A FUNDRAISER FOR
On Friday, June 18, and Saturday, June 19 at 8 p.m.,
Glittorus! will be staged at The Rendezvous/Jewel Box Theatre (2322 2nd Avenue). Experience two amazing nights of a spectacular mix of burlesque, boylesque, cabaret, comedy, and bellydancing, all to benefit Lambert House. This is a variety show not to be missed, and a cause not to be ignored. Tickets are $15 and are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/112038.
BAT N' ROUGE
THE DYKES VS
On Saturday, June 19, from 5-8 p.m. at Bobby Morris Playfield in Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave. and E. Olive St.), The Capitol Hill Alano Club presents The Dykes vs Drag Queens at Bat N' Rouge's pride kickoff game. Bat N' Rouge is a fundraising event to benefit Capitol Hill Alano Club, which has an ongoing mission of drug and alcohol recovery. CHAC is a nonprofit organization now in its 27th year of service in the Seattle LGBT community.
For more information, visit www.chacseattle.org.
BOLLYQ DANCE PARTY
On Saturday, June 19, at 9 p.m. at Cafe Metropolitain (E. Olive Way and Boylston E.), TrikoneNW presents the BollyQ Dance Party. Bollywood goes gaga to benefit the LGBTQ South Asian community! Dance to the tunes of DJ Anjali, the Northwest's hottest DJ. Costumes encouraged! 21+, $5 cover ($10 after 10 p.m.).
THE SECOND COMING
On Saturday, June 19, at 9 p.m. (doors at 8 p.m.) at Redline Music and Sports (4439 35th Ave. SW), the Sisters of the Mother House of Washington will hold Resurrection II: The Second Coming to benefit SOMHOW and the Oasis Youth Center Tacoma. There will be Jell-O shots, live music, burlesque, and drag queens and kings. Hosted by Mark "Mom" Finley. $3 suggested donation.
OF PUGET SOUND
On Sunday, June 20, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Carkeek Park (950 Northwest Carkeek Park Rd.), join Rainbow Families of Puget Sound for their second annual Community Picnic. Rainbow Families of Puget Sound in a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIFE OF CAL ANDERSON
TO BE CELEBRATED
IN PERFORMANCE AT
CAL ANDERSON PARK
On Sunday, June 20, at 2 p.m. in Cal Anderson Park, 1635 11th Ave., near the fountain at the north end, the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center, Seattle Parks and Recreation and POWER of PLACE Youth will present a short performance highlighting the life of Cal Anderson to coincide with LGBTQ Pride month activities.
Washington's first openly Gay legislator, Cal Anderson was a decorated Vietnam veteran who worked for inclusion, fairness, and participation in the democratic process until his death from AIDS in 1995. He was widely admired for his integrity, courage, and compassion.
Presented in collaboration with the Cal Anderson Park Alliance, the event is free and open to the public. The event will be approximately 30 minutes in length and Parks officials will be in attendance.
For more information about the Cal Anderson event, e-mail email@example.com. For more information about Seattle Parks and Recreation, visit www.seattle.gov/parks.
SEATTLE MEN IN LEATHER
FATHER'S DAY CHILI FEED
On Sunday, June 20, from 4-8 p.m. at the Cuff (1533 12th Ave.), join Seattle Men in Leather for $5 all-you-can-eat chili (vegetarian or beef) to benefit Lambert House. Also, burgers $4, hot dogs $3.
For more information, visit www.seattlemeninleather.org.
JUNETEENTH FREEDOM PARTY
On Sunday, June 20, at 6 p.m. at Cafe Metropolitain (1701 E. Olive Way), Nubian Pride will hold their Juneteenth Freedom Party. Celebrate Juneteenth and the abolition of slavery in America with a FREE soul food dinner, live entertainment, $1 beers and $3 well drinks.
For more information, visit www.nubianprideproductions.com.
THE REAL L WORD
SERIES PREMIERE AT PURR
On Sunday, June 20, at 6 p.m. at Purr Cocktail Lounge (1518 11th Ave.), join the Human Rights Campaign and Showtime for the series premiere of The Real L Word, a new Showtime reality series that follows a group of real-life, high-profile, left coast Lesbians as they go about their daily lives, at work and play. Fabulous, fashionable, and completely hot, The Real L Word is reality TV that only Showtime can bring you. Be the first to get a sneak peek of this exciting new series amidst hundreds of curious fans. Suggested donation $10, which includes an annual HRC membership. Must be 21+, doors open at 5 p.m.
For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
2010 SOAP PRIDE IDOL
On Sunday, June 20, join Seattle Out and Proud (SOaP) at the 2010 Pride Idol competition at R Place (619 E. Pine St.). Doors open at 7 p.m., shows start at 8 p.m. This year, Pride Idol offers all of the undiscovered talent in the LGBT community an opportunity to shine in competition for cash and fabulous prizes! The Wildcard Round will be held on June 13 and the Finals will be held on June 20. Winners will ride in the official Pride Idol Float in the Seattle Pride® Parade.
For more information, visit idol.seattlepride.org.
ALL-STAR PRIDE SHOW
On Wednesday, June 23, at 10 p.m. at Neighbours Nightclub (1509 Broadway), Gaysha Starr presents the All-Star Pride Show. Join a constellation of fabulous guests for raffle and door prizes (courtesy of Neighbours, Panache, and the Seattle Gay News) to benefit GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network.
On the evenings of June 24, 25, and 26, at 7:30 p.m., Washington Ensemble Theatre presents "Breaking Character" by Queer Teen Ensemble, led by co-artistic director Jessica Hatlo, at The Little Theater (19th Ave. E. between Mercer and Roy). The performances will be the end result of the Ensemble's model for ensemble-generated new works, where students collaboratively produce a piece of theatre based on their own experiences surrounding identity, love, and Queerness. The month-long intensive began with directed free-writing that was eventually shared with the group and was later used to generate something new. This phase continued until there was a sense of cohesion, and texts were then molded into a working script. Tickets: $5-$10. www.brownpapertickets.com/event/116305 or 800-838-3006. www.washingtonensemble.org.
FEED YOUR PRIDE AT
On Thursday, June 24, at participating restaurants, join One Degree Events in celebrating the third annual PrideFeast benefit. Get your Pride weekend started early by helping to raise funds for LGBT health and wellness nonprofits.
For details and a list of participating restaurants, visit www.pridefeast.org.
AT ODD DUCK STUDIO
From Thursday, June 24, to Sunday, July 4, Stop Kiss by Diana Son will be performed at Odd Duck Studio (1214 10th Ave.). Showtimes are 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, and Sunday at 2 p.m. This play is a touching and funny look at the relationship between two women, and the ways they cope with the aftermath of an act of violence committed against them.
Tickets are available at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/114346.
SHOWCASES QUEER ARTISTS
From Thursday, June 24 to Sunday, June 27, the Queer activist collective Bend-It will showcase local Queer artists at the Bend-It Extravaganza. Events include: Queer Carnival and Dance Party hosted by F.U.S.S. on Thursday, June 24 at 8 p.m. at Black Lodge (Eastlake E. and E. Republican); The Queer Garden: Bands in the Park on Friday, June 25 at 3 p.m. at Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave and E. Olive St.) with a screening of Travel Queeries at dusk; Big Gay Field Day at noon and The Variety Show at 6 p.m. on Saturday, June 26 at Cal Anderson Park; and Unaccessorized: Acoustic and Spoken Word on Sunday, June 27 at 7 p.m. at Hugo House (11th Ave and E. Olive St.). Visit BendItBandits.org to get involved. As part of the 8th annual event, Queer zinesters will be given a table where they can pass out their zines for free.
For more information, contact Quinn at email@example.com or visit benditbandits.org or www.myspace.com/bend_it
JULIA'S GAY PRIDE
On Friday, June 25, from 2-10 p.m. and Saturday, June 26, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Julia's on Broadway (300 Broadway E.) will present their Gay Pride Block Party. The event promises music, entertainment, and fun for the entire community, with proceeds benefiting The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abby of St. Joan. Featuring the stars from RuPaul's Drag Race, the always outrageous and just plain Fabulous Shannel, Raven, and Morgan. Two hot live bands: Seattle's popular funk-rock fusion Smoking Bill, and the truly original, contemporary Columbian pop and rock group No Rey Band. The event is hosted by Seattle 's newest funny nun and hostess extraordinaire, Sister Stella Standing, of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abby of St. Joan. Peppered throughout the day are Seattle's All-Stars of drag, including the best female impersonators from throughout the Puget Sound, the performing Sisters of P.I., and the wildly popular cast of Julia's own Le Faux. You'll be served drinks by beefy ball boys the Seattle Squadron Gay softball team and guest bartenders. Music maven DJ Dana Dubb provides a mix of House music to get your pride on. Cover is $5 per day.
For more information, visit www.juliasrestaurantseattle.com.
RALLY: A SHIFT PRIDE BBQ
On Friday, June 25, from 6-9 p.m., join Gay City to kick off the Pride weekend with food, fun, and friends at Multifaith Works (123 16th Ave.). Surprise guest appearances. This event is free. SHIFT is a peer recovery network supporting dynamic recovery paths by uniting our LGBTQ community to experience freedom through empowerment. Learn more about SHIFT at www.shiftrecovery.org. for more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
PRIDE SHABBAT AT
TEMPLE DE HIRSCH
On Friday, June 25, Temple De Hirsch Sinai (1511 E. Pike St.) will host Seattle's 2010 Pride Shabbat. Pre-service appetizers will be at 7 p.m., and the service will begin at 7:30 p.m. Organized by Bashert, the LGBT Initiative of the Jewish Federation of Seattle and other community sponsors, including Temple Beth Am, Kolenu, Congregation Tikvah Chadashah, Jewish Family Service, Bet Aleph Meditative Synagogue, Anti-Defamation League, NW Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse, and Temple De Hirsch Sinai, this is shaping up to be one of the most successful Pride Shabbats yet. www.jewishseattle.org/news-events/events/pride-shabbat-2010.
PROM DRESS RUGBY
On Friday, June 25, from 7-10 p.m., come see the first annual Prom Dress Rugby Exhibition Match at the Bobby Morris Playfield in Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave. and E. Howell St.). Seattle Quake RFC - wearing dresses - will take on the Seattle RFC Women's team, The Breakers. This event is similar in style to the annual Dykes vs. Drag Queens softball game. Tickets will be sold for admission to the sideline (for $5) and players will work the crowd to sell penalties, conversions, scrums, line-outs, meters, and tries. Proceeds from the event will be split with Lambert House, the center for LGBT youth that encourages empowerment through the development of leadership, social and life skills. www.quakerugby.org.
SEATTLE MEN'S CHORUS AND
SEATTLE WOMEN'S CHORUS
PRESENT GLITTER AND BE GAY
On Friday, June 25 and Saturday, June 26 at 8 p.m., Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus join forces for the first time ever in an extravaganza called Glitter and Be Gay at McCaw Hall (321 Mercer St.). The concert is a tribute to two great American composers: Leonard Bernstein, a prodigy renowned for his energy and talents as both a confuctor and composer, and Stephen Sondheim, the undisputed master of the modern Broadway musical. The concert will feature music from Bernstein and Sondheim's collaborations, as well as their individual careers. Expect to be transported to musical heaven when artistic director Dennis Coleman pulls out all the stops and more than 400 voices take the stage to perform music from such Broadway classics as West Side Story, Sunday in the Park with George, Wonderful Town, Sweeney Todd, Candide, and A Little Night Music. Glitter and Be Gay is destined to be a show to remember for decades to come, and the perfect ending to the Seattle Men's Chorus' 30th anniversary season.
For details and ticket information, visit www.flyinghouse.org/smc/gabg or call the box office at (206) 388-1400.
UNTIL THE FAT LADY SINGS 2
On Friday, June 25, at 8 p.m. (doors at 7:30 p.m.) at The Blue Mouse Theater (2611 N. Proctor, Tacoma), the AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma presents Until the Fat Lady Sings 2, a drag show benefit. The show will feature some of the Best Impersonators from the Northwest, including Ms. Gay Vancouver, Diva Deveraux, Taylor Courtour, and Victoria Eyslie. Admission to the Preshow VIP Reception (at 6:30 p.m.) is $20. General admission is $10. AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma mission of service is to provide people living with HIV/AIDS a circle of caring that empowers them to stabilize their health and to maintain diverse housing options through support services, life skills education, and in home professional services.
For more information, visit www.aidshousingtacoma.org.
ANNUAL GAY PRIDE
HOT DOG BLESSING
AT BOTTLENECK LOUNGE
On Friday, June 25 at 11 p.m. (doors and hot dogs start at 8 p.m.) at the Bottleneck Lounge (2328 E. Madison St.), Sylvia O'Stayformore and Po Dog will combine forces with the Bottleneck Lounge for the fourth annual Gay Pride Hot Dog Blessing. The Bottleneck Lounge will be offering free grilled hot dogs (veggie available) to hungry Gays and non-Gays alike all through Pride weekend. Drink specials and no cover all weekend.
For more information, go to www.bottlenecklounge.com.
DIGNITY/SEATTLE HOLDS 22ND
PRIDE PANCAKE BREAKFAST
On Saturday, June 26, from 8 a.m. to noon, Dignity/Seattle will hold its 22nd annual Pride Pancake Breakfast at Central Lutheran Church Social Hall (1710 11th Ave.). $7 donation. Proceeds go to Multifaith Works, Bailey-Boushay House, and Dignity/Seattle. Raffle prizes will be drawn. A recycling dropoff will be provided for cell phones and empty ink cartridges. Dignity/Seattle has been a faith community of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Catholics and their families and friends in Seattle since 1973.
For more information, visit www.dignityseattle.org.
PRIDE FESTIVAL 2010
On Saturday, June 26, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., the second annual Capitol Hill Pride Festival will be held on Broadway, between E. John and E. Roy Sts. This is a free, all-ages festival celebrating diversity and community pride. The festival is open to everyone - LGBT or straight - from any background. The five-block festival will feature four public stages, a Kids' Zone, Faerie Circle stage, and over 200 booths and vendors. Attractions include live entertainment, music, singing, face/body painting, and a Doggie Drag Costume Contest.
For the festival's second year, attendance is expected to be 7,000-10,000.
For a full list of entertainment, performers, vendors, and participants, visit capitolhillpridefestival.net.
RAINBOW HEALTH FAIR
On Saturday, June 26, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gilda's Club (1400 Broadway), come to the 12th annual Rainbow Health Fair for complimentary health services for the LBT community, utilizing peer providers. Appointments can be made at (206) 436-8666 or my e-mailing email@example.com, although drop-ins are welcome for many services.
For more information, visit ywcaworks.typepad.com/lbthealth.
TWISTED FAMILY PICNIC
On Saturday, June 26, from noon to 2 p.m. at Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave. and E. Olive St.), join Seattle's leather tribe for the third annual Twisted Family Picnic. A $5 donation will benefit Generic Leather Productions and the Northwest Leather Sir/boy Travel Fund.
On Saturday, June 26, at 2 p.m., an Interfaith Pride worship service will be held at All Pilgrims Church (500 Broadway E.). Presentations will be made by members of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities, with more faiths being added.
For more information, visit www.mccseattle.org.
SEATTLE DYKE MARCH
On Saturday, June 26, from 5-7 p.m. at Seattle Central Community College Plaza (Broadway Ave. E. and E. Pine St.), join the Seattle Dyke March Rally: "Connecting to the International Community - Dyke, Lesbian, Bi, Trans, and Queer." Performers confirmed to date: Emcee Lamar Van Dyke, singer Alicia Healy, Spokane's Giant Ass Drum Corps, Seattle's Queer Tango Dancers, 7 Star Women's Kung Fu, and more. At 7 p.m., the Seattle Dyke March steps off to circle Capitol Hill. T-shirts are now available for $15. If you order now, there is a $5 charge for delivery. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
For more information, visit www.seattledykemarch.com.
COUNTRY PRIDE DANCE
On Saturday, June 26, from 6-9 p.m. at Seattle Center, Center House (305 Harrison St.), come dance with Rain Country Dance for the Country Pride Dance. Two-step, waltz, line dance, and swing.
For more information, visit www.raincountrydance.org/pride.asp.
MEN OF ALL COLORS
& CULTURES TOGETHER
JUNE PRIDE POTLUCK
On Saturday, June 26, at 6 p.m., Men of All Colors & Cultures Together (MACCT) will host their June Pride Potluck Celebration at a Seattle location.
For location information, call (206) 923-8313 or e-mail email@example.com. MACCT is a Gay/Bisexual multi-racial, multi-cultural organization committed to fostering supportive environments wherein racial and cultural barriers can be overcome and the goal of human equality realized.
PRIDE WEEKEND SHOW
AT RICHARD HUGO HOUSE
On Saturday, June 26, 7:30 p.m. doors; 8 p.m. show, Voices Rising! presents their Pride Weekend show at Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave., with Nedra Johnson, Kevin Simmonds, Imani Sims and Crystal Ybarra. Tickets: $10-$25 sliding scale. Voices Rising is an ongoing series of performances by LGBTQ performers of color. http://bit.ly/bSgef1
LIBERATE: A SHIFT PRIDE PARTY
On Saturday, June 26, from 9 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. at the West Hall in Century Ballroom (915 E. Pine St.), join Gay City for Liberate: A Pride Party. Dance your ass off - sober! SHIFT brings you their annual substance-free Pride Party, with DJ Joe King. SHIFT is a peer recovery network supporting dynamic recovery paths by uniting our LGBTQ community to experience freedom through empowerment. Learn more about SHIFT at www.shiftrecovery.org. for more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEATTLE PRIDE PARADE
On Sunday, June 27, at 11 a.m., the Seattle Pride Parade will begin at Westlake Park (400 Pine St.) and travel down 4th Ave. to PrideFest 2010 at the Seattle Center. Remember when Dorothy opens the door to Oz? Her whole world transforms from black and white to vibrant color. That's kind of like the Seattle Pride Parade. This year, the Emerald City goes "Over The Rainbow" and over the top to support our LGBT community. Expect a dazzling spectacle of floats, outlandish costumes and dancing in the streets. The Parade, produced by Seattle Out and Proud, is an exuberant, high-energy celebration of diversity, community and unity.
Visit www.seattlepride.org for more information.
SEATTLE PRIDEFEST 2010
On Sunday, June 27, the Pride parade will end at Seattle Center, and PrideFest 2010 will begin. Tens of thousands of revelers pack the Seattle Center to dance, drink, eat, shop, and party. Every year the event gets bigger (both in attendees, caliber of performers, and size of event footprint), and every year this event gets better. Please join us in 2010 as we take up more of the Seattle Center grounds with more vendors, bigger stages, and better entertainment than ever before! This year's headlining star is singer Kimberley Locke, and comic Julie Goldman will join the festivities at the largest LGBTQ gathering in the Pacific Northwest. New events are still being scheduled.
For more information, visit seattlepridefest.org or e-mail email@example.com.
o PRIDE AROUND
On Saturday, June 12, from noon to 5:30 p.m. at Wall Street (between Spokane Falls Blvd. and Main St.) in Spokane, WA, Spokane will hold their Pride festival, OutSpokane. 2010 brings many changes to Spokane's Annual Pride Parade & Rainbow Festival. This year's theme is "Pride in Our Community." Use this theme to guide your Pride parade expression in float design, signs, and parade dress! Let's have lots of color and fabulousness! Be OUT and PROUD!
For more information, visit www.outspokane.com.
OLYMPIA PRIDE FESTIVAL
CAPITAL CITY PRIDE 2010
Olympia's Capital City Pride 2010 will run from Saturday, June 12, to Sunday, June 13, when it culminates in a noon parade through downtown Olympia. The Olympia Pride Festival promises "More pride. More to love." The festivities begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday at Sylvester Park (at the corner of Capitol Way S. and Legion Way S.E.), with music, food, film screenings, and an 8 p.m. masquerade ball. Sunday's parade starts at the State Capitol steps, then travels northbound on Capital Way to 5th Avenue, then winds back toward Sylvester Park via Washington St.
For a full schedule of events and times, visit capitalcitypride.net.
From Wednesday, July 7, to Sunday, July 11, Bellingham will hold the B Proud Pride festival in Bellingham, WA. Bellingham Pride began 10 years ago under the direction of Whatcom PFLAG, as an event with roughly a half-dozen tables in Fairhaven Park on a Sunday afternoon in June. It has been in its current location of Depot Market Square (Home of the Bellingham Farmers Market) for four years, and this will be the third year in which the festival has had a parade. While most pride festivals tend to take place in June (National Gay & Lesbian Month), we recognize that we can offer a festival during July when Bellingham weather is nicer and no other prides are generally taking place. This is our 10th Anniversary of pride and we strive to be a festival everyone can be proud of. We offer events that cater to all aspects of our LGBTQQI2A community. We look forward to a fantastic pride this year.
If you have any questions, comments, concerns or would like to help, sponsor or be a vendor, visit www.bhampride.org.
OUT IN THE PARK 2010
TACOMA/PIERCE COUNTY PRIDE
On Saturday, July 10, from noon to 7 p.m. at Wright Park (6th Ave., between I and G Sts.), celebrate Tacoma Pride with Out in the Park 2010. The event will feature a food court with a new coffee drink vendor, kids' corner with a free raffle for kids and a bounce house, assorted vendors/community organizations and groups, as well as the main stage with a mixed lineup of familiar faces as well as new and exciting performers. Applications are still being taken for vendor/participants as well as entertainers. Out in Tacoma is still seeking an Asian-style food vendor for the food court.
For more information and applications, please visit www.rainbowcntr.org or www.outintacoma.com.
MID-COLUMBIA PRIDE 2010
On Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, July 16-18, Mid-Columbia Pride 2010 will be held at Memorial Park (1520 W. Shoshone) in Pasco, WA. This year's theme is "Cirque du Q." The event expects 2,500+ visitors throughout weekend, with 55% coming from the Tri-Cities area and other attendees from Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Canada.
For more information, visit www.midcolumbiapride.com.
KITSAP PRIDE 2010
Planning is underway for the Kitsap Pride celebration, to be held on Saturday, July 17 in Bremerton's Evergreen Park (1500 Park Ave.). This year's theme is "One World, One Heart, One Pride," and is the international theme adopted by Interpride. Vendor applications are available and have been coming in steadily. Volunteers are being recruited to help plan and more will be needed the day of the event.
For more information, visit www.kitsappride.org.
o PORTLAND AND
PORTLAND PRIDE 2010
On Saturday, June 19, and Sunday, June 20, Pride Northwest will hold Portland Pride 2010. The parade steps off on Sunday at 11:30 a.m. at the corner of Burnside St. and NW 13th Ave. The theme of this year's festivities is "Power to the People!"
For a full list of entertainers, vendors, and details, visit www.pridenw.org.
VICTORIA, BC PRIDE 2010
From Sunday, June 27 to Sunday, July 4, Victoria, BC will hold Victoria Pride 2010. A festival and parade will be held on July 4 at MacDonald Park in James Bay.
For more information, visit www.victoriapridesociety.org.
VANCOUVER, BC PRIDE 2010
On Sunday, August 1, Vancouver, BC celebrates Pride 2010. Spanning 20 blocks and attracting an audience of over 600,000 in 2009, the Pride Parade is Vancouver's premier celebration of culture and diversity. The 2010 Pride Parade will start in the heart of downtown Vancouver at noon at Robson and Thurlow, then head west down the hill to Denman street, following Denman to Pacific and Beach Avenue before finishing at the Sunset Beach festival site. Celebrations continue after the Parade at the Sunset Beach festival site. There will be a crowd that reaches over 110,000 people in the park listening to live music by local performers and headliners on the Festival Stage. There are 125 booths with a diverse range of products and services with drinking and dancing at the beer garden. The Vancouver Pride Society adopted a three-year theme of "Educate, Liberate, Celebrate," focusing on one of the three elements each year. In 2010, we focus on Liberate, and what it means to be free. In parts of the world and even in our own country, Pride is still a movement to liberate. Pride is a vehicle to educate, liberate and celebrate and every summer, that's what we do here in Vancouver.
For more information, visit www.vancouverpride.ca.