The event of the season to celebrate trans* brilliance is coming again…please come shine with us!
Transgender Day of Visibility (TDoV) Conference & Celebration
April 1, 2023 — 11am to 8pm
Jones Center for Families — Springdale, Arkansas
TDoV 2023 Schedule of Events
Free Admission & Registration
Admission is free, but pre-registration for TDoV via Eventbrite is required, please!
Eat, Enjoy, Socialize, and Learn
We are excited to present a full day of programming for TDoV 2023. We kick the day off with a free catered lunch and end with a pool party!
- Girls Gone BBQ Catered Lunch (free, donations appreciated)
- Trans* Drag Show
- Free Legal Aid Clinic (see schedule for signup)
- Ice Skating
- Meditation Workshop
- Know Your Rights Workshop
- Fair Housing Workshop
- Art Performance
- Meet Community Partners & Friends
- Fun Times with Good Folks - come make new friends and hang out with old ones!
- Pool Party (see schedule for details)
In addition to the TDoV events, TEN is also hosting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training for Media and Journalists at the Jones Center the morning of April 1, 2023. For full information and registration, please visit the Eventbrite page for TEN TDoV Training.
Jones Center for Families
922 E. Emma Avenue
Springdale, Arkansas 72764
The Jones Center is a recreation, education, and event center for families located in downtown Springdale, Arkansas. The Center boasts a year-round ice arena, junior-Olympic size lap pool, activity pool with a slide, world-class bike park, basketball court, fitness center, indoor track, conference center, and chapel/auditorium.
Schedule of Events & Room Locations
Please see this link for a full schedule of events, along with room locations at the Jones Center for TDoV 2023.
Transgender Day of Visibility (TDoV) is an international holiday, observed worldwide on March 31st every year, celebrating the lives of transgender people while raising awareness of discrimination. At Transgender Equality Network, we promote positive visibility to increase awareness and understanding. We believe that we can change hearts and minds by challenging stereotypes with safe community participation and education.