thank you, edmonton!
We wanted to thank everyone who helped make #yegpride 2016 another huge success, including our crucial volunteers! It's unfortunate and tragic that we end our Pride Festival on such a sad note, but our thoughts and prayers continue to be with those victims and their families in Orlando. #Pride
take our feedback survey!
So, what did you think?! The Edmonton Pride Parade and Pride in the Park have come and gone for another year, and we hope you enjoyed yourself as much as we did. Please partake in our feedback survey, which also allows us to continue to make our festival the best it can be every single year! We really appreciate your time! #yegpride
igla championships in yeg!
The International Gay and Lesbian Aquatics Championships are coming to Edmonton for 2016! "We have a world class pool, world class hospitality, and fabulous world class parties planned," the IGLA says. The tournament will take place from August 8-12th at the Kinsmen Sports Centre (9100 Walterdale Hill). #yegpride
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The 2016 Edmonton Pride Parade will return to its original home in Old Strathcona on June 4th! It will begin at 108th Street and Whyte Avenue, and then turn left onto 104th Street and up to the End of Steel Park! We are proud to announce that our Parade Grand Marshal for 2016 will be Edmonton's Making Waves Aquatics Club! #yegpride
The Edmonton Pride Festival Society endeavors to unify and educate by celebrating gender and sexual diversity through a sustainable annual festival and year-round community outreach within our Capital Region.
The Edmonton Pride Festival is almost entirely run by volunteers and would be impossible to make happen without them, plain and simple. We appreciate every single one of them, and we're always looking for more to join the team! If you're interested in signing up for the next Pride Festival, or maybe even joining the Board of Directors, please contact us. You can also help out the EPFS by donating or signing up as a sponsor! We need you!
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