This year's New York Pride Month celebrations include a Family Movie Night that gives children and LGBT families a chance to join in the celebrations. Although Pride Month events are meant to be inclusive and accessible to everyone, the majority of activities are geared towards adults. This outdoor movie screening gives children a chance to get out and join in the Pride Month festivities.
The Family Movie Night is being held on June 21st on Hudson River Park's Pier 63. The event will consist of a screening of the Disney-Pixar film 'Toy Story, with commentary provided by host Miss Richfield 1981. The event is completely free for LGBT families, giving parents a great opportunity to include their children in Pride Month celebrations. There is also a premium seating experience available that includes reserved blanket seating, pillows, snacks and refreshments.
The event demonstrates how Pride Month is gradually evolving to include people of all ages.
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This Pride Month Movie Night is Meant for Children and LGBT Families
- By: Katherine PendrillJun 21, 2016