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This is the Official Meetup of AGLA, a strong beacon for EQUALITY. We are an inclusive nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit open to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) people and straight allies. We provide social activities, nonpartisan political awareness, and work with civic groups on community service. More information is at http://www.agla.org/ (http://agla.org/)

Join this Meetup for free to stay informed of goings on. This Meetup is a bulletin board for AGLA activities. For more substantive interaction, join AGLA and support EQUALITY. Through your annual paid membership, you can play a vital role as part of the exciting atmosphere we are creating. Regardless of where you reside, AGLA serves as a stellar model for grassroots community spirit and activism. More... http://agla.org/support-agla/

Upcoming events (4)

Book club Disscussion “ The Magician" by C. Toibin, 512 pages

Frederico's Ristorante Italiano

AGLA’s new Book Club meets @ Frederico’s at 7:30 p.m.. Simply ask the manager for the AGLA Book Club table.

Discussion of “The Magician" by C. Toibin, 512 pages

https://www.amazon.com/Magician-Novel-Colm-Toibin/dp/1476785082

Everyone welcome. Please RSVP in advance by emailing [masked] .

If you wish to optionally dine (on separate checks of course), the menu is at https://www.federicoristoranteitaliano.com/menu/dinner
AGLA is a strong beacon for equality. It is a nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit open to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) people and straight allies. It provides fun social activities, builds relationships with elected officials, and works with civic groups on community service. For more information, contact Stephen at [masked]

LGBTQ+ Community Conversation

Online event

***To tune in, simply RSVP on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lgbtq-community-conversation-tickets-248440230417 and the link will be sent to you next week in the reminder email.***

The purpose of this virtual conversation is to bring our LGBTQ+ community together for much needed human social interaction during the Omicron wave. It's intended to lift everyone's spirits.

The format is a round of brief introductions followed by round table discussion. In addition to briefly introducing yourself, you may wish to share how you are thriving during this extended pandemic.

In addition, this will be a chance to share your ideas on fun activities, event venues, and community partnerships that you think Go Gay DC should pursue.

You're welcome regardless of where you live. This virtual social event is officially hosted by Go Gay DC - Metro DC's LGBTQ+ Community Hub. Founder TJ Flavell (http://www.tjflavell.com) is the host.

Go Gay DC is Washington, DC's LGBTQ+ community hub focused on friendship, leadership, and service. Visit https://www.meetup.com/GoGayDC.

Go Gay DC was established on the Meetup platform in 2008 to amplify the good work of local and national LGBTQ+ nonprofits and charities. The Go Gay DC Meetup and social media combined reach over 10K and together serve as a robust communications channel for community outreach and events.

This event is a safe, inclusive space for everyone under the rainbow.

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AGLA's Public Board Meeting

Online event

Are you interested in being active in the local community? Sit in on the next AGLA Board meeting and meet the leadership team. We will meet on the patio and enjoy the dinner special. This is a great way to learn more about the organization and to be part of this grassroots organization. You can be an AGLA member regardless of where you reside.

AGLA is a strong beacon for equality. It is an inclusive nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit open to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) people and straight allies. It provides fun social activities, builds relationships with elected officials, and works with civic groups on community service. For more information, visit http://agla.org/volunteer/

In addition, as ongoing community service, if you can, please bring along travel-sized unused soaps, shampoos, lotions, etc. for A-SPAN (http://www.a-span.org), which provides life-sustaining services for street people. Or clean out your cupboard of unused nonperishable food items for Arlington Food Assistance Center (http://www.afac.org/) . This event will serve as a convenient collection point.

Book club Disscussion “Less than Zero" by Ellis, B. E. 208 pages

Frederico's Ristorante Italiano

AGLA’s new Book Club meets @ Frederico’s at 7:30 p.m.. Simply ask the manager for the AGLA Book Club table.

Discussion of “Less than Zero" by Ellis, B. E. 208 pages

https://www.amazon.com/Less-Than-Zero-Easton-Ellis/dp/0679781498

Everyone welcome. Please RSVP in advance by emailing [masked] .

If you wish to optionally dine (on separate checks of course), the menu is at https://www.federicoristoranteitaliano.com/menu/dinner
AGLA is a strong beacon for equality. It is a nonpartisan 501(c)(3) nonprofit open to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) people and straight allies. It provides fun social activities, builds relationships with elected officials, and works with civic groups on community service. For more information, contact Stephen at [masked]

Past events (574)

LGBTQ+ Community Brunch

Freddie's Beach Bar & Restaurant

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