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Utah Pride 2006
Published June 2, 2006 12:00 am
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It's Utah Pride Week, which means a host of events this weekend, not the least of which is the state's second-biggest parade on Sunday. Other events included film screenings, a play written by teens, the Pride Dance and the Pride Festival. The lineup:

TODAY

* 6 p.m.: Grand Marshal reception at the Memorial House, 485 N. Canyon Road, Salt Lake City, will honor people who have made contributions to the gay community and feature live entertainment; $30 per person.

l 7:30 p.m.: Tooth and Nail Theatre's production written by teens, "Project Fabulocity," Rose Wagner Studio Theatre, 138 W. 300 South, Salt Lake City; $10 to $12; through June 10 (see story below).

l 10 p.m.: Screening of "Say Uncle" at Brewvies, 677 S. 200 West, Salt Lake City.

SATURDAY

* 3 p.m.: Pride Interfaith Service, with speakers and performances at Washington Square, 450 S. 200 East; free.

l 6 p.m.: Dyke March at City Creek Park, North Temple and State Street, Salt Lake City, begins with a rally; free.

l 7 to 10 p.m.: Pride Dance at Washington Square with DJ Claudette spinning jazz, blues, reggae, disco, motown, salsa and hip-hop; free.

SUNDAY

* 10 a.m.: Pride Parade begins (see map below); free.

l 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Pride Festival at Washington Square with music, contests, a youth zone for gay teens, speakers and political candidates; $5, $3 seniors, free for children 12 and younger with a guardian.

ONLINE

* For more information, visit http://www.utah pride.org.



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