INTERPRETATION SERVICES ON-SITE


American Sign Language interpretation services will be available at all Disability Pride events

(Please request these services 21 days in advance of each eve​nt through the show registration page.)

Contact us for more information about how to volunteer and/or 

becoming a PROUD sponsor!!


June 17, 2017 Event Details:

10 a.m.        Opening ceremonies at National Constitution Center (NCC) with flag                                raising,  Councilman Al Taubenberger and Yoshiko Dart  will speak, and                           a performance by Independence EDGE Studio.

10:45 a.m.   Pre-march gathering

11 a.m.        March begins at NCC up 6th Street, making a right onto Market Street and                       finishing at Dilworth Park/City Hall

 11 a.m.       Information tables open at Dilworth Park

12 p.m.       Main Stage Starts...see below for details

 3:45 p.m.   Closing ceremonies


Event is will have ASL interpreters, tenting with cooling fans, quiet areas, lots of seating, some water and snacks provided (additional beverages can be purchased at snack bar on Dilworth or street vendors on adjacent street corners),  


Main Stage...

Speakers will include Executive Director, Mayor's Commission for People with Disabilities, Charles Horton; State Treasurer Joseph Torsella; Liberty Resources CEO Thomas Earle; National Disability Advocate and ADAPT member Cassie Holdsworth; Disability Rights Attorney Steve Gold; UPMC Health Plan Vice President of Southeastern Region, Maureen Long; Elizabeth Hill, PA School for the Deaf; and more.


Performers include Deuteronomy, 4 Wheel City, Johnny Crescendo, Zap goes Pop!, EDGE Studio, Ogden Whitehead (member of The Zappers), Dennis Queen (performer and activist from U.K.), Patrick Kilgallon,  and Anomie Fatale.


Children's activities in courtyard include face painting, coloring station, and bubbles!


                 

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Upcoming Events

2019 CALENDAR of EVENTS...so many exciting events to attend!!

June 10

2019


Disability Pride Flag Kick OFF

1401 John F Kennedy Blvd, North Apron, Phila

4:30-6:30 PM  Flag Raising, Poetry, Live Music, and PRIDE

https://dppflagraising.eventbrite.com  Help us get a count of how many people will be attending by registering! Thank you!

FREE


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June 11

2019


Piss on Pity: The Story of ADAPT

100 South 12th Street, Kline Institute on Trial Advocacy

Philadelphia, PA 19107

Doors open @ 5 PM, Movie starts @ 6 PM snacks provided

Q&A immediately following 

https://pissonpity.eventbrite.com

FREE 

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June 12

2019


Arts in the Courtyard

1401 John F Kennedy Blvd, City Hall Courtyard

11 AM - 6 PM, Food Truck, Art for Show&Sell, Music



FREE


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June 13

2019


Take A Look At This Heart

Randall Theater @ Temple University, 2020 N. 13th Street

Doors open @ 5 PM, Movie begins @ 6 PM, Q&A will begin immediately after the movie.

https://dpp-takealookatthisheart.eventbrite.com

FREE

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June 14

2019


Disability Pride Happy Hour

        @ Field ​House         5-8 PM

1150 Filbert St, Philadelphia, PA 19107

 (215) 629-1520 for directions

Food and Drinks are on you! 

FREE​ 

entry into bar only


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June 15

2019


Disability Pride Parade & Celebration

National Constitution Center at 10 AM

Parade kick off at 11 AM

City Hall Celebration at 12 - 4 PM

https://dppparticipants.eventbrite.com  Help us get an idea of how many people are coming by registering!!  Thanks, it helps us plan for the next year. See you all at the parade!!!

FREE



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Map and Directions to Disability Pride Celebration 

                                 for other event directions please contact us

DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From the South...

Take I-95 North to Exit 22 for “Central Phila/I-676.”

Follow signs for “Phila/Independence Hall/Callowhill Street.

Keep right at the fork in the ramp.

Stay straight on Callowhill Street.

Turn left onto 6th Street.

Take 6th Street to Race Street and turn left.

Once on Race Street, turn right into the parking garage at the National Constitution Center.

From the North...

Take I-95 South to Exit 22 for “Central Phila/I-676.”

Follow signs for “Phila/Independence Hall/Callowhill Street” and turn right at the light at the bottom of the ramp.

Stay straight on Callowhill Street and turn left onto 6th Street.

Take 6th Street to Race Street and turn left.

Once on Race Street, turn right into the parking garage at the National Constitution Center.

From the West...

Take PA Turnpike to Exit 326 for “Valley Forge.”

Follow signs for “Philadelphia I-76 East.”

Remain on I-76 East for about 25 miles until you see signs for Exit 344 for “Central Phila” and take 676 East to the 8th Street exit.

Turn right onto 8th Street

Turn left onto Race Street.

Proceed through the light at 6th Street and turn right into the parking garage at the National Constitution Center.

From the East...

Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 4.

Take Route 73 North to Route 38 West to U.S. 30.

Continue on U.S. 30 West over the Ben Franklin Bridge (Route 676), crossing into Philadelphia.

Stay in the left lane and go straight through the light following the sign for “8th Street South/Chinatown.”

Turn left onto 8th Street,

Turn left onto Race Street.

Proceed through the light at 6th Street and turn right into the parking garage at the National Constitution Center.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

NJ Transit

Take N.J. Transit to Trenton Transit Center.  Get on the Septa R7 (Trenton Line) and get off at the Jefferson Station. National Constitution Center is 4-5 blocks EAST on Arch Street. Or get off at the Suburban Street Station, City Hall will be above you to the EAST.

SEPTA

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority offers a vast option of transit services, including buses, trolleys, trackless trolleys, subways, and regional rail.

To get to the National Constitution Center, use the Market-Frankford Line subway and get off at 5th Street Station, or use the Route 38, Route 44, or Route 48 buses.

For more information, call 215.580.7800 or visit septa.org.

PATCO

The Port Authority Transit Corporation (PATCO) offers a high-speed train line between Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.

To get to the National Constitution Center, use the PATCO Speedline and get off at 8th Street Station.

For more information, call 856.772.6900 or visit ridepatco.org.

Amtrak

Amtrak provides train service to 30th Street Station in Philadelphia. 30th Street Station also provides access to SEPTA public transit.

For more information, call 800.USA.RAIL or visit amtrak.com.

Phlash

The Phlash is a quick, easy, and inexpensive connection to key Philadelphia historic attractions and cultural institutions. The bright purple trolley stops at 6th and Market Streets near the National Constitution Center.

For more information and the seasonal schedule, call 800.537.7676 or visit phillyphlash.com.

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