Thursday, June 10th, 6PM to 8PM
Location: Haddon Ave from Strawbridge Ave to Crystal Lake Ave
Community Rocks with Sara O'Brien
Love & Learn: A Community Night
Friday, June 11th, 5PM to 8PM
Location: Haddon Square and local businesses in the area.
HTEI celebrates PRIDE with Love & Learn: A Community Night. We build community by making connections. Together with our community partners, we have created a space where folks can meet, connect, learn and share resources. Our aim is to provide resources that support PRIDE through the ages. From our workshop on inclusive and affirming communication around the “Birds and the Bees” to Aging with Pride, community partners will be sharing information to support our LGBTQ+ community and their families and friends.
And as we know….
INFORMATION IS POWER.
PRIDE IS POWER.
Stop by and say hello to our friends at Haddon Square from 5PM - 8PM, with resources and representatives from Attic Youth Center, Camden County Women’s Shelter, CHOP Gender Clinic, Cooper Center for LGBTQ+ Heath, Garden State Equality, GLSEN (formerly Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network), Ida’s Book Shop, Jefferson LGBTQIA+ Health Program, Kaleidoscope, Lez Run Running Club, and William Way LGBT Community Center.
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Other events happening as part of "Community Night" are:
An inclusive Family Conversation About the Birds and the Bees at Koupa Espresso Bar on Friday, 6/11 at 6:30PM - 7:30PM, led by Dr. Dennis Flores, who is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, an affiliated faculty at the Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Program, and is a Visiting Faculty Fellow at the Center for Research on AIDS at Yale University’s School of Public Health.
PRIDE in context: How to be an LGBTQIA+ ally in the history of PRIDE: Wednesday, 6/9 at 6:30PM - 7:30PM. Virtual programming led by Brent A. Satterly, PhD, MSS, LCSW, CSE, CST, who is a Professor at Widener University. At the conclusion of this workshop, you will increase your knowledge of LGBTQIA+ PRIDE, examine American history of LGBTQIA+ PRIDE and its relationship to oppression and advocacy, and explore ways to support LGBTQIA+ people as a straight or cis-gender ally.
PRIDE Vinyasa Flow Donation Class at Haddon Towne Center with Alison Lubar and Rob Crowthers on Friday June 11th 6 - 6:45pm. To us, celebrating PRIDE means honoring the LGBTQIA+ community in all of its beautiful & abundant diversity. The Attic Youth Center is committed to serving the LGBTQIA+ youth community in Philadelphia. Your support allows The Attic to keep all services and activities free for every youth who walks through their doors. This class is at the outside space of Haddon Towne Center Apartments along Haddon Ave - 225 Haddon Ave, Haddon Township NJ, 08108. Spots are limited - pre-registration is required!
Self Love: The Art of Letting Go with Mary Morda LPC from Mindful Soul Center for Wellbeing on Friday June 11th 7:15-8pm at Anjali Power Yoga in Westmont. Love and respect are the most important elements you can provide yourself. You deserve it! What if you have a toxic friend, family member, or romantic partner that makes you feel less than with their words and/or actions? It may be time to let go then. A presentation, activity, and discussion about how and when to let go of people who do not serve any longer will take place during the 45 minutes. Please bring something to write on and write with for our activity. Spots are limited - pre-registration is required!
SoHa Pride Fest
Saturday, June 12th, 11AM to 4PM
Location: SoHa Arts Building
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Local arts crafts and live painting