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Denver PrideFest 2014 – PARADE AND FESTIVAL

SAT.  JUNE 21ST and SUN. JUNE 22ND

PARADE

Parade Date and Location: Sunday, June 22 at 9:30 am; starts at Cheesman Park

Come show your Pride by joining the ACLU in the Denver PrideFest Parade on Sunday, June 22 at 9:30 am!

The parade starts at Cheesman Park (between 8th & 13th Ave. and High and Franklin St.) and ends at Civic Center Park.  Marchers should plan to be ready to march no later than 8:45 am (the exact meeting spot and best street parking location TBD). Marchers will receive a complimentary ACLU “Out for Freedom” T-shirt (available on a first-come-first-served basis).

The PrideFest Parade is always a blast, so bring your friends and family and be prepared for a great time!

RSVP for the parade by emailing: Caryn at costerman@aclu-co.org or McKenna at masakawa@aclu-co.org

For directions or other information on June 22nd, call Caryn at 303-521-6559 or McKenna at 303-868-2237.

FESTIVAL

Festival Dates and Location:

Saturday, June 21, 11 am – 7 pm and Sunday, June 22, 10 am — 6 pm in Civic Center Park

Come visit us at the ACLU Booth!!!

Denver PrideFest creates a fun, safe and empowering space to celebrate and promote the heritage and culture of the LGBT and allied community in Colorado. For more information on PrideFest, visit www.glbtcolorado.org/pridefest/

At this year’s PrideFest, we will be promoting all of the work that we do on behalf of the LGBT community as well as our partnership with One Colorado in the Why Marriage Matters Campaign.  To learn more about this campaign, visit: www.whymarriagematterscolorado.org/about/





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