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Join the Jim Toy Community Center and show your Pride in the Ann Arbor 4th of July Parade! Bring your friends and family and not only show your Gay Pride but your American Pride as well because after all, We … Continue reading
The Jim Toy Community Center will be conducting two new volunteer orientation sessions: Sunday, June 9 from 12pm-1pm Tuesday, June 11 from 8pm-9pm New volunteers only need to attend one session.
There will be a Public Policy Committee Meeting at 6 PM tomorrow, Wednesday (March 27), at the Jim Toy Community Center.
Join us on Friday November 2nd from 6-7pm for a candidate forum for the Michigan 22nd Circuit Court – Washtenaw County. The event will be hosted by the Bar at 327 Braun Court. Remember, the Circuit Court and other important … Continue reading
With the election just around the corner, it is absolutely imperative, now more than ever, that we identify pro-LGBT voters and get them out to the polls. That’s what our new initiative called, Get Out the Vote for Equality, is … Continue reading
The Jim Toy Community Center is participating in the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival as a community partner for Out Night with Barbara Hammer, taking place Wednesday, March 28th @ 9:15pm at the Michigan Theater. If you enter this code – … Continue reading
Statussexy is the movement to address HIV in our community. Young black men ages 13-24 have the highest rates of new HIV infections, and this is happening right in our own backyard. Statussexy is a way to fight back. We’re … Continue reading
The Jim Toy Community Center, in conjunction with HARC, brings to you an invitation to learn about HIV/AIDS, eat yummy food, and hang with great people. If you are between 12-19 this evening is for you. If you are over 19, … Continue reading
Let your voice be heard! Join LGBTQ folks and Allies from around the state to protest the Michigan Legislature’s ongoing attacks on our families. Continue to check JimToyCenter.org for updates in the coming days. Converge on the Capitol Building Wednesday, … Continue reading