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Equinox Parade & Festival 2011

By Staff · June 22nd, 2011 · Special
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Thursday, July 7

2011 Cincy Pride Interfaith Service

The Unitarian Universalist Council of Greater Cincinnati will present an evening of music, inspirational readings, prayers and rituals from Christian, Jewish, Buddhist, Native American, Pagan and many other religious traditions under the theme, “Together in a Spirit of Love.” 7 p.m. St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church, 320 Resor Ave., Clifton.

Friday, July 8

Cincinnati Pride Pub Crawl

Three shuttles will be escorting revelers around Cincinnati’s favorite nightspots, including the Millennium Hotel, Simon Says, Bronz, Serpent, Club Nonta, Rosie’s, 701, Blue Bar, Yadda Club, Bar Monet, Crazy Fox, On Broadway, Main Event, Neons Unplugged, Milton’s Tavern, Below Zero Lounge, Roxie’s, Shooters and The Dock Complex.

A $10 wristband gets you on the bus from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. The shuttle will remain at each stop for approximately 20-25 minutes. For starting points and more information, visit www.equinoxcincinnati.com.

Saturday, July 9

Northern Kentucky Pride

The second-annual Northern Kentucky Pride Festival will feature performances from nationally and locally known female impersonators, local bands and artists as well as presentations from organizations and businesses throughout the region. The event will include a “Kids Zone” with face-painting, clowns, stilt walkers and various carnival-type games. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Goebel Park, Philadelphia and Sixth Street, Covington, www.nkypride.org.

Sunday, July 10

Cincinnati Pride Parade & Festival

The parade starts at 1 p.m. and weaves its way through downtown, ending at Fountain Square, where eating, drinking, shopping and celebrating will ensue. There will be performances and opportunities to learn more about Cincinnati’s GLBT community. 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Fountain Square.

 
 
 
 

 

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