Regular Groups & Activities
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- Ann Arbor Front Runners and Walkers
- Ann Arbor TNG
- Drop-In Support Group for Sexual Assault Survivors
- HARC’s newest support group ”Positive Affection”
- LGBTA Gender Explorers Group
- NORM (National Organization of Restoring Men)
- Oasis Ministry of Michigan
- Older Lesbian Organizing
- PFLAG Ann Arbor
- Poly Queer Women’s Group
- Rainbow Book Club
- St Mary’s Lesbian and Gay Outreach Ministry
- The Polyamory Network
- We Can’t Even Swim Straight!
- Women’s Night
- Toastmaster’s International, SpeakOUT! Club
We Can’t Even Swim Straight!
Ann Arbor Queer Aquatics is a group of women and men who get together for a non-competitive workout EVERY SUNDAY morning. We’re in it for fun and a little fitness. All swimming abilities are welcome; meaning if you can swim a length, this group is for you. If ever swam competitively, we have a place for you too. Join us at Mack Pool at 10-11:30am. Call 734-761-2790 or visit http://www.a2qua.com for more info.
NORM (National Organization of Restoring Men)
NORM (National Organization of Restoring Men) is non-profit support group for men who have concerns about being circumcised, are considering foreskin restoration, or are in the process of restoring their foreskins. Our aim is to help men regain a sense of self-directedness — physically as well as emotionally. NORM meets at WRAP, 319 Braun Court in Ann Arbor, for more information contact Bill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rainbow Book Club
The Rainbow Book Club is a book club dedicated to reading and discussing classic and contemporary lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer literature. This is an inclusive group! We welcome people of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations. All you need is an interest in LGBTQ books! We meet on the SECOND SUNDAY each month from 4:30-6pm at the WRAP office in 319 Braun Court. Common Language makes our book selections available with a 10% discount. More information about the group, including our past, present, and future selections can be found at the Rainbow Book Club website http://sitemaker.umich.edu/queerbookclub
PFLAG Ann Arbor
Meets the THIRD SUNDAY of every month from 2-4:30pm at St. Andrews Episcopal Church at the corner of Division and Catherine, park in the back of the church and enter through the back doors, there are signs directing people to the meeting place. PFLAG Ann Arbor promotes the health and well being of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender persons, their families and friends through support, education and advocacy. For more info contact email@example.com
LGBTA Gender Explorers Group
Meets the SECOND & FOURTH MONDAYS of every month from 8-10pm in the LGBTA office at U of M. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Drop-In Support Group for Sexual Assault Survivors
A free and confidential program offered by SafeHouse Center; bus tokens and child care will be provided. When: Mondays 5:30-7:00pm (except holidays) Where: SafeHouse Center (4100 Clark Road, Ann Arbor) Contact Amy at 734.973.0242 ext. 289 for details.
Ann Arbor Front Runners and Walkers
For the LGBT community and friends: Runners and walkers of all abilities are welcome. Three weekly runs: TUESDAY & THURSDAY at Furstenburg Park (just west of Gallup Park on Fuller Road): walkers – 6:15 pm, runners – 6:30 pm. SATURDAY, location announced by email by Friday afternoon: runners – 9:00 am. We eat out together after most runs. For more information contact email@example.com or check out their website sitemaker.umich.edu/a2frontrunners/
St Mary’s Lesbian and Gay Outreach Ministry
Meets the THIRD TUESDAY of each month from 7-8:30pm at St Mary’s Student Parish on William St. Unlike other Catholic gay groups, our ministry is affirming. We teach that all love comes from God and focuses on helping gay Catholics reconcile their faith with their orientation. Too many gay Catholics suffer guilt from the actions of closed-minded clergy and from the conservatism of society. We provide a safe space for discussion, healing and prayer. For more information contact Mark at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann Arbor TNG
TNG is a kink and fetish oriented group in Ann Arbor for younger Kinksters. The group focuses on support, the sharing of information in the form of demonstrations or discussion groups, and socializing. This group is genuinely pansexual in nature: people of all gender identification, role identification, and sexual orientation are heartily welcome. TNG meets on the THIRD TUESDAY of every month from 8-10pm at the WRAP office in 319 Braun Court in Ann Arbor. For more info contact Christy at email@example.com
Lesbian night at the club above the Heidelberg at 215 Main St. EVERY TUESDAY from 10pm-2am. 18 years old and up, $5 cover, with DJs and live entertainment.
Huron Valley Bears
A loose group of bears, bear-lovers and bear-friendly folk in and around Washtenaw County. We are membership run, rules-free foraging group with fun-minded guys! Men who are bears, men who want bears, hunters, chasers, we are all about bears. We gather on the THIRD WEDNESDAY of each month at 7:30 pm at the WRAP office, 319 Braun Court in Ann Arbor. Come and meet some friends. To join this group visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HuronValleyBears/
Toastmaster’s International SpeakOUT! Club
People who get ahead in life are those can communicate effectively. Wouldn’t you like to develop this priceless skill? Now you can! Toastmasters will show you how to listen effectively, think on your feed and speak confidently. You will also learn valuable leadership skills. Be a success – at home or on the job. Come visit our Toastmaster’s club and see what it can do for you! For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. 1st Thursday of every month at 7 PM at the Jim Toy Community Center.
The Polyamory Network is an open and inclusive community of people living polyamorously, people interested in Polyamory and people of, friendly to and curious about Polyamory. We welcome diversity of sexual orientation, gender identity, family constellation and spiritual path. We meet on the THIRD THURSDAY of each month at 7pm at the WRAP office, 319 Braun office, Ann Arbor. For more info go to http://groups.yahoo.com/group/a2_polynet/
Riot Youth and Queer Space Riot Youth
Calling all LGBTQA teens: We welcome you to Riot Youth and Queer Space Riot Youth is open to all Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Questioning and Ally teenagers in high school. Riot Youth meets at the Neutral Zone (located on 637 S. Main Street) every other Friday from 4-6pm at the 1st floor couches by the windows. Riot Youth plans events such as LGBT movie night, Queer Prom, gender bender party and also hosts Queer Space. Queer Space is a chance for LGBT and ally teens to socialize and network. Queer Space is also on FRIDAYS from 4-6pm, the opposite weeks of Riot Youth. Riot Youth is teen driven; all projects are created and implemented by the teens. For more information contact Laura Wernick at email@example.com
Poly Queer Women’s Group
The Poly Queer Women’s Group is an open meeting to Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender women who are polyamorous or even curious about women centered polyamory. We meet on the LAST FRIDAY of the month at 7pm at the WRAP office, 319 Braun Court in Ann Arbor. For more info contact Jill at firstname.lastname@example.org
Older Lesbians Organizing
Meets on the SECOND FRIDAY at 7:30pm at the Wrap office, 319 Braun Court in Ann Arbor and provides older Lesbians with the chance to meet like minded women in their common struggles, to share mutual interests and to experience the joy and warmth of playing and working together. For more info contact Jackie at email@example.com
Oasis Ministry of Michigan: TBLG Outreach
Meetings first Saturday of the month at 5:30 pm, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 306 N. Division, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. The Oasis is a ministry of cultural and racial diversity in the Episcopal Church with all who experience prejudice and oppression because of their sexual identity, gender identity, or sexual orientation as well as their families and friends-offering reconciliation, education, liberation and hope to all who seek sanctuary, empowerment, justice and peace. On the first Saturday of each month Oasis Ministry holds an Evensong at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Ann Arbor. Using the “Holden Evensong” we strive to reach out to those who may be trying to grasp how one can be an LGBT person AND part of the church or of any faith community. LGBT people, their allies and those looking for more information about how to act as an affirming congregation are welcome to attend. Evensong is a sung liturgy. Each month readings are selected and a homily is shared. The office and liturgy is at: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 306 N. Division, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. For more information or if you are interested in getting involved, please visit us online at http://www.oasisministrymi.org.
Lez Reads Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor’s Book Group for Lesbians! Meets the last Saturday of the month from 4-s6pm at the WRAP Resource Center, 319 Braun Court, Ann Ann Arbor. We read fascinating books on all lesbian topics, including books of local authors. And our discussions are always lively and provocative. JOIN US! OUR MEETINGS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. For more information check out the website LEZREAD.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org