Pride San Antonio invites the community to celebrate pride, hope, and diversity at this year's Pride Bigger Than Texas Parade and Festival. The Pride Bigger Than Texas Festival will begin at 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. at Crockett Park. Krystal Kelly Running of the Queens High Heel Race will start at 8:30 p.m. Pride Bigger Than Texas Parade starts at 9 p.m.
Written by Kristen Ruby C… on May 31 2022 - 12:34pm
From their website: Team registration is $75 Choose between Beginner & Advanced Brackets Includes 1hr Practice/Warm-up & paddles and balls Participants receive an official Pride Center t-shirt Prizes for the 1st, 2nd place and last place team Click here for more information.
Written by Texas Tribune on Mar 27 2022 - 3:59pm
By Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune On Saturday morning, the courtyard at Eastside Early College High School in Austin looks like a “rainbow threw up,” according to Melissa Kender. There are rainbow flags, rainbow pins, rainbow dresses and shirts and face paint. Kender, an assistant principal at Dobie Middle School, wears a t-shirt proclaiming “Dobie Pride” in rainbow letters.
Written by Rachael Graham on Sep 23 2021 - 2:46pm
From the PRIDE San Antonio website: San Antonio QFest is committed to bringing awareness of the LGBTQ community to the greater San Antonio region. To achieve this goal the festival will showcase film pieces of art which will illustrate the community by being created for, by, or about the LGBTQ community. http://www.pridesanantonio.org/sa-qfest-film-festival.html
Join a night of conversation and expression. A message from a community of creatives on what justice looks like. June is a special month because we mark two important events in history; Juneteenth and The Stonewall Riots which are milestones along the path of justice and equality. 8 Artist, 10 values and infinite visions for a just future. The event is adhering to safety requirements regarding COVID-19 per the venue's policies. Social Distancing and masks are required for the event and the event will have a limited capacity.
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-IdFkcgRSp6luxqbWtUDxA?fbclid=IwAR3mma64qKXgx5etnGN1nHaSBbRdXXhA7S1-NEWDa9SACL8AiO_idkYBmvI
Written by admin_charlotteanne on Jul 6 2016 - 6:08pm
This week: San Antonio hits a Level Two Heat Advisory, what the new anti-idling ordinance means; more on the Brackenridge Park draft master plan and a look back at San Antonio Pride festival and parade. : Extreme Heat
Written by CarissaRosalie on Jun 14 2016 - 12:56pm
Inside the moment of one of America’s greatest tragedies, local, transgender comedian, Joan Riviera, had one piece of advice: “Don’t let fear overcome the day.” Just hours after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, San Antonio community members, including civic leaders, LGBT leaders and their allies, organized a vigil in Crockett Park to mourn the 50 lives lost at an Orlando nightclub and stand in solidarity.
Written by B Kay Richter on Jun 13 2016 - 4:02pm
San Antonio residents and community leaders held a vigil June 12 for the victims killed at an Orlando night club that morning. Here are some images from the gathering: