As we prepare for our 5th Annual Pride Festival event Saturday June 26th, we have decided that a virtual event will be the safest way to celebrate. Stay tuned for more details. Even though last year’s Open Door Pride Festival was cancelled, we still managed to have a prideful moment in Martin Park with a… Continue reading Preparing for 5th Annual Pride Fest
Open Door Pride has awarded Third Avenue Playhouse it’s annual Sandy Brown Award, which is given out to a person or organization who exemplifies the mission of Open Door Pride. “Celebrating our diversity with inclusion for all.” The award is named after Sandy Brown who began the first PFLAG chapter in Sturgeon Bay in the… Continue reading 2020 Sandy Brown Award to TAP
“We stand with Black Lives Matter and are angered and saddened by the loss of so many black, brown, and queer lives by those who seek to keep us down. Click here to read about those who have been so violently taken from us.” Open Door Pride will be looking for ways to partner with… Continue reading Black Lives Matter Door County
Our 4th annual Pride Festival has been cancelled, but we are still celebrating 365 days out of the year. Thank you Peninsula Pulse Newspaper, and the articles by Maddy Schierl, Aleah Kidd, and Grace Johnson. Celebrating Pride makes us all very proud! https://doorcountypulse.com/whats-my-pride-project-discovering-and-documenting-community/https://doorcountypulse.com/celebrating-51-years-of-pride/https://doorcountypulse.com/celebrating-the-literature-of-pride/ Be sure to see our What’s My Pride? project gallery on our… Continue reading Support from local newspaper
The reading of the annual Open Door Pride Proclamation stating June as Open Door Pride Month occurred on June 2nd at Sturgeon Bay City Council meeting. Open Door Pride founding member and Chair Cathy Grier, and Vice Chair James Champion were present to accept this groundbreaking proclamation. What is so empowering and important is that… Continue reading June news Proclamation and Pride Flag
Citizens of Door County, At the June 2nd Sturgeon Bay Council meeting, Mayor David Ward, presented Open Door Pride with a Proclamation declaring June as Open Door Pride Month in the City of Sturgeon Bay. As a founding member of Open Door Pride, each year that we publicly receive a Proclamation, I am filled with… Continue reading Our Pride is Stronger
Come to our next “Fun Nights,” a monthly LGBTQ community social mixer Weds January 22nd 6:30-9:30 PM at Cherry Lanes 127 N 4th Ave, Sturgeon Bay Donations welcome. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org, or find us on Facebook.
We Need Your HelpThere is so much to do! Leading up to the festival, many hands make light work. Here are some things to consider:Enjoy visiting with people – help distribute flyers to local businesses and organizations.Like talking on the phone – call potential vendors and exhibitors.A creative soul – draft press releases and special… Continue reading Spring Newsletter
There is so much to do! Leading up to the big Festival on June 22nd, many hands make light work. Here are some things to consider: Enjoy visiting with people? – help distribute flyers to local businesses and organizations. Like talking on the phone? – call potential vendors and exhibitors. A creative soul? – draft… Continue reading We Need Your Help
The Fun Continues!Don’t miss the coming Fun Nights! Mark your calendar: Wednesday, February 13th6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.Cherry Lanes, Sturgeon BayEat, drink, bowl, play vintage video and pinball games! Sunday, March 3rd4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.Hope Church, Sturgeon BayJoin us for this unique collaborative event with PFLAG for a special screening of Becoming More Visible. Challenged by… Continue reading The Fun Continues!