Bowmanville Rainbow Crosswalk Dedication June 13th

Published April 27, 2019 by
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Thursday, June 13th, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 7:30 pm
John M James School
175 Mearns Ave, Bowmanville, ON L1C 4S6

First Rainbow Crosswalk in the Durham Region
Clarington Makes History

Saturday April 27, 2019

Clarington, ON — Everyone at PFLAG Canada Durham Region congratulate the Municipality of Clarington for deciding to show its support and pride for LGBTQ communities by painting Durham’s first rainbow crosswalk – Mearns venue and Apple Blossom Blvd, Bowmanville Ont. Thursday June 13th 2019 7.00 PM

Highly renowned cities such as, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal have painted rainbow crosswalks as symbolism of inclusion within its communities. From then until now, Durham Region continued to face denial of this opportunity. Bowmanville is finally able to make Durham Region History by defying the odds.

We would like to recognize the sponsors who made this possible: Municipality of Clarington, Rotary Club of Bowmanville, Rockin’ Rotary Ribs and Brews Bowmanville, Kawartha Pine Ridge District School, Kawartha Cone, The Nook Realty Inc., Canadian Parents for French Bowmanville and Pride Durham.

Attend the one and only chance to see the ceremony and ribbon cutting of the first Rainbow Crosswalk in Durham Region. Thursday June 13th 2019 7.00 PM

About Rainbow Crosswalk
Rainbow crosswalks are a way for towns and cities to express support and acceptance for the LGBTQ communities residing in them. The very first permanent rainbow crosswalk in Canada was the Vancouver Rainbow Crosswalks, July 29, 2013.

‘pflag canada durham region supports all persons within our reach with their journeys through gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation. We seek to provide education and resources to the greater Durham community to help encourage inclusion, diversity and equity.’

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