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Jew York Pride: Brunch & NYC Pride March

Gather at an indoor location* in Times Square for brunch from 9:00-11:00 am and then make our way to the march together following brunch.

T-shirts: We will have an assortment of shirt sizes available, to be distributed at brunch on a first-come, first-serve basis.

*The exact location of the event will be emailed to registrants a few days before the event for security purposes.

**You will receive an email containing the Covid-19 protocols for the brunch by June 21, 2022. These protocols will rely on local and/or CDC guidance and may include: requiring proof of vaccination or negative test, masking indoors, etc.

 

Jew York Pride is hosted by JQYKeshetMarlene Meyerson JCC ManhattanCBSTEshelSephardic Mizrahi Q Network, and UJA-Federation.

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