Celebrating their 37th year, The LGBTQ community and their allies, are rallying together in a two-day long celebration, to honor and commemorate their struggles and celebrate love and acceptance. The festival is a burst of color and life. It is full of nothing but positive vibes. Over 35,000 people attend the event each year. With over 2,000 participants; the parade itself starts at 3rd street and ends at Steele Indian School Park, where the heart of the festival continues. The parade includes vibrantly decorated floats, vehicles and cheerful and dancing walkers.  They even accommodate the parade... Read More