June Missouri Events

Jun 6, 2023

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Important Missouri Events to Know

“Nothing For Us, Without Us” A KC Trans Community Town Hall 
Wednesday, June 7 from 4-7 p.m. at Bruce Watkins Center

The Kansas City Trans Community Town Hall, sponsored by the City of Kansas City and organized by Transformations, is an event open to all with a focus on creating a safer city and space for our trans and nonbinary communities, including discussions with local leaders, city leaders and action steps to accountability.

Keynote by special guest Monica Beverly Hillz (trans activist & contestant on RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, Season 8). Light hor dourves & beverages provided, along with the opportunity to participate as a trans person in Transformations’ Liberation Tour community survey and get fun swag. Save your spot today by registering for the event!

Rainbow Ride 2023
Saturday, June 10 from 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Peace Park

Mid-MO PrideFest, Mizzou Health Care Pride Alliance, and The Center Project welcome the LGBTQIA+ community, friends, families, allies to celebrates Pride Month. All ages, experience levels and abilities are welcome to ride or just hang out in Peace Park. Registration fee is a suggested $25 donation and T-shirts are $15 each,
available on-site only. All proceeds benefit the Emergency Fund and The Center Project. Register, sign-up to volunteer, or sponsor the event!

Circus Flora St. Louis Presents Under Cover
Wednesday, June 21 at 7 p.m. in Grand Center Arts District

This summer, Circus Flora enters the daring world of espionage! With nods to beloved spy stories throughout the years, Undercover introduces the world’s top double agent who faces an archvillain obsessed with world domination. Our spy has plenty of helpful allies — but the villain has a team, too. Will good overcome bad… and how? Aerialists, acrobats, contortionists, and comedians will craft this thrilling story, which will captivate your whole family! Purchase your tickets for Pride Night by using the code: PROMO

All-Gender Soccer Game
Saturday, June 24 at 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. in Tower Grove Park

In response to Missouri’s recent legislation, SB 39, a group of parent-led advocates is hosting an all-gender soccer match for middle and high schoolers to raise support for PROMO Missouri and demonstrate that sports can be inclusive of all gender identities. Please share with anyone interested in participating, volunteering or donating. Have questions? Email pride.soccer.game.stl@gmail.com