Yale GALA, FFR/Princeton BTGALA, DGALA (Dartmouth), CUGALA (Cornell), PennGALA, The Manhattan Lesbian Party List (MLPL) and Lambda Legal proudly present …
LBT WOMEN’S MIXER Libations and Litigations VI (for Lambda Legal)
An Annual Women’s Event
When: Wednesday, September 10, 6-8:30 pm. (Last call 8 pm)
Where: The beautiful Atrium Space at 1 Madison Avenue at 23rd Street, NYC, in the Credit Suisse building.
Cost: $40 (donation to Lambda Legal), includes open bar and food, $20 donation rate for law students (any school).
Celebrate women and LGBTQ Equality with Lambda Legal as you catch up with old friends and meet new ones, in the beautiful Atrium space. We expect 100+ women to attend. 6:45 pm – brief remarks by Suzanne Sommer (Yale ’83, Yale Law ’86), Director of Constitutional Litigation and Senior Counsel, Lambda Legal.
(The event is generously donated by Credit Suisse, such that 100% of the entrance money benefits the charity Lambda Legal. 0% overhead events are rare).
RSVP: Pre-registration is strongly recommended, due to limited space and building security: http://goo.gl/sN7c8o
Pre-registration strongly recommended
(for building security and limited space
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 <email@example.com>
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.