New Hope Celebrates History talk and exhibit at Parry Mansion in New Hope This year marks the 50th. Anniversary of the Stonewall riots in NYC, paving the way for equal
New Hope Celebrates History talk and exhibit at Parry Mansion in New Hope
This year marks the 50th. Anniversary of the Stonewall riots in NYC, paving the way for equal rights in the LGBTQ+ community. New Hope Celebrates honors those at Stonewall along with the change makers of Bucks County, PA. in their exhibit Equality – Pride in Our History. Showcasing photos, memorabilia, biographies, and destinations of those who led the LGBTQ+ community in New Hope through the decades, the exhibit is a rich and colorful tapestry paying homage to those individuals.
New Hope Celebrates was founded in 2003 by Dan Brooks to serve the needs of the LGBTQ+ community. On Monday, April 29th. Dan Brooks will be speaking about the Gay Pride movement in New Hope and the ongoing history project as part of the New Hope Historical Society’s “Speaker Series.” The talk will begin at 5 pm followed by a reception at the Parry Mansion located at 45 So. Main St. New Hope, PA. Tickets for the “Speaker Series” talk on April 29th. are free for members of the New Hope Historical Society and $15 for non-members.
New Hope Celebrates’ History Exhibit will also be on display in the Parry Mansion Museum on May 4th. and running until June 2nd. It will be open free to the public every Saturday and Sunday from 1-5pm.
For more information on the “Speaker Series” talk and to make a reservation, please go to www.newhopehs.org or call the Historical Society at (215)862-5652.
To learn more about New Hope Celebrate History Project go to newhopecelebrates.com/lgbt-history