Aug 4, 2016 1:22 PM

Museum leads way for Rochester's first-ever gay pride celebration

ROCHESTER — The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts will put on the city's first-ever gay pride celebration on Saturday, Sept. 10.

They invite the LGBT community and all who love them to Central Square in downtown Rochester for a free public pride celebration from 12-5 p.m.

"Our mission is to promote unity, visibility, inclusivity, equality, and a positive image of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community," the museum wrote on their website.

The museum has tapped out their available spots for vendors, but they encourage all who are in support of the event to hang gay pride flags from their windows.

There will be live music, a marching band, remarks and more throughout the day.

An after party will take place around 5 p.m. at Revolution Taproom & Grill.the

For more information about the event, visit their event page on Facebook.

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