Pride cruise brings rainbow to Ching Park

July 20, 2014 - Picnic Time

Brampton Guardian

BRAMPTON—Pride Week celebrations in Peel hang adult currently (Sunday), though yesterday was a prominence as a Pride Committee of Peel hold a annual cruise in Brampton’s Chinguacousy Park.

The renouned cruise customarily attracts some-more than 1,000 to a internal park, and this year’s book was no different.

A tradition for a past decade, a picnic’s idea is to encourage a clarity of intercourse among a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents of Brampton, Mississauga and Caledon.

“The suburbs can be a really wily place to be LGBT identifying,” pronounced Peel Pride chair Cheryl Costello. “Peel Pride has grown into something bigger since of a work a volunteers have put into it and also since a village has been really manageable it.”

Other events by a week enclosed a Pride Festival in Mississauga, dwindle lifting in Brampton and coffee socials, information sessions, a book bar entertainment and cooking night.

 For some-more information about Peel Pride, revisit www.peelpride.ca.

With files from Radhika Panjwani