Here:Say Storytelling and Up North Pride are coming together for the fourth time to bring live storytelling to Pride Week!
Join us for a pop-up art experience offering a night of queer art and fresh local treats at BLK MRKT, including a special sneak preview of select songs from Parallel 45’s HAIR.
We're shutting down Wellington Street for a big queer Drag Night with The Little Fleet featuring a headlining performance by Peppermint, season 9 runner-up on RuPaul’s Drag Race!
Join Ted & Kelly Stiglich of Peoples Yoga & Aerial Fitness, LLC along with Casey Chamberlain at the Open Space for a beautiful gentle yoga practice - free of charge!
Join us for our 3rd Annual Pride Picnic! This family-friendly event includes live music, fun activities for the kids, food vendors, and a whole lot of neighborly love.
We'll gather at the Pride Picnic in F&M Park at 5:30 pm for a rally, then march down Front Street to the Open Space for a family-friendly Visibility Celebration.
Join us in the Open Space park at the corner of Grandview Parkway and Union Street for a big queer Visibility Celebration! Live music, DJs, cocktails, food trucks, dancing, and carnival games for the whole family.
Please join us as we remember the lives lost to violence on June 12, 2016 at the Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Fla.
Join us for drinks, fun, and socializing with fellow LGBTQ+ members and straight allies at our monthly Up North Pride Happy Hour!
Our March event (rescheduled from February due to weather) will be held at The Workshop Brewing Company on Thursday, March 7 from 5:30pm to 7pm. Attendees will enjoy $1 off all drinks, including beer, wine, and cider. It's free to attend, so grab a friend and come on down!
Up North Pride Happy Hour events will take place the first Thursday of each month from 5:30pm to 7pm at rotating locations throughout the area.
Join in the celebration of Pride at SideTraxx Dance Bar with The Bayside Bombshell's Burlesque Troupe for a night of astounding entertainment.
We will honor those we've lost in the queer community by naming the victims of the Pulse Nightclub massacre.
In these times, ripe for change, be inspired to think again about what it means to be a positive presence in our world.
Jenn Cameron honored with Humanitarian Award.
The purpose of this ERACCE-hosted, Crossroads-facilitated training event is to provide an opportunity for the participants to develop shared language for talking effectively about systemic racism, explore an introductory analysis of systetmic racism, and examine basic strategies for dismantling racism within their organization.
Bring a picnic blanket, a chair, and listen to live music by Josh Davis, and other surprise guests.
Join us for our 4th annual Up North Pride Rally and Visibility March.