Southern New Jersey Gay Pride “Out in the Park” today is cancelled
The South Jersey Gay Pride Festival “Out in the Park” scheduled to be held in Cherry Hill today, Sunday, September 9th was cancelled due to inclement weather and hazardous conditions in the park in Camden County, NJ.
Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride Committee apologized for the cancellation in an email sent just before 8 am today.
Southern New Jersey LGBTQA Pride Founder and Organizer, DeAnn M. Cox stated, “We appreciate everyone’s willingness to be a part of the event. Because so many of our staff, vendors, and demonstrators are booked for the remaining fall season, we will not reschedule it. This is the first time in 10 years this festival has been cancelled. Therefore, on behalf of the committee, we would like to apologize for the cancellation, especially to those of you who have already made travel and accommodation plans. Unfortunately, these were circumstances which were beyond our control but we intend to make next year’s festival even more spectacular so we hope you can join us then.
The committee had invited all of South Jersey’s LGBTs, and allies to come out to the festival. There were over 60 vendors schedulede to be at the festival today.
More info at JerseyGayPride.com