The Pride in Kingston Committee would like to thank everyone for registering your events and vendor and community booths for our parade day and Pride in Kingston Community Fair at Skeleton Park on Saturday, June 17th, 2017. If you are still planning to march in the parade with a group please let us know by filling out the registration form below.
Pride Week in Kingston is June 11th-18th, 2017. The parade will leave McBurney Park (Skeleton Park) at noon on Saturday, June 17th. The parade will arrive back at the park at around 1pm. For the rest of the afternoon, learn more about our local community organizations, explore the works of local artisans and enjoy live entertainment until 4pm.
MARCH IN THE PARADE
Everyone in the LGBTQ2+ community and their allies are not only just welcome to march in the parade, but encouraged! Kingston’s Pride parade relies on the community to actively participate in marching in the parade. We understand there are barriers for some people to be actively engaged and we look forward to seeing you cheering from the sidelines. If you are going to be marching with a group or business please let us know so we can coordinate the parade accordingly. Please keep in mind, parade day is a family-friendly event held in a public space so we please ask you dress and behave appropriately.
EVENTS CELEBRATING PRIDE IN KINGSTON
Saturday, June 10th 2017 8pm T Show: Pride Edition
The Renaissance (285 Queen St) 19+ $15 at the door.
Sunday June 11, 2017 10:00am Pride In Kingston Worship Service
St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (263 Victoria St.)
Wednesday June 14, 2017 7pm
The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert
The Screening Room (120 Princess St.)
Celebrating Pride and part of their extra special Summer Vacation Cinematica Program focusing on Road Trips! Co-hosted by the Reelout Queer Film + Video Festival and featuring special guests!
Wednesday June 14, 15, 16 & 18, 2017
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts $15 or PWYC
Thursday June 15, 2017 7-10pm Your Body is a Playground
HARS (844A Princess St). Your Body Is A Playground: Getting In Touch and Letting Go of Shame will focus on cis, trans and non-binary queer people’s pathways to pleasure. How do we talk about this and what should we know? With so much shaming of our bodies and sexuality, how do we do this? Let’s talk about it! Facebook Event page Here!
Saturday June 17, 2017 9:00pm Pride Edition Beers for Queers
Sunday June 18, 2017 6:00pm Sunday Kingston Drum Circle!
Musiiki Cafe (73 Brock St) Come drum, dance, sing, or sit back and enjoy with tasty drinks from Musiikki Cafe.