Ignatius Catholic Church, Chapel of Grace (740 North Calvert Street). RSVP required to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. New Wave Singers presents Connected: Music to Bring Us Together, from to p.m.at Emmanuel Episcopal Church (811 Cathedral Street).
If one is not interested in indicating a preference or doesn’t care, she can indicate choose “all” or “none”.
Foster care information session with Baltimore City and Baltimore County Departments of Social Services from noon to 2 p.m. The second annual Baltimore Pride Community Outreach, with a focus on homelessness and poverty, at the Ynot Lot (1904 North Charles Street), 1 to 6 p.m. at Grace United Methodist Church (5407 North Charles Street). Orgullo Latino Pride Night, hosted by IRIS (Individuality, Respect, Integrity, and Sexuality), at Flavor (15 East Centre Street), from 9 p.m. at the GLCCB (2530 North Charles Street, third floor). Remembering Orlando Silent Procession and Vigil, sponsored by Faith Communities of Baltimore with Pride, 7 to 8 p.m. RSVP required to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. Queer Activism in the Age of Trump, a workshop, to p.m.
Information on the process, followed by Sunday Family Free Day at the BMA from 2 to 5 p.m. An annual Pride Prayer Service will be held at the St. The Pride Bar Crawl starts at the Baltimore Eagle (2022 North Charles Street) at 5 p.m. Look for a cookout with lots of food, clothing, hygiene items, music, free haircuts, free makeup, HIV & hepatitis C testing, motivational speakers, and more. The annual King and Queen of Pride Revue Show, featuring current and former Kings and Queens of Baltimore Pride and honoring the roaring 20s, at the Baltimore Eagle (2022 North Charles Street). Gather at Homewood Friends Meeting (3107 North Charles Street), with procession ending at the Cathedral of the Incarnation. at the GLCCB (2530 North Charles Street, third floor, room 2).
They come from all over, in all shapes, sizes, types AND ages. Tasteful humor and a light-hearted demeanor go a long way.
Surprisingly, it’s not all women in one age group who attend. To keep the conversation going, we offer a list of “sample questions,” that include provocative questions like, “If you could be a superhero, what would your super power be?