San Francisco Pride Events for Kids

While some events this weekend are just for the grown-ups, the Bay Area LGBT community definitely is keeping the families in mind.

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    John Viet
    A baby wearing sunglasses in a stroller holds a sign with a rainbow flag and the word "PRIDE" drawn on it.

    San Francisco Pride Week is officially in full swing and come this weekend our already colorful city will be transformed into an even more festive display celebrating the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer dignity. The 2012 theme of the 42nd Annual SF Pride Celebration and Parade (it's the largest LGBT gathering in the nation) is "Global Equality." While some events this weekend are just for the grown-ups, the Bay Area LGBT community definitely is keeping the families in mind. From creating Rainbow crafts to a family garden with face painting and games, there are plenty of fun family activities where you can proudly show your kiddos what Pride is all about.

    Rainbow Arts Pride Week
    Habitot is celebrating Pride Week with a slew of awesome kids activities. Their Rainbow Arts Pride week, which runs from June 18-23, features art workshops where kids can make rainbow flags, banners, sculptures, and paintings. The Rainbow Pride week art workshops run in the morning from 9:30am - 12:30pm. Each workshop costs $10 per person and those one and under are free. Event details.

    Rainbow Connection Mask-Making Workshop
    With so many bright and vibrant colors to see during the parade, no doubt your little ones will want to...

    See the full list of events at Red Tricycle.