Empowered Youth Project

posted Aug 18, 2013, 7:26 PM by Korben Dorado-Kirscht   [ updated Aug 18, 2013, 7:27 PM ]

Youth Chill Night's Begin September 13th at the Center in Riverside

Join the Empowered Youth Project at the new community center located in downtown Riverside starting Friday, September 13th, then every 2nd and 4th Friday of every month.

Amy Powell, the director of the Empowered Youth Project said that there will be a lot of fun activities going on for the youth at the center.  The group will be run by youth leaders who will decide what it is that the youth group would like to do, with some adult over-site.  We are looking for nominations for 3 youth leaders to lead the group.  A vote will be held on the 4th week of September by the youth to elect their leaders.  Nominations will be accepted through August 31st, by sending an email to, nominating yourself or someone else.

Activities will include:
  • Movie Nights
  • Party Nights
  • Dances
  • Game Nights
  • Safe Sex Education
  • ...
We welcome all youth ages 12-24 to join us at the new center.

For more information:
  Call:    (951) 293 - 4528

Riverside Community Center Location

posted Aug 9, 2013, 2:12 PM by Korben Dorado-Kirscht   [ updated Aug 18, 2013, 7:31 PM ]

New Community Center Opens in Riverside

Great news!

We now have a Riverside Center location.  We don't have volunteers to man the center every day at this time, please call ahead if you plan on visiting us.  Once we have a volunteer staff trained and ready, we will announce the hours.

The address is:
6864 Indiana Avenue #104 
Riverside, CA 92503

Pride Radio of the Inland Empire

posted Oct 13, 2011, 9:04 AM by Korben Kirscht   [ updated Oct 13, 2011, 9:05 AM ]

Offering a diverse community diverse entertainment.

Music Mixes by Local DJ's
Music by Local Artists
Music by GLBT / LGBT Artists
Live Events

Are you an artist? Do you known anyone who is an artist or entertainer? Let us know!

eMail us at:

We are a non-profit corporation benefiting the Inland Empire Community Center and Pride of the Inland Empire

Reminder: Inland Empire LGBTQI Outdoor & Travel Club

posted Sep 20, 2011, 7:51 AM by Korben Kirscht

The location of this event changes each month.  RSVP to get this month's location.

Not too many years ago, there used to be an Inland Empire chapter for the Great Outdoors. We are getting people together once again so that we can petition GO to give us an IE chapter once again.

Great Outdoors is more than just camping and hiking. They plan movie nights, dinners, trips to places like Las Vegas & Hawaii and more.

We are open to everyone. Gay, Lesbian, Bi/Pan, Trans and Straight

Reminder: Inland Empire LGBTQI Outdoor & Travel Club
Tonight @ 7pm

Reminder: Women's Card & Game Night

posted Sep 7, 2011, 4:26 PM by Korben Kirscht

This Friday, see our calendar.

Come out and play a card game, board game, or just meet new friends at the Inland Empire Community Center monthly women's game night.

Bring a deck of cards or you favorite game.

More info: (951) 293-GLBT (4528)

Sold Out! - Knott's Scary Farm

posted Sep 6, 2011, 8:30 AM by Korben Kirscht

Thank you!  With your support, we made over $1,800 for local non-profit GLBT groups in the Inland Empire.

And for those who purchased tickets, we look forward to seeing you there on Qct 15th.  It's gonna be fun!

IECC - Parenting & Prospective Parents Group & Brunch

posted Aug 31, 2011, 8:28 PM by Korben Kirscht   [ updated Sep 2, 2011, 2:25 PM ]

Date:  September 4th, 2011
Time:  11am to 1:30pm
Location:  Riverside - RSVP to for location.

Come out and meet other LGBT moms and dads at the Inland Empire Community Center Parenting Group.  We will also be using these meetings to come up with and plan fun events for LGBT families.

More info: (951) 293-GLBT (4528)

Group Attempting to Take Over Other IE Groups and Organizations

posted Aug 30, 2011, 8:22 AM by Korben Kirscht

We normally do not like responding to negative information, but there is another group that recently started up in the IE who are attempting to take over and claim the names of other groups within the IE.  Including ours.  They claim that they are the "REAL" "Inland Empire Community Center" while at the same time they are saying that we are fakes.

Folks, we have been around for almost 3 years now serving the diverse IE community.  We have provided events and assistance to hundreds of community members over those years.  These people have only been around for a few months and they are attempting to destroy our community.

These people call themselves the "Inland Empire Pride" or IEP for short, but they also claim that they own the rights to just about anything and everything else gay in the IE.  Just check out their Facebook page where they claim to have trademarked and copyrighted just about every organization name in the IE.  We have not wronged IEP in any way, but we refuse to give up our right to use the name that we have for the past 3 years just because someone else claims that they own the name.

Knott's Tickets Going Fast

posted Aug 28, 2011, 8:35 PM by Korben Kirscht   [ updated Aug 28, 2011, 8:37 PM ]

We are pleased with the success of the Knott's Scary Farm event, we've already sold 57 tickets.  That leaves us with about 43 tickets from those Knott's provided us. 

Thank you for supporting the community center by purchasing these tickets and participating in the Knott's Scary Farm event with us. A portion of the purchase price is tax deductible. Email us if you've purchased a ticket and would like more information, email us at

Mulvane Center Fundraiser Postponed 1 Week

posted Aug 23, 2011, 9:41 PM by Korben Kirscht

The Mulvane Center Fundraiser was postponed 1 week to Thursday Sept 1st at 7pm.  We are looking forward to a big showing.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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