Cafe Q, Safe Hangout for LGBTQ Teens

Café Q is a non-denominational meeting place for Northern NJ LGBTQ teens where they can meet new people, listen to music, enjoy some snacks, and just hang out in a safe and comfortable environment. The kids plan Café Q's activities with the advice and chaperoning services of adults who are gay or parents of LGBTQ children.

Music, Snacks, Friendly People, Safe Place

3rd Sunday of the Month, 3- 5 pm.  Drop In - No Charge

For more information, email CafeQ@BethHatikvah.org. Follow us on instagram at CafeQ_CBH. Hashtags #CafeQCBH, #LGBTQteensNJ

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  2. CafeQ@BethHatikvah.org
Sun, October 20
3:00 pm — 5:00 pm
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Café Q is a non-denominational meeting place for Northern NJ LGBTQ teens where they can meet new people, listen to music, enjoy some snacks, and just hang out in a safe and comfortable environment. The kids plan Café Q's activities with the advice and chaperoning services of adults who are gay or parents of LGBTQ children.

Music, Snacks, Friendly People, Safe Place

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36 Chatham Road Summit, NJ 07901

Congregation Beth Hatikvah

36 Chatham Road
Summit, NJ 07901

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