Virtual Out! Raleigh Pride 2020 Schedule

Out Raleigh Pride Virtual 2020

Virtual Schedule

Multiple platforms may appear for streamed virtual events. If there are streaming difficulties on one, please try another one! To participate in a workshop on Zoom, please register in advance. To observe, please join the live stream.

Friday, August 7th
Poetry Reading & Workshop with Anole Halper @ 6pm
Not available via Live Stream
Cheers for Queers @ 9pm
Featuring DJ Luxe Posh

Saturday, August 8th
Drag Queen Story Hour @ 10am
featuring Amazing Grace partnered with Dix Park Conservancy


Know the Center @ 11am
Featuring....
Kori, Lindsey, Casey, Les, Lora, and Laura representing several Center program. It's not too late to view it on Facebook!

Community Partners Panel @ 12:30pm
Lindsey Lughes, Executive Director of the LGBT Center of Raleigh, interviews...
HIStory, HERstory, THEMstory @ 2pm
Want to know more about historical figures, identities, and pronouns? Join us Saturday at 2pm on Zoom to learn!
Voter Info Session @ 3:30pm
Featuring Erica Porter of the Wake County Board of Elections

Youth Pride Prom @ 6pm
Register
Not available via Live Stream
SAGE Dance Party @ 7:30pm
Zoom
Not available via Live Stream
Sunday, August 9th
Connections Service @ 9:30am
Featuring Randy Lewis, Chair of the LGBT Center of Raleigh's Board

WorkOUT! @ 10:30am
(WorkOUT! is the ONLY in-person event happening! Don’t worry, social distancing is mandatory. This will be a FREE outdoor workout session with a strict limit of 15 people so please sign up early!)
Homebuying Workshop @ 11am



Performance by SunQueen Kelcey @ 2pm
Major! Film Showing @ 3pm
Not available via Live Stream
Community Accountability Workshop @ 5:30pm
A topic that isn't talked about enough. Please join us for a workshop on the LGBTQ+ community, accountability, and interpersonal harm.
Not available via Live Stream
Grand Finale Show @ 8pm
Featuring Tesoro, Teagress, Miss B Haven, Miss Dabus and Kali Fuchis. A collective of Triangle Drag artists working to expand the drag binary by putting on queer and BIPOC-centered shows.