Celebrate PRIDE

Bring your picnic blankets, picnic basket, or visit a local establishment and bring your take out! Enjoy games, performances, information tables and more to help us celebrate PRIDE in our town!

WHEN: FRIDAY, JUNE 15
Rain location: Gold Gym, Columbia Middle School

TIME: 4PM-7PM

WHERE: COLUMBIA PARK, BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ

WHO: Family Fun event. All are welcome.

COST: FREE

REGISTER HERE

Register to receive 5 raffle tickets to earn special prizes during the Celebrate PRIDE event. Please present your ticket to the Berkeley Heights YMCA table at the event to receive your raffle tickets.

Questions? Contact Francesca Garrard (P) 908 464 8373 ext. 2020 (E) francesca.garrard@thesay.org

Contact Information
  1. Francesca Garrard
  2. 9084648373 ext. 2020
  3. Francesca.Garrard@theSAY.org
Fri, June 15
4:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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Bring your picnic blankets, picnic basket, or visit a local establishment and bring your take out! Enjoy games, performances, information tables and more to help us celebrate PRIDE in our town!

WHEN: FRIDAY, JUNE 15
Rain location: Gold Gym, Columbia Middle School

TIME: 4PM-7PM

WHERE: COLUMBIA PARK, BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ

WHO: Family Fun event. All are welcome.

COST: FREE

REGISTER ...

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