Register for the 2009 Boston Pride Parade and Festival!
Hello past Parade and Festival Participants,
The applications for the 2009 Boston Pride Parade and Festival are now online.
The Boston Pride Committee realizes that the current economic climate has put
a strain on many and we have worked diligently to either reduce some of the rates
or keep them the same as last year. With your participation, dedication and energy,
we are committed to making Pride 2009 a wonderful celebration of our community!
You can register online at www.bostonpride.org/parade
and www.bostonpride.org/festival, and we
encourage you to do so before March 1st to receive the steepest discounts
on your registration.
We canít wait to see you there!
The Boston Pride Committee
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The Boston Pride Committee meets on Tuesdays at 6:30pm in the Wainwright Bank Community Room, 155 Dartmouth Street in Boston (next to Back Bay T Station). Meetings are open to anyone and we welcome your participation. Visit our website for a listing of upcoming meetings.
About Boston Pride |
The Boston Pride Committee is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Meet the Board of Directors and the Chairs of the Committee:
Keri Aulita - Vice President, Board of Directors
Cookie Belcamino - JP Block Party Chair
Sylvain Bruni - Board of Directors
Malcolm Carey - Board of Directors
Linda DeMarco - President, Board of Directors
Sean Duggan - Community Outreach Chair
Pierce Durkin - Clerk, Board of Directors
Kristie Helms - Board of Directors
Wilfred Labiosa - Board of Directors
Heather Mills - Logistics Chair
Cale Moore - Merchandise Chair
Cat Sauer - Festival Chair
Liz Stewart - Media / PR Chair
Michael Young - Pride Day at Faneuil Hall Chair
"The Boston Pride Committee, serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and allied community, works to enhance the visibility of Boston's LGBT community through a week of events each June, in conjunction with year-round activities, to promote LGBT awareness, dignity, and understanding."