Kick off Pride Month with the Princeton community on the green space of Palmer Square as we gather to celebrate inclusivity, tolerance and acceptance at a joyful family-friendly event. Enjoy live music featuring Sarah Donner and School of Rock Princeton, learn to be a “hoop star” with Angela from Color Me Hoopy, participate in creating a collaborative community art project, take part in a variety of activities and go home with fun giveaways.
Families are welcome to bring a picnic to enjoy on the grass or to purchase a lunch from one of the many food establishments on Palmer Square.
Mayor Mark Freda along with other local dignitaries will be in attendance and local nonprofits will have tables with activities and information for attendees.
This free event is a community collaboration coordinated by the Princeton Public Library with community partners from McCarter Theatre Center, HiTOPS, YWCA Princeton, Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton Civil Rights Commission, and Princeton Human Services.
Also attending are: Princeton Senior Resource Center, Princeton Middle School SAGA, I Support the Girls, Corner House, Trinity Counseling Service, Princeton Festival, PREA, Planned Parenthood Action Fund of NJ, Inspired Threads, Princeton University Concerts, Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice, Nassau Presbyterian Church, PFLAG Princeton, Hyacinth Foundation and RWJBH Babs Siperstein PROUD Center.
Rain Date: June 4