LGBTFEST: Space Station 76 – Early Bird Screening
November 2, 2014
“Space Station 76? is a comedic drama about a group of people (and several robots) living on a space station in a 1970’s-version of the future. When a new Assistant Captain arrives, she inadvertently ignites tensions among the crew, prompting them to confront their darkest secrets. Barely contained lust, jealousy, and anger all bubble to […]
Trailblazers CATCO’s “My Name is Asher Lev” OUTing
November 5, 2014
Asher Lev is a Hasidic Jew. He is also a prodigy who must be a painter, though it flies in the face of family, community and tradition.
LGBT Veterans Month Book Signing – “Soldier of Change”
November 8, 2014
Reading and Book Signing/Meet and Greet with Author Stephen Snyder-Hill
LGBT Veterans Recognition Month Ceremony and Reception
November 8, 2014
Stonewall Columbus cordially invites you to attend an evening of appreciation of our LGBT veterans. Please join us as we acknowledge and thank these four veterans for their service to country and community during a brief recognition presentation.
LGBTFest: Award Winning LGBT Shorts
November 16, 2014
Reception 6:00pm Film 7:00pm $5 (Free for CIF+VF Members) Attending filmmakers reception with light appetizers and cash bar before screening. In This Program No No, Homo JERELL ROSALES / UNITED STATES OF AMERICA / 3 MINS Alone at a matinee together, with a big, mouthwatering bucket of popcorn. Princesa DREW STEPHENS / UNITED STATES OF […]
Stonewall Columbus – the leading visionary, inclusive, and fun-spirited GLBT organization in Central Ohio – sets the pace for increasing the visibility and acceptance of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LBGT) community. We continue to be the driving force on LGBT issues and our Center is the first stop for many in the GLBT and allied community.
In response to community need, Stonewall routinely adds programs to our growing roster, facilitates ever-increasing numbers visiting the Center, increases visibility for other agencies, and brings new and innovative perspectives to our service delivery. It is our intent to continually expand programming so that community members seeking a variety of services and activities – in addition to the base services and ongoing support groups we offer – can find ways to connect with others in a safe, comfortable and culturally enriching environment.
As the leading organization on LGBT issues in the Central Ohio area, we have made countless strides in educating the larger community, increasing social awareness, and collaborating on political advocacy by providing stronger programs, services, and alternative social activities. As we move towards an exciting milestone of celebrating 32 years in the community, we are building on past accomplishments, developing sustainable systems and growth processes and focusing on strengthening not only our agency, but the Central Ohio LGBT and allied community by enhancing our Community Center, The Center on High.
Stonewall Columbus exists because of our strong partnerships with other agencies, our tireless supporters, and the many volunteers and community members that generously give of their time, talents, and support. We look forward to partnering with our Columbus community so that we may jointly improve the lives of those we serve.
Stonewall Columbus continues to lead the fight in Central Ohio for equal rights for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals. The Board and staff accomplish this through implementing Stonewall’s strategic plan and concentrating on its brand elements of being visionary, inclusive, and fun-spirited. Through compassionate and intelligent planning, resource prioritization, and increased service delivery, Stonewall has consistently succeeded in reaching greater numbers of the LGBT and allied community in Central Ohio.