Virtual Mini-Reunion Events

The ongoing pandemic has forced DGALA’s annual on-campus June mini-reunion to be moved online. Happily, two of the mini’s most popular events will still take place (albeit virtually). Registration is required for each event.

First, on Thursday, June 18th, we will be hosting President Phil Hanlon ’77 for a conversation starting at 5 p.m ET, followed by a social hour for DGALA members.

Register for the June 18 meeting with President Hanlon

On Saturday, June 20th, join us for a virtual exhibition discussion with the Hood Museum of Art! Morgan E. Freeman, Native American Art Fellow, and Jami Powell, Associate Curator of Native American Art, will guide DGALA through exhibitions that were installed in the galleries prior to closing and that will be on view when the museum eventually reopens. They will highlight a number of works in the collection by queer Indigenous artists and describe the museum’s ongoing work with Dartmouth faculty and students and the surrounding Upper Valley community.

Register for the June 20 Hood Museum virtual exhibition discussion

Featured exhibitions: Shifting the Lens and Form and Relation: Contemporary Native Ceramics

CANCELED: NYC: DGALA Family Event – Central Park Playdate (5/9/20)

This event has been canceled.

DGALA Family Event – Save the Date for Central Park Playdate!
May 9th @ 1pm
[Rain Date- Sunday, May 10th]

Calling all DGALA Parents and Future Parents!  Join us for a casual Central Park Playdate – Playground TBD (please suggest any favorites that you have)!
Feel free to bring a simple snack to share, and DGALA will provide some beverages for both kids and adults.

The more the merrier- all are welcome!

RSVP on our Facebook Event

Our kids will play and we’ll think about more ways that we can come together and ways to support each other as both parents and future parents.

Be on the look out for a brunch party before Maplewood’s Family Pride on June 6th and a group outing to the Montshire Science Museum in Norwich, VT during the DGALA All-Classes reunion (September 25th-27th).

NYC: Lunar New Year Dim Sum (2/8/20)

DGALA (Dartmouth LGBTQIA+ Alumni) and DAPAAA (Dartmouth Asian Pacific American Alumni) are co-hosting this event to celebrate Lunar New Year in NYC! Dartmouth alumni from all affiliated groups will be gathering to eat dim sum. Please bring at least $20 in cash as this is the minimum per person. RSVP through this Facebook invite so we can properly reserve the seats. Looking forward to being all together!

This event is co-sponsored by:
BADA (Dartmouth Black Alumni), NAAAD (Dartmouth Native American Alumni), Women of Dartmouth NY, NJ, and Fairfield County

WHEN: Saturday, February 8, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Nom Wah Nolita, 10 Kenmare St., New York, NY 10012
RSVP: On Facebook

CANCELED: NYC: Day of Service with Citymeals on Wheels

This event has been canceled.

Join DGALA for our Alumni Day of Service project with Citymeals on Wheels!

Volunteers will be delivering meals to our homebound elderly neighbors. Volunteers should wear weather appropriate clothes and comfortable shoes as deliveries are done on foot within walking distance of the meal center. Volunteers will be given a brief orientation, route sheet instructions and meals. Volunteers will deliver in pairs or small groups. Meals are delivered RAIN or SHINE.

Project Information:
Citymeals on Wheels
Stanley Isaacs Senior Center
415 East 93rd Street (bldg offset from the street, entrance thru glass sliding doors)
New York, NY 10128

Learn more about Citymeals on Wheels:
https://www.citymeals.org/

Hanover: SpeakOut Featured in Friends of the Library Event (10/10/19)

Owning It: The Story of SpeakOut and Historical Accountability

The Friends of the Dartmouth College Library cordially invite you to an event focused on two distinct but related projects undertaken by the Library. The first half of the event, from 2:30-3:30 PM, will feature SpeakOut, an oral history project that documents the history of Dartmouth’s LGBTQIA+ community. The second half, from 3:45-4:45 PM, will feature the Historical Accountability Program, which seeks to shine light on issues of diversity and inclusion from Dartmouth’s past.

The event will be held in the East Reading Room of Baker Library from 2:30-4:45 on Thursday, October 10th, and is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.

https://libcal.dartmouth.edu/event/5900358