Pride at DPL

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Happy Pride Month 2022

Although June commemorates the Stonewall Riots and celebrates the contributions of LGBTQ+ folks throughout history and today, we embrace LGBTQ+ voices year round with programs, book lists, and more.

This is your one-stop-shop for all things Pride at Denver Public Library! See what we’ve got for you this June and beyond.

Book Lists

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Pride Events

Some events require registration. Click on each title for details, and email presenters@denverlibrary with any questions.

Pride Button Making
Month of June, Bob Ragland, Pauline Robinson, Schlessman Family, Ross-University Hills
June 11, 2-4 p.m., Hampden
June 14-17, 2-4 p.m., Eugene Field
Friday, June 24, 3-4:30 p.m., Hadley
Stop by and make  wearable buttons to celebrate Pride month. We’ll have designs printed out, and you’re welcome to make their own. All materials provided while supplies last.
 

Upcoming Events

  • This event is in the "Adult" group.
    This event is in the "Teen (ages 13 - 17)" group.
    Library Branch: Outreach/Off-site
    Ages: Adult, Teen (ages 13 - 17)
    Program Type: More Fun Stuff, Older Adults, Writing
    Event Details:
    How do you tell the story of your life? Who gets to hear it and how will it live on? What stories of discovery, identity, and self could you tell to a folks in a different generation? Storytelling is a way to make sense and make meaning. Now it’s you...
  • This event is in the "Adult" group.
    This event is in the "Teen (ages 13 - 17)" group.
    Library Branch: Outreach/Off-site
    Ages: Adult, Teen (ages 13 - 17)
    Program Type: More Fun Stuff, Older Adults, Writing
    Event Details:
    How do you tell the story of your life? Who gets to hear it and how will it live on? What stories of discovery, identity, and self could you tell to a folks in a different generation? Storytelling is a way to make sense and make meaning. Now it’s you...
  • This event is in the "Adult" group.
    This event is in the "Teen (ages 13 - 17)" group.
    Library Branch: Outreach/Off-site
    Ages: Adult, Teen (ages 13 - 17)
    Program Type: More Fun Stuff, Older Adults, Writing
    Event Details:
    How do you tell the story of your life? Who gets to hear it and how will it live on? What stories of discovery, identity, and self could you tell to a folks in a different generation? Storytelling is a way to make sense and make meaning. Now it’s you...

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