- November 4, 2021: CPAP Recall—Now What?!
- October 14, 2021: Older Adult Travel Ideas
- September 12, 2021: Voices from the Pandemic
- June 19, 2021: Beaverton’s Got Pride
- October 10-11, 2020: National Coming Out Day
- August 29, 2020: Say It With Me: Black Lives Matter
- February 22, 2020: Igniting Voices
- October 20, 2019: Coming Out as You
- October 12, 2019: Our Stories
- September 14, 2019: Resilient Voices
- June 8, 2019: Generations of Pride
- June 2, 2019: Prideful Voices Vancouver
- May 4, 2019: Rewired, Not Retired
- February 14, 2019: How We Met
- November 8, 2018: Holidaze
- September 26, 2018: The Pixie Project—Rescue Is for Lovers
- September 13, 2018: Schooled
- May 10, 2018: Audacious Aging
- March 8, 2018: Nevertheless, She Persisted
November 4, 2021: CPAP Recall—Now What?!
Join Paul in this webinar and Q&A discussing the recent Philips CPAP recall and what you can do about it.
October 14, 2021: Older Adult Travel Ideas
Join Our Bold Voices and Community for Positive Aging in this webinar featuring ideas for traveling around Portland, with car-less options!
#travel #jimrico #lindajohnston #vinitamalin #pauliarrobino #boomertravel #responsibletravel #seniortravel #affordabletravel #carlesstravel #exploreOregon #explorePNW #hollywoodseniorcenter #givingtree #communityforpositiveaging #olderadulttravelideas Presentation PDF
September 12, 2021: Voices from the Pandemic
Join our storytellers sharing their pandemic experiences—past and present—along with a stimulating Q&A exploring other aspects of living with COVID-19.
Many thanks to the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) for funding this event!
June 19, 2021: Beaverton’s Got Pride
Join our panelists sharing their experiences in Beaverton and being proud to be LGBTQ+. Also joining us are guests from Beaverton Library, PFLAGPDX, and HomePlate.
Many thanks to City of Beaverton for funding this event!
October 10-11, 2020: National Coming Out Day
National Coming Out Day is celebrated annually since 1988 to raise awareness of the LGBT+ community and ongoing struggle for civil rights. Our Bold Voices created a special experience by creating free live broadcasts of local storytellers, musicians and live Q&A.
Many thanks to Regional Arts and Culture Council, AARP of Oregon and End HIV Oregon for their sponsorship.
August 29, 2020: Say It With Me: Black Lives Matter
Our Bold Voices’ first webinar!
February 22, 2020: Igniting Voices
The Eliot Center hosts Igniting Voices, bringing the audience experiences and stories from trans and non-binary people, and featuring Acchord’s beautiful voices in song.
https://vimeo.com/394857907 Jamison explains his journey before the right vocabulary existed and provides a valuable historical context to understanding trans identity. #ignitingvoices #firstunitarianportland #jamisongreen
October 20, 2019: Coming Out as You
Battle Ground High School hosts “Coming Out as You” for National Coming Out Month.
September 14, 2019: Resilient Voices
Storytelling, art, music, and poetry from people affected by and/or aging with HIV/AIDS.
June 8, 2019: Generations of Pride
An evening of storytelling across generations and experiences in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall.
June 2, 2019: Prideful Voices Vancouver
Celebrate a special afternoon of storytelling and music featuring local young LGBTQ+ voices and Acchord, an auditioned a capella group composed of transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming musicians.
February 14, 2019: How We Met
A special night celebrating local LGBTQ couples with raffle benefiting Portland Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’s community charity fund.
November 8, 2018: Holidaze
Storytellers share their one-of-a-kind holiday stories with partial proceeds benefiting SnowCap.
September 26, 2018: The Pixie Project–Rescue Is for Lovers
Rescue Is for Lovers! Six Pixie adopters share their Pixie adoption love stories at a storytelling fundraiser event.