Point Breeze Community Pride Party

Executive Director of PhillyGayCalendar

Community, located at 1200 S. 21st (Federal Street in Point Breeze), has partnered with Smirnoff Vodka for the second year in a row to host a Pride Party and to raise money for William Way Community Center on Wednesday June 22rd from 5:00pm-12:00am. There will be a Spiked Smirnoff Lemonade Stand and scratch made carnival foods like homemade corn dogs with house-made ketchup and funfetti cake.

Community has invited several of Philadelphia’s vital LGBTQ non-profits to join in on the fun and set up tables to sell merch, raffle tickets and get to know the Community. A portion of all drinks sold from the Lemonade Stand will be distributed to the participating groups, besides a generous donation from Smirnoff will be made to William Way Community Center. “We’re excited to be partnering with Smirnoff Vodka for Pride for the second year in a row and hope that we have a great turnout again and can beat our donation from last year!” said Angie Sultan, owner of Community.

Besides food specials and a variety of spiked Smirnoff lemonades, there will be music and drag performances by Eric Jaffee and friends. Along with Live T-shirt printing by LGBTQ owned Camden Print Works. “Community is dedicated to providing a place for everyone to have a good time and we are excited to host fun events that contribute to organizations that do good work throughout Philly,” says Michael Sultan, Chef/Owner of Community.

The Pride Party will be one of many events this summer season at Community, like their Grilling with Friends series slated to begin June 15 with Will Lindsay of Sidecar. Look for more LGBTQ events in fall for Coming Out Day! 

Learn more about Community’s upcoming events by following them at @communitybarph

Community Bar
1200 S 21st St,
Philadelphia, PA 19146
(267) 319-1027

Pictures from the last Community Pride Event

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