PRIDE Sunday Activities

Drag Queen Story Hour

Sunday, September 22, 2019
Begins at 10:00a

FREE event

New Haven Pride Center Library
84 Orange Street, New Haven

Family-friendly time hasn’t had this much character – join us for a fabulous New Haven edition of the popular national phenomenon Drag Queen Story Hour. This year our drag readers will be Rory Roux Heart and Frizzie Borden.

They will be reading books from the New Haven Pride Center’s GLSEN Connecticut Rainbow Library.

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For this Program we are partnering with :

Meet our Drag Readers

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LGBTQ+ History Walking Tour

Sunday, September 22, 2019
Begins at 11:00a

FREE event

Leaves from the New Haven Pride Center
84 Orange Street, New Haven

Get to know the Queer history of New Haven and join us for a LGBTQ+ downtown history walking tour with New Haven Pride Center founder John D. Allen. Includes 10 stops throughout downtown New Haven. This tour has a limited number of space. Registration is now full, if you would like to be added to the waiting list please email us at

Enjoy Learning the LGBTQ+ History of New Haven with stops at :
  • New Haven Green
  • Yale University
  • Shubert Theater
  • New Haven FBI Building
  • an more!

PRIDE Tea Dance

Sunday, September 22, 2019
Doors open at 4:00p; Music acts begin at 4:30p.

$5 Cover

York Street Cafe
168 York Street, New Haven

Join us for the closing event of PRIDE New Haven 2019 at 168 York Street, Connecticut’s Oldest LGBTQ+ Bars. The PRIDE Tea Dance which will feature DJ Dark Anjel and vocals from a incredible roster of LGBTQ+ local musical acts and bands. $5 cover at the door.

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The PRIDE Tea Dance is made possible with the support from: 

Meet the Artists of the PRIDE Tea Dance

Read more about our PRIDE Tea Dance artists.

168 York Street Cafe
Atelier Florian
Elm City Social
Nutmeg State Financial
Partners Cafe
Southern Connecticut State University
Te Amo Tequila
Three Sheets New Haven


Additional Community Sponsors

AT&T, Bristol Health, Fair Haven Community Health Care, Indeed, and Planned Parenthood of Southern New England