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PFLAG Albuquerque promotes the health and well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons, their families and friends through: SUPPORT, EDUCATION and ADVOCACY.

 

Our monthly meetings have returned to IN PERSON! --  Please join us.

PFLAG-ABQ meets the third Wednesday evening of every month.

Directions: Go south one block on Washington St. from the intersection with Central Ave. (It has a stop-light, the second west of San Mateo Bvd.)  The building will be a strip-mall on your left.  ---  136 Washington Street,  suite E  ---   There is ample off-street parking.

Pride PFLAG car, "hugs" truck.

Meetings & Events

2023, January 18th. We will meet for supportive conversations over light refreshments. No formal program is scheduled.

 

Notes from previous In-Person Meetings...

2022, December 22nd. We had our first face-to-face meeting AGAIN after "Zooming" two years. It was a "snacks-only" potluck with much provided by many participants. Fun! We had too many snacks since lots had also been left to us by another group whose meeting had ended just before we arrived.

...  An extended period of meetings on ZOOM.

2020, April 15th, May 20th, June 17th, and ALL subsequent PFLAG meetings occurred as scheduled, over ZOOM.

2020, March 18th. The meeting was cancelled due to National PFLAG's advice to members: "chapters should suspend meetings and events, based upon sound guidance and directives from local and federal health authorities" * * paraphrased by Peter, who ALSO heard on March 12, that APS cancelled all classes for three weeks.

2020, February 19th. Adrien Lawyer, of The Transgender Resource Center of New Mexico (TGRCNM) explained the center's programs and some events. We all discussed the experiences of transgender people, and came away understanding more. Along with generous donors, TGRCNM's local thrift store -- Thrift A Lot -- supports the Center's work.

2020, January 15th. Alexandra Sherry, from Big Brothers/Big Sisters, asked: "Have you ever wanted to be a big brother or sister or sibling?" She answered questions and explained two current programs -- Community-based and School-based.

 

Previous year calendars are in NEWS ARCHIVES below.


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