Pride Month Activities At Verona Library

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The Verona Public Library is commemorating Pride Month throughout June with a slate of online and in-person programming and reading recommendations that amplify LGBTQ+ voices, history and experiences.

Programming highlights include:

Mondays, June 6 to June 27 at 2 p.m.: Rainbow Story Time: (In-Person) Celebrate Pride Month with us! Each Monday afternoon in June we will read fun and inclusive picture books with messages of unconditional love and acceptance.

Friday, June 10 at 3:30 p.m.: Pride Tie-Dye: (In-Person) Create a tie-dye t-shirt you can wear with pride! This program is for tweens and teens in 5th through 12th grade only. Spots are limited, so please register in advance to attend.

Wednesday, June 15 at 7 p.m.: Getting to Know About Gender Identity & Pronouns: (On Zoom) Want to learn to be an LGBTQ+ ally? Interested in learning how to honor transgender and nonbinary people in our everyday language and actions? Heard of pronouns but not sure how best to use them correctly? This workshop will give participants practical information about gender identity, sexual orientation, and pronoun usage, as well as ways we ALL can be supportive neighbors, coworkers, and family members alongside our LGBTQ+ loved ones and community members.

Registration and information on additional events happening for adults, kids, and teens can be found at www.veronalibrary.org

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