Remaining events for Edmonds Pride Month 2024

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Several events remain on the calendar as Edmonds continues its celebration of Pride Month. This Saturday, June 22, there will be a Pride Celebration at Civic Center Playfields from 2-6 p.m. with music, storytelling, art in the park, information booths, food and retail.

Other events include:

Monday, June 24: Queer Adventurers’ D&D Night, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Edmonds Library Meeting Room

In partnership with SnoIsle Libraries and Under the Rainbow 

Wednesday, June 26: Hearts Beat Loud Queer Movie Night, 5:30-7:30 p.m. 

Edmonds Library Meeting Room

In partnership with SnoIsle Libraries and Under the Rainbow

Saturday, June 29: Summer Storytelling Series with author George Shannon, 10-11 a.m.

Edmonds Library Meeting Room

In partnership with SnoIsle Libraries and Under the Rainbow

The Downtown Business Improvement District continues its “Pride Stride” through June 22. Visitors who purchase more than $15 of merchandise, or one drink from participating businesses, receive a stamp. Those who collect five or more stamps will be eligible for a prize raffled off at the end of events.

  1. There’s also a Bi+ pride night at Churchkey Pub at 7pm Sunday, June 30. It’s on edmondspride.org. “Everyone is welcome, but we encourage you to show your support for the bi/pan/polysexual community as we wrap up pride month. Wear your colors of choice, or just show up in support. There will be pride cocktails and food specials.”

  2. Make sure to hit the beer garden at the Pride Celebration in the Civic Playfields. They’ll be pouring El Sueñito’s Un Poco Gay Hazy & Stoup’s Rainbow Bubbles IPA! I’m so proud of the hard work put in by the Pride committee, this will be a truly thoughtful celebration bringing together various elements celebrating diversity, the arts and the LGBTQ+ community.

  3. So glad to read this article and the positive responses. Comments in today’s Seattle Times simply ooze contempt and intolerance.

    For a perspective:

    The ACLU is tracking 522anti-LGBTQ bills in the U.S.

    See “Mapping Attacks on LGBTQ Rights in U.S. State Legislatures in 2024,” American Civil Liberties Union (aclu.org)

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