The National Lesbian & Gay Journalists Association was founded in the Bay Area in 1990. Come home with us this September to celebrate 25 years of NLGJA and take in the sights.

Early bird convention registration rates expire Friday, May 7. Take a moment to register before the rates go up.

It all started with one man. In 1990, Roy Aarons created something that never existed before: NLGJA. This September, see how far we’ve come.

Join us and experience all that the national convention and LGBT media summit have to offer as we celebrate NLGJA’s many accomplishments and look to our future.

And after the national convention is a great time to spend some time seeing the sights and enjoying the city. Here are just a few of the landmarks near the NLGJA convention:

Ferry Building

Alcatraz Island

Golden Gate Bridge

The Castro

Sea Lions at Fishermen’s Wharf

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge

Join us for the Coming Home Convention, September 3-6, 2015.

Register today before rates increase.