Last year at this time I shared a post featuring different LGBT groups you can join as a way to get out and meet people. I wanted to share the links again to encourage anyone looking to meet people or simply get out of the house.
Boston Gay Men’s Chorus is one of New England’s largest and most successful community-based choruses. Auditions are Sunday, September 11th.
Boston Gay Men’s Books Club is monthly book club on MeetUp featuring literature by and about gay men. This month’s book is Insignificant Others by Stephen McCauley. They will meet on Monday, September 19 at 7PM at Trident Booksellers on Newbury Street in Back Bay.
Dignity Boston is a progressive, inclusive community of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Catholics and their allies. All are invited for liturgy and social every Sunday at 5:00 PM, St. Stephen’s at 419 Shawmut Avenue, Boston.
Fellows by TWC is a group of 30+ singles who meet the third Wednesday of each month for cocktails and conversation (next meeting is Sept. 21 – register to receive updates via email for their monthly socials).
Fenway Health has been working to make life healthier for the LGBT community for more than 40 years; the Fenway and AAC are always looking for volunteers.
Gay Beer Club is a Boston based organization that produces events and gatherings for members of the gay community.
Gay For Good mobilizes the LGBT community to interact with the greater community by volunteering their time with different monthly activities.
Gays for Patsy is a country western dancing club that holds events each month. Beginners are encouraged to join.
Keshet Boston is a grassroots organization working for the full inclusion of LGBT Jews in Jewish life, offering community events for LGBT Jews in Greater Boston.
New England Gay Men Camping is a social outdoor adventure group for gay men. They will be camping at Harold Parker State Forest in Andover, MA Friday, September 16.
Opus Affair is probably best known for their monthly cocktail party hosted at local restaurants to raise money for local arts organizations. Next cocktail party is Monday, September 19th (at a personal favorite spot) SRV in the South End.
The Welcoming Committee is a young, social group who organize activities to broadening the spectrum of gay life here in Boston and beyond.
Apologies if I have overlooked any area gay organizations in the area. Feel free to add information for any such group in the comments section of my blog.