It’s that time of the year when the LGBTQ community sets out to celebrate Pride Month. To keep the tradition going, here is a list of the celebrations taking place all over the Carolinas.
The premiere film screening of the documentary “Grief Journeys” will take place on June 16, the Triangle Gay Men’s Chorus will present their “Journey to the Past” spring concert on June 2, the Triangle Empowerment Project has invited the community to “Ignite Durham! ‘Are we PrEP-ared?’ on June 25, the Triangle Expo for LGBTQ Aging Adults will be held on June 23 and Village Hearth Cohousing is seeking participants to fill the last four units of its residential project.
Duke Divinity School LGBTQ students are demanding justice, the Raleigh Business and Professional Network welcomes N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s LGBTQ Center will celebrate its 15th anniversary on April 14 and the We Are 1 Conference will be held in the Triangle.
Rev. Vance E. Haywood, Jr. will be installed as Imani Metropolitan Community Church pastor on Feb.24, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is presenting a speaker series, Chris Williamson, Barbara Higbie and Teresa Trull are heading to the Triangle, a bike riding fundraiser is being to support Planned Parenthood South Atlantic, a seniors’ expo is slated and Ash Wednesday came this year with glitter infused ash.