Denver PrideFest 2012 will be held June 16th and 17th at Civic Center Park.
Saturday, 8am - 7pm (Volunteers on the first shift are asked to set up at approx. 8am.)
Sunday, 9:30am - 8pm (Volunteers on the last shift are asked to stay until booth is broken down.)
=>If you're interested in volunteering at the Libertarian Party outreach booth at the Denver PrideFest on either Saturday or Sunday, please contact Christine Hartman at 720.545.4182.<=
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Libertarians love the Denver PrideFest. The LGBT community and their supporters has a great time assisting folks with the World's Smallest Political Quiz. Libertarian activists will be on hand to answer questions about the Libertarian party and how it is the perfect political party for gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgendered citizens of Colorado.
Many in the GLBT community are registered Democrat, and voted for President Barack Obama. Disgruntled member's of the GLBT community are wondering who they should vote for. Many are convinced the Republican candidates are not a good fit (like Mitt Romney). Governor Gary Johnson give the LGBT community an choice for President of the United States (POTUS) that fits their political philosophy.
=>Josh Gilliland is a Libertarian running for US Congress in Colorado’s 4th Congressional District. Josh will be joining the outreach booth on Saturday. Stop by to meet Josh, and talk to him about today's most pressing issues. Josh Gilliland is devoted to creating smaller government, allowing us more liberty. Find out more about him at www.joshgforliberty.com
The Coors Light PrideFest parade steps off from Cheesman park at 9.30am and proceeds down Colfax into Civic Center Park. (Not sure which day, as the web site does not indicate.)
Produced by the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center of Colorado (The Center), Denver PrideFest is now the third largest pride festival, and seventh largest pride parade in the United States.
Denver PrideFest takes place annually in June in downtown Civic Center Park. PrideFest features the CoorsLight PrideFest Parade, a Dance Stage with DJs, a Country Stage with line-dancing lessons, a Latin Stage with cultural programming, and the Main Stage with live entertainment, and plenty of celebrating both days.
The festival also features more than 250 vendor booths with arts, crafts, food and more. We provide a VIP area with food and drinks for sponsors and contributors to enjoy, and there's also a family area, youth alley, and a transgender resource area.
PrideFest also provides a $25 million dollar economic impact to the City of Denver annually, as reported in a 2009 survey conducted by Birchill Enterprises.
The mission of Denver PrideFest is to create a fun, safe and empowering space to celebrate and promote the heritage and culture of the LGBT and allied community in Colorado.