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  • Boy Meets Girl

    Boy Meets Girl is a funny, tender, sex-positive romantic comedy that explores what it means to be a real man or woman, and how important it is to live a courageous life not letting fear stand in the way of going after your dreams.

    The film will begin at 7:00 PM, our Community Trustees, Alice and Wendy will lead a discussion of the film's themes after the screening.  

  • Family Movie Night at NYC Pride

    GAAMC is proud to announce that we will be providing the staff for this spectacular family experience.  If you are available to help, on Tuesday, June 19th, from 12:00 noon until 8:00 PM, please send an email to

    If you are a parent or parents of young children, then we invite you to come along to share this NYC Pride event! 

    A celebration of families for all families.

    Family Movie Night will feel like a fairytale this year during our enchanting screening of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast! Enjoy a tale as old as time, appropriate for all ages, while lounging under the stars on Hudson River Park’s Pier 45.

    Hosted by Miss Richfield 1981!

    We’re thrilled to produce one of the only free events for children and LGBTQIA families during Pride Week. For our mystical supporters, we also offer reserved seating. Without the support of our generous donors we wouldn’t be able to produce these amazing free events.

    The space will open its doors at 6:30 p.m. and the movie will screen at dusk. We hope you and your family will come Be Our Guests for this special evening!

    This year, we are collaborating with Camp Highlight. They will be hosting kid-friendly, outdoor games prior to the start of the movie.

    General Admission is FREE and available for all! No tickets required.

  • LGBT History Quiz Night

    We are planning to have a great time to close out Pride Month at GAAMC.  Doors will open at 6:30 pm.  From 7:00 - 8:00, Sherr will lead our Open Talk discussion.  There is a good chance someone may bring up "Pride" as our topic.  

    After a short intermission, Liz Slicer will host an LGBT History Quiz.  We have plenty to be proud of, and we bet there is even more than you know (or remember.)  Come out to GAAMC for fun, facts, and fellowship!  

  • ice cream 2018

    After Gordon leads Open Talk from 7:00 - 8:00, we will all scream for ice cream in the Terrace Room...or maybe outside on the terrace.  Let's all dive into our favorite frozen confection as we set out a buffet of 5-6 ice cream flavors, sherbert, lactose-free, and perhaps even some "no sugar" added varieties.  Of course, we'll have all the toppings you can imagine to make your sundae truly bespoke!  

  • LGBT Immigration Rights

    Our doors will open at 6:30, as they do each week.  Wouldn't it be nice we could open our nation's arms to welcome new LGBT citizens as easily?

    At 7:00 PM, Alice will lead an Open Talk discussion.  The topic has not yet been selected, but Alice likes discussing upbeat and positive fare.  Open Talk will begin promptly at 7:00 and end promptly at 8:00, followed by a brief intermission.  

    At 8:15 PM:  LGBTQ rights are immigrant rights.  Immigrant rights are LGBTQ rights.

    Theresa Markila is a member of, and an activist and organizer for, both of these communities, and will clear up some myths and misunderstandings and talk about why we must work to lift all oppressed groups together. Learn about immigration laws, hear real stories of people who have had to navigate the system in different ways, and understand why fixing the broken immigration policies and ending the divisiveness will benefit all of us.

    Learn more about LGBT immigration from this 2013 infographic published by Williams Institute.

  • Pride Night with the NY Mets


    Help Strikeout Bullying!
    Celebrate Citi Field's Pride Night on Saturday, August 4. Enjoy festive pre-game programming on Mets Plaza before heading inside to watch the New York Mets take on the Atlanta Braves at 7:10 p.m. A portion of each ticket sold through this special offer will benefit the LGBT Network, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and its Safe Schools Initiative to stop bullying in Long Island and Queens. 

    GAAMC had 14 people showing their team spirit last year, and several contributed to the on-field pride rainbow during The National Anthem.  

    This year, we will return to "Field Reserve" seating, again under an overhang, out of the weather, near air conditioning and three clubhouses nearby.  Tickets cost $65 each and may be ordered in our Online Store.  

    For the best transportation experience, Andy Skurna, our lead organizer for this event, suggests taking a NJ Transit train to Penn Station, then walking through Penn Station to get onto the LIRR to Willets Point.  It takes about 20 minutes and makes only one stop.  If you are not in the mood to climb the many stairs, then it is suggested that you take the NY Subway's #7 train.  It is handicapped accessible and will leave you off closer to the field.