Are YOU Colorful Enough?

Stonewall Sports Charlotte is proud to announce the inaugural Stonewall Rainbow Run. Charlotte’s first planned annual LGBTQ and Ally 5k walk and run and after party will focus on bringing the community together while raising money for three Charlotte based charities: PFLAG CharlotteVeteran’s Bridge Home and CMPD Animal Care and Control.

Who: Stonewall Sports
What: Open to everyone from 13 to 103, the 5k and after party will feature glow sticks, music, neon body paint, costumes and more, which will make this an event you won’t soon forget. Participants can also expect a comfortable race route through NoDa, food trucks, vendors, a beer garden, dancing and a few surprises that will be announced in the coming months.
When: Saturday, September 8th  
Where: The race will start and end at “The Shed,” which is Charlotte’s newest pop-up amphitheater, located at “Station House” on the northern fringe of NoDa. After the race, the party continues onsite.
Why: This event is a great way to get some exercise, fresh air, and raise money for three very important charities!
Registration: Follow this link to register TODAY! Early bird registration ends on June 30!

Screening of the movie TransGeek

TransGeek Movie brings together the stories of transgender people working in the tech industry and existing within geek culture. These are the stories of people that risked their careers and their lives to be their authentic selves. These are the stories of people that persevere in an industry that undervalues women, LGBT folk, and people of color; to pursue their passions. These are the stories of people that found themselves in the pages of science fiction and fantasy, or didn’t and wrote themselves in anyway. These are the stories of people that turned to the Internet to build communities that transcended geography and bigotry, and then found themselves again the target of hatred and harassment. TransGeek Movie is about making a place for transgender people to tell their own stories in their own voices. The film uses in-depth interviews conducted over a period of several years to explore the lives, hobbies, politics, careers, and thoughts of transgender geeks, and features an original score composed by Zoë Blade, a British electronic musician and transgender woman.

*Panel Discussion to follow*


When: Sunday, July 8
Doors open at 4:00pm and the screen begins at 5:00pm
Where: Time Out Youth Charlotte (3800 Monroe Road, Charlotte, NC 28205)
Hosted by: Transcend Charlotte, Time Out Youth & PFLAG Charlotte


Charlotte Pride Parade – Annual event held in August

PFLAG Charlotte has hosted the Family Zone for the past few years.  This family-friendly zone has  included games, crafts, dress up and a place for families to be together and have fun.

Check back here for more information!

Carolina Conference for Queer Youth

Annual conference hosted by Time Out Youth.

Check back here for more information for 2018!

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