Gay Movie Night

Hosted by Pride Community Center on the last Friday of each month at 7:30pm, this is a free service to the LGBT community. A $2 donation is requested to cover snack and refreshment costs.

Friday January 27th Tab Hunter Confidential

In the 1950s, Tab Hunter was America’s boy next door and a major movie star. Nothing, it seemed, could damage his skyrocketing career. Nothing, that is, except for the possibility that the public might learn that Hunter was secretly gay. Now, Tab Hunter’s secret is out. In this award-winning documentary we will meet the real Tab Hunter as he shares with us the whole story of a happy and healthy survivor of Hollywood’s roller coaster.


Gainesville 2017 Pride Theme Needed

Our 2016 theme was “Vote With Pride” Be a part of PRIDE by submitting your 2017 Pride Theme suggestions!

This theme will be used on our 2017 Pride Logo, t-shirts, website, Pride Program, and promotional literature. All submissions become the property of Pride Community Center of North Central Florida.
Themes must be submitted to Pride Community Center at pccncf@pccncf.org by noon on January 18th.


GPD and ACSO Appoint Liaison’s to the LGBTQ+ Community

Pride Community Center of North Central Florida has long established relationships with local law enforcement agencies in our service area. These relationships have been important to address issues of discrimination and violence that have impacted the LGBTQ+ community in North Central Florida. After the terrible attack in Orlando on June 12th we again reached out to build on those relationships. We met with Gainesville Police Department (GPD) Chief Tony Jones and his leadership team and we hosted a safety discussion with GPD at the Pride Center on July 11th . This was the beginning of a planned ongoing conversation with both agencies about issues that impact area LGBTQ+ residents. We also requested that GPD and the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) assign a liaison officer to allow LGBTQ+ community members to have a direct contact with these agencies. Subsequent to these conversations, GPD and ACSO have each appointed not one but three liaison officers.

Here are the 3 liaisons and their contact information from the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office:

• Captain Steve Maynard, Patrol Operations
352-367-4097 smaynard@alachuasheriff.org
• Sergeant Pam James, Security Operations Department of the Jail
352-367-4157 pjames@alachuasheriff.org
• Sergeant Joe VanGorder, Investigations Division
352-367-4182 svangorder@alachuasheriff.org

Here are the 3 liaisons and their contact information from the Gainesville Police Department:

• Lt. Jaime Kurnick
352-317-4548 kurnickjl@cityofgainesville.org
• Det. Donna Montague
352-872-2764 montagueda@cityofgainesville.org
• Ofc. Michael Cavett
352-214-2778 cavettmr@cityofgainesville.org

Shortly after the Orlando attacks the FBI and the Department of Justice reached out to express their concern and offered their assistance to the LGBTQ+ community. They provided the following contact information for any questions or needed assistance.

• FBI: FBI Gainesville Resident Agency, 104 N Main Street, Ste 400, Gainesville, FL 32601. Tel# 352-372-9600 e-mail gvra.jk@ic.fbi.gov

• Department of Justice: Michael J. Harwin, Assistant United States Attorney, Northern District of Florida, 111 N. Adams Street, 4th Floor, Tallahassee, FL 32301 Tel# 850-942-8430 e-mail Michael.Harwin@usdoj.gov


Community Game Night

Join a diverse group of gamers for both new and classic games.

Board Games
Dice Games
Card Games

Play ours or bring one to teach us!
On the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month.

From 6pm to 8:30pm at PCCNCF 3131 NW 13th St, Gainesville, FL 32609


PCCNCF is Seeking Responsible Volunteers for Key Positions

PCCNCF is YOUR Community Center and we can only continue to succeed with your help. We are looking for folks to fill some key volunteer positions at the center. We need a Facilities Manager, an Education Events Coordinator, and a Program Coordinator. Each of these positions is important to the ongoing success of the center and only require about two hours a week commitment after the initial training period. If you are interested in helping out, please check out the position descriptions or talk to one of our Board Members.

We can’t do it without you!