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

NYC: A Summer Night’s Dream LBT Women’s Dance Party (8/15/19)

Yale GALA, Inc. and QGirls proudly present …

WHEN: Thursday, August 15, 2019 7 PM – Midnight
WHERE: QGirls at Elmo’s, 156 7th Ave, between 19th & 20th St, NYC. Dance is downstairs
COST: $10 donation advance, $20 at the door. https://dance-project-lpac.eventbrite.com
A limited # of $10 entries are available, so get yours early. $10 sales close Wed 8/14 at 5 PM sharp (or earlier if sold out)
Cash bar, cash or credit food from restaurant.
RSVP: Buy $10 advance entries (by 8/14 5 PM) or optional RSVP for $20+ donation walk-in door entries https://dance-project-lpac.eventbrite.com

Join us Thursday night for a fun LBT women’s dance party and mixer to benefit Project LPAC (a women’s charity).
Catch up with old friends and meet new ones. Featuring DJ Deb Killmon.

Why Project LPAC?

Project LPAC is a charitable organization that seeks to understand and increase LGBTQ women’s political participation. It was launched in early-2019 and is conducting first-of-its kind, much-needed research into the issues that drive LGBTQ women to vote, volunteer, and donate. So it is about empowering women.

Project LPAC is a fiscally sponsored project of the Social Good Fund, a 501(c)(3) organization.

Contributions may be tax deductible. Event FMV is $10.

Proudly organized by Yale GALA, Inc, QGirls and Project LPAC.
Proudly co-hosted by PennGala, Columbia Pride, DGALA (Dartmouth), Brown TBGALA, NYU LGBT Alumni Network and The Manhattan Lesbian Party List. Proudly announced by Stanford Pride, HGSC (Harvard) and CUGALA (Cornell). (List in formation)

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/397896987741608/

More info: http://tiny.cc/QGirlsNextEvent

And at: http://www.yalegala.org/NYCAugust2019LBTWomensEvent

SF/Bay Area Pride Happy Hour (6/25/19)

Join DGALA & your local co-hosts, Nicole Clausing ’92, John Brett ’00, Taylor Holt ’09, Shawn Hawk ’13, & Hugh Mac Neill ’20, for a special Pride Happy Hour at Mission Bowling Club in SF’s Mission District on Pride Tuesday, June 25th. Invite your queer Dartmouth friends! In addition to providing appetizers, we’ll have two lanes rented from 5-7pm for 5 frame games. Come out & join the fun & festivities across the many queer classes that have made Dartmouth more fabulous.

WHEN: Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 5-7pm
WHERE: Mission Bowling Club, 3176 17th St, San Francisco, California 94110
RSVP: RSVP on Facebook

Boston: Pride LGBTQ Multi-School Mixer (6/5/19)

In celebration of Pride Month, Tufts Pride on the Hill in coordination with Boston University invites LGBTQA alums together for Boston School Pride Alumni Happy Hour. Wear your favorite school swag and meet fellow LGBTQA alums from the different colleges and universities. Appetizers will be provided, and a cash bar will be available. If the weather is nice, we will be out on the patio celebrating Boston Pride Together!

In the spirit of supporting our Boston LGBTQA community during Pride Month, we invite Tufts alums to donate to AIDS Walk & Run Boston, which directly supports the work of AIDS Action Committee (headed by Tufts Alum, Carl Sciortino!)

To make your donation, visit: http://info.aidswalkboston.org/donate/

WHEN: Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 5:30pm – 7:30pm
WHERE: Cathedral Station, 1222 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02118 (note parking available in the back)
RSVP: Please register by clicking here!

NYC: LGBT Pool Party (8/7/19)

Princeton BTGALA Presents…
An LGBT Pool Party in Manhattan!
Co-hosted by Columbia Pride, Stanford Pride, GALA Notre Dame/SMC, Harvard GSC

WHEN: Wednesday, August 7, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
WHERE: Grace Room-Mate Hotel, 125 W 45th St, New York, NY 10036
COST: No cover, $4 clothes check, towels available for $5
$10 well drinks for our event!
Bring a bathing suit
RSVP: http://btgala.tigernet.princeton.edu/EventRSVP
Please fill out our RSVP Form to help the hotel plan for staffing

Join us as we return to the beautiful Grace Room-Mate Hotel for a pool party in midtown Manhattan! We have had excellent events here in years past and are delighted to be returning for cocktails by the pool! All are welcome, but we anticipate that this will be primarily a men’s event.

Clothes check is $4. I recommend bringing a towel and checking it with your clothing so it’s dry when you need it to be, though the hotel is providing towel service for $5. We’ll have cocktails at the bar as well as access to their heated pool and spa facilities. Cash is recommended – the clothes check is cash only and there is a $30 minimum on credit card purchases at the bar. A ziplock bag is recommended to carry your cash, so you can feel free to get wet!

Thanks to Shawn Cowls for organizing and to our co-hosts
Dan Welden, NYU
Jim Farah, Stanford Pride
Michael Sin, Columbia Pride
John Flanagan, GALA Notre Dame/SMC
Michael Sonberg, Harvard GSC

http://btgala.tigernet.princeton.edu/190807NYC
https://www.facebook.com/events/1018025511729074/