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Greenwich Celebrates LGBTQ+ Pride 2024 on Sunday, June 2 at Town Hall

June 2 @ 1:00 pm

Elected officials, religious and community leaders, LGBTQ+ residents and allies to gather to honor Greenwich Pride

Greenwich is celebrating 2024 LGBTQ+ Pride on Sunday, June 2 at 1 p.m. at Greenwich Town Hall, Elected officials, religious and community leaders will gather with LGBTQ+ leaders and residents, families and allies to honor the kickoff to Pride Month with a formal program, Pride flag raising and activities for all.

WHO: Greenwich Pride Committee 
in collaboration with the Town of Greenwich is hosting an inspiring afternoon of programs and activities in support of honoring LGBTQ+ residents and our family and friends and allies.

Speakers include:

  • ·       Senator Ryan Fazio
  • ·       Rep. Hector Arzeno
  • ·       Rep. Rachel Khanna
  • ·       Rep. Steve Meskers
  • ·       First Selectman Fred Camillo
  • ·       Selectwoman Lauren Rabin
  • ·       Selectperson Janet Stone McGuigan
  • ·       Rev. Cheryl McFadden, Christ Church
  • ·       Rabbi Jordie Gerson, Greenwich Reform
  • ·       Triangle Community Center Board Member Colin Hosten
  • ·       Performance by singer/songwriter Greenwich native Jenny Goggin (Stage Name: TomboyJ)

First Selectman Fred Camillo will read the Proclamation declaring June LGBTQ Pride Month in Greenwich followed by the Pride flag raising.

WHERE: Greenwich Town Hall (101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT)

WHEN: Sunday, June 2, 2023; 1 PM (formal program and flag raising); through 3 PM (games and activities and ice cream)

WHY: LGBTQ+ people are Greenwich residents, family members, friends, neighbors, doctors and lawyers, teachers and first responders, essential workers and artists, parents and students, and so many other important members of our town. The rights of LGBTQ+ people, and transgender people in particular, remain under attack by extreme factions, including in this town. The need for visible allyship and education about LGBTQ+ lives and experiences and the need for equal rights and safety for our community is paramount. Our young adults remain most vulnerable and deserve affirming and safe environments to be their true selves.

Pride Month is an opportunity for us to come together as a community, celebrate and commit to creating a more equitable, fair and safe town and society for LGBTQ+ people to survive and thrive.

As it reads in the Greenwich Pride Proclamation that will be read by First Selectman Fred Camillo on June 2nd, “The Town of Greenwich proudly supports the rights of every citizen to experience equality and freedom from discrimination. The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) communities contribute to the cultural, civic and economic successes of the Town of Greenwich; and we as a society acknowledge the need for education and awareness to end discrimination and prejudice.”

VISUALS: Elected officials, religious and community leaders, families, residents, allies and LGBTQ+ people speaking and gathered at Town Hall. Pride Progress flag raising in front of Town Hall. Activities on the lawn adjacent to Town Hall.

MEDIA RSVP: By emailing [email protected].


The Greenwich Pride Committee is focused on creating a safe and inclusive space for LGBTQ+ residents and allies to celebrate Pride Month and our diverse identities and experiences throughout the year. Follow us at @greenwichpride on Instagram.


June 2
1:00 pm
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Greenwich Town Hall
101 Field Point Road
Greenwich, CT United States
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