Our Night Out at Top of the Tower and The Upcoming Glamsino Conflict

Aaah so far behind today, and on this posting of Our Night Out which happened a couple weeks back at Top of the Tower. I don’t even have time to put the names in today, I don’t know where my time is going but I’ll get it together soon.

 OurNightOut is a fun and casual social networking party where LGBT
professionals, friends and colleagues get together and socialize, and most possibly meet Mr/Ms Right now or forever. Guests usually come directly from work so most often the dress is business, but it’s not mandatory. Our Night Out was recently held at one of my fav event places, Top of the Tower. They have a killer brunch on the weekends, with amazing views of the City.

 Our Night Out is a fundraiser, and an awareness event for the Delaware Legacy Fund

 What’s that about: Each year, funds will be distributed to
organizations that advance the interests of the LGBTI community in legal
and civil rights, arts and culture, education and the humanities, and
health and social services.  Funding is directed to organizations
serving the communities of Philadelphia and Southeastern PA,
South/Central New Jersey and Delaware.  We Welcome applications from
established groups as well as small grass-roots organizations. (DVLF)

 The next Our Night Out is scheduled for 2/18/16 which is crazy cause
that’s the same night as Glamsino at the Palomar, which benefits Action
Aids. Doesn’t anyone do conflict scheduling research. Anyway I’ll be
shooting Glamsino, so I’ll see you there.

DVLF has two major fundraisers a year, TOY, which is held in December and Heroes, in April. Heroes is coming up 
started 8 years ago to honor individuals whose work and leadership
advance the rights of the LGBT community.  Through the nomination
process we seek to identify youth, adults, non-profits, straight-allies
& businesses who have bold ideas, act with selfless intention, are
admired for their integrity, and are regarded as courageous in advancing
the equality of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, & transgender community
in the Delaware Valley and beyond.  DVLF honors these Heroes annually
in celebration of their character & in encouragement of others to
act heroically.