Community BBQ just one of many Guelph Pride events
Guelph Pride officially kicked things off over the weekend with a community BBQ and flag raising event at Guelph City Hall on Saturday, April 29. According to their website, “Guelph Pride celebrates diversity in safer spaces by providing education, programming and visibility with the LGBTQ2S+ community in Guelph and Wellington County.”
The co-chairs of Guelph Pride, Stevie Forbes-Roberts and Hazel Moore, were joined by many in the Guelph community.
A bouncy castle and face painting were among many family-friendly activities. The event also included booths for entertainment and education.
The event also included booths for entertainment and education.
Guelph Pride began on Friday, April 28 and concludes on Sunday, May 7, offering a wide range of events for the Guelph community.
Photos by Heather Gilmore.