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Private Events During General Assembly

Lena K Gardnerin purple and Kenny Wiley in green are smiling up at the camera while riding up an escalator.

Lena K Gardner and Kenny Wiley of Black Lives of UU at the 2016 General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio.

Private events are invitation-only and are not listed in the General Assembly (GA) program book. GA registration is not required for attendance. Examples of private meetings include business meetings, food functions, receptions, pre/post GA meetings (usually business or conference) of organizations for their own agendas. The use of Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) contracted meeting space designated for private events may only be reserved by authorized sponsoring organizations: UUA staff, UUA elected committees, Board appointed committees, Associate Member Organizations (Unitarian Universalist Service Committee and Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation), and UUA Related Organizations listed as either Professional Organizations or Theological Schools.

Requests for Private Events are due January 31. Space is assigned based on availability.

Other UUA Related Organizations may petition the GA Planning Committee to be authorized to request UUA contracted meeting space for a private meeting of their organization. Petitions may be made by email to the GA Planning Committee in care of Petitions are due by December 15. The GA Planning Committee will review petitions at their January meeting.