Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center provides a variety of youth programs to build youth leadership, build community, encourage healthy living, and to promote artistic expression for LGBTQ+ youth in the Lehigh Valley. We believe in a brave space model where our center is an affirming space for LGBTQ+ youth to be themselves.
A parent or guardian must accompany youth program participants under 14. Adults who are not accompanying a child may not attend youth programming. Community partners and press must receive advanced staff approval to attend any youth program.
[Image description: A rectangular graphic with a blue background. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center logo is in the upper right corner and the Lehigh Valley reads logo is in the lower right corner. On the left is a drawing of a drag queen dressed as a princess, a rainbow unicorn, and a dragon in front of a castle. In the center is a picture of the book, "and tango makes three." On the right in bubble letters is "Queer Story hour" and the time 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. December 17."]
Additional Local Youth Programs not run by Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center...
Project Silk Lehigh Valley: Project Silk Lehigh Valley, powered by Valley Youth House provides a professionally-staffed youth empowerment program for LGBTQ+ youth and their social networks, ages 14 to 21.
Our Youth Programs team includes:
- Bill McGlinn, Interim Executive Director
- Robin Gow, M.F.A., Associate Director of Community Programs
- Katie Suppes, M.Ed., Director of Programs, Research, and Evaluation
- Kim Ketterer, Youth Programs Manager
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center is a proud & active participant in the LGBT Youthlink network. A program of Centerlink, LGBT Youthlink is a national network of LGBTQ+ youth centers sharing best practices.
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