Friday, June 27, 2014

Weekend @PrideToronto Marches 2014

#Toronto marches on with the Dyke March on Saturday, June 28 and the WorldPride Parade on Sunday, June 29. The Streetfair and Arts & Culture Festival continues from June 27-29 featuring drag artists and burlesque on stage in the Church-Wellesley Village.
The Toronto Eaton Centre Play the Parks with Pride - Work's a Drag performance in Trinty Park

Saturday's Dyke March begins in Allan Gardens at 1pm:
"Welcome to Pride Toronto's annual Dyke March. The Dyke March is a grassroots event where women and trans people in LGBTTIQQ2SA communities take over the streets of Toronto. The Dyke March is not a parade - it is a political demonstration of critical mass; a moment seized to revel in the strength, diversity and passion of LGBTTIQQ2SA women and trans folk. We encourage groups to work within the theme for Pride Week 2014 in order to express their values. Raise your voice! Join us as we celebrate our diversity, our passion and our pride. The Dyke March is organized by the Dyke March Committee, based on the Guiding Principles created from the 2006/2007 Community Consultations. The Dyke March Committee, the Dyke March, and all other events organized by the Dyke March Committee are trans inclusive.

The massive Sunday Parade starts at 1pm from Church Street:
"This year, Toronto celebrates 34 years of Pride and the excitement of hosting WorldPride 2014. From the corner of Church St and Bloor St all the way down Yonge St to Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto's LGBTTIQQ2SA communities will dance to celebrate our victories, march to honour our losses, and RISE UP to keep moving forward.

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