Get ready for rainbow-tinted EVERYTHING this June in celebration of PRIDE Month! Everyone at ReelOut wishes you and yours a Happy Pride! If you’re interested in making a donation to a queer charity in honour of PRIDE, ReelOut just started our fundraising campaign for 2023-2024 and you can donate HERE!
Saturday, June 3rd 2023 PRIDE IN THE COUNTRY . ReelOut is a PROUD SPONSOR of the 2nd annual Greater Napanee Pride celebrations which are kicking off Pride Month. The parade will be leaving Conservation Park at 11am on Saturday. We marched with the parade last year and can say this is probably the most picturesque Pride March you’ll ever experience! And then later, don’t miss Pride in the Country! From their FB event page:Our event will run from 8 PM – 1 AM & This event is for ages 19+.
Wristbands will be provided to all attendees with proof of ticket sale. Please read the following information.
Strathcona Paper Centre is located at 16 McPherson Drive, Napanee, ON, and has Free event parking. Doors open at 7:00 PM with the party beginning at 8. We encourage you to arrive early to avoid delays and congestion at entry. Food: Big D’s Canteen will be open. Cash Bar on site. We will have tables and chairs set out on a first come serve basis. For any needed accommodations please email us to arrange them as needed. Cost: $20 Early Bird Sale May 1 – 14. $25 (May 15th – June 3)
** Ticket Prices do not include the Eventbrite fee. All ticket sales are final. In the event that Pride in the Country is Cancelled, a refund will be made. Please note, Eventbrite fees are non-refundable. DJ: Roxy Sunset. Drag Show Performers: Rowena Whey, Kiki Coe, Oktavia, Aurora matrix, Milligan. If you have any questions or need more information, the Greater Napanee Pride Events team is here to help! Email: email@example.com
Thursday, June 15th 2023 PRIDE MOVIE IN THE SQUARE: ROSIE . Movies in the Square the Pride edition is back again starting at DUSK in Springer Market Square! Admission is FREE! Presented in partnership with Reelout Queer Film Festival and Downtown Kingston, this year’s film is the fabulously hilarious “Rosie” – rated 14A. Rosie is the story of an orphaned Indigenous girl who is forced to live with her reluctant, street-smart, francophone Aunty Fred and her two gender non-conforming glamorous friends in 80’s Montreal. Featuring a special pre-movie performance by Krista Muir, Composer/Performer who has several songs included in the ROSIE Soundtrack! Grab your lawn chairs, some popcorn, and take in the movie experience!