Summer Ivy+ Events in NYC

Join DGALA for a full series of co-hosted Ivy+ events in NYC this summer! 

LBT Women’s Panel Discussion and Reception with Lambda Legal – about religious exemption, hobby lobby and more

What: LBT Women’s Panel Discussion and Reception with Lambda Legal – Everyone welcome. On hot topics, such as hobby lobby and religious exemption.
When: TUESDAY, MAY 26, 6 – 8:30 PM. 6 PM check-in, 6:30 – 7:30 PM Panel, 7:30 PM onwards reception.
Where: 787 7th Avenue (bet 51 & 52nd St), Manhattan. – In the large, spacious offices of Sidley Austin
Cost: FREE but RSVP required (for a building pass): http://goo.gl/JtdpLW

Join us for a fascinating LBT Women;’s Panel Discussion on hot legal topics — such as hobby lobby and religious exemption, marriage equality and their relevance to LBT women — with 3 expert panelists who are from out-of-town and rarely speak in NYC: Jenny Pizer (works on religious exemption), Camilla Taylor (litigated Indiana marriage ban and recent cases there), Carmina Occampa (immigrants rights, litigated Arizona marriage ban). Moderated by Miriam Edelstein. Followed by Q&A and a friendly reception with the group and panelists. Organized by Lambda Legal. Co-hosted by Columbia Pride, CUGALA (Cornell), DGALA (Dartmouth), FFR/Princeton BTGALA, NYU LGBT Alumni Network, Stanford Pride and Yale GALA

More info: http://www.yalegala.org/article.html?aid=301
RSVP Link: http://goo.gl/JtdpLW

Exclusive LBT Women’s GALA Mixer at People Restaurant & Lounge

When: THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 6-8:30 PM Where: People Restaurant & Lounge, 163 Allen St, LES.
Cost: FREE. Cash bar, cash food (bar menu + specials for us), happy hour specials all night
RSVP: RSVP appreciated but not necessary: http://goo.gl/t4iCDD

Join us for another LBT GALA Women’s Mixer in NYC. Downstairs will be an energetic mixer and the upstairs can be a little quieter, with tables at which to sit with old and new friends. People Kitchen and Lounge is a spacious, two-story event space on the Lower East Side. We will have the bar menu (sliders, wings, salt and pepper shrimp, edamame and other special dishes just for us), full bar and drink specials.
More info: http://www.yalegala.org/article.html?aid=306
RSVP link: http://goo.gl/t4iCDD

5th Annual LGBTQ Women’s Pride in the Pines Dance Party (400 attendees expected)

When: Saturday, June 13, 2015: 2:30-6 pm Dance & 7-9:30 pm VIP Dinner and Show with Joi Cardwell
Where: Whyte Hall, Fire Island Pines Dance Cost: $90, $125 at the door (if available). All but $7 is tax-deductible.
RSVP: Advance tickets available http://goo.gl/c1zSMm

Join us on Saturday, June 13 in Fire Island for the 5th annual LBT Women’s Pride in the Pines Dance (400 women expected), including COMPLIMENTARY wine, vodka & hors d’oeuvres plus a great silent auction (fantastic high-end bargains in 2013, such as theatre tickets and travel). Music by Susan Levine and Johnny Dynell. Dress code: Classic White. Pride in the Pines benefits an LGBT charity each year (rotates): in 2015 HMI (the Hetrick Martin Institute) is the beneficiary. HMI helps LGBTQ youth to reach their full potential, especially at-risk youth and homeless young people: 40% of homeless youth are LGBT and 30% are thrown out of their homes after they come out. In 2014 over 80% of event proceeds benefited the designated charity. All men are welcome to attend the event as well. It is easy to get to Whyte Hall from NYC: via Sayville Ferry (http://www.sayvilleferry.com/ – $16 round-trip) or special MTA LIRR-Ferry packages (take the Manhattan or Brooklyn LIRR to Sayville LIRR Station, transfer via Colonial Taxi to Ferry – $31 round-trip package) or via water taxi from any other beach on the Island .

More info: http://goo.gl/c1zSMm
And at: http://www.yalegala.org/article.html?aid=283
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/339801159534887/

Tuesday, June 30, 6-9 pm. LGBT ALL-IVY & FRIENDS POST-PRIDE MIXER at the YALE CLUB of NYC.

Where: Yale Club of NYC, 50 Vanderbilt (across from Grand Central Station), Grand Ballroom, 20th Floor, NY now in the Grand Ballroom (20th floor); the largest room at the Club. A great way to end Pride month.
Cost: $40 ($20 students and 2014 grads, any school, with student ID), cash only at the door.
RSVP: Advance RSVP required: http://goo.gl/YSLvGC
RSVPs close Monday June 29 at Midnight.

Catch up with old friends and meet new ones at the beautiful Yale Club for the 10th annual LGBT Post-Pride Mixer, held the Tuesday after Pride. We will be in the Grand Ballroom (20th floor), the Club’s largest room with 20’ high, beautifully carved ceilings, classical pediments & pilasters and lovely city views. Enjoy an open bar (beer, wine, soda and juice) – and a bounteous buffet of hors d’oeuvres (including a 3’ tall chocolate fondue fountain, fruit, vegetables, cheeses, dessert and more) – while you mingle. An elegant evening and a great way to end NY Pride. We invite alumni from Yale, U Penn, the Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Stanford, NYU, Duke, UVA, Georgetown, Williams, Amherst, UCLA, U Chicago, William and Mary, all the Military academies, and friends. Everyone is welcome. Please note the Yale Club’s Dress Code is business casual or better. Please no jeans, sneakers, t-shirts or shorts. Dress fabulously and you will have a great time at the Club!

Many thanks to our LGBT Alumni group co-hosts: FFR/Princeton BTGALA, HGSC (Harvard), Columbia Pride, CUGALA (Cornell), NYU LGBT Alumni Council, DGALA (Dartmouth), Stanford Pride and Brown TBGALA, and to our organizing hosts for the evening: Yale GALA and the Yale Club of NYC.

Advance RSVP Requested for entry (no cost to RSVP): http://goo.gl/YSLvGC *Advance RSVP Required. It is free to RSVP; only pay if you attend. RSVPs close Monday, June 29 at Midnight.

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