Gay Pride

Dallas celebrates LGBT Pride Month

Dallas celebrates LGBT Pride Month

Dallas has a number of resources and services to support its gay community, and the list just keeps getting longer. Dallas Pride Month began in June 2011 and hopes to be bigger and better in 2013.

Pam Gerber, a member of Councilwoman Delia Jasso’s LGBT Task Force, is excited about the group's progress. “Thanks to the leadership of the task force and Delia Jasso, we now have a very high-profile June Pride Month,” Gerber said in an interview with the Dallas Voice. “It certainly has become a big thing that we’re very, very proud of.”

The city is celebrating its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in June with a spate of fun and educational activities for the whole family. 

Saturday, June 8, 10 am-6 pm

Mindful and Kind Art Exhibit (in partnership with Bath House Cultural Center), at White Rock Hills Branch Library

Wednesday, June 12, noon

Lunch & Learn: Stonewall Book Awards Lecture, at J. Erik Jonsson Central Library Auditorium

Wednesday, June 19, 6 pm

Solid Talk: Building Confidence in You, at Oak Lawn Branch Library

Saturday, June 22, 1-4 pm

First Rainbow Family Day, at J. Erik Jonsson Central Library Children’s Center

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Dallas has celebrated Pride Month in June since 2011.