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  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

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  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

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  • Primary Election Day

    • Tuesday, June 06, 2017 at 08:00 AM

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    Is voting in Primary Elections important?  Here is what some people have to say on the matter:

    Sandy Perry:

    Elections have consequences, and one major consequence of the 2016 election is sweeping changes to federal environmental and climate policy.

    These changes make New Jersey’s 2017 elections all the more critical, according to Bill Kibler, policy director at watershed watchdog Raritan Headwaters.  ...

    Only two states – New Jersey and Virginia – have major elections in 2017, and the world will be watching these off-year elections to gauge the mood of voters.  Read more

    Libby Hilsenrath:

    In small towns such as ours where one political party dominates the landscape, the Primary race is in fact "The Election."

    Absent a contender from the Democrat Party in November, as is the case in both Chatham Township and Chatham Borough, your Primary winners will be the ones who will preside over your Local Government for the years to come. In both the Township and the Borough, there is not enough room for all candidates to appear on the November ballot, hence the need for the Primary Election this Tuesday, June 2.

    This decision process will happen either with you or without you.  Read more

    Bob Jordan:

    Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump looks inevitable in the November presidential election, but that hasn’t stopped the last round of nominating contests in New Jersey and five other states on Tuesday from taking on outsized symbolic importance.

    Clinton is roughly 70 delegates (a number that will be reduced by weekend caucuses Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands) away from clinching the Democratic nomination and political observers expect her to scoop up what she needs from New Jersey when polls close at 8 p.m. California also offers enough delegates to put Clinton over the top but voting there continues for three more hours.  Read more

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  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

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  • Board Meeting

    This is the regular monthly meeting of GAAMC's Board of Trustees, held on the third Thursday of each month.  Members are invited to join us, however, we ask that you contact our President via email at President@GAAMC.org, so they may make accommodations for you.

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  • Mets

    • Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 04:00 PM
    • Citi Field in New York, NY

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    Celebrate Citi Field's second annual Pride Night on Saturday, June 17, 4:00 p.m. Watch the 2015 National League Champions New York Mets take on the Nationals.

    GAAMC will have it made in the shade with even better seating. We have locked in Field Reserve seats, which are covered by an overhang (out of the sun and rain). Our tickets this year put us at field level, and give our guests access to the three "special" clubs nearby for better dining options and air conditioning.  This section also has easier access to and from the parking lots and mass transit.

    Holders of the first 800 LGBT-reserved tickets will have an opportunity to go onto the field before the game and during the National Anthem. Also, the first 15,000 patrons through the gates will get a free Mets bucket hat. CitiField is also in the process of organizing another, even bigger and better Pride in the Plaza pre-game party.

    Tickets cost $59 each, with a portion of each ticket sold through this special offer benefitting the LGBT Network, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and its Safe Schools Initiative to stop bullying in Long Island and Queens.

    Order Tickets Here

  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

    rsvp
  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

    rsvp
  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

    rsvp
  • Weekly Meeting

    Since September 11, 1972, the Gay Activist Alliance in Morris County has met at the Morristown Unitarian Fellowship every Monday, and that tradition continues.  Our standard format is that doors open at 6:30 PM, with our Open Talk and other discussion groups meeting from 7:00 until 8:00-8:15.  We then have an intermission for refreshments, to chat with friends, or whatever floats your boat.  Our main program begins at 8:30 and typically ends between 9:30 and 9:45.  

    We do not charge admission unless we are hosting a specific event that has an associated cost, such as our fundraising dinner "Pastabilities" in April, or our annual performance by the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey.  On these nights there is a fixed admission price of $10 per person.  

    Although we do not charge admission, we are wholly self-funded and we do have to pay for essentials such as rent, insurance, hosting this website, etc.  To cover those costs we ask members to donate $5 at the front door each visit, and we ask that non-members donate $7 per visit.  Of course, no one will be turned away for their inability or refusal to make a donation.  

    As information for this week's program gets confirmed, this event will be updated with more specific details.  

    rsvp