Pride is celebrated throughout the county by many different organizations, partners, companies, groups and allies. During the month of the July, there are many different events to support your community.
The following events are hosted by our many partners and friends. We encourage you to take a look at what events may interest you and show your PRIDE!
San Diego Pride proudly features an “Artist of the Month” at our office and hosts a reception every second Saturday of the month. We welcome all to stop by to take a look at the art currently on display.
The Latino Unity Coalition invites you to their Orlando Memorial. It’s time to heal and unite the community to support the LGBTQ Latino/Latina/Latinx Community in San Diego.
Grieving Post-Orlando: Join Us for an Evening of Sharing Art, Connection and Reflection
When: Tuesday, July 12th at 6PM – 8PM
Where: Mental Health America of San Diego County, 4069 30th St, San Diego, CA 92104
Cost: Admission is free
Community members are encouraged to participate by bringing expressions of healing art: poetry, photos, paintings and songs. If you wish to share your artistic response to the recent tragedy, contact: [email protected] Art is a powerful healing force. Let’s gather together to honor the victims and their families, acknowledge our loss and consequent grief, and share abundant support.
Join elected officials, interfaith leaders, and San Diego’s LGBT community to witness the Cathedral’s second annual ceremonial lighting of its rainbow exterior to kick off Pride Week.
FilmOut San Diego is showing “The Birdcage,” director Mike Nichols’ hilarious remake of La Cage Aux Folles. Armand Goldman (Robin Williams) owns a popular drag nightclub in South Miami Beach. His long-time lover Albert (Nathan Lane) stars there as Starina. “Their” son Val (actually Armand’s by his one heterosexual fling, twenty years before) comes home to announce his engagement to Barbara Keely (Calista Flockhart), daughter of Kevin Keely (Gene Hackman), US Senator, and vice president of the Committee for Moral Order…
Community Housing Works and the San Diego LGBT Community Center invite you to join us in celebrating the groundbreaking of 76 affordable apartments in North Park. Open to all seniors, this development is a collaboration with the San Diego LGBT Community Center to provide an affirming and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender seniors.
For More Information and to RSVP: [email protected] (RSVPs preferred by July 8th)
Do you know where the early gay bars were? Have you read the hate crimes plaque? Have you looked at the base of the flag pole? Have you peeked into the secret garden? Revisit Hillcrest’s rich history on Lambda Archives Walking tour.
What to bring: Comfortable shoes. Each tour is about 2.5 miles and takes 2 to 2.5 hours.
Questions? Call Walter Meyer at 619-260-1522 or email [email protected] for more information.
Mission Bay Drive. Drive west towards the bay. Turn left (south) on East Mission Bay Drive. Drive 0.2 miles and turn right into parking lot. We will be near the blue-roofed gazebo. (The Hilton Hotel is south of our gathering.) Lost? Call Patti Nussbaum at 858-349-9043.
Join us as we joyfully welcome children and adults of all ages to our pride-filled Shabbat service. Rabbi Yael Ridberg and Song Leader Marshall Voit will lead this inclusive and musical Kabbalat Shabbat experience celebrating the Jewish LGBTQ community, friends and family.
What to bring: Dinner for yourself, a dessert item to share, lawn chair or blanket.
For More Information and to RSVP: Phone: 858-268-3674 ext. 101
Email: [email protected]
Please join the organizers of San Diego Trans Pride for their third annual event on Friday which is free and open to all! This event will be interpreted in American Sign Language and is wheelchair accessible. Food and BBQ will be served from 1:30PM to 5:30PM with an open mic session from 5:30 to 6:30PM.