Brooklyn Museum celebrates Pride Month on its First Saturday event for the season

First Saturday, now in its 25th year, offers a long line up of free programming for New Yorkers to enjoy.

News 12 Staff

Jun 4, 2023, 2:34 AM

Updated 359 days ago

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The Brooklyn Museum celebrated 25 years of its First Saturday programming as well as Pride Month.
The building on Prospect Heights was packed with thousands of people as they came out to support the museum and the LGBTQ+ community.
From art making to vendors, to live music, the museum had a little something for everyone.
First Saturday offers a long line up of free programming for New Yorkers to enjoy. This month was focused on celebrating pride and the community.
Attendees got to listen in on book talks. They also got a performance from the New Yorkers City Gay Men's Chorus.
Organizers said it is a meaningful event they are happy to put on.
The event was put on in partnership with Bank of America. They too said it's important to support the LGBTQ+ community this month and every month.
The museum will hold its the next First Saturday event on July 1.


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