Contact us at reunion@griotcircle.org or visit our website- www.griotcircle.org
Removing COVID-19 Restrictions Presentation
12 – 1 pm  
This presentation will discuss, how we safely come out of COVID. Let’s discuss the fears of the unknown and get information and tips on ways to be with family, friends and loved ones yet remain safe. 
Monday
GRIOT Circle’s Book Club
2-3 pm
Share your thoughts after reading the book of the month with like-minded LGBTQ elders.
Monday
Parlor Games with Brooklyn Community Pride Center
4:30-6:3030-6:30
Start your week off with pure fun at Parlor Games. We’ll be playing different games every Monday at 4:30 pm. Bring your favorite game to share! This meeting is open to all who wish to attend. 
Trans 101 Workshop
7- 8 pm
This workshop is about creating and strengthening transgender inclusion, wherever you are. An introduction to the basics of gender, trans identity, and trans experience, with opportunities for a deeper dive into trans-inclusive policies and actions, and practical skill-building for acting in solidarity with transgender communities.
Tuesday
Outdoor Coffee Talk
10:30- 11:30am
weather permitted
Come join us for an Outside meet and Greet.
GRIOT Members come together to talk about the latest issues in person.
We supply the coffee - members supply the Talk.
There is always a topic for discussion.
Tuesday
RootStory
1:00- 2:30 pm
The Root Story sessions feature your original tales of life, love, loss and everything in between. There is also sharing of songs and poems as well as readings from global literary artist.
Wednesday
Creative Caribbean Movement with Kendra J. Ross
10:30-11:30
This slow-paced fusion class will use traditional folklore movements that represent varying themes such as play, passageways, flow, beauty, and strength as a foundation to color and inform a modern dance combination. All mobility levels are welcome.
Wednesday
Black Men Sexual Health Program
2-3pm
A group designed for men over 50 to discuss and learn how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. To join- contact Lisa Eddy at Leddy@griotcircle.org 
Wednesday
Shaped by Sylvester - Tiki spills the Tea
6- 7pm
Born in Watts, Los Angeles, to a middle-class African-American family, Sylvester developed a love of singing through the gospel choir of his church. Tiki met Sylvester, then known as Dooni, and that friendship influenced her life. Listen to her tales of growing up black and trans in LA in the 60s as a part of the Disquotays with a good friend that soon became a disco superstar

Wednesday
Movie Night
Dream Horse
6:00-8:30 pm
The true story of Dream Alliance, an unlikely racehorse bred by small-town bartender Jan Vokes. With very little money and no experience, Jan convinces her neighbors to chip in their meager earnings to help raise Dream and compete with the racing elites. Their investment pays off as Dream rises through the ranks and becomes a beacon of hope for their struggling community.
Art in the Park
Thursday
Art in the Park
11:30 - 1 pm
Every Thursday weather permitted 11:30 – 1:00pm Click here to register
GRIOT Members get together to have Art in the Park. Sketch in the Sun, no experience necessary.
Come join us in Prospect Park at the entrance of Ocean Avenue & Parkside Entrance.
You must bring your own. Chair, pencils, erasers, sketchpad, water & snacks. 
Root Story
Thursday
1- 2:30 pm
The Root Story sessions feature your original tales of life, love, loss, and everything in between. 
There is also sharing of songs and poems as well as readings from the global literary artists. 
Thursday
GRIOT Circle’s African American Women’s Group
3-4 pm
Must register if new. 
An open and supportive environment with timely discussion and presentations related to women’s health.


Friday
Meditative Art Class
11:30 - 12:30 pm
In meditative drawing, the artist’s intention is to reach a state of flow through the connections made from pen on paper. Exploring the six elements of art, we begin with the line and move through to shape, form, value, space and lastly texture, as we explore the different elements of art we incorporate them into our drawings.
Friday
Concerts in Motion
2-3 pm
Listen to the sounds of Motown/Soul/R&B.
Concerts in Motion provide tailored, live music concert experiences for a wide range of individuals across New York City.

Friday
LGBTQ+ Older Adult Tea Party BAM Pride Celebration
5 - 8pm
Paying homage to the queer tradition of the tea dance popularized in 1960s New York, this year’s.
Pride party brings together community members from Brooklyn Older Adults LGBTQ Community and the general public for an intimate outdoor event in downtown Brooklyn, right next to BAM. The celebration features DJs; drag, line dancing and performances. This is an in person outdoor event.
Due to capacity restriction this is an invitation only event. Participants Must Register for Entry!!