Does your group use The Center frequently as a meeting space, social gathering place, or just a spot to casually get together? Do you drop by to use our Cyber Center? Are you one of the more than 500 youth that visit Rainbow Alley every month?
Then you probably have some questions about The Center's new home and what the move will mean for you. Before you do anything else, take a look at our FAQ page (link on the left) - it's bound to have some answers you're looking for. But if you're still curious, here's some information just for you:
- The Center will continue to offer free and low-cost space for meetings and community use. Our new home means increased capacity and more functional space for groups.
- Rainbow Alley will continue to offer programming and drop-in space for youth 12 - 21. In fact, the new Center will offer almost twice as much space for Rainbow Alley. Contact Rainbow Alley directly for any changes to hours or programing.
- We will continue to host the David Bohnett Cyber Center. We're excited to announce that we will be significantly upgrading our capacity to 12 terminals with new, faster computers! We also plan to begin hosting educational sessions in the Cyber Center, and it will be available for rental to outside organizations.
Still have questions about community space at the new Center? Please contact Hope Wisneski at 303-733-7743 x108.