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Jersey Gay Pride

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September 12, 2021, noon6 pm.


We invite you to New Jersey’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning and allies PRIDE celebration! Come out and be surrounded by FAMILY, FRIENDS and CHILDREN and UNITE. BRING YOUR BLANKETS, CHAIRS AND TABLES.

Where Is The Festival?
The Festival will take place at Cooper River Park, North Park Drive at the Victims of Terrorism. GPS users are recommended to type in the following address, which is located directly across from the Festival: 7001 North Park Drive, Cherry Hill, NJ.
What Is Pride and Why Do We Celebrate It?
Gay pride, LGBTQA pride or simply pride is a positive stance against discrimination and violence toward the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community to promote their self-affirmation, increase their visibility as a social group, build community and celebrate sexual diversity and gender variance. Each year the Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride Committee takes this time to educate our community on prominent issues within the community. The concentration of the Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride Committee is anti-bullying sponsored by Comcast.
Who’s Invited?
EVERYONE who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, non-binary, and allies to come out to among FAMILY, FRIENDS and CHILDREN and UNITE. 100+ vendors, games, and entertainment. Delicious food vendors with delicious platters, ice cream, decadent desserts, and vegan cuisine.
This event is free and open to the public.
What To Expect?
South New Jersey LGBTQA Pride regularly attracts hundreds of individuals and families, community organizations and neighborhoods throughout the New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania regions. Many pride visitors are between the ages of 16 and 65 with young children. Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride is the only and largest LGBTQ event in Southern New Jersey. As of September 5th, we have over 1,500 RSVPs! This will be our biggest year yet!
There will be a professional photographer and videographer on site throughout the entire event.


Cooper River Park Victims of Terrorism Site, 7000 N. Park Drive
Cherry Hill, 08109

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