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TransOhio: October & November Events in Ohio

Join TransOhio @ We All Belong – A Rally for Inclusion
Sunday, October 31st, 2:30 pm
All are welcome!

First Congregational Church, 444 E Broad St. Columbus, OH 43215
4:30 pm – March to the Ohio Statehouse (0.5 mile)
We are people of all colors, ages, colors, religions, abilities, economic classes and orientations, religions, abilities, We are native-born and immigrant, and native-immigrant, We are all created equal.
Ohio Transgender Day of Remembrance Events
Cincinnati – Thursday, November 18, 2010
Hebrew Union College
3101 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223
7pm-9pm
Columbus – Thursday, November 18, 2010
King Avenue United Methodist Church
299 King Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43201
7pm-9pm
Cleveland – Friday, November 19, 2010
Justice Center
1200 Ontario Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44113-1664
5:45pm @ The Justice Center, then a short march to City Hall.
Program begins at 6pm
5th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner
Thursday, November 25, 1:00pm
The Center on High (Stonewall Columbus), 1st floor
1160 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43201
614-441-8167
Fall is here and the cold weather is starting to arrive and that must mean that Thanksgiving is approaching! That’s right, here come the holidays… What better way to spend them then with your friends and family of TransOhio!
TransOhio will once again be hosting a Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving day.
This dinner is open to the entire Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Bisexual, Lesbian, Gay and Ally community. There are no excuses to spend the day alone! Come early and stay late!  This is open to the entire GLBTQI and Ally community (kids are welcome!).  RSVP’s are not required, but it will help us in our planning. TransOhio will provide the turkey & and necessary paper plate-ware.
Please bring a dish to share with others (and a serving spoon, fork or knife) and something to drink.
Volunteers are needed to setup, decorate and clean up at the end of the evening.
If you can volunteer, please let us know – send an email to transohio@transohio.org or call us (614) 441-8167 (this is a voicemail only number, please leave a message).
Please join your TransOhio family on Thanksgiving!

Join TransOhio at Columbus’ Spirit Day and Candlelight Vigil

Be a Part of Spirit Day in Columbus and Attend the Candlelight Vigil

Stonewall Columbus will hold a candlelight vigil on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Gazebo at Goodale Park, 120 W. Goodale Street, in Columbus, Ohio. This event coincides with the newly created “Spirit Day”
which recognizes the loss of lives to suicide directly related to anti-gay bullying.

Purple in the LGBT rainbow flag represents “Spirit.” Come and join us as we show the spirit of the Columbus LGBT community. We will stand together to encourage people who are being bullied and harassed because they are gay, lesbian, bisexual or
transgender to speak out and get help.

A short program will be held with speakers from our community and performances by Vox from the Columbus Gay Men’s Chorus and Unecc. Resource materials will be on hand for distribution and a limited number of candles and “Spirit Day” purple ribbons will
be available at the park.

“It is very difficult for those who are suffering to reach out,” said Karla Rothan, Executive Director of Stonewall Columbus. “By holding this public event, it is our hope that we will encourage people who are being bullied and harassed because they are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender to speak out and get help.”

Stonewall Columbus serves the Central Ohio LGBT community by providing a community center and offering programming and services that enhance the well-being and visibility of our diverse community through discovery, affirmation and celebration.

For more information, please contact Karla Rothan, Executive Director of Stonewall Columbus, at 614-930-2261 or email her krothan@stonewallcolumbus.org.

The Stonewall Columbus Seminar Series for Youth and Young Adults

Seminar 1 – Financial Advice: Tips and Pitfalls
Saturday, May 22nd, 2010 – 11:00 am
Stonewall Columbus Center on High
1160 N. High Street
Columbus, OH 43201

Stonewall Columbus is pleased to introduce our new Seminar Series for Youth and Young Adults. Throughout the year, Stonewall will host speakers at the Center on High who will lead conversations and offer advice on various subjects.

Please join us for our inaugural session with Certified Financial Planners Susan Finefrock of Money Concepts and Joel Field of New York Life. Susan and Joel will introduce you to banking, teach you how various financial instruments work, identify ways you can invest wisely, and teach you methods of reducing and managing debt while building credit.

Planning, investing and saving when you are young is vitally important. Having the knowledge about how to manage and use your money early in life can create future wealth and security.
Click here to RSVP for this seminar and tell us the topics you would like Susan to discuss.

RSVP ONLINE HERE

Seminars to expect in the future include:

  • Coming Out to Family and Friends
  • Transgender 101
  • Building Strong and Healthy Relationships
  • STDs: What you need to know to protect yourself
  • Getting Your Paperwork in Order

The Stonewall Columbus Seminar Series for Youth and Young Adults is made possible though the generous support of The Legacy Fund of The Columbus Foundation and Cardinal Health. Please join us in extending our sincere appreciation to these fine organizations.

UNITE! PBJ Connections is offering group activities with horses for 18-21 year old GLBTQI youth & their allies!

A FUN group for 18-21 year old GLBTQI and allies. Learn through working with horses.
Facilitated by PBJ Connections

PBJ Connections is offering group activities with horses for 18-21 year old GLBTQI youth and their allies. Learn about common challenges, frustrations and advantages unique to the GLBTQI community. Gather information on how to reach out to other generations and how to deal with challenges as you enter the workforce. Lead by GLBT corporate community leaders and a licensed social worker.  Come join us!

Thanks to the financial support of the Legacy Fund, PBJ Connections can offer the UNITE! program free of charge to local GLBTQI college-aged youth. We believe that by bringing together the diversity of the GLBTQI population we will help build unity and strength in a fun and cooperative environment. Groups will be a combination of discussion and hands-on activities with horses. No horse experience is required to participate and people of all abilities are welcome.

Groups will be held in the Pataskala area from 3-5 PM on Saturdays and are FREE of charge to our college aged participants.  Snacks will be provided.  Each group will focus on a different topic, so come to those that interest you, or come to them all!  Call 614-395-1395 or email info@pbjconnections.org for more information and directions. Pre-registration is easy and required.

Saturday, March 6
Using our Environment. Horses are masters at using their environment for their safety, to meet their needs, and for their own pleasure. Learn about supportive resources inside of you, in those around you, and in the community. Fun activities with the horses will help make learning enjoyable.

Saturday, March 20
Equine Pride: Releasing our Pride.
Horses each play an important role in their herd. They are adept at self-expression and need individuality among members. Practice being proud of yourself and proud of others. Discover how to be your own person while living cooperatively with others. Horses are masters of honest and unbiased feedback and help ensure that we are communicating effectively.

Saturday, April 10
Think Like a Horse: Taking Care of Ourselves.
Horses are masters at staying in the moment and taking care of themselves. Learn from them how to be more self-aware and self-accepting while in a compassionate environment. Work through activities with the horses one on one and as a group.

Saturday, April 24
The Value of the Herd: Enhancing our Support Systems.
Learn from the horses the value of a support system. How do we support each other in our different stages of being out? How do we support ourselves? Through exercises with the horses you will learn how it feels to be cared for and to care for others.

Ohio Peer Group For Young Transgender Women

3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm

King Avenue Church
299 King Avenue
Columbus, OH 43201

Join us for an informal conversation on the issues that young trans women face today.  We will be discussing a range of topics including transition, community acceptance, and day-to-day life in general.

We welcome women, 18 to 35, at any stage in transition.

Free parking available in the church lot.

For additional information check out www.YTransW.com or contact us at Peers@YTransW.com.