NEXUS is a GLCC sponsored social group for LGBTQ persons over 50. Everyone in the group can organize events and outings such as dinner and a movie, trips to the museum, or even hosting a gathering at your home.
HOLIDAY PARTY AND WHITE ELEPHANT GIFT EXCHANGE! Sunday, December 7 beginning at 4 p.m.Stay tuned for details!
“FIRST THURSDAYS” A group for lesbians and friends over 50. Join the group for dinner, dancing, pinball and conversation. If you have questions, contact Jan at email@example.com. 1st Thursday, November 6 at 6:30. “5801”, 5801 Ellsworth Ave. in Shadyside
OUTrageous Bingo Sat, November 15, 6:30pm – 10:00pm Rodef Shalom Congregation, Fifth Avenue, Get tickets at http://outrageousbingopgh.org Put “Nexus” as your group name if you want to sit together.
ReelQ – Continues through October 18 at the Harris Theater Check out the full schedule of films.
Other Information Of Interest
WAYS TO PARTICIPATE IN THE OUTREACH OF THE GLCC – Volunteers are always needed at the Gay and Lesbian Community Center, downtown Pittsburgh, to cover the desk, greet people, answer the phones and manage routine activities. As persons who are aged 50+, we can provide a positive role model for younger folks who venture into the Center. Jeff is at the Center most Wednesdays – stop in and check out the possibilities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Donate to the Winter Clothes Drive… We’ve set up pages on the blog to answer people’s most basic questions, from how to donate to how to volunteer to how to request items. Please take a look and feel free to pass this link along to people who inquire.
DID YOU READ THIS IN THE NEWSPAPER???? A great piece with reference to the GLCC that digs a little deeper to talk about funding cuts and systemic solutions.
UNDERSTANDING ISSUES FACING BISEXUAL AMERICANS A new resource to help us all understand.
For more information about Nexus events, contact Jeff at email@example.com
In honor LGBT History Month, the Men’s Gathering hosted Lance Ringel, author of the acclaimed World War I saga Flower of Iowa who read excerpts from his eBook, joined by his spouse, actor-singer and Pittsburgh native Chuck Muckle. Mr. Muckle performed several songs made famous during The Great War.
The Men’s Gathering for GBTQ men meets every other Sunday from 12-1:30 PM. They also host movie screenings. For their latest schedule, visit the GLCC Events Calendar. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 412-422-0114.
On September 28, the GLCC was proud to receive a $1,000 donation during the TREAT annual bowling tournament.
TREAT is the Pittsburgh-based member in the International Gay Bowling Organization, a non-profit organization that provides education, communications and opportunities to promote the sport of bowling and to enrich the lives of individuals through leagues and tournaments worldwide. For more than 20 years, TREAT has raised money for local charities and community groups. The visibility of their biennial intramural bowling tournament is one of the oldest gay bowling tournaments in the country, drawing domestic and international participants.
TREAT has been a long-time supporter of the GLCC and other community groups. We are grateful for their ongoing investment in Pittsburgh’s LGBTQ Community Center.