August 21, 2019
The Senior Pride Book Club meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month, 2-3:30pm, to enjoy companionship and engage in lively discussion of a wide variety of books. Our group is diverse and welcomes all who share our interest in reading books and talking about them.
NEXT: WED, AUG 21
Tucson LGBT seniors will meet to discuss Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann. This non-fiction investigative page-turner re-examines the conspiratorial murder of 60 Native Americans who became extremely rich after the Osage Indian Nation in Oklahoma struck oil in the 1920’s.
August 24, 2019
4th Saturday of every month EXCEPT Dec. noon-2pm
NEXT: SAT, AUG 24, noon-2pm
Cornerstone Fellowship Social Hall
2902 N. Geronimo
(and Laguna, near First Ave. and Glenn)
Park on the north side of the parking lot.
More info: contact us
September 10, 2019
Our series is open to everyone and always features interesting speakers, opportunities for networking and Senior Pride updates.
NO MEETING IN AUGUST
NEXT: TUE, SEP 10, 2-3pm
Speaker: Denisse Brito, Assistant Curator of Community Engagement, Tucson Art Museum
2nd Tuesday of each month (except August), 2-3pm
Himmel Park Library
1035 N Treat Ave (off Speedway)
More info: contact us
September 21, 2019
Free seminar on government retirement benefits for people approaching 55+. What to know and where to go! Featuring speakers from the Social Security Administration, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Arizona Department of Insurance, Department of Labor/Employee Benefits Security Administration, Arizona Department of Economic Security, Division of Aging and Adult Services, and Pima Council on Aging.
SAT, SEP 21, 9am–1:30pm
Arrive early at 8:30am to check in and peruse exhibits
530 N Wilmot Rd, Tucson
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Next Volunteer Orientation: October 12, 2019
Are you LGBTQ, 55+, homebound or isolated in an assisted living home? Are you disabled of any age? Are you disconnected from your community and lonely? The Senior Pride Community Cares Program-Tucson is designed to address the social needs of people in our community by providing trained volunteers who will visit once a week to play cards, read aloud, write letters or call once a week for a phone visit. Volunteers can also provide information on LGBTQI services and resources. Would you appreciate friendly visits and/or phone calls with trained volunteers who have had a background check? There is no charge for this service. Contact us at 520-351-2724 or email. Referrals are welcome and encouraged!
Be a Community Cares Volunteer!
SAT OCT 12
2902 N. Geronimo (and Laguna)
Requirements for volunteers:
Application, volunteer training, background check, ongoing monthly meetings and one year commitment preferred
More info: call 520-351-2724 or email