Ann Arbor Celebrates Pride with ongoing June occasions; virtual event set for August
ANN ARBOR, MI – Although Pride Month is already on, Ann Arbor has to wait for its big celebration.
Ann Arbor Pride will hold its Pride celebration virtually on August 7th due to ongoing coronavirus concerns. The event, which starts at 10am, will feature headline pop singer VINCINT, who will release his debut album on June 11th.
Other events include musical performances, drag shows, and activities for children. A full schedule is still to be released.
Although the city’s main event is only a few months away, the Ann Arbor District Library is currently hosting “30 Days of Pride,” a family-friendly, virtual event with daily crafts, poetry, and book recommendations.
Vault of Midnight is also making book recommendations for Pride and hosting a book club discussion on Instagram Live on June 13th. The discussion will include four books representing the LGBT community selected by the staff.
Other ongoing events include Nectos Pride Fridays and a variety of community meetings hosted by the Jim Toy Community Center.
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