YPSILANTI, Mich. (FOX 2) - Ypsi Pride is returning this year after the pandemic forced last year's event to be canceled.
Rather than packing everything into a day, the LGBTQ celebration is being spread out over the month of June, with four events planned. Each Friday will feature a different themed night.
The first event kicks off June 4 with an art, drag, and performance-themed night during Ypsilanti's First Fridays.
The following week, June 11, will be youth and family night. June 18 is a night highlighting vendors, and June 25 is "Community Care Night."
Each event will be held from 6-10 p.m., except for vendor night, which is still to be determined.
Ypsi Pride events will take place on Washington Street between Michigan Avenue and Pearl Street. For the second year in a row, the city has closed this stretch of road for outdoor dining and shopping.
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