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Pride Month
events

 

Finding the right LGBTQ+ Allied Healthcare Provider for You
Community Partner: Aurora Health Care
Monday, June 7, 6:00 PM
Virtual

Feeling comfortable, safe, and yourself when interacting with your health provider can be one of the most crucial aspects of health care. Join Dr. Elizabeth Ziemann, a primary care provider with Aurora Health, as we share tips to help get you started discovering a provider who is understanding and knowledgeable of the specific health concerns that affect the LGBT+ community.

Register here.

 

In the Making Box: Rainbow Tassel Keychain
Box Pickup starts: June 15

We are taking our love of crafting, packing it up, and sending it home with you to create!

Celebrate Pride Month with us by getting crafty and creating a beautiful rainbow keychain!

Our craft kits, along with some basic household items, will help you create a new piece of decor, self-care, or wearable item.  Every kit comes with written instructions and a link to follow a video from our craft friends at Creativebug. 

Register here.

 

Raising Your Rainbow: Parenting LGBT or Questioning Youth
Community Partner: LGBT Center of SEWI
Tuesday, June 22, 6:00 PM
Virtual

Presented by the LGBT Center of Southeast Wisconsin, this event focuses on how you can support children and youth as they form their own identities. The program will include data and information for parents and caregivers. There will be ample time for questions.

Register here.

 

Pride Book Discussion: The Stonewall Reader
Tuesday, June 29, 6:00 PM
Virtual

Join us for a special Pride Month book discussion, featuring The Stonewall Reader, edited by the New York Public Library.  This collection of first accounts, diaries, periodic literature, and articles from LGBTQ magazines and newspapers spotlights one of the most famous events in LGBTQ+ history, the Stonewall Riots.

A copy of the title will be available for checkout to the first 10 individuals who register to attend. Contact Zander at 262-564-6151 or zmiller@mykpl.info.

Register here.

 

Color Your Flag

Starting June 1st, stop by your friendly neighborhood branch and color paper pride flags. Color it to match your identity, to support a loved-one, or just for fun! Print and download templates for coloring , or find and learn more about pride flags from the Parents Magazine online guide