Show your support for the local LGBTQ community here in Indy! Today on Indy Style, Indy Pride’s board president, Tanner Alexander joined us to tell us just how you can celebrate pride at home this year. Here’s more from him:
Things are being done a little differently this year.
Since we can’t celebrate together, we thought we’d bring Indy Pride Fest right to you!
Indy Pride’s 2021 Virtual Festival is happening on June 12th and is presented by Salesforce.
This year’s event includes a full lineup of fabulous entertainment. Check it out here!
The virtual festival will include a new interactive participant map with features including:
- Exploring the interactive virtual festival map
- Browsing your favorite LGBTQ-supporting community organizations and finding new resources
- Shopping with LGBTQ-owned and LGBTQ-embracing businesses in the vendor villages
- Engaging with Indy Pride community members in virtual meet-ups…
Check social media channels (Find us @IndyPride) for the full virtual festival schedule.
The virtual festival will be streamed all day long via our virtual main stage at IndyPride.org/Live.
RSVP using the “Get Tickets” button to receive entertainment updates and reminders about the event.
THIS EVENT IS FREE FOR ALL TO ACCESS!
All events will be hosted on virtual platforms like Twitch and Zoom that are free and do not require a download to access.
All information will be organized and accessible through the interactive virtual map located on the Indy Pride website.
ASL interpreters will be provided throughout the entire program.
Special thanks to Salesforce and our partners at Quit Now Indiana for proudly supporting this event.
Indy Pride supports healthy lifestyle choices and resources for our community members. If you or someone you know would like support or resources to quit tobacco, visit our friends at QuitNowIndiana.com or call their hotline at 1-800-QUIT-NOW.
Find them on Social Media at the links below:
Amazon John of Silly Safaris joined us today with a few fun and furry animal friends in tow.
He brought with him a fennec fox, which he says is the world’s smallest wild dog, Whopper the Wonder Terrier, and two young bunnies.
Amazon John says Silly Safaris is eager to perform birthday parties as well as preschools and/or summer camps, typically either outdoors or virtually.
He says, “Most libraries have opted for a virtual type of offerings and we have numerous options for that.”
They’ve also released a short Summer Reading Movie that’s available to libraries everywhere. It’s about a little girl whose imagination was broken, and it involves lots of Silly Safaris animals.
For more information from Amazon John, visit their website and Facebook.