50 Things to do in New York During Stonewall 50 and WorldPride 2019

by Kelsy Chauvin

The City and State of New York are showing full support with an extraordinary lineup for Stonewall 50 and WorldPride 2019, together serving as this year’s NYC Pride extravaganza.

Kelsy Chauvin

SPORTS

5K PRIDE RUN (June 9)
Join fellow fit LGBTQIA+ runners for this fun run though scenic Prospect Park to celebrate Pride, diversity, and inclusion. The run once again kicks off Brooklyn Pride Saturday, and participants are welcome register under the gender-identity category they prefer (female, male, transgender/gender non-conforming). Prospect Park, Brooklyn. 10 A.M. For specific starting point, visit www.nycgo.com/events/brooklyn-pride-lgbt-5k-run

Gay Pride Kiss photo by Gustavo Frazao

Gay Pride Kiss photo by Gustavo Frazao

CHELSEA CHALLENGE 2019 (June 21-23)
Just because it’s June doesn’t mean you should retire your ice skates yet. For the 19th annual Chelsea Challenge, international adult LGBTQIA+ hockey players and their pals can join this tournament at the Sky Rink in Chelsea Piers. Participants of (nearly) all skill levels are welcome, from a drop-in beginners to team-based competitive players. 62 Chelsea Piers. For specific times, visit www.nycgha.org/cc

NEW YORK LIBERTY
Every May through September, basketball fans are primed for the action of one of NYC’s pro sports teams: the New York Liberty. One of the most exciting clubs in the WNBA, this year’s team plays at the Westchester County Center, just a short Metro-North Railroad jaunt up to White Plains, NY. There are plenty of home games to choose from, with the big Pride game on Friday, June 28 versus the Dallas Wings. Go Liberty! 198 Central Ave, White Plains. liberty.wnba.com

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