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SAGE, Callen-Lorde host an outdoor party in the Hamptons

True to its intergenerational promise, the SAGE/ Callen-Lorde Tea Dance had something for everyone.
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On a beautiful Summer Saturday in the East End, Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, better known as SAGE, and the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center hosted their annual Hamptons Tea Dance at Nova’s Ark Project and Sculpture Park in Water Mill.

An impressively intergeneration crowd of roughly 1,000 revelers turned out for the event, raising more than $200,000 in critical support for the community’s health needs as well as programs serving the senior population.

For more information on SAGE’s services, visit sageusa.org. Learn about the Callen-Lorde Community Health Center’s services across the city at callen-lorde.org.

Donnie Roberts, development and communications director at Callen-Lorde, and Lynn Faria, chief external affairs officers at SAGE.
Barbara Rosen and her wife Pat Martone.
Danielle Reda, Carine Cachorro, Dawn Rowan, Judith Kasen-Windsor, Staci Assael, and Manhattan Assemblymember Rebecca Seawright.
A beautiful day turned out beautiful people.
Out gay Manhattan State Senator Brad Hoylman (right), with his husband, filmmaker David Sigal.
Stars from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” provided entertainment.
And the crowd ate the entertainment up!
Louis Bradbury is flanked by Steve Saide and his husband Steve Brown.
Tamar Podell and her wife Cynthia Dames.
Even in a big crowd, there’s always room for a little secret.
At any good Tea Dance, there’ s that point at which it’s time to let loose and lose the inhibitions.
Updated 3:14 pm, July 19, 2019
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