Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Thursday, May 23, 2013

PRIDE Parade & CELEBRATION Sat. June 1

REMINDER!  There will be no meeting at the park on Sunday June 2nd, as we will participate officially in the PRIDE Parade (and the Celebration to follow) the day before. Walk with us or ride the PFLAG O'ahu trolley. Carry the banner (literally!).

-tom

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Honolulu Pride Parade starts at 10 AM from Magic Island Saturday, June 1, 2013:



Parade ends at Kapiolani Park where the Celebration takes place until 4:00 PM.



For more information please check out our FAQ at https://www.honolulupride.org/faq.html
We will be announcing YOUR 2013 Grand Marshals early next week. Then be on the look out for the entertainment line-up along with the complete list of Celebration Vendors.



MAHALO NUI LOA for your support and we look forward to seeing you ALL REAL SOON!



-Michael Golojuch, Jr.
Chair



To stay up to date outside of our emails and website follow us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HonoluluPride
Twitter @honolulupride


--Saturday June 1, 2013!
Celebrating 23 years of PRIDE in paradise!



Get YOUR official Honolulu LGBT Pride Gear here - http://www.cafepress.com/HnlPrideParade



PFLAG - Oahu is the fiscal sponsor - www.pflagoahu.org



Follow us on-line at http://www.honolulupride.org or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/honoluluprideparade

Saturday, December 8, 2012

http://the.honoluluadvertiser.com/article/2009/May/05/br/hawaii90505068.html

Friday, May 4, 2012

Honolulu Pride 2012 - Time 2 Get Equal (Pride Parade & Celebration)

[We will NOT meet in the park on Sunday, 6/3/2012. See you at the parade on the SATURDAY before!]

The 22nd Annual Honolulu Pride Parade starts at 10:00 AM from Magic Island Saturday, June 2, 2012.

Parade check-in begins at 7:30 AM - all units need to be in place by 9:30 AM as the Pride Parade will start right at 10 AM.

The parade goes down Ala Moana Blvd to Kalakaua Ave.

The parade then heads down Kalakaua Ave to Kapiolani Park.

Kapiolani Park is where the FREE Pride Celebration will take place around the bandstand from 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

Here there will be LIVE entertainment, local and national LGBT organization, keiki area, local crafters and food vendors.

The Pride does not end there because after that HPFF will be sponsoring a PRIDE Dance Party at McCoy Pavilion.

Parade and vendor applications can be found at in the links on the left of this page. Head to honoluluprideparade.org for all the information you need!

Monday, October 3, 2011

Campaign Ad With A Gay Politician And His Child

COLAGE does NOT endorse political candidates. This item is posted for your information only:
In deference to the Fairness Doctrine please go here to learn more about politicians, pastors, and lobbyists who are anti-homosexual.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

{COLAGE O'ahu} Meet after the Pride Parade this Saturday, 6/4

NOTE!!! We will not gather this Sunday as usual. Instead, Paul Gracie (728-3140) and his family are hosting our families at a picnic immediately AFTER the Parade. Look for the COLAGE O'ahu banner adjacent to the Equality Hawaii booth. If you get lost, call Paul at 728-3140 and look for the Equality hawaii booth for directions. I am not sure If I will be able to attend, as I am recovering from a knee injury and complications.

As for the Parade itself, go to http://honoluluprideparade.org for details. Meet at Magic Island--Kapiolani Park and look for the PFLAG O'ahu trolley. Try to get there well before the 10 AM starting time. The COLAGE O'ahu banner will be there and you are welcome to walk with the banner and use the trolley as base for your kids and picnic stuff.

-tom aitken

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

SA Civil Unions: The road ahead 3-6-11

Sunday March 6, 2011 Front Page of Star Advertiser featured a family that represents what we have been working for over 2 decades.  If you missed the wonderful story, here it is for you.

http://www.staradvertiser.com/editorials/20110306_Couple_fights_for_rights_in_public_but_lives_an_ordinary_private_life.html

[submitted by Carolyn Golojuch]