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20 Ways To Celebrate Pride In San Francisco This Year

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website for more info. If you're curious to learn more about LGBTQ+ history, check out the Exploratorium and hands-on science museum, which on June 9, is hosting After Dark: Pride - Unheard Stories, an exploration of unheard LGBTQ+ stories, both past and present.

Stories will examine forgotten histories, resilience, and achievements of LGBTQ+ identifying people. You can get your tickets at the Exploratorium's website.

The W San Francisco is presenting "Long Live The Queens" as part of their Pride Month celebration! Stop by the Living Room Bar at the W and enjoy delicious cocktails and a seasonal menu, all while living it up with an incredible drag show featuring the legendary Heklina, Carnie Asada, Landa Lakes, and Madd Dogg!

Did I mention there'll be photo-ops after the show with the Queens? You can get your tickets for the June 10 show at Eventbrite.

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