The Trailblazers is a program at Stonewall Columbus for LGBTQ Adults ages 50+ that was created through a generous gift from The Legacy Fund. Trailblazer events include seminars, computer workshops, The Trailblazer Newsletter, and Social Outings.
Each year Stonewall hosts a series of seminars on issues ranging from legal issues, healthcare and computer use.
The Trailblazer Newsletter goes out via email about twice a month and highlights a variety of upcoming events and outings. Our popular social outings happen at least once a month where Trailblazers meet and get a ride to the theater or a concert, and then finish up at Union Cafe for discounted food and drinks.
The Stonewall Columbus Pride Festival has a special Trailblazer Lounge where you can get out of the sun, relax, and even use separate restrooms. Ask about getting a Trailblazer wristband so you can get in! This year has been busy for the Trailblazers, and there is still much more to come, so join us!
For more information contact Riana Brewer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-299-7764.
Upcoming Trailblazer Events
Upcoming Events › Trailblazers
Thursday, April 6 Tour begins at 11:30 AM @ Columbus Museum of Art Park in lot behind building at the corner of Washington and Gay, press to get a ticket and CMA will validate your ticket before you leave FREE to attend. Meet at the Museum. Bodies@Work: The Art of Ruben and Isabel Toledo reveals the creative collaboration of fashion designer Isabel Toledo and artist, designer, and illustrator Ruben Toledo. Their lifelong partnership in art, design, and life springs from…
This year our Stonewall Columbus Community Team is walking together in the 2017 Dr. Robert J. Fass Memorial 5k AIDS Walk Central Ohio! Join our team! Saturday, April 15 10 AM @ McFerson Commons Registration and payment are required for participation The mission of AIDS Walk Central Ohio is to raise awareness and funds for HIV/AIDS service organizations through education and promotional activities leading up to the walk and through the participation of corporations, walkers, runners, civic leaders and community…
Wednesday, April 19 Doors open at 6:30 PM Event begins at 7 PM with small reception to follow @ Ohio History Connection (Auditorium) Meet at event location. Free parking in lot. Tickets: $5 My Father’s Closet provides a rare, funny, and compassionate glimpse into the secret life of our otherwise ordinary Midwest family. This book will resonate with anyone who has fallen in love with the wrong person, grown up around secret love affairs, taken risks with a taboo lover,…