June 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
FAMILY: J Members: $36 | Public: $43
INDIVIDUAL: J Members: $18 | Public: $22
• Supplies to make one challah (Families can opt for two at no additional cost)
• One swag bag
• Light dinner (kosher dairy)
Join us for an evening of unity and challah-baking in celebration of Pride month. Make your own rainbow dough and, while it rises, enjoy a light dinner (kosher dairy), fun activities, and a photo booth. People of all ages, genders, backgrounds, and identities are welcome!
During dinner, enjoy a performance from The Queen’s Men, a small ensemble of the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus.
While you’re at the J, bring a donation for Caracole’s personal care pantry! We will be collecting items for the entire month of June to benefit Caracole and their work in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Find more information here.
More About Our Partners
The Queen’s Men is the small ensemble of the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus. With their musical flexibility and vocal strength, the ensemble strives to be the “best of the best” of the CMC. Their repertoire includes choral literature from most musical genres as well as Broadway and Popular Music.From its inception in 1991, the Cincinnati Men’s Chorus history has been a colorful one. The chorus has grown in size and musical stature, consisting of men from all walks of life: friends and strangers, young and old, gay and gay supportive. Today, the chorus rehearses at St. John Unitarian Universalist Church in Clifton, performing their three annual concerts throughout Cincinnati. In addition, the CMC continues to be a yearly favorite at events ranging from the Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Pride Festivals, Fine Arts Sampler Weekend, the Walk to Stop AIDS, and signing the National Anthem for Reds and Bengals games.
Caracole is Greater Cincinnati’s nonprofit devoted to positively changing lives in the fight against HIV/AIDS. For people living with HIV, they provide housing, case management and pharmacy services to improve health and well-being. Caracole’s prevention services focus on outreach, testing, education and harm reduction to help people reduce their risk for HIV. The work they do to end the HIV epidemic is central to a healthy community. Volunteer, donate or find out how we can help you or someone you love at caracole.org
Living With Change is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting transgender youth and their families by providing education, resources, advocacy, and support while fostering confidence and acceptance through change.
Founders Chris and Jessica Cicchinelli hope to lead the charge toward a change in perspective and awareness to make our communities a safer, more inclusive place for transgender children. To accomplish this, Living With Change engages with schools and businesses to help ensure transgender youth are protected and accepted while working with politicians to change existing policies, prevent discriminatory ones, and promote initiatives that help transgender youth thrive in a more inclusive and equitable future.
While the organization takes its name from the process transgender youth families go through when their child comes out as trans—learning to adapt to a new normal and accept your child for who they are—Living With Change really found its beginnings with its namesake, LC Cicchinelli.