Other local programming
Gender Intersect is a hub for trans and gender-independent folks to come together to find support and community here in Guelph and the surrounding area. We host monthly meet-ups as well as a variety of other workshops, events, and programming.
Join the conversation and receive updates on their Facebook page.
Contact them at email@example.com
Chat with a group of folks who prefer a less-visible space to talk about LGBTQ+ topics. Free snacks. Good conversation. Confidential time and location to ease your mind. This is a great place for you to be yourself without fear of judgment!
For more information, view the CampOUT website, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Guelph Queer Equality provides a safe space and supportive environment for all people in the trans, bisexual, lesbian, and gay community. People of all races, religions, sexual orientations, genders, ages, and abilities are welcome. Guelph Queer Equality events are not restricted to the University Community, they are open to people from the Guelph Community in general.
Almost every Tuesday you can come hang out with GQE as we tackle a variety of different topics in different formats ranging from movies to workshops and discussions. There will also be nights to socialize and do something fun, like crafts, games and swimming! Tuesday Night Socials are only run during the fall and winter semesters.
OUTline is a resource and support service that specializes in questions and issues relating to sexual orientation and gender identity.
OUTline pays particular attention to the needs of individuals who have not or are just beginning to come-out, as well as to the individuals in their lives (friends & families) who are supporting them.
The Rainbow Chorus is a charitable, non-profit organization of amateur non-auditioned choral singers. We join together in song and celebrate the diversity of our community.Our members (gay, lesbian, bi, trans and straight) come from small towns throughout South Western Ontario.The Rainbow Chorus depends on financial support from its members, sponsors and communities.
For more information, visit the Rainbow Chorus website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Provides a safe and supportive atmosphere for youth ages 16-24 who are gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning to discuss issues that are relevant to them while respecting confidentiality.
If you would like to learn more about the GLBTQ Youth Group or any of ACCKWA’a other programs, please contact: email@example.com or check out ACCKWA’s Youth Services Page.
Find more information at the Cambridge Youth Group website.
Gay (+) Men’s Social Network is a monthly social & discussion group for the 2SGBTQ+ communities and their allies. All men are welcome to join us. In using the term "gay (+)", it is not limited but it is inclusive of ALL men: gay, transgender, Two-spirit, bi, questioning, ally. "Gay” comes in every shape, colour and age, and, as we have learned from the Internet, there is an appreciation for everything.
We regularly meet in Waterloo, Ontario. We plan events within mostly the Wellington & Waterloo counties.
Join the Gay (+) Men’s Social Group Facebook here.
KW LGBTQ+ youth group is for youth ages 12-18, held at the KW Counselling, alternating Tuesdays from 6-7:30pm.
Any questions, email: OK2BME@kwcounselling.com.
Find more information at the OK2BME LGBTQ+ Youth Group website.
OK2BME is a set of support services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning (LGBTQ) kids and teens in Waterloo Region.
These support services include:
All of the services are free and confidential. For information about the program and LGBTQ people please feel free to browse through our website or contact us at 519-884-0000 ext.212 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spectrum, KW's first LGBTQ+ community space is a space for the Waterloo Region and area, that offers programs, groups, resources, and other events.
Drop-in hours: Tuesdays 6-8 PM, Fridays 7-10 PM, and Saturdays 2-5 PM
283 Duke Street West, Unit 210
(corner of Duke St W and Breithaupt)
Kitchener, Ontario Canada N2H 3X7
Check out their programming page at: Spectrum Groups.
Telephone: 226 779-9695
WRRC (pronounced “work”) is a volunteer-based community organization that is committed to building a unified voice for gender and sexual diversity for people of all ages in Waterloo Region. We promote sustainable opportunities for advocacy, awareness, education and community-building that are respectful of the diverse interests within the Rainbow community. We work together with local allies to foster a strong and inclusive community.
Visit the Waterloo Region Rainbow Coalition website, Facebook, and Twitter.