20th Anniversary of OutFest

. September 1, 2015.

After the recent same-sex marriage ruling by the US Supreme Court, this year’s celebration is a very special 20th anniversary, with the same pride, combined with a commemoration of change. The festival honors the fluidity of gender identity and sexual orientation and the many diverse ways it manifests—be it L,G,B or T—with music, dancing, food and educational workshops in an alcohol free space. Join the queer and allied community at the locally loved Braun Court.

Wednesday, October 2-Friday, October 4. Time TBA.
327 Braun Ct. 
734-585-5440 | brauncourt.com

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