Open Door Pride needs minds and bodies

With multiple events coming up and advocacy as important as ever, the Open Door Pride organization is looking for more volunteers to assist in its cause. The group is always on the lookout for more vendors, artists, and entertainers to help out at the third annual Open Door Pride Festival. Cathy Grier, an activist and musician who is involved with Open Door Pride, said there'll be a lot to do in the week leading up to June 22nd.



Open Door Pride is an organization that seeks inclusion for all residents of Door County regardless of sexual orientation or gender identification. This year's festival will also mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion. More recently, Open Door Pride will be sponsoring an event this upcoming Wednesday at the Cherry Lanes Arcade and Bowling Alley, and will also be hosting a free screening of "Becoming More Visible," a documentary following the lives of several transgender individuals.

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