Pride Week is more than just a parade and festival, it’s about our entire Buffalo community coming together to celebrate LGBTQ+ culture and identity. We all celebrate Pride in different ways, which is why you’ll find a wide range of events to support during Buffalo Pride Week. Take a look at the calendar below for information on each unique event.
We are promoting non-crowd-based programming that encourages and uplifts LGBTQ+ people in Western New York while keeping everyone safe. All affirming organizations, businesses and individuals can join us in celebrating 2021 Buffalo Pride Week by sharing their safe and lawful Pride activities. Any in-person events and activities shared on our event page or calendar must comply with current federal, state and local COVID-19 laws, regulations, and safety guidelines.
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Buffalo Art Movement (BAM!) is proud to honor LGBTQ+ artists from WNY who throughout history have created a body of work that celebrates queer identity. The significance of their work continues to pave the road for a new generation of artists that will further enhance the contributions of the LGBTQ+ community to the art world. Part of the BAM! experience is to ensure that your health and safety is of priority, guests are encouraged to make a reservation before visiting…Learn more
Buffalo Pride Week wants YOU to deck your homes and businesses in the most colorful and jubilant Pride decorations you can find to remind our beautiful community that Pride week is here. In this “reverse parade” (instead of floats going by houses, we decorate the houses as we would floats!), we want to show everyone our support for the LGBTQ+ community during Buffalo Pride Week. The “Home Sweet Pride” event encourages our community to decorate homes, businesses, apartments and even…Learn more
Shout it out! We want LGBTQ+ voices to be heard during Buffalo Pride Week. Take to social media to tell us what Pride means to you in a post, tagging @buffaloprideweek and using the hashtag #buffaloprideweek. What you contribute can be as unique as you are, a relevant song, meme, quote—whatever uplifts you as a member or ally of the LGBTQ+ community. Throughout Buffalo Pride Week, we will be sharing your posts, so keep them coming. We know that Pride…Learn more
Come visit Explore & More - The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Children's Museum located at Canalside as we celebrate Pride Week as we get decked out for the reverse parade! This family-friendly attraction is open to all. Check out our Facebook and Instagram as we post Storytimes that celebrate the beauty and diversity of the LGBTQIA+ community!Learn more
The New York State Committee on Women in the Courts 8th Judicial District Gender and Racial Fairness Committee, the Richard C. Failla LGBTQ Commission of the New York State Courts, and the Erie County SOGIE (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression) Committee Present: Unicorns in the Forest, Not Everything is Magical: Issues of LGBTQ+ Youth in Foster Care - A Virtual Lunch and Learn Panel Program. LGBTQ+ youth in the foster care system face many challenges. Our panel has a…Learn more
It's June and we are celebrating Pride with Figgy Pudding! Watch as Figgy reads "When Aiden Became a Brother" by Kyle Lukoff, published by Lee & Low. Want more? Tune into the Library's youtube channel as Figgy shares more stories and answers kids’ questions about being a Drag Queen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLvW-ArNH0Q As part of Pride Month, today's reading is about gender identity. Based on the publisher’s (Lee & Low) suggestion, it is best suited for age 5 and up, however children…Learn more
Pride House supports Adoption STAR because Adoption STAR supports the LGBTQIA+ community! Adoption is one of the primary ways the Queer community becomes a family. When you visit Pride House Buffalo, consider making a donation to Adoption STAR and helping to further access to adoption for members of the Queer community. Adoption STAR is a local WNY agency dedicated to supporting ALL families as they grow through adoption. They have earned the 2020 Human Rights Campaign's "All Children, All Families"…Learn more
NIAGARA PRIDE’S LGBTQ+ RAINBOW GARDEN...we will be assembling on Saturday, June 5, 2021 @ 11AM at Power City Eatery to begin putting together the LGBTQ+ Rainbow Garden. Any volunteers interested in helping, please contact us. We also are in need of donations to fund this project. If you’d like to donate, please visit www.niagarapride.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.Learn more
Jamestown Pride Fests starts at 9:30 a.m. with a Pride flag raising and Pulse Anniversary Remembrance Ceremony on Tracy Plaza with Mayor Eddie Sundquist. Tracy Plaza is located at 200 East Third Street. Jamestown Pride will be part of the Jamestown Public Market from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Pride-themed tents will feature activities such as a “Gender Bread Person” booth, Drag Time Story Hour, and a Pronoun Button tent. The Public Market is located on West Third Street between…Learn more
Disclaimer of Liability and Indemnification: Buffalo Pride Week has created this calendar site as a public service to post third-party event information. Buffalo Pride Week, The Evergreen Health Foundation and its affiliated entities, hereinafter “Buffalo Pride Week”, has no affiliation with the listed third-party events or activities and makes no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, regarding the accuracy, adequacy, validity, reliability, availability or completeness of any information on this site. Organizers of third-party events and activities listed on our event page or calendar (hereinafter, “Organizers”) and their attendees assume all liability in connection with the listed event or activity and, in exchange for listing such event or activity on our site, Organizers agree to indemnify Buffalo Pride Week, its employees, representatives, assignees, officers, trustees and agents from any and all claims brought against Buffalo Pride Week or Organizers in connection with any of the listed third-party events or activities. Buffalo Pride Week assumes no liability, of any kind, for the listed third-party events or activities and is not responsible for any losses or damages of any kind incurred in connection with the listed third-party events or activities, the use of this site, or for any reliance on any information provided on this site. Use of this site and attendance at any third-party event posted on this site is solely at your own risk. Organizers of third-party events and activities agree that they are responsible for and will comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and safety guidelines, including but not limited to, those that apply to COVID-19. Buffalo Pride Week expressly disclaims all liability for Organizers’ compliance with COVID-19 applicable laws, regulations and safety guidelines. Organizers of third-party events and activities are not permitted to use the name or logo of Buffalo Pride week without the express written permission of Buffalo Pride Week and shall not represent that their event is promoted, endorsed, supported, or sponsored by Buffalo Pride Week, or held in conjunction therewith, without the express written permission of Buffalo Pride Week.