Goulburn Valley Pride Inc.

THE place to meet, socialise and spend time with those you KNOW exist, but you cannot seem to find… (in Greater Shepparton, Victoria, Australia)
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    PRIDEMARCH
    Assemble for March from 9am (cnr. Lakeside Dve/Fitzroy St)
    March 11am
    More info @ https://midsumma.org.au/what-s-on/midsumma-pride-march
    Come and join over 100 groups and individuals as we march down Fitzroy St in St Kilda. All the colour and excitement you have come to expect from Pride March Victoria with the added flavour this special celebration. See the original marchers lead us out again and celebrate our first timers.
    When: Sun 23 May
    Assembly: 9-10am at cnr Lakeside Dr & Fitzroy St
    March: 11am
    After march festivities (for marchers only) ’til late in Catani Gardens at completion of the march.

    MUST register to march here … and if you’d like a return bus-trip to Melbourne, please pay/register here.

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    GV Pride wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country on which we exist and support LGBTIQA+ people.

    We recognise the history and pay our respects to the land, waters and culture of our region and the regions that surround us. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and that the land always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.

    Goulburn Valley Pride Inc. (GV Pride) is proud to be an organisation that exists to support, and advocate for, the LGBTIQA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and gender diverse, intersex, queer and asexual +) communities in the Goulburn Valley & surrounds.

    As an organisation that has existed for fifteen years, we also recognise and embrace change as our community and society progresses forward to a more equitable, inclusive and accessible one for all.

    It is with this growth and ongoing consultation that we wish to affirm that moving forward, our organisation is adding the black and the brown colours to our organisation’s logo and brand. The black represents our First Nations Australians, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and the brown recognises People of Colour. The colours sit at the top of the six-colour pride flag as a symbol of recognition and inclusion.

    We acknowledge that this is one step of many that need to be taken to ensure our organisation is inclusive, safe and accessible for all our LGBTIQA+ community. We are committed to striving for inclusion for all.

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    GV Pride has a vacancy on our committee…and YOU’RE invited to apply! Complete the expression of interest form here and we’ll be in touch! More information about what being on the committee involves can be found here.

    PICTURED: Committee and volunteers celebrating during OUT in the OPEN Festival 2020.
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    Check out our online event calendar here.