New Jersey’s 23rd Annual Jersey Pride Celebration
WHEN: Sunday, June 1, 12 PM – 7 PM
WHERE: Sunset Park in front of the Convention Hall, Asbury Park, NJ
Come by Garden State's Equality's Pride booth to reconnect with old friends, meet some new ones, and find out what we've been up to since winning marriage equality.
LGBT Slam & Dance Party for Teens
WHEN: Friday, June 6, 7 PM – 10:30 PM
WHERE: Burgdorff Center for the Arts, 10 Durand Road, Maplewood, NJ
ADMISSION: Free, Limited seating, so get there early.
New this year! Garden State Equality is proud to be a co-sponsor of this first ever Pride social event designed for LGBTQA youth. GSE will be co-hosting the Slam Dance with North Jersey Pride and Studio B at the Bergdorf Community Center. Sign up for the story telling competition, where youth will be competing for a chance to win an iPad! Stay after for the the Pride Slam Dance, with renowned artist DJ Flo spinning with additional entertainment. Free pizza. The Burgdorff Center is conveniently a 5 min walk from the Maplewood NJ Transit station. Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org
YOUTH ZONE TENT & PRIDE BOOTH
WHEN: Sunday, June 8, 12 PM-7 PM
WHERE: Memorial Park Amphitheater,
Memorial Park, 124 Dunnell Road, Maplewood, NJ
Join GSE at the first ever Teen Zone Pride Tent at North Jersey Pride. Find resources and info for youth and young adults and enjoy special events just for you! Presented by Garden State Equality, North Jersey Pride and Maplecrest Ford Lincoln.
Do you want to share resources and info and connect with other students? Garden State Equality wants to hear from you! Email email@example.com
Garden State Equality's 5th Annual Equality Walk
WHEN: Saturday – June 21, 4 PM
WHERE: Erie Park, Corner of Walnut & Montclair, Montclair, NJ
Meet us at the corner of Walnut Street & Montclair Avenue - RAIN OR SHINE!
Sign up for the Walk today, and ask your friends and family to sponsor you.
Each year, GSE's Equality Walk is one of our biggest sources of support. That support keeps us strong and ensures we are able to fight for every member of the LGBT community. This year’s theme, “Taking Steps to Protect our Future,” reflects an emphasis on strengthening our recent wins in anti-bullying and marriage equality, while continuing to push for protections for LGBT youth, seniors and the transgender community.