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CANCELLED – PFP Summer Pool Party and Picnic

CANCELLED – Unfortunately we’ve cancelled this event due to the cool temperatures and rain forecast for Sunday.

Join us on Sunday, August 19, 2018 from 11:00am to 2:00pm for a pool party and picnic at the Plymouth Swim Club 1724 Gallagher Rd. Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462.

The Plymouth Swim Club has:

  • 3 Pools
  • 12+ acres of trees and grass
  • Children’s playground
  • 4 tennis courts
  • Basketball & Volleyball courts
  • Baseball diamond
  • Picnic grove with outdoor grills, tables & benches
  • Full service snack bar/grille
  • Beer Garden
  • Ample parking

Buy your tickets through us ahead of time and then tell the folks at the gate that you are with PFP. Tickets are “pay what you can” up to $10/person (which is what it costs). Babies and toddlers under two are free.

Please bring a picnic for your family or you can purchase food from the pool’s restaurant.  PFP group will meet at the Upper Picnic Area.  Look for the PFP banner.

Thanks to Leigh Braden for organizing. If you have questions she can be reached at leigh@phillyfamilypride.org or 267-251-3100.

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PFP Trans & Genderqueer Parent Meetup

Meet with other trans/genderqueer parents to hang out, nosh, and talk shop at Starr Garden (600 Lombard Street) on Saturday, July 14th from 12-3pm. Take your kids or just hang out with the grown ups. Bring food/goodies if you like because there are several picnic benches. Prospective trans and genderqueer parents welcome.

Explore the first Philadelphia Parks and Recreation facility to have a transwoman staff member. It’s been said that if you click your ruby slippers together three times she’ll magically appear. Come on down!

RSVP to chloe@phillyfamilypride.org.

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Free Passes to see FAR FROM THE TREE

We have free passes to a viewing of this movie on Monday, July 30th at 7:30pm at Ritz at the Bourse. Email stephanie@phillyfamilypride.org if you’d like two. Thanks!

FAR FROM THE TREE follows families meeting extraordinary challenges through love, empathy, and understanding. This life-affirming documentary encourages us to cherish loved ones for all they are, not who they might have been. Based on Andrew Solomon’s award-winning, critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling non-fiction book “Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity.”