Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center

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Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center creates a vibrant community in the Lehigh Valley for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community. We produce world-class, life-enriching LGBTQ+ arts & culture programs. We develop leading-edge LGBTQ+ health programs. We offer LGBTQ+ youth programs every day after school. We ensure that the critical supportive services of our community are met. We advocate for our community. We organize our region's annual Pride festival -- and we make the Lehigh Valley more equitable through our Training Institute.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most in-person programs and services are cancelled through May 2021. Most programs are available through virtual formats. Here is more information about COVID-19 and the LGBTQ+ community.

As our community remembers good times at Stonewall Lehigh Valley, the Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive wants to collect these memories and preserve them for the future.

Share your memories, stories, experiences, and photographs from or about Stonewall Lehigh Valley HERE.


Our Fine Art Galleries have reopened in a pop-up gallery in the Allentown Arts Walk (21 N. 7th Street, Allentown, PA). The current exhibit, Landscapes, features paintings by artist Ana Hamilton.

A new digital exhibit from the Lehigh Valley LGBT Community Archive features the history of two regional LGBTQ publications, Above Ground and Gaydar Magazine.

Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Allentown, Pennsylvania, on the original and unceded land of the Lenape people, at 522 West Maple Street, adjacent to the Community Parking Deck at 6th and Walnut streets (which also provides free bicycle parking) and within close walking distance to LANTA's Allentown Transit Center. Need a visual? Check out our parking map.