Check out our new 2019 schedule (subject to change). It has the best of last year plus a few changes we think you’ll enjoy 🙂
The Campaign for Southern Equality has generously given Twin Oaks Queer Gathering a $300 grant in order to help facilitate outreach to folks from marginalized populations and subsidize registration costs for those who cannot afford the suggested registration fee. Thanks, y’all!
Diversity Richmond has generously given Twin Oaks Queer Gathering a $1000 grant in order to help facilitate outreach to folks from marginalized populations and subsidize registration costs for those who cannot afford the suggested registration fee. Thanks, Diversity!
Cel is a seed grower, homeschool teacher, and an artist. Cel is also transgender and uses masculine (he/him) or neutral pronouns (they/them or co/cos). He is formerly a member of Baltimore Free Farm, an urban garden and co-operative house. There, Cel was involved in reclaiming dumpster and pre-dumpster food among other things. After growing tired […]
Saturday night, 8pm-9:30ish will be our second Queer Gathering Open Mic event! It was a hit last year and we encourage everyone who wants to participate to sign up for a ~5min time slot on the bulletin board. We’ll have a microphone and a guitar available onstage 🙂
Got any clothes, binders, makeup, books, buttons, and more that could use a new home? Bring them to swap at the FREE TABLE and maybe you’ll find a treasure of your own 🙂
Are you thinking to yourself, “Wow, the Twin Oaks Queer Gathering 2018 sounds fun, but I don’t know if my identity counts…am I queer enough?” Spoiler Alert: YAASSS!!!
We don’t have vendors at Twin Oaks Queer Gathering 2018, but you can totally bring business cards or brochures to put on the FREE TABLE to get some publicity for your business or organization!
Meet our excellent interns! Taryn and Maddie will be joining us for the summer and working on the Twin Oaks Queer Gathering 2018, Twin Oaks Women’s Gathering 2018, and the 2018 Twin Oaks Communities Conference! Maddie was born in Los Angeles but spent part of her childhood–that she doesn’t quite remember–in Saint Louis and Atlanta. […]
Here’s a photo of our super high-tech workshop scheduling algorithm 😉 You can check out the updated schedule here!