New Hope Celebrates LGBTQ Pride moved to October

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New Hope Celebrates looks towards “A New Hope for Tomorrow” 

There will be a time to come together and celebrate, said New Hope Celebrates today. They announced the May LGBTQ Pride event will be rescheduled for October 10, 2020.

Life looks a lot different today than it did just a couple of months ago. All of us have been feeling inundated with information about the current public health and economic situation. We’ve also been dealing with uncertain employment, lifestyle changes, missing family, and the loss of life. Though we are a world apart today, just know that there is New Hope for tomorrow.

“During this challenging and uncertain time,” said todays NHC news release, “would like to acknowledge the many healthcare workers and first responders. We salute those working on the front lines providing us the essential services we need. These are the people that make our community continue to work and move forward. Tthank you for all that you do! Now more than ever, we need to remain unified in our support for those suffering through this virus. We pause to celebrate the thousands of lives we have lost to this pandemic.”

“We hope to keep this new date,” continued the press release. “We also need to remember that this is a new normal for everyone, so PrideFest may need to look different, taking into account public safety measures, social distancing, and the well being of our community. No matter what may come our way, there will be a day to celebrate once again.”

Organizers of the usual week long series of events are proud of their past success and stress the area community will must carry on. “New Hope, Bucks County, and the surrounding river towns are so admired because we all come together with Pride as a community during the good times and in times of crisis,” said the release. “Neighbors, friends, and family unite to ensure that we are all doing the best we can, keeping positive outlooks, and looking forward to a brighter tomorrow.”

The organization urges the community to support the local businesses and service workers during this time as they are a significant part of the community. “Do what you can. Every little bit helps. Ordering takeout/delivery, buying gift cards, shopping local online, and donating to area charities. You can be New Hope for someone in need of support!”

Follow NHC on Facebook and the website Newhopecelebrates.com.