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How to celebrate Pride Month in the Valley

Posted at 11:26 AM, Jun 03, 2019

PHOENIX Want to celebrate the start of Pride Month? Here’s a local list of events across the valley that are celebrating Pride all month long.

Pomo Pizzeria For the month of June, you can Rainbow Neapolitan pizza here. For every pizza sold, a portion will be donated to One-N-Ten which is a local non-profit that benefits LGBT youth.

Melrose Toastmasters  On June 12 & 26 you can attend a Toastmasters event. Meetings start at 7pm. Located at The Rock, 4129 N. 7th Ave, Phoenix in the Melrose District. 

Queer Me Out Event On June 13, you can head to the W Scottsdale for a live Q&A panels, check out some art, design, music and more. You must RSVP but it’s free to attend!

Pride Night with WNBA Phoenix Mercury -On June 14, receive a PRIDE Night placard when you buy a ticket in the lower area for the game which is at 7pm.

ONE Night Only @ Phoenix Art Museum On June 14, you can attend a special event with ONE Community Foundation that celebrates the LGBT community. There will be live music, drinks, and food. Tickets are $75.

History Underground: Gay History Edition On June 17, learn some LGBT Arizona History at the Valley Bar off Central Avenue in Phoenix at 7pm. Tickets are $5.

Arizona Diamondbacks Pride Night June 21st the D-Backs will be playing the San Fran Giants. Tickets are $25 and up which comes with a D-Backs Pride baseball shirt. It will also include a firework show

Alzheimer’s Disease & The LGBT+ Community Conference On June 28, you can attend the conference which is free at the Community Church of Hope at 121 N. 7 Avenue, Phoenix at 8:30am to 12pm.