Frontrunners & Walkers
Meeting: Sat 9 a.m.
Caribou Coffee/Brueggers Bagels parking lot
1531 East Blvd.
Mon 6:30 p.m.
Dowd YMCA back porch
400 E. Morehead St.
A social group that walks and runs together, meets
for food and drink afterward. All abilities welcome.
Charlotte H2O Gay Swim Group
The mission is to promote physical fitness
and provide a positive social outlet for gay and gay-friendly Charlotteans.
It is all-inclusive regarding
gender, orientation, ethnicity, etc. They look for swimmers who are
comfortable with the basic strokes and wish to improve and/or become
fit while meeting fun people along the way. Competition may be possible
for those interested. Send an email for detailed information if interested
in joining the group.
AMF Coliseum Lanes
2801 E. Independence Blvd.
Its mission is to promote the sport of bowling
within the LGBT community. It is also a member of the International
Gay Bowling Organization
(IGBO) and promotes its motto of Unity, Fellowship and Communication. The
group meets on Mondays beginning in September for 28 weeks.
Cost is $12.50/week. Practice begins at 7:50 p.m. and league
8 p.m. Charlotte
Rainbowlers is sanctioned by American Bowling Congress (ABC),
Women's International Bowling Congress (WIBC) and members of
members of the league
have placed in numerous gay bowling tournaments across the
nation and abroad.
Charlotte Royals Rugby Football Club
The Charlotte Royals Rugby Football Club
was formed for gay and diverse individuals in and around the area.
on Sunday and
Tuesday. Check the website for times and locations. Age,
size, and experience are
not important. Commitment and willingness are.
Gay Volleyball Club
league forming for Monday nights. In addition, it will offer open
play gay volleyball on Sunday afternoons
p.m. Call 336-230-0012
for more information.
Queen City Rollers Bowling League
316 East 19th St.
11210 Brigmon Ln.
Join the fun in Matthews for league play beginning
in September at 7:30 p.m. for 24 weeks A great way to establish
new friends or renew acquaintances. Raffles, games and cash
prizes awarded. For
those interested, call Clark White at 704-699-1278
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Queen City Tennis Club
Queen City Tennis Club is an all-inclusive,
LGBT-focused tennis club for individuals to come together
and enjoy the game of
an open, friendly
atmosphere. The club is mainly recreational/social
in nature, but there are opportunities for competitive
welcome. Open play is held every Sunday at
10 a.m. at Park Road Park during warm
season, 7 p.m. on Wednesday nights at Hornet’s
Nest Park and on Sundays during the “cold” season at
12 p.m. Singles tennis ladder is available.
Matches are scheduled
by individuals at their
Wilderness Network of the Carolinas
Wilderness Network of the Carolinas (WNC)
2706 Stratford Dr.
WNC is a non-profit gay and lesbian organization
established to promote friendship, enjoyment,and
the outdoors through adventure
sports. For more information, call Tom
Clarke at 336-288-1329.