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SMALL TOWN PRIDE

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    Perhaps the most noteworthy and well-known event the Rural Justice Network puts on, Small Town Pride started in 2021 to give rural citizens a chance to participate in a celebration of representation that is not easily available to them outside of large, populated cities. It is important for representation to reach all areas a chance to feel seen and heard in places that typically fly under the radar. 

     The event includes live performances full of bands, dancer, singers, and speakers. The field is full of vendors distributing their own creations and information about our surrounding towns and communities. Volunteers tour the grounds to help answer questions and make this a fun and memorable experience for everyone. Food and Porta-Potties are also available.

FOLLOW OUR SOCIALS DOWN BELOW FOR UPDATES ON SMALL TOWN PRIDE 2024!

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Get Involved

Are you a Vendor? Performer? Public Speaker? Food Truck?

Or are you just looking for some way to volunteer and get help out?

We’d love to have you on board! 

Join the Network

If you’d like to get involved further, you can inquire about joining our Pride Planning Committee.

This will give you an opportunity to be part of the week-to-week planning and execution of the event. 

Weekly Meetings begin February 21st @ 7:00pm, and will meet every Wednesday.

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Previous Participants

Below you can find categorized lists of those we were fortunate to have involved in past pride events.

As we continue to gather our records, these lists will continue to update.

SPEAKERS:

  • Jim McGovern

  • Dave Houle

  • Jacquelyn Ryan

DRAG QUEENS:

Here is a recap vlog of the 2022 event created by President of the RJN, Rob Orpilla.

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