Past Program Events

In addition to major events like Pride in the Park, Triangle Community Center hosts an assortment of special events, including workshops, panels, film screenings, and more! Take a look at some of our past events here. 



Queer Lit Event

In honor of February as "I Love to Read" Month, we held a special event just for all the book lovers! We started with a Drag Queen Story hour with Norwalk's own Angelina Fierce, who led us through a few books and songs. Then we took a break for a family book fair curtesy of Be Yourself Bookshop. After the families departed, we broke out the adult sips for a boozy book fair (21+) where folks could enjoy a drink and shop books and merchandise from queer authors while supporting TCC. We had an awesome time seeing over 75 people come out to join us! Long live queer lit!


Palentine's Day

TCC's first Palentine's Day event was held February 2024, as a celebration of queer platonic friendship! Folks came together to craft, snack, start meaningful conversations via prompt cards, and get know both new and old friends better. Relationships do not have to be romantic to be deep, valid, and meaningful!

Past Program Events

Rustin: Film Screening and Discussion

In January 2024, Triangle Community Center partnered with the Wilton Quakers to hold a screening of the 2023 film, Rustin, joined by Bayard Rustin's long time partner, Walter Naegle in an intimate hybrid discussion after the film. Bayard Rustin, a openly gay civil rights activist, spearheaded the efforts leading to the 1963 March on Washington, a pivotal moment in social justice reform and advocacy for the BIPOC community. TCC Board Member, Colin Hosten, fielded questions from community members who had the opportunity to discuss Walter's involvement of the film, engage in reflection about Bayard Rustin's legacy, and explore topics of intersectionality, both in the past and present. Now, more than ever, it is so important to join together to make a more just world with a brighter future for all.

Past Program Events

Ugly Sweater Social

Folks gathered in December 2023 to celebrate community, good food, and silly sweaters! Guests of all ages and identities shared assorted snacks and sips during this non-religious, non-denominational holiday event. A fabulous and festive way to end the year.