with complimentary hors d'oeuvres and a full bar.
The road to recovery is one you do not have to walk alone.
Narcotics Anonymous provides safe meetings to give you the tools you need for recovery. With the support of your peers, you will get the help you need. You will network with others, have a forum to share your experiences, and you will have a safe space here. The LGBTQ community experiences substance abuse at greater rates than its peers, and this program intends to help people on the path to recovery.
This will be a weekly meeting on Tuesdays from 7PM to 8:30PM.
TCC's monthly volunteer orientations get you the tools you need to be a great part of our volunteer corps.
Volunteers are encouraged to attend! New additions to our team will:
- Get to know TCC, its staff, programs, and services.
- Learn about our major events.
- Get plugged in with ways they can apply their talents and get involved.
We look forward to meeting you and getting to work!
This group is for all bisexual/non-monosexual folks in Fairfield County and our allies. We welcome people of all genders, cisgender, transgender, gender non-conforming, androgynous, of no particular gender or some combination of some or all over time. Let's build a stronger community and work together to increase bi visibility and support. We welcome those who are questioning as well as our straight, gay, and lesbian allies (friends and family).
This group is a wonderful social atmosphere that provides personal support. We hope you visit us!
GAYmes Night is a free social program for anyone who likes playing games, that meets every second Friday here at TCC at 7 PM.From old favorites like Scrabble, to quirky up-and-comers like Cards Against Humanity, GAYmes Night is an LGBTQ-friendly gathering for people who enjoy rolling dice and flipping cards over. Future GAYmes Nights offerings will be chosen during the previous session, so games will change depending on members' interests, and may grow to include options such as video games and trading card games. Though there will be plenty of games available on-site, visitors are more than welcome to bring their own games to share with the rest of the community. Snacks will be provided at some meetings, and bringing additional snacks to share is encouraged!
PFLAG is now at TCC! Come and join other parents for support, information, resources (and yes, laughter) as we share the worries, challenges, surprises, and joys of supporting our transgender, gender non-conforming, lesbian, gay, bisexual or queer kids.
Many people don’t know where to turn when a loved one comes out as LGBTQ. This news may bring tears and fear for the safety of the person coming out. You may be confused, sad, angry, or just want somebody to talk to. PLFAG holds monthly meetings to provide support and information for those whose loved ones are exploring personal issues of sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
At PFLAG, we may initially come for help, but ultimately we help each other and share our journeys and learn from each other. That said, there is no pressure to speak up, or reveal anything beyond your own comfort level at our confidential meetings. Some of our stories may be helpful to you in sorting out your own possibly conflicting feelings.
The first hour of our meetings (3:00 - 4:00) will focus on issues of transgender/gender creative children of all ages, while the second hour of the meeting will be more general, for parents of kids across the LGBTQ spectrum.
A support group for LGBTQ and ally adults with MS and other physical disabilities as well as caretakers. Meets first and third Tuesdays of each month at the center from 1-3pm.
Participants in This Ability are encouraged share their stories, learn helpful tips on health management, research updates and ways to improve our lives and relationships.
Yoga for Stress Relief is TCC's free yoga course, taught by an experienced yoga instructor.
Whether you're an experienced yoga enthusiast, or are just a beginner, you are welcome to Yoga for Stress Relief. Our yoga instructor Elizabeth Crisci designed this Wednesday evening program to encourage participants to relax, exercise, and relieve stress. You are invited to attend yoga this week!
Yoga for Stress Relief takes place every second Wednesday here at TCC at 7 PM.
Triangle Community Center is hosting its quarterly LGBTQ professionals social on Tuesday, September 22 at 7 PM.
This is a forum for you to connect with, network, and engage LGBTQ professionals like yourself. These forums seek to foster an atmosphere where people in the LGBTQ community can meet professionals like themselves and enjoy themselves.
TCC will be providing free snacks and refreshments.
Questioning and Coming Out for Men is a peer support group led by a professional life coach. This is a program to provide a safe forum for men age 24 and up who are questioning their sexual orientation and are coming out. Wherever you stand in your coming out process, this program offers you a judgement free and safe environment where you can discuss your experiences, concerns, and questions with your peers. You're not in this alone!
If you would like to attend the Women's Questioning and Coming Out program, please email Beth: firstname.lastname@example.org.