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The Seventeenth Annual Evening of Sacred Song will take place Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 7:00p.m. at Vineyard Church of Ann Arbor, 2275 Platt Road. The requested donation is $20.00 per ticket. Presale ticket price is $15.00. No one will … Continue reading
The correct date for this event is October 23; an earlier edition of this article incorrectly stated the date as August 23. The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in United States v. Windsor has far-reaching implications on marriage, taxation, estate planning, … Continue reading
Have experience with tobacco? Identify as an LGBTQ ? Jim Toy Community Center is conducting two focus groups to learn about tobacco use and effective quit tobacco messages in the LGBTQ community . This is a Michigan Department of Community … Continue reading
The Shore to Shore Equality Ride is an exciting 4 day Bicycle Tour across beautiful lower Michigan, beginning in the Detroit Metropolitan area and ending on the picturesque Lake Michigan shoreline. Come experience fall in all its wonder with access to scenic side trips, … Continue reading
The Jim Toy Community Center has prepared its 2012 newsletter. Inside you’ll find a review of our activities and accomplishments over the past year as well as a look ahead to the future. Download it today!
Please consider joining us for a pro-equality, non-partisan Get Out The Vote night of fun volunteering at the Jim Toy Community Center, Monday, October 29 from 6 to 9pm. We have phone calls to make AND a mailing to process … Continue reading
One last reminder to everyone: OUTFest 2012 is tomorrow, Sept. 29, beginning at 5 p.m.! We have a ton of things planned for everyone, including a variety of wonderful food and beverage vendors, fantastic entertainers including Abigail Stauffer, Out Loud … Continue reading
OUTFest 2012 The 18th OUTFest returns to Ann Arbor’s history Kerrytown District Saturday, September 29 with a multiplicity of activities and entertainment for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and allied community of Washtenaw. This annual celebration begins in the … Continue reading