Pride 2022 came to a close with one final weekend of events to celebrate the people and places that make the LGBTQ Community of Pittsburgh and Western Pennsylvania such a vibrant community. Even though Pride has come to a close, remain proud 365 days a year!
Scott Peterman Retirement Celebration
Scott Peterman served as the Executive Director of the Shepherd Wellness Community from 1999 – 2020. His retirement party was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Photos by Chad Isaiah, courtesy of Shepherd Wellness Community.
Pride on Bigham @ Bigham Tavern
Emotions sparked in Dormont on Saturday, June 25 for Dormont Spark/Pride. The event took place on Potomac Ave., and lasted from 2 – 8 p.m.
Vendors lined the streets and gave out information and resources for the LGBTQ+ Community. The free event allowed guests to walk through and interact with the vendors, which included Dormont Florist, Moonlit Burgers, and many more local businesses.
Even the Hollywood Theater too part, serving free popcorn and allowing Spark/Pride guests to use their restrooms, and some stuck around for the midnight showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
The event brought in over 1,000 members of the queer and ally community of all ages.
Photos by Amanda Cetorelli.
2nd Annual Scottdale Pride 2022
Renaissance City Choir Pride 2022 Concert “Like a Rainbow”, Day 1
Photos by Jessica Snyder.
Hugh Lane Wellness Chosen Family Cookout
Photos courtesy of Hugh Lane Wellness Foundation
Westmoreland Pride Prom
Photos courtesy of the Westmoreland Museum of American Art