PrideCenter of St. Louis
Hours and Location • Meeting Space • CyberCenter
Public Library • Partner Organizations • Contact Us
PrideCenter is excited to celebrate our one-year anniversary as the only LGBTQIA+ center in the region (read our anniversary press release here). PrideCenter is located at 3738 Chouteau Avenue, and is a registered Safe Place, as well as a condom distribution site. We are working each day to expand our role as a community-based leader. PrideCenter officially opened on Wednesday, January 11th, 2017. Help is still needed to provide the services offered by PrideCenter. Any donations, whether in-kind or monetary contributions, are tax-deductible.
|Wednesday||12:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||12:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Friday||12:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Saturday||12:00pm - 7:00pm|
|Sunday||12:00pm - 7:00pm|
PrideCenter offers a free meeting place for LGBTQIA+ groups to hold meetings and events. Non-LGBTQIA+ groups are also welcomed, but we do ask for a donation from these groups to support our efforts in serving the LGBTQIA+ community. To request PrideCenter for your meeting or event, fill out our form at prides.tl/reserve. Please check our calendar to avoid any scheduling conflicts. Please note that any reservations requested between the hours of 12:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Wednesday through Sunday must be public meetings, as PrideCenter is open to the public during this time. If you have any questions, contact us at email@example.com. Request PrideCenter for your next meeting or event!
Our cybercenter provides many technology-based resources, enabling community members to apply for jobs, take online classes, do homework, or simply enjoy open internet access. Both black-and-white and color printing are available for free, however, donations are gratefully accepted to help us cover the cost of supplies. Usage of PrideCenter's computer lab is subject to our Acceptable Use Policy. The cybercenter is administered by Kevin Hirsch, Director of Information Technology and Marketing.
Creation of a community library began in December of 2016. To date, we've cataloged several thousand books on LGBTQIA+, feminist, gender, and race topics cataloged for the public to loan. Many, many volunteer hours went into the creation and development of the community library. The library is open to all, and books can be checked when you visit PrideCenter. You're able to access our online catalog by clicking the button below. For any inquiries related to the library, partnering with us, or making a donation, please contact our Library Coordinator, Tarza Tawfiq, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To request PrideCenter for your meeting or event, fill out our form at prides.tl/reserve.
To get involved, head over to our volunteer application and choose "PrideCenter".