Social Stuff

The Triangle Connection
 
Triangle LogoA social organization providing a safe environment for gays and lesbians to find their way into the gay community. Monthly meetings usually feature guest speakers. The organization’s aim is to foster a friendship environment outside of the bar scene. The group meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. Meets are held at the Flicks, 646 Fulton St., Boise. You can contact Alan at 208.336.7830 or e-mail: avirta2@yahoo.com for more info.
Common Ground Community Chorus
 
Common Ground Logo Common Ground is a LGBTQ community choir based in Boise that “seeks to display the positive face of the open-minded and progressive citizens of the Treasure Valley, welcoming and recognizing diverse people” For more details visit their website at commongroundboise.org
The Balcony Club
 
balcony club logoVoted Boise Weekly’s Best Local Dance Club for over 10 years running.
DJ’s spinning the latest music & videos, amazing lights, open dance floor,and the most amazing customers in the world!

EVERYONE OVER 21 IS WELCOME!

150 N 8th St Suite 226, Boise, Idaho 83702

Mon – Sun: 4:00 pm – 2:00 am

(208) 336-1313             http://www.thebalconyclub.com/

Lucky Dog Tavern
 
Lucky Dog LogoAn LGBTQ friendly neighborhood bar located in downtown Boise.

Address: 1108 W. Front St., Boise, ID, 83702

Phone: (208) 333-0074

Neurolux
 
Neurolux LogoNeurolux is a lounge and music venue in Boise’s historic Hitchcock Building It is open Noon to 2am 365 days a year. Please note this venue is only for those 21 and older. Happy Hour is from noon til 8pm everyday! $2 to 12 p.m. ($2 well drinks 11 p.m.-midnight).

 

Booking inquiries: info@neurolux.com

Phone: 208-343-0886

Website: http://www.neurolux.com/

Flying M Coffee
 
Flying M Coffee LogoAn LGBTQ friendly Coffee, Cafe, Music & Events Venue located at 500 West Idaho Street Boise, Idaho 83702 For more information visit their website located at flyingmcoffee.com or call them at 208-345-4320
The Flicks
 
Flicks LogoLocated in the heart of downtown Boise, Idaho since 1984, The Flicks theatre features independent, foreign and art films, including the best of the Hollywood movies shown on four movie screens. The flick is of course also a LGBTQ friendly venue. You can find out more by visiting their website at http://theflicksboise.com/ or by calling 208-342-4222