Safer and Seen: How to support LGBTQ+ friends and family, Oct. 5


WALTON - The William B. Ogden Free Library in Walton will host Lyndon Cudlitz for a free, grant funded presentation on Thursday, Oct. 5 from 6-7:30 p.m. Struggling with pronouns? Want clarity on that term your child used? Family members and friends of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning people often want to help their loved ones thrive, but have uncertainty about how to do so. Whether struggling or supportive, this presentation provides an opportunity for adults and older teens to learn more about sexual orientation & gender identity from an expert with over 20 years of experience working in LGBTQIA services. 

Lyndon Cudlitz delivers customized education and consultation for schools, healthcare providers, nonprofits, businesses, and families. His background also includes children’s rock-climbing instruction, 10 years as a firefighter/EMT, and directing & founding youth programs in Maine, New York, and Missouri. Lyndon is a regular volunteer for an overnight summer camp in Lewis County.

For further information on this program and others at the Ogden Free Library, contact 607.865.5929 or visit