An Evening at Waterfire – Providence, RI

Co-Hosted by DGALA

WHEN: Saturday, October 9, 2010, 4:00 PM
4:00 PM – Meet at Sakura (see below)
5:30 PM – Walk to Waterfire

WHERE: Sakura Restaurant, 231 Wickenden Street, Providence, RI

COST: $5 donation to Waterfire suggested; cash food and beverages at Sakura

RSVP: Requested here, but not required.

Waterfire is an amazing public art installation in Providence along the river. Dozens of braziers are alight on the water, and they are tended by volunteers traveling up and down the river in boats. The most beautiful music is being played over the water, and it’s a delight to all the senses. We are meeting at a sushi restaurant about half a mile away, to make parking easier for everyone. Meet at 4:00 if you want to eat and drink with us, or 5:30 if you only want to meet up to walk around Waterfire. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Mount Holyoke Lyon’s Pride and Dartmouth GALA are hosting and we inviteall our Ivy League, Seven Sisters, MIT, NYU, Stanford, Tufts, and Amherst LGBT friends. Alumni, faculty, staff, and students are welcome. Thanks to our hosts, Donna Albino and Krysia Villon of Mount Holyoke Lyon’s Pride and Susi Kandel of DGALA.

Questions: Email Donna at dalbino83@yahoo.com

Mixed Cocktails at Audrey!

Co-Hosted by DGALA

WHEN: Thursday, September 23, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

WHERE: The Audrey Lounge & Cafe at The St. Giles – the Tuscany, 120 East 39th Street, between Park Avenue and Lexington

COST: No Cover, Cash Bar and Appetizers – drink special to be announced

RSVP: Requested here, but not required.

We’re bringing our cocktail series back to Audrey where we had packed events last year. Our cocktail series brings together LGBT men and women of all ages and domiciles for a chance to mingle before the commute home. Please note that this venue’s capacity is limited to 80 people, so come on the earlier side to be sure to get in. When we reach capacity, people will be let in as others leave. We will have a small amount of overflow space available just outside of the lounge.

The Audrey Lounge & Cafe is a beautiful and intimate space in a quiet corner of Murray Hill that is still just a few short blocks from Grand Central, located in the St. Giles Tuscany Hotel.

We welcome Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Stanford, NYU, Duke, UVA, Georgetown and Northwestern friends. Alumni, faculty, staff, and students that are over 21 are welcome.

Thanks to our cohosts
– Shawn Cowls of FFR/Princeton BTGALA
– Susi Kandel of DGALA
– Natasha of Yale GALA
– Margaret Fairchild Morton of Columbia Pride
– Roberta Katz of Penn GALA
– Heidi Russell of Cornell University GALA
– April James of Harvard GLC
– Seneca Mudd of Brown GALA

Libations & Litigations II: Celebrating Women at a Mixer with Lambda Legal

Co-Hosted by DGALA

WHEN: Thursday, Sept 16, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM 

WHERE: Credit Suisse, 11 Madison Avenue (@ 24th Street), NYC, Lower Level, Reception Area 

COST: $20 minimum suggested donation, includes open bar & hors d’oeuvres (All $ benefits Lambda Legal; event is generously underwritten by Credit Suisse and your donation is tax-deductible) 

RSVP: Required (for Credit Suisse security) by Friday, Sept 10th. Click here or contact Anna Wipfler (AWipfler@LambdaLegal.org, 212-809-8585, ext 286). DIDN’T RSVP? NO PROBLEM — Guest passes will be available in the lobby – just bring photo ID. Also, email AWipfler@LambdaLegal.org for a name tag.

Please come to a fun LBT women’s mixer: catch up with old friends & meet new ones, near Madison Square Park.
We invite women from the Ivy League, Seven Sisters, Oxford, Cambridge, Stanford, MIT, Duke, NYU, Georgetown, Northwestern, Williams, Amherst and their friends to join us. 
Enjoy an open bar and hors d’oeuvres while supporting Lambda’s critical work and learning more about key court cases and what they mean for us. There will be wonderful speakers from Lambda Legal and a good microphone. 

Organized by Lambda Legal and proudly announced by Yale GALA, FFR/Princeton BTGALA, DGALA & Penn GALA. (List in formation) 

Lambda Legal is an educational and legal organization and a 501(c)3 non-profit. (Iowa marriage; NY marriage court case attempt, etc.): www.lambdalegal.org 

For more information, visit www.lambdalegal.org/doubleL10.

Join the DGALA Board of Directors

DGALA is currently seeking nominations and applications for new members for our Board of Directors! This is an exciting opportunity to stay connected to life at Dartmouth and to be deeply involved in all of DGALA’s activities, including:

  • Planning and vision-setting for the organization 
  • Providing leadership for and participation in Board committee
  • Working with the administration at Dartmouth on policies that affect LGBTQA alumni/ae and students
  • Social and professional events around the country and in Hanover
  • Collaborating with other Dartmouth Affiliated Groups and other Ivy peer LGBTQA alumni/ae organizations
  • Mentorship for young alums and current students
  • Sponsorship of important on-campus events such as annual PRIDE programming, all-class and mini-reunions

 If you are interested in joining, or have any questions about the Board of Directors position, please contact David Hankins at David.Hankins@alum.dartmouth.org. Nominations of potential candidates are also welcome!

To apply, please submit a resume and brief cover letter outlining your interest in serving on the DGALA Board on or before September 15, 2010. Cover letters and resumes may be submitted to David.Hankins@alum.dartmouth.org.

Dartmouth Night Out in NYC

WHEN: Tuesday, August 31, 2010, 7:00 p.m.

WHEREHighbar, 49th St and 8th Ave. in NYC

COST: No cover. Cash bar.

Summer is slipping by and it has been a while since we’ve all gotten together! Now that everyone is back from their summer vacations (or staycations!), we’d like to get everyone together for drinks at a (hopefully) very convenient spot. It isn’t necessarily gay or lesbian, but New York is- and we can make this place gayer by showing up.

You can get there by CE, 1, or any other train really…because it’s practically next to Times Square. And even though Times Square isn’t that awesome sometimes, it is always fun to look out on lost tourists from a rooftop while enjoying a cold drink.  Bring your friends/significant others/parents/siblings.