Join DGALA June 13-14 in Hanover for our Annual Mini-Reunion
All classes are invited and all events are FREE!
The tentative schedule for the weekend includes:
Friday June 13th
10:00PM – Midnight
DGALA Cocktails (Open Bar!)
Saturday June 14th
9:00AM – 10:00AM
DGALA Annual Reunion Breakfast with President Phil Hanlon ’77
11:00 AM – Noon
Special DGALA-Only Hood Museum Tour
2:00PM – 3:00PM
DGALA-Only Tour of Triangle House
6:00PM – 8:00PM
Informal Dinner with Students
DGALA dorm housing available for a limited time only! For information e-mail email@example.com.
4th Annual LGBT Women’s Pride in the Pines Dance Party
(Over 400 LBT Women Expected)
When: Saturday, June 21, 2014. 2:30 – 6 pm
Where: Whyte Hall, Fire Island Pines
More info visit: https://www.hmi.org/womens-pride
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/521866887891551
Host Committee Includes: DGALA, FFR/Princeton BTGALA, Yale GALA
For additional information about the event please contact DGALA Director Melanie Pastuck ’11 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dance Cost: $75 (before 5/1), then $90 (5/1 to 6/20) and $125 at the door (if available). Tickets mostly tax-deductible.
RSVP: Advance tickets are available at HMI.org https://www.hmi.org/womens-pride
Join us on Saturday, June 21 in Fire Island for the 4th 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 DJ/Producer Charo Velecio. Dress code: Classic White. Pride in the Pines benefits an LGBT charity each year (rotates): in 2014 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 2013 over 75% of event proceeds benefited the designated charity.
To get to Whyte Hall from NYC: via Sayville Ferry (http://www.sayvilleferry.com – $16 round-trip) or take the 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.
View the Triangle House Webcast & Discussion
Learn more about Dartmouth’s new living and learning residence for LGBTQA students.
Dr. Reese Kelly, Assistant Dean and LGBTQ Advisor
T Kienemund ’15
Caroline Kerr ’05, DGALA President
Sylvia Racca, Executive Director of the Dartmouth College Fund
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