(NYC) Seven Sisters LGBTQ Pride Happy Hour and Dyke March Group

  • 24 Jun 2017
  • 1:00 PM
  • New York, NY


Join 7S alumni for an afternoon happy hour meetup before marching down 5th Avenue together! Expect cold drinks, tasty bites, chats with new friends, pre-march pump up tunes & the PROUDEST company you could ask for -- "a bunch of dykes that came from Seven Sisters schools"!

Organize with us as we demonstrate our 1st Amendment right to protest and fight in the name of equality at the 25th Annual Dyke March.

NYC Pride Weekend *** SATURDAY June 24TH***


1PM - 4:30PM Happy Hour Social


Point Break NYC [Second Floor]

12 West 45th Street (btwn 5th/6th Aves)


4:15 Last Call


••• $5 margs & mixed drinks•••

••• $3 beers & more specials tba•••

4:45 March Line-Up


Bryant Park

•••TAKE THE STREETS•••MAKE NOISE•••BE VISIBLE•••BE HEARD••• Bring signs, banners, drums, noise-makers, giant puppets, hula hoops, or just your wonderful Dyke self!

5PM - 6:30 PM 25th Annual NYC Dyke March


Start: 42nd St. & 5th Ave.

End: Washington Square Park


10PM - 4AM After Party


•••Hot Rabbit: NYC's #1 LGBTQ+ Dance Party•••


Lot 45 | Bushwick, BK | $10 at the door with voucher


We welcome all self-identifying lesbians - dykes – queers - bi-women - boychicks - tomboys - grrrls - femmes - butches - trans women - androgs - poc queers - trans men - gay girls - bois - womanists -sorority girls with pearls who are sleeping together - dykes on bikes - rural dykes - goddesses - genderqueers - poly girls - amazons - hippy chicks - lipstick lesbians - lesbian avengers - wise old lesbians - leather dykes – babydykes ... and you!


This is a free event is open to all Seven Sisters College Alumni and friends 21+, all ages are welcome to join the March.

This event has no affiliation with any club, association or institution related to the Seven Sisters college collective.

Parking: https://iconparkingsystems.com/facility/1114

About the Organizer:

This event is organized by Sarose Klein ['15, MHC] as an effort to bring together alumni, friends, strangers and unicorns who feel magically empowered in the company of "a bunch of dykes from Seven Sisters schools" to fight the injustices so many members of our community continue to face. But before we do that, let's celebrate what it means to be a part of the 7 Sisters and LGBTQ+ community! Want to be involved? Accessibility questions? Please email saroseklein@gmail.com for info.

About The New York City Dyke March:

"The New York City Dyke March is a protest march, not a parade. The March is a demonstration of our First Amendment right to protest and takes place without permits or sponsors. We recognize that we must organize among ourselves to fight for our rights, safety, and visibility. Thousands of Dykes take the streets each year in celebration of our beautiful and diverse Dyke lives, to highlight the presence of Dykes within our community, and in protest of the discrimination, harassment, and violence we face in schools, on the job, and in our communities. All self-identified Dykes are welcome to march regardless of group or political affiliation." More info here:


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