WAGLY is a youth-led, adult-supported program for all LGBTQ high school youth. Programs provide the social and emotional support these youth seek in a fun, safe, atmosphere. A clinician from Wayside Youth & Family Support Network is present on-site at WAGLY meetings.
Every Monday (except holidays)
Parish Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Society
309 Washington Street
Wellesley Hills, MA
The commuter rail station is only a block away. Check MBTA schedule for times.
We put signs on the doors so you know where to go.
WAGLY News and Upcoming Events
Monday, July 11 6:45-8:30 p.m. 309 Washington Street, Wellesley This meeting will feature a creative writing workshop led by Brie. We’ll discover the beauty around us by writing love letters between everyday objects. P.S. Bring friends—new participants welcome!
Monday, June 20 6:45-8:30pm 309 Washington St. in Wellesley Black and Pink WAGLY welcomes Jason Lydon from Black and Pink, an organization that addresses issues of the school-to-prison pipeline, acknowledges LGBTQ people ‘behind the walls,’ and responds with strategies that support resilience and aim for a better world. HIV testing will also be available for those who would like …
Monday, June 13 6:45-8:30pm 309 Washington St. in Wellesley Identity Exploration At Monday’s meeting, Brie will lead us through a workshop on identity. We’ll spend time doing activities and thinking about how we understand and define ourselves in the world. Hope to see you there! (P.S. New participants always welcome.)