2022 Holland PRIDE Guide

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Out On The Lakeshore

June 23-25, 2017 On behalf of everyone at Out On The Lakeshore, thank you for joining us as we come together once again to celebrate the LGBTQ+ Community in the Holland area. The 2021 PRIDE season was the most successful season yet, raising more funds than any previous year, to help Out On The Lakeshore continue providing education, support, social groups, and special events for the LGBTQ+ community and its allies. We believe that this year will be even better. After all, we are Stronger Together! It’s with this in mind that we chose “Stronger Together” as this year’s PRIDE theme. We’ve been through a lot over the last couple years, but it has taught us that as a community we are stronger when we come together in celebration, support, and love. This is exactly what PRIDE is all about, and we’re thankful that you are joining us in the celebration. Last year, Mayor Nathan Bocks proclaimed June as LGBTQ+ Pride Month in Holland, we continued partnerships with dozens of local businesses, churches, and other nonprofit organizations, and expanded Out On The Lakeshore’s programming and resources. This year, that growth continues both at Out On The Lakeshore and even within PRIDE itself. For PRIDE this year, we’ll again host our Festival in Centennial Park - now with an entire area full of youth activities, our third annual Run with PRIDE 5K, and second annual Holland PRIDE Drag Show, but we’re also hosting a variety show including comedy and a hypnotist, a Graduation Open House for LGBTQ+ graduates, a poetry reading, and more. Continue reading this guide to learn all about all of these great activities. Thank you for being a part of all of this. We couldn’t do it without the support of the community and are so grateful for each and every one of you. Welcome to Holland PRIDE 2022! Thank you for coming together with us, because we are always Stronger Together.by presented Jeffrey Sorensen Executive Director Out On The Lakeshore


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Out On The Lakeshore 451 Columbia Ave., Holland Our MISSION is to provide a constant source of support and understanding to the LGBTQ community of the greater Holland area. We seek to create a community in which all persons are afforded equal rights and opportunities. Our VISION is a community that welcomes all people. It is our desire that all forms of discrimination are removed in order to create a safe, open, and accepting environment for the LGBTQ community. We strive to provide the education, events and resources necessary to foster understanding, and to advocate within Holland for a community that accepts and embraces all.



Herrick District Library • 7:00pm-8:30pm

Helder Park 8:30am – Registration; 9:00am-9:30am – Staggered Start

Out On The Lakeshore • 6:00pm-7:30pm

Howard B. Dunton Park 7:00pm-9:00pm • RSVP required at hollandpride.org

Park Theatre • 6:00pm – Doors Open

Centennial Park • 12:00pm-5:00pm

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Festival Stronger Together

Music & Dancing Returning this year we will have performances by DJ GB and Elare!

Inclusive D&D

June 25, 12-5pm Centennial Park

New Kids' area With balloon animals, face painting, games, crafts, bounce house, story times (1pm & 3:30pm), magician (2pm), and so much more!

Being Stronger Together is required when facing fantasy creatures on the field of battle - join our Game Masters to foray into danger on the tabletops!

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Selfie balloon wall, resource booths, PRIDE merch, rainbow yoga, and more!

Dune Buggy Food Truck, UCC Frozen Desserts, Kona Ice, Mezkla, Patty Matters, Polar Patrol, Smokin 8's, Spice Boys Food Truck, Water and Wheat and More!

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June 24 7-11PM


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June 25 7-9PM

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Tier 5 Sponsors

All Saints’ Episcopal Church Arbor Circle First United Methodist Church Green Koi Holland UCC New Standard Cannabis Ottawa County Health Department Padnos Spectrum Health Zeeland Holland Human Relations Commission


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Pure Barre Holland Hospital Orangetheory Fitness Holland Kabri Martyniek - State Farm The Mental Health Foundation of West Michigan - be nice. Campit Outdoor Resort Dr. Kate LD (drkateld.com) Drs. Jeff Johnson & Beth Peter Evolve by Design Grand Rapids Specialty Therapy Guardian Brewing Company Pine Rest Holland Clinic Planned Parenthood of MI Tier 6 Sponsors River City Psychological Alliance for Cultural and Ethnic Services Harmony (ACEH) presented by Colette Volkema DeNooyer Alzheimer's Association and Robert DeNooyer II Douglas UCC Samaritas Downtown Holland Cakabakery Hops at 84 East Hudsonville UCC Jim and Donna Brooks Resilience: Advocates for Ending Violence


Tier 8 Sponsors

City Flats Hotel Douglas Zylstra Sara Van Tongeren, LMSW Sperry's Moviehouse The Bluestocking Bookshop Two Churches: Holy Cross Episcopal and Ascension Lutheran Dean and Mary DeRidder

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Holland LGBTQ+ History Did you know... Holland has an extensive LBGTQ+ history! Check it out on the Out On The Lakeshore website.





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the poem in which he realizes he is boy. By Tate Johanek not fire, not flame just boy it’s a title he’s still learning to grow into, but it fits him just the way he needs it to and if anything, isn’t that how to know he’s home? he thinks about how long he was boy before even he knew and he wonders if you can know yourself in the process of becoming or if you’re only ever preparing yourself for the introduction yet to come he binds his chest tight enough to try and make his roots grow faster because he can no longer hide the thorns that rest beneath his budding flesh, the ones they tell him aren’t supposed to grow there yet persist nonetheless he persists nonetheless because he has to because at some point survival needs to feel like a choice which also requires choosing himself after all, he always thought roses were so damn beautiful and maybe he just wants to feel beautiful and yeah it’s just a noun but it’s also the first time he feels he has a name he can answer by the first time he says he loves himself and actually means it and anyone wise enough to view him transparent knows there is no greater love than the first time a visionary is able to feel seen.



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Don’t say gay. Like I’m some kind of bad word? Who decides what’s bad and what’s good anyway? You cannot tell people what they can and cannot say. You see I know I’m good to my very core. I love my neighbor no matter who comes through my door. Black, white, brown, or rainbow. There is something I absolutely know. There is no room for hate- for we are made in and out of love. We are bright and beautiful like the sun shining up above. Our light touches everything and cannot be blocked out. No matter how abrasive you are or how much you pout and shout. You think you can spread your hate. You think you’ll be more powerful if you discriminate. You are afraid of what you can’t understand. But look down at your hand and look at my hand. You and I are cut from the same cloth. Except you let fear and hate make your heart hard- while I chose to remain soft. Your pain, hurt, and fears control you, so you try to control others and everything around you. But you can’t stop love no matter what you do. For whether we say gay or not. We are all still made in the same image. I am still you and you are still me. I love my neighbor, because I know it’s not them vs me- it’s WE. We are in this together and we are all trying our best. But I have some advice for you for the next time you need to let shit off your chest. Don’t lean into your fears and push away what you don’t know. Because if you keep closing your ears, heart and mind- you are never going to grow. Next time take a minute to sit with me. We are not that different you and me. If you love thy neighbor you will see how truly beautiful life was meant to be. So open your heart and your mind todayStand with me proudly and say gay! Sarah Scheffers


Never Forgetting Heather’s Reply (dedicated to my granddaughter Heather) By Jack Dunn I never will forget the day I told my granddaughter, Heather That her grandpa was gay, And finally “came out of the closet”

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We were eating chinese When I was visiting there With them in Traverse City As I now visit them here. And I’ll never forget Heather’s reply to me “O, grandpa, I’m so happy You now can be free” “You are free to be you The person you want to be.” O, Heather, my dear, Thanks for so loving me! And expressing that love With words so true “O, grandpa, I’m so happy That you are free to be you”


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All I Ever Wanted(Peace) By Maura Tracy Walk down by the river Hold my hand in yours Soft and tender quiet Not a need for words Not a need for nonsense To loud fill up the air But a silent trust and comfort A safeheld sense of care That we can watch the water flow Like the annals of our minds Nothing that we came for Nothing scarce to find Nothing else important But your hand held soft in mine Nothing left to see But a moment here in time

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James Dressel: Does What He Did Matter? By Carol Tanis James Dressel, a Republican twice elected to the Michigan Legislature by Ottawa County voters. Born in Holland, Michigan, a Hope College graduate, and decorated military veteran. In 1983 he co-sponsored a bill to broaden the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act To include gays and lesbians. Single, never married, he’s asked, “Are you gay?” He replies, “Does it matter?” It’s the principle behind this legislation that should matter, Not his sexual orientation. Shouldn’t the rights of all people matter? Doesn’t it matter that LGBTQ individuals can be denied A place to live and a job because of their sexual orientation? He’s not reelected Because apparently the rights of LGBTQ individuals don’t matter to some. He becomes a civil rights advocate Because the rights of LGBTQ individuals do matter. This year marks the 30th anniversary of James Dressel’s death. We stand on his shoulders, along with others who sacrificed much to promote LGBTQ rights. His efforts do matter and live on as we celebrate pride today.

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NEXT For Grand Valley students, next is opportunity and innovation. Next is global, connecting and uniting us. It’s local, shaping the spaces in which we work and live. It’s a commitment to progress. Next is where minds are free to imagine what could be. At GVSU, next is now. And whatever’s next for you, we will help you get there. GVSU is proud to support the Holland Pride celebration and the LGBTQ+ community. Visit gvsu.edu/lgbtrc for more information.


FBI Tip Line for discrimination and hate crimes https://tips.fbi.gov 1-800-CALLFBI (225-5324)

Grand Rapids Pride Center Grand Rapids, Michigan www.grpride.org 616.458.3511

Out On The Lakeshore Holland, Michigan www.outonthelakeshore.org 616.994.8090

OutFront Kalamazoo Kalamazoo, Michigan www.outfrontkzoo.org 269.349.4234

Ottawa Area Center for Pride Hudsonville, Michigan www.ottawaareacenterforpride.org

Stand with Trans Kalamazoo, Michigan www.standwithtrans.org

Affirmations LGBTQ+ Community Center Ferndale, Michigan www.goaffirmations.org 248.398.7105

OutCenter of Southwest Michigan Benton Harbor, Michigan www.outcenter.org 269.934.5633

Jim Toy Community Center Ann Arbor, Michigan www.jimtoycenter.org 734.274.9551

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