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GLBT groups in South Florida

Here's a sampling of GLBT groups in South FLorida:


Boca Raton Gay Professionals

This social and business networking group has 125 members and gets together every other Thursday at 6 p.m. for drinks, food and the chance to meet new people. They alternate between Saba Sushi on Federal Highway and Chow Boca Raton on Via De Palmas Blvd.

“I think our community should stick together and what a better way than in a relaxed atmosphere. Who knows maybe you can meet a new friend on the same level,” said Boca Raton Gay Professionals Meetup member Ted Juracsik.

Wilton Manors/Fort Lauderdale Universalists

This group meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of every month at 7 p.m. at Fusion, 2304 NE 7th Ave in Wilton Manors. The group comprises of people who are interested in discussing, honoring and mediating to great spiritual teachings. Each meeting has a different theme that the group focuses on and sometimes speakers are brought in to emphasize the beliefs.

Boat Grrl Excursions Lesbian Boating Club

Captain Alice likes to take these sisters on a cruise down the intracoastal waterways once a month. The boat leaves at 11:30 a.m. and is usually back by 4:30 p.m. Cost is $20 and she asks you to bring your own food and drinks.

Palmaire Gay Social Club

This group is open to both men and women who live in the area around the Palmaire Country Club in Pompano Beach. There activities vary every month and include: cards, scrabble, hiking, cooking, movies and biking. For more information, contact Jack Hoppen at or 954-557-1147.




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