On Friday, November 20th, join us for the Columbus Trans Day of Remembrance.
PLEASE READ THESE DETAILS ABOUT THE EVENT:
Due to the recent spikes in Covid cases, we have decided to cancel the candlelight march from Goodalepark.
We are still inviting people to Safely experience the memorial art instillation at King Ave UMC while following their safety guidelines.
For those who choose not to attend in person, We will provide a virtual walk through of the memorial that you can experience in the safety of your own home.
Thank you for understanding!
• 6:00 -8:00pm at King Avenue United Methodist Church for a walk-through memorial and art installation by @Briden_schueren.
• 9PM we will present a virtual program (check the facebook event for the link) with speakers, artists and performers that you can watch from the safety and comfort of your home. You can pause, rewind, or fast forward, and take it at your own pace. On Monday, November 23rd, a fully edited encore version of the event will be available here.
We hope this will be an opportunity to reflect and heal together, as a community. Safety is our top concern, and we ask that you wear a mask and practice social distancing and dress warmly if you choose to join us in person at Goodale Park and King Avenue UMC. If you can’t join in person for whatever reason, that’s perfectly okay. We invite you to then tune in Friday at 9PM for our virtual program, and watch the full recording on Monday the 23rd.
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