Pride After Party at The Birch Collective
June 2nd from 9:00pm-1:00am
91 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, New York, 10601
The first 20 people who show up get a FREE drink!
The Birch Collective is working on a signature PRIDE Cocktail.
About The Birch Collective: Located at 91 Mamaroneck Avenue in the heart of White Plains, The Birch Collective has quickly become a mainstay for the LGBTQ community as a warm & welcoming establishment, even in its first 8 months of operating. Matthew Gagnon Guastaferri, The Birch Collective's owner, is proudly married to his husband of 5 years; they were among the first gay couple’s in NY State to establish their union once the overturn of DOMA happened back in June of 2013 when Matthew was able to sponsor his Canadian partner for his permanent resident status. Creating a space where every individual felt welcome and at peace to be themselves was paramount to Guastaferri when conceptualizing The Birch Collective.
The Birch is honored to host the LOFT Pride After Party of Westchester, 9PM–1AM, on Saturday, June 2nd!
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Yonkers is New York's fourth largest city with a population of over 200,000 and just a few short miles from New York City. Mayor Mike Spano's LGBTQ Advisory Board in conjunction with the Downtown Yonkers Business Improvement District has organized a grassroots effort to host the city's first ever Pride event to be held Friday, June 8th through Saturday, June 9th, 2018.
Yonkers Pride is one of a handful of LGBTQ events in Westchester County that promises to attract a very diverse audience, comprising people aged 5 to 95, men, women, and children; singles, couples, families; gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transgendered, as well as their straight allies. Yonkers residents as well as residents and visitors to New York City will join us for this inaugural event.
Our mission is to produce an inclusive, secure, and fun event to promote freedom of expression, motivate activists in the on-going fight for equal rights, and to honor and celebrate the diversity of the Yonkers LGBTQ+ community, their families, and allies.
Camp Lightbulb is a non-profit organization, founded in 2011, which organizes camps for LGBTQ youth ages 14 to 18. For more details, visit www.camplightbulb.org. Contact Mckenna Palmer at email@example.com if you have any questions.