NYC Pride parade is this Sunday 6/27 NYC Pride parade is this Sunday 6/27. The parade starts at 12PM from 5th Ave and 36th St. and goes straight down 5th Ave, a right on 8th St. and a left on Christopher St. finishing at Stonewall.
Heritage of Pride hosts New York City’s Pride events in commemoration of the Stonewall Riots of 1969, the beginning of the modern Gay Rights movement.
Early in the morning of June 28, the Stonewall Inn was raided by police, a then common occurrence at the Greenwich Village bar that had become a staple of New York City's underground gay community. But this time its members, tired of the ongoing raids, fought back, striking what would become known as The Stonewall Riots.
A POSSIBLE ONCE IN A LIFETIME SPORTING EVENT OCCURING THIS SATURDAY @ BELMONT PARK IN ELMONT NY.
CALIFORNIA CHROME LOOKS TO DEFEAT THE REST OF THE FIELD AND BECOME THE FIRST TRIPLE CROWN WINNER IN 36 YEARS-
*****please note that the event is listed when the race card is set to begin, which is 1135 am. ********
*****the post time for the Belmont stakes is the last race of the card, scheduled to go off at 630pm est. ****
LIRR will provide direct service to Belmont Park on Belmont Stakes Day, Saturday, June 7. For additional information, racing fans can contact LIRR's 24-Hour Travel information Center at 718-217-LIRR or click here to view schedule (.pdf)
The MTA Long Island Rail Road has scheduled 18 extra trains for Belmont Stakes day from Penn Station, along with 18 additional trains from Atlantic Terminnal in Brooklyn to Jamaica, where they can connect with the "Belmont Special." The LIRR will run trains back to Jamaica and Penn Statioin until 10 p.m. or later.
The Puerto Rican Day Parade begins at 11 a.m. and lasts until approximately 5 p.m.
Where Does the Puerto Rican Day Parade Go?
The Puerto Rican Day Parade begins on Fifth Avenue at 44th Street, and continues north along Fifth Avenue to 79th Street.
Puerto Rican Day Parade Overview
The Puerto Rican Day Parade has been organized in New York since 1957. Over 80,000 people participate in the Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York City each year. Over two million people attend the Puerto Rican Day Parade and many more watch it on television.