Upcoming Events

  • Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at 04:00 PM

    Legal Clinic


    The Legal Clinic at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center connects people with pro bono attorneys who are specialists in the LGBT legal needs. Attorneys Robin Gray and Justin Robinette will be available to answer questions about:

    • Family Law
    • Wills and other legal Documents
    • Estates
    • Name & Gender Changes
    • Employment Discrimination
    • Housing Discrimination
    • School Bullying
    • Neighborhood Harassment

    The Legal Clinic is funded in part by The Harry C. Trexler Trust

  • Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at 05:30 PM

    LGBT 12 Step Group


    Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center is hosting space for a 12-step meeting group for anyone who identifies as LGBT and an addict. We are not affiliated with any particular 12-step meetings & the drug of choice does not matter.

  • Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at 06:30 PM

    Transmasculine Group


    The 4th Tuesday of every month from 6:30pm to 8:00pm

    Casual, drop-in discussion group for transguys and transmasculine non-binary people over the age of 18.

     Sponsored by:


  • Friday, December 01, 2017 at 07:00 PM

    Reel Queer Film Series: Still Around


    The Reel Queer Film Series at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center presents a special World AIDS Day screening of Still Around, a feature-length compilation of 15 narratives of people living with HIV. The screening is followed by a talkback facilitated by Joel Ealy, HIV Counselor at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center.

    Commemorating the 30-year anniversary of the epidemic in 2011, The HIV Story Project, a San Francisco based film collective, commissioned and produced 15 short films that portray people living with HIV/AIDS from the San Francisco Bay Area – a region that has been deeply affected by the disease. The end result is “Still Around,” a feature length compilation that weaves a diverse slate of stories into one powerful video AIDS quilt of our times. From straight forward vérité documentary, to spoken words piece, dance film or experimental short anything goes. Each piece is 4-5 minutes in length and tells a personal story in a truthful and forthright manner.

    Connecting 16 of the San Francisco Bay Area’s most established as well as emerging directors with 15 individuals who are living with HIV/AIDS, the voices of women, men, transgender, gay and straight, young and old, and of many ethnic backgrounds come together to paint an unmatched portrait of how people thrive and survive in the face of long term illness.

    This is a social sober event at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center. No alcohol will be served.

    The Reel Queer Film Series is supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.











  • Tuesday, December 05, 2017 at 07:00 PM
    Black & Blue in Easton, PA

    Common Ground: LGBT Night at Black & Blue



    Join us for the launch of Common Ground, a monthly LGBT gathering and dance party at Easton's atmospheric bar and restaurant, Black & Blue-- dark, delightful, delicious! 

    This kick-off event features drag superstar Elektra Fearce St. James as the celebrity bartender of the evening-- and all of her tips benefit Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, so tip- and tip well! They'll be food, beer, wine, and crafted cocktails, including a secret special cocktail chosen and named by Elektra herself! DJ Brad Scott will be spinning records, you'll be on the dance floor, lounging on the cozy sofas, enjoying a delicious dinner, or (most likely) fawning over the beautiful Elektra. 

    Black & Blue will be donating 10% of their sales for the evening, and we'll have a raffle, so there will be plenty of opportunities to give to your local LGBT center. 

    Sponsorship opportunities are available!

    Contact oliver@bradburysullivancenter.org for more information.

  • Transgender Support Group and Social Gathering


    Monthly peer-led trans meetup on the second Saturday of each month in Bethlehem. These monthly gatherings provide a safe space for members and guests to meet. Doors open at 7pm and the meeting starts at 7:30pm. Attendees can dress in any way they are comfortable. There are changing rooms available if you’d like to change after you arrive.

    Lehigh Valley Renaissance is a program of Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center.

  • Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 06:00 PM · $30.00 USD

    An Evening of Award-Winning Folk Music: Edie Carey & Lunamores



    Rocky Mountain New Song Contest, Finalist (2003 & 2004) 

    #1 in Fan Voting, Lilith Fair Chicago Competition (2010)

    A Most Requested Artist, Cayamo w/ Brandi Carlile, Lyle Lovett (2010)

    Winner, Paste Magazine’s Cayamo Songwriting Contest (2009)

    NAPPA Gold Award (2014)

    Family Choice Gold Award (2014)

    Winner, Kerrville New Folk Competition (2012)

    Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center hosts Chicago-based singer-songwriter Edie Carey for an intimate evening of folk music. Carey is known for her unmistakable, soulful voice, her intelligent, heart-grabbing songs, but perhaps most especially for her warm, engaging presence on – and off – stage. As much a part of her show as the music itself, Carey’s wry and often self-mocking humor makes audiences feel as though they have just spent an evening with a very close friend.

    Carey has been singing at festivals, colleges, and listening rooms across the US, Canada and Europe since 1999, performing alongside Emmylou Harris, Lyle Lovett, Brandi Carlile, and Shawn Mullins. She’s also been a featured artist on NPR’s Mountain Stage.

    Her latest offering, ‘Til The Morning, a joint effort with award-winning singer-songwriter Sarah Sample, was funded entirely by their loyal and steadily growing legion of fans, as were Carey’s previous three records. Produced by Scott Wiley, the duo’s CD features appearances by cellist and vocalist Mai Bloomfield (Jason Mraz, Raining Jane), violist Aaron Ashton (Peter Cetera, Smokey Robinson) and Sam Cardon (Composer, My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend, Olympic Winter Games). 

    Click here to visit Edie Carey's website. 

    Listen to Edie Carey:


    Lunamores brings you beautiful ambient folk music by Lehigh Valley singer-songwriter Keiry Cornel. 

    Listen to Lunamores:


    This is a sober social event, no alcohol will be served.


    Sponsored by:











  • Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 04:00 PM

    Legal Clinic


    The Legal Clinic at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center connects people with pro bono attorneys who are specialists in the LGBT legal needs. Attorneys Jonathan Huerta and Mark Stanziola will be available to answer questions about:

    • Family Law
    • Wills and other legal Documents
    • Estates
    • Name & Gender Changes
    • Neighborhood Harassment

    The Legal Clinic is funded in part by The Harry C. Trexler Trust

  • Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at 06:30 PM

    Community Book Discussions: Tales of the Lavender Menace: A Memoir of Liberation by Karla Jay


    The LGBT Library at Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center, in partnership with Lehigh University's Humanities Center, Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, Pride Center, and Mellon Digital Humanities Initiative, presents a community book discussion on Karla Jay's memoir of Liberation, Tales of the Lavender Menace. 

    Join us on December at 12th at 6:30pm for a facilitated discussion with Professor Mary Foltz, Associate Professor of English at Lehigh University, about the book. Thanks to generous support from Lehigh University's Digital Humanities Program, there are 20 free copies of Jay's book available to the community for people who sign up early. Email ariel@bradburysullivancenter.org to sign up. 

    Karla Jay's memoir of an age whose tumultuous social and political movements fundamentally reshaped American culture takes readers from her early days in the 1968 Columbia University student riots to her post-college involvement in New York radical women's groups and the New York Gay Liberation Front. In Southern California in the early 70s, she continued in the battle for gay civil rights and helped to organize the takeover of "The Ladies' Home Journal" and "ogle-in" - where women staked out Wall Street and whistled at the men.

    This is a sober social event. No alcohol will be served.

  • Wednesday, December 13, 2017 at 04:00 PM

    ​​HIV & STI Testing


    Free HIV & STI Testing on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month - Testing offered in partnership with AIDS Activities Office at Lehigh Valley Hospital and Allentown Health Bureau

    No insurance or residency requirements.

    Sponsored by:Grindr