Pride events
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Like many of our sister Pride organizations across the country, it is with heavy hearts and deep sadness that we regrettably announce the 2020 Pride Festival of Central PA will not take place as … more
Mark your calendars, you dont want to miss out! LOCAL Gettysburg – Fri., May 29 Central PA Pride Festival – Sat., July 25 Lehigh Valley Pride – Sun., Aug. 16 York … more
Today is International Trans Day of Visibility, a day to celebrate trans people and raise awareness about the discrimination the trans community faces around the world. In this time of the unknown … more
Feb. 22 volunteers joined the PA Poor People's Campaign to create banners, signs, patches and t-shirts for the upcoming We Must do MORE Tour coming to Pennsylvania April 25. The tour involves 20 … more
The LGBT History Project, housed at Dickinson College’s Archives & Special Collections, has been awarded a $10,000 Historical & Archival Records Care Grant from the Pennsylvania … more
Starting Jan. 1 the York LGBTQIA+ Resource Center will officially become the Rainbow Rose Center. All events, such as Equality Fest, Equality Fest Junior, Trans Day of Remembrance York, and Coming … more
With Gettysburg LGBT activity in higher profile and ever before – a growing annual Pride series of events and advocacy for a Gettysburg Borough nondiscrimination ordinance, The Central … more
According to Altoona Pride Parade Support’s Facebook event post, Altoona Mayor Matthew Pacifico “stated that no gay people live there. It sparked a huge response from their local … more
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Stonewall, the LGBT Center of Central PA will host FAB 2019 Sept. 21, at the Hershey Lodge. The event will focus on Celebrating a Legacy of Resistance and … more
A groundbreaking history exhibit has been traveling across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, educating communities near and far about the efforts that activists have undertaken in Pennsylvania to … more
York Equality Fest, Aug. 3 and 4, drew about 2,000 attendees to Penn Park. The event's lead organizer Carla Christopher said the festival represents “The York County I want to live … more
With an estimated attendance of 7,000, Central PA Pride Festival held its second event in Soldiers and Sailors Mall on the grounds of the PA State Capitol July 27. more
WFMZ-TV reports that Reading Mayor Wally Scott reversed his decision, deciding to allow the Reading Pride Flag to fly at city hall. Last week, Mayor Scott decided to cancel the planned hoisting of … more
With a triple-digit heat wave factor, Lancaster Pride ushered in a successful event July 20 at Clipper Magazine Stadium.  In recent months, Lancaster experienced the formation of the LGBTQ+ … more
The Reading Eagle reports that Pride Flag raising in the city was cancelled at the last minute, reported by Mayor Wally Scott. In response to the incident and posted on the Reading Pride’s … more
With 60 people gathered in front of Lancaster City Hall July 15, Karen Foley proclaimed “Welcome to the third annual pride week flag raising!” Foley is one of the founders of Lancaster … more
For the first time ever, Carlisle celebrated Pride Week with nine days of events, June 22-30. Carlisle Pride's events celebrated and educated people on the LGBTQ community during Pride … more
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