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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Bellingham Pride 2018 Preview

By Grace Taylor

Join the city in celebrating the LGBTQ community with this year’s annual Pride Parade. Starting near Bellingham High School and finishing on Railroad Avenue at Market Depot Square, this family-friendly and all-inclusive event takes place on Sunday beginning at noon and concluding around 1 p.m. You can register to participate in the parade by emailing parade@bhampride.org. Whether you participate or watch from the sidelines, this event is at the heart of Bellingham Pride’s celebration.

There are a collection of other events taking place in Bellingham this weekend to go along with Pride. Click on the Pride flag icons on the map below to find events going on around town.

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Map created by Gwen Roley.

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