Are you looking for company to march with this Pride? Well, you’re in luck! Outhouse LGBT+ Community and Resource Centre are hosting an event where you can find your Pride buddy!
Maybe it’s your first Pride, you want some company to march with or want to make some new friends, all are welcome at this free event. With this amazing event, there is no need to walk alone this Pride.
Maybe it's your first Pride, or you're looking for some company to march with? Outhouse is running an event to make sure no one needs to march alone this Pride https://t.co/JB1cVe3lXe #DublinPride #Pride2019 #pride pic.twitter.com/eYQ8Pzd2yZ
— Outhouse (@Outhouse_Dublin) June 22, 2019
When you go into Outhouse just tell them you would like to join the event at the reception and a greeter will walk you in and introduce you to your new Pride pals. The event will take place in the friendly surroundings of the library.
Find Your Pride Buddy is taking place in Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1 from 11am to 1pm on the morning of Pride June 29. It is a non-alcoholic event. You can find more information about the event here.
The Outhouse Cafe will also be serving breakfast from 10am to 12pm with vegan options available and a fantastic atmosphere guaranteed. Why not enjoy a breakfast with your new-found friends and get ready for the remainder of your day at Outhouse?
Outhouse is a community and resource centre for LGBT+ people, their families, and friends. Their primary goal is to offer a safe space for people to inform, meet, organise and make things happen. Outhouse is very often the first point of contact for people into the LGBT+ community and also the place in which lots of groups and organisations have started off in.
Find Your Pride Buddy and the Pride Breakfast hosted by Outhouse are two of the huge range of events that are happening as part of Dublin Pride. Other events include LGBT+ tours of the National Gallery, Vogue Ball hosted by drag collective Mockie Ah and loads of Pride parties! You can find more information about these events and more here.
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