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Posted on: March 30, 2023

[ARCHIVED] City of Dublin to Celebrate "Dublin Pride Week," April 22 - 29

Dublin Pride Week, the City of Dublin’s annual week-long series of events, promoting volunteerism and environmental awareness, will be held April 22 - 29.  The theme of Dublin Pride Week this year is, “Dublin: Stronger Together!”  Residents and groups interested in volunteering can visit the Dublin Pride Week website at www.dublinprideweek.com or call (925) 556-4500.  

Volunteers will meet at the Emerald Glen Park Amphitheater (4201 Central Parkway) on Saturday, April 22, at 8:00 a.m., for a light breakfast and to receive their volunteer assignments.  They’ll return to Emerald Glen Park at noon for a community barbecue provided by the Dublin Lions Club. Volunteers who help on Volunteer Day will receive a complimentary day pass to The Wave Waterpark, valid for the 2023 Season. 

Volunteer Day activities will include cleaning up creeks and trails; performing beautification projects, such as planting trees and plants; and collecting litter. 

Other Dublin Pride Week activities include a Volunteer Resource Fair, a Children's Emergency Food Bank Food Drive; the 3rd Annual Plogging Challenge; the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Event; a Poster and Essay Contest; the "Nature in Our Backyard" Photography Contest; and a Compost Giveaway.  

Read the full press release.

For more information on any of the Dublin Pride events, visit our website at www.dublinprideweek.com, or contact Lauren Marriott at (925) 556-4500.