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July 27 - August 1

fleurs de villes pride

A floral celebration of joy and inclusivity in Yaletown

Pride in yaletown

July 27 - August 1

For the first time ever, Yaletown is hosting Fleurs de Villes PRIDE to showcase a floral celebration of joy and inclusivity, along with various pop-up public installations to celebrate PRIDE in our neighbourhood.

Yaletown holds one of Vancouver's distinct parts of Canadian LGBTQ+ history and we're proud to collaborate with Fleurs de Villes to honour that history and the community the best way possible - with thousands of flowers and lots of love!

The floral installations will be completely FREE and open to the public. Enjoy flower-bombed benches, rainbows, swings and selfie frames this Vancouver Pride weekend.

Learn More
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I 💖🧡💛💚💙💜 Yaletown
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Peace and love for everyone!
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Spread your wing and be free like a butterfly.
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Yaletown's got PRIDE everywhere
"Yaletown has always been a diverse community. The first lesbian bar in Vancouver, The Quadra, was located in Yaletown (1055 Homer St) and one of the longest operating gay bars, The Gandy Dancer, was located on Hamilton Street (currently Bar None). The current public installations in Yaletown acknowledge the diversity and the beauty of the Pride community."
Annette O’Shea, Executive Director of the Yaletown BIA

In addition, come join us for FREE Live Jazz Music and Dancing at Bill Curtis Square to celebrate Yaletown PRIDE and dance your heart away.

Music curated by Vancity Hot Jazz Society. Scroll down to learn more under "Metamorphosis".

in collaboration with

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