We’ve cancelled our Rolling Pride Parade originally scheduled for this Saturday in order to focus our energies on two important demonstrations.
Our mission is to build communities where LGBTQ+ youth thrive. Without racial justice, this isn’t possible. So we’re showing up this weekend alongside so many of our neighbors to advance that cause, knowing that gains for some of us are gains for all of us.
Our joy as a community isn’t limited to the month of June. There will be other moments for celebration. For now, let’s honor the spirit of Stonewall and the legacy of Pride by coming together to decry oppression, injustice, and brutality.
Inspired by and alongside several dedicated volunteers, we’re co-hosting a car parade to celebrate Pride month!
Framingham’s Rolling Pride Parade will take place Saturday, June 13th. The event is rain or shine. Social distancing protocols will be enforced. We look forward to safely and joyfully celebrating the local LGBTQ+ community and marking the 50th anniversary of Boston Pride.
The car parade will begin at 9:30 and the number of cars will be limited to ensure everyone’s safety. Advance registration is required. Registration will be live as of 9 a.m. on Monday, May 25 at tinyurl.com/pridecars. There is no charge to participate.
We’re looking for a few volunteers to help on the morning of the event. Email Donna Tambascio if interested in volunteering.
For those unable to join us in the parade, there will be multiple ways to show your support! In-person congregation along the route is discouraged in order to protect the health and well-being of our friends and neighbors. As such, we will live stream the event, share a hashtag for posting on social media, and have yard signs available. More details about these options to follow shortly via our Facebook event.