BRENHAM PRIDE POTLUCK PICNIC DRAWS HUNDREDS TO HOME SWEET FARM

  

Hundreds of people came to Home Sweet Farm in Brenham Sunday to show their support for the LGBTQ+ community.

The Brenham Pride event was the first-ever held by Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays’ (PFLAG) Brenham chapter, which was formed in 2017.

The free “potluck picnic” featured food and beverages from several local establishments. There was also live music, a photo booth and banner that guests could sign, face and hand painting, proud mom and dad hugs, and a PFLAG information table where attendees could learn more about the organization.

PFLAG President Erich Knapp said he was thrilled with the community’s reception of the event.

 

 

Event organizers said nearly 300 people made their way out to the event throughout the afternoon.

Proud mom Michelle P. was also happy to see the event receive an outpouring of support.

 

 

Sponsors for the event were Home Sweet Farm Market and Biergarten, Brookshire Brothers, H-E-B, Independence Coffee Company, Royers Alamo Kitchen, and LJ’s BBQ.

The group holds free support meetings the second Sunday of each month at 5:30 p.m., and provides informative materials for families and educators.

To learn more, email PFLAGbrenham@gmail.com, visit the PFLAG Brenham Facebook page, or go to https://pflag.org.

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