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  • Love Lessons


    Join us for an extended Open Talk on the topic of "Relationships Past & Present:  What have we learned from them?"  Tonight's discussion will be led by veteran facilitator Liz Slicer.  

    Doors open at 6:30 PM, with Open Talk starting at 7:00 PM.  We usually take a brief break around 8:15, then wrap up between 8:45 and 9:00.  Join us, please.  

  • Spring Is Coming


    Join us for Extended Open Talk, led by Alice.  This week we will be discussing the fact that winter is almost over.  Are you excited that spring is near and what will be new in your life this spring?  

    Doors will open at 6:30, and Open Talk will begin at 7:00 and run until approximately 8:00.  Following Open Talk, we will take a 10-15 minute break while we set up equipment for a special presentation.  GAAMC's Treasuer will introduce members to the broad, globally significant topic of Economic Inequality, or as most Americans call it "Income Inequality."  

    Andy will show a variety of short videos on the topic, curated from around the world, then will lead a brief discussion on the topic.  This program will be a primer for a follow-up program planned for early April, in which we will delve more deeply into current data, centered on the United States.  


  • Sexy Music


    For the past several decades, March as been GAAMC’s Sex Month, where we learn all we can about sex.  We’re kicking off the celebration with an opportunity to share the tunes that get your motors revving!  Bring your favorite sexy song on your Bluetooth-enabled phone, or email the title and artist to and we will do what we can to access the song’s video or audio file for you.  Let’s “Pump Up the Volume” to generate some “Sexual Healing,” you “Freeek!”  Or, you can just sit back and “Relax!”  This event is being organized by Sherri and Andy.

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    Come join Gordon Sauer (SAGE Jersey City Affiliate Leader & Presenter, GAAMC President) for a thought-provoking eve of discussion and information. First, we'll discuss what we look forward to and are concerned about as mature adults. Then we'll learn about SAGE--its programs and resources--and how we can plan for the future.

    SAGE is a national LGBT support, information and advocacy organization whose mission is "to ensure that older LGBT adults are treated with the respect they deserve."

    GAAMC is one of the oldest LGBT organizations in the country and has been a source of support, information and advocacy since 1972.