“I think it’s about who we are as a welcoming city,” she told the Georgia Voice regarding her invitation. “We can’t just say we are a welcoming city. We need to reflect that in our actions. It helps erase some of the discrimination and hatred.”
Now, the event has been officially announced. From 10 am to 12 pm on Saturday, June 29, people of all ages can gather at Atlanta City Hall to hear a story from both Miss Sugarbaker and Mayor Bottoms and celebrate the diversity of Atlanta’s LGBTQ community.
Guests will also enjoy free face painting, fun activities, playtime with popular Atlanta mascots, snacks, and more.
The event is free but requires guests to RSVP. Those interested in attending can RSVP here.