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Pride Planning is underway

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Sherrell Cross outlines plans for Dallas Pride at a recent Pride committee meeting. Committee is adding events to the calendar because Pride is year-round DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Dallas Pride is adding events as it gears up for its main events — the music festival and the Pride parade set for the first weekend in June.

The first two events already took place at Woody’s, said Dallas Pride Executive Director Sherrell Cross, because that was where the biggest objection about moving the parade and festival from Oak Lawn came from. “But we’ve buried the hatchet,” Cross said. “This year, my focus is unity in the community.” She said she was heartened to see groups like Dallas Southern Pride and Latino Pride came to the Valentine’s Day singles event at Woody’s to show support for Dallas Pride.

She added that her organization is in different stages of planning additional events, including a pageant at the Round-Up Saloon and other events at the Hidden Door, Peker’s and the Caven bars, with a plan to have Dallas Pride mixers throughout the year. “Pride is not just once a year,” Cross said. “We don’t want to be like corporations that show up once a year for Pride Month and then disappear on July 1.

Cross said this year’s festival, taking place June 1 at Fair Park, will be larger than ever. In past years, she explained, the festival has taken place only on Saturday, with the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade happening on Sunday.

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