This is a book club for high school and college age students.
Every month we’ll pick a new YA LGBTQIA book to read and chat about. Snacks will be provided as well as the books!
We meet the first Tuesday of the month starting October 2nd, 2018 at Out On The Lakeshore Community Center.
Come join us!
ARTS AT OOTL
More information coming soon!
OTHER EVENTS OF INTEREST
OPEN DROP IN HOURS
Come see us at the Community Center at 451 Columbia Avenue every Tuesday from 5-7pm and Thursday afternoons from 3:30 -5:30pm.
Gender SAFE (supporting All for Equality) meets twice a month. For more information or personal questions please contact Penny Jansen and Michelle Jansen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equality Michigan Pop up hours
Equality Michigan and their department of victim services personal will be available for pop up office hours to answer questions or concerns about domestic violence, sexual assault, hate violence, harassment and discrimination. Pop up hours are the second Monday of the month from 2:00 – 7:00pm at Out On The Lakeshore Community Center. There will be no EQMI Pop-Up Office Hours at the Center today, October 8, 2018.
Shakespeare BEYOND Bars – led by Curt Tofteland
Description: Facilitator, Curt Tofteland is a freelance theater artist – actor, director, producer playwright – and the founder of Shakespeare Behind Bars. Using art, theatre, the collected works of William Shakespeare, and original writing, Shakespeare BEYOND Bars is a personal exploration into what it means to be a human being. Within a circle-of-trust and confidentiality, participants seek to live into four essential questions: 1. Who am I? 2. What do I love? 3. How will I live my life knowing I will die? 4. What is my gift to humankind?
The Shakespeare BEYOND Bars Restorative Circle process uses the concepts of Tribe – human beings are social creatures; Story – the only way to heal trauma is to find language for it; Reflection – the only way to become who we wish to be is to be present with who we are and understand who we were and where we came from.