Jo Ann Ellison
Join us on March 9 for LGBT History. Come join an exploration of some key episodes in the formation of gay identities in American history, from the first private clubs of “bachelor” men in the cities of the late 1700s to the “Boston marriages” of 19th century women to the modern gay rights era. Along the way, we’ll consider the category of gay history itself, and place the American experience against a wider sweep of historical development. Talk and conversation led by Nell Brownell, Ph.D., American history, Brown University.
Note location: Sonoran Room at the Mountainview Clubhouse at 5:30 p.m. Drinks can be obtained in the Clubhouse Bar, but no food.
GLAAS is a club open to all SaddleBrooke residents, which offers support and visibility to LGBT people and their allies. Throughout the year, GLAAS sponsors educational forums as well as social events related to its mission of fostering tolerance and support. We are proud to say our membership is in excess of 100 SaddleBrooke residents!
Mission of GLAAS: To use the power of community and camaraderie to celebrate the lives of lesbian, gay and straight people and their relationships.
Sunday, March 18 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. special event: Join GLAAS for an afternoon Wine and Appetizers Party at this wonderful new gallery right outside of SaddleBrooke Absolutely Art, 16701 North Oracle Road, Suite 145, Catalina Palms Plaza.
Artists will be present to discuss and answer questions about their work.
Check the GLAAS website for further information on upcoming events GLAASCLUB.COM or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.