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QWOC+ Boston is a group that promotes diversity by creating and sustaining safe spaces for LGBT people of color in the Greater Boston area.
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Join QWOC+ Boston at Fenway Women’s Dinner Party

Posted By QWOC+ Boston on February 25th, 2011
The Fenway Women’s Dinner Party (Saturday May 7th) is the biggest party of the year and you’re invited to join us for another purple take over! This year, we have TWO (2) tables to fill (20-24 people!), including one especially for young adults/college youth of color! (Email adaora@qwocboston.org if you would like to donate to our subsidy fund for this table).
Purchase Tickets from Fenway Site
It’s really simple. Click HERE to navigate to the Fenway website. Select “Buy your tickets now”, then select from the drop down either “Power Lesbian” or “QWOC+Boston”, and purchase your tickets. If you do so before March 4th, you can get them for $150. Steep, we know, but Fenway has done SO much for the both of us personally, that we don’t hesitate to give back every year. We would really love to have you with us!
Sign Up for the 4-Month Payment Plan
NOTE: Fenway offers a four month installment plan! This should be great news to the budget-conscious! Follow the same process as outlined above, and choose the “4-monthly payments option” just below the drop down. The site will calculate your monthly payment (just $37.50 charged to your card per month if set up in February!).
About the Women’s Dinner Party
The Women’s Dinner Party is an elegant attire fundraiser for Fenway Health that will bring together more than 1,200 lesbian, transgender and bisexual women and their friends and supporters for a night of dinner and dancing.
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, Massachusetts 02116
United States
6pm-1am
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