Haynie's Corner Celebrating Pride Month with Parade

Haynie’s Corner Family Pride Day will kick off at 2pm on June 12th with a .8 mile walking parade through Downtown Evansville.

Posted: Jun 12, 2021 12:42 PM

Haynie’s Corner is celebrating Pride Month with events for the whole family.

Haynie’s Corner Family Pride Day will kick off at 2pm on June 12th with a .8 mile walking parade through Downtown Evansville.

The parade will begin and end at the fountain on Haynie’s Corner. Volunteers will be at each corner of the parade to guide attendees through the route.

Organizers recommend walkers bring wagons, banners, roller skates, walking shoes, or anything to make the activity exciting. However, nothing larger than a golf cart should be in the parade.

After the parade, the party will return to Haynie’s Corner for live music by the Honey Vines, treats from Lolly’s Pop, outdoor chalk art, and a health fair.

The event is free but they're selling VIP tickets to a cigar lounge.
For $30 you get a cigar, appetizers, and more. All proceeds from those ticket sales will go to River City Pride.
The event will last until 5pm.
A map of the parade route and more information can be found on the event’s Facebook page.

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