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Changing Lives, Making History:
40 Years of LGBTQ Life in NYC with Andy Cohen and Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen
Changing Lives, Making History: Congregation Beit Simchat Torah illuminates forty revolutionary years in the life of New York City. Join author Rabbi Ayelet S. Cohen and Bravo's Andy Cohen to look inside this beautiful new book at the moving, inspiring, and hilarious stories behind CBST's impact on the gay liberation movement, the evolution of progressive Jewish religious institutions, and the transformation of the lives of LGBTQ people locally, nationally, and abroad. Book signing and reception to follow. (more)REGISTER
arts + ideas > jcc conversations > special events
Tue, Oct 7
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7pm once
LGBTQ Community Sukkot Party
Party hard in our amazing, huge rooftop sukkah against the beautiful NYC skyline. Our sukkah is a lovely, community-made temporary cabin covered in leaves and greenery. It's big enough to invite the whole LGBTQ crew over for a crazy night of fabulous fun. Join us for our annual sukkot-a-bration! No rules, no holding back, just an amazing soirée under the stars. To register visit www.jqyouth.org (more)LEARN MORE
adults > lgbtq > special events
Sun, Oct 12
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6pm once
10th Annual Men Having Babies Surrogacy Seminar and Gay Parenting Expo
Following the successful format of previous conferences, the upcoming seminar and expo will bring experts, parents, and surrogates together with representatives of leading clinics and surrogacy agencies from around the U.S. and beyond. While the event is directed at gay prospective parents, the presentations and resources it offers will benefit anyone interested in becoming a parent through surrogacy. For more information, visit menhavingbabies.com Co-presented by Men Having Babies and The JCC in Manhattan. (more)REGISTER
adults > lgbtq > special events
Sun, Nov 2
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9am once
5:30am
10:30pm
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