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June 1

Kickoff Cabaret & Dance

June 2

Transgender Tea Party
Cris Williamson Concert
Pride Feast
Gay Bingo Extravaganza
Dancing with HURTR

June 3

Pride Hike
Negotiation & Consent Class
Pride Family Picnic
Puppy Parade & Costume Contest

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* Buy your tickets to the Pride Feast catered by the Drift Inn. Click Here!
* We have added MERCHANDISE to our site. T-Shirts now available. More products to come.
* The Overleaf and Fireside Lodge are offering a 10% discount for Pride visitors.  Mention Yachats Pride when you reserve your room.

Kickoff Cabaret & Dance

with your favorite dance tunes
and featuring four fabulous Drag Queens from Portland

Friday, June 1
6:00 pm
Yachats Commoms

Transgender Tea party

understanding the Trans world

Come snack on tea party delights and learn about the transgender spectrum from a panel of transgender people, including Morrah Moth, Joe LeBlanc, Alison Davison, and UpStanders from Waldport High. Ask anything!

Serving
tea & coffee * sandwiches * petit fours * cheese & crackers

Saturday, June 2
11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Yachats Lions Club

Cris Williamson

in concert again

The fabulous Cris Williamson returns to Yachats for another afternoon of tales from the road and music from your life.

Tickets go on sale March 10th!

Saturday, June 2
2:00 pm
Yachats Commons

Gay Bingo Extravaganza

with Yachats’ own Jessa!
and featuring fabulous local performers

Real games. Real prizes!
25 cents per game card

Saturday, June 2
7:00 pm
Yachats Commons

Pride Hike

on the 804

Enjoy the ocean, the air, and friends on a beautiful and invigorating ocean-side hike (or stroll) on the historic 804 trail. The trail is level and has benches along the way so all abilities are accommodated.

The historic Yachats 804 Trail probably first served as a footpath for tribal people. It later became part of County Road 804, which included the 7-mile stretch of beach between Yachats and Waldport at low tide. County Road 804 served as the settler’s route of travel between the farmland of the upper Yachats River valley and Waldport’s Alsea Bay until the 1930s and the completion of Hwy 101.

Saturday, June 3
10:00 am
Smelt Sands State Park
Go west on Lemwick lane off of Hwy 101

Negotiation and Consent Class

with Leland

Whether you are approaching someone new or talking to a longtime partner, having common language and expectations is incredibly important! Come learn some strategies for opening up your conversations. We’ll talk about the hanky code, go over checklists or possible activities, role-play negotiation scenarios, and save some time for questions and answers.

About Leland: Leland has an in-depth history with the sex-positive community. She has organized events, judged leather contests, and written many articles on a wide range of fun topics. Nowadays, you’re more likely to find her hanging out with the bees on her farm.

Sunday, June 3
11:00 am
Yachats Commons Room 3

Pride Family Picnic

and Puppy Parade with Prizes!

Chow down on hamburgers and hot dogs (vegetarian options) and hang with your friends and family.
Kids activities. Open Mic. Fun.

Sunday, June 3
Noon
Puppy Parade and Costume Contest starts at 1:00 pm on the ball field by the Yachats Picnic Shelter (behind the Commons)

Pride Puppy Parade

and Costume Contest!

Dress up Fido, dress up yourself if you wish, and walk on down to the ballfield for a fabulous Puppy Parade and Costume Contest. All socialized dogs are welcome, with our without costumes. The parade route is a lap around the ballfield, or perhaps just a stroll around left field. Prizes categories include: Cutest Couple (for dog-owner theme combo), the Babs Award (best singing dog), Most Sensational Pride (best use of rainbow colors), Best Butch Bitch, and more…! All participants get a party favor.

Sunday, June 3
1:00 pm
Yachats Ballfield (behind the Commons next to the Picnic Shelter)