CANCELLED: Rolling LGBTQ+ Pride Parade in Framingham June 13

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Organizers announced on June 9 that the parade would be cancelled.

FRAMINGHAM – In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Pride Day movement, Framingham will celebrate Pride with a festive Rolling Pride Parade on Saturday, June 13, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Join OUT MetroWest and other local organizations as we celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with decorated vehicles, music, and joy. 

Because of the pandemic, we ask that people not gather in public. 

The Rolling Pride Parade will be televised and livestreamed for those who wish to watch.

The parade starts at 7 Bishop Street at SMOC HQ and goes down Grant Street, down Route 126 to the Memorial Building and down Union Avenue to Lexington Street and then heads down Lincoln Street to Concord Street and back to Grant Street to SMOC HQ.

To ensure proper social distancing and safety, space is limited and free advance registration is required for those who wish to be part of The Rolling Pride Parade.

For more information and to register, go to:tinyurl.com/pridecars

For questions about the event, please contact Kim Comatas at KimComatas@gmail.com.

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