Connecting Boulder County’s LGBT Community Since 1994
Putting Women at the Tables of Power
at the home of Cynda Collins Arsenault, 211 South 3rd Avenue, Superior
Contact Name: 
Irma Brand
Phone Number: 
Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - 6:30pm - 8:30pm
RSVP Required

Rupert and Cynda Collins Arsenault are delighted to welcome Women's
Action for New Directions (WAND) and WAND's program for women state
legislators, the Women Legislators' Lobby (WiLL).


Mix and mingle with friends you know, and some you should know, during an evening of fun, facts, and the future with WAND and WiLL Executive Director Susan Shaer and Arizona State Senator Kyrsten Sinema.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 / 6:30pm to 8:30pm
at the home of Cynda Collins Arsenault
211 South 3rd Avenue, Superior 80027

Susan Shaer,
WAND and WiLL Executive Director, will bring you news of the current
hullabaloo in Washington and how you can help. A short, feisty, blond
New Englander who says her life's work is to "make trouble for men who
have a love affair with nuclear weapons" and elect women to Congress to
help in this cause. A leader of anti-war efforts, Susan's job is to
shift federal money away from unneeded weapons of war to human and
environmental needs.


Kyrsten Sinema,
an active member of WiLL, has been an Arizona state representative, an
Arizona state senator, and is planning a run for Congress. An advisor to
the White House on immigration and LBGT issues, and the only winner
against a statewide anti-gay marriage ballot question, Kyrsten has
authored "Unite and Conquer: How To Build Coalitions That Win and Last".
Learn how to work with and win over the "other side".

If you have another commitment for this busy night, please drop in for a
few minutes to meet this powerful group of women. We'd love to see you!

RSVP: Irma Brand, or 720-810-5430

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Mission: "Boulder Bacchus" is an informal group interested in investigating the world of wines in a social setting.
It is open to all GBLT persons and friends.
Hours: All wine tastings are held on the 1ST SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7:00 p.m. 
Cost: The suggested donation is $20 per session and includes 6-7 wines for tasting, paired with light snacks. (Donations help cover expenses.) Membership is restricted to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered community and their friends, age 21+. You just need to bring a wine glass and $20 (check or cash) to each wine tasting. 

Mission: The mission of the Boulder County
AIDS Project is twofold: to provide support, advocacy and education to those in
our community who are infected with or affected by HIV and to serve as an
outreach and information center to prevent further transmission of HIV and

Mission: Boulder County Area Agency on Aging's seeks a community in which we all age well. BCAAA's LGBT Programs include a Rainbow Elders' bimonthly newsletter, Project Visibility trainings, annual holiday event, and The Silver Lining Resource Guide of LGBT-friendly senior care providers.

Contact: Nancy Grimes, LGBT Program Specialist

Phone: 303-441-3583


Facebook: Rainbow Elders of Boulder County


Mission:  The Mission of Women’s Health (Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center) is to provide accessible, confidential and comprehensive gynecological and reproductive healthcare, including sexual health services and education.
Phone: 303-442-5160

Mission: The Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Resource Center (GLBTRC) is here to help gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and allied (GLBTQIA) students at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Address: Center for Community (C4C) N450 
Phone:  (303) 492-1377 
: 9:00-5:00 Monday through Friday  

The Office of Victim Assistance offers free confidential information, counseling, advocacy and support to all University of Colorado Boulder students, staff, faculty and their significant others. The office includes counseling and advocacy staff and gender violence prevention and education.

Mission: The purpose of the Gay & Lesbian Sierrans is to involve the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community in conservation and environmental efforts by creating outdoor, social, and activist opportunities for GLBT members of the Sierra Club and the greater Colorado community.
For more information on activities and to get on the mailing list, please visit their webpage.  

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Mission: The Open Door Fund, a permanent endowment of The Community Foundation, supports the Boulder County community by raising money and distributing grants for programs that enhance the lives of its gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. 
Phone: 303-442-0436

Mission: Project Visibility is an LGBT cultural competency training program designed primarily for senior care providers. It includes an award-winning film in which area LGBT elders voice their concerns about the aging services network. Please contact us for an in-house training (30 minutes to 3 hours in length) or for our General Training schedule.
Contact:  Leslie McCormick, LGBT Program Specialist
Phone: 303-441-4518
Facebook: Project Visibility Boulder


Mission: Proposition Gay is a grassroots effort to raise awareness for the LGBT community. As an all-inclusive event, we hope to greater network and strengthen the community as we unite along the path to social change.