The Capital pride parade is back! The COVID-19 pandemic has shut down this event the past two years. However, like Maya Angelou said… ”And still I rise”! The pride parade was held Saturday June 11th at 3PM. However, activities will persist today and into Monday. The Capital pride parade Alliance organized the event frequently provides event updates on where and when via live tweets.
Where and when is the Capital Pride Parade?
The actual pride parade begin at 14th and T streets in Northwest Washington DC. The 1.5 mile long parade traveled through Shaw, Logan Circle, and Dupont Circle before concluding at P and 21st streets Northwest Washington, DC. WTOP news reports that the route, “was selected to symbolize the expansion and “evolution of the LGBTQ+ neighborhoods” in D.C.”. Mayor Muriel Bowser was in attendance for the procession of rainbow flags, rousing music, marching bands, and decorative floats. Spectators, including families, lined up on the street to witness and watch as the pride parade began.
In addition to the parade there was also a block party on Saturday. WTOP reports the 4th Annual Capital Pride Block Party on 17th Street between Church and P Streets, featured local performers, DJs and two beverage gardens”. The block party began at noon and ran well into the wee hours of the night.
The Capital Pride Alliance has a schedule of the remaining events spanning the next two days. Be advised road closures started early Saturday morning and will continue until Monday. The DC Police has indicated there is a “Traffic Advisory on Sunday, June 12, 2022, the Capital Pride Festival will take place in the District of Columbia. View the link for details on parking restrictions and street closures that motorists should take into consideration https://t.co/pOp3Ihv3ow.
How to get weed in dc for the capital pride parade?
For those age twenty-one and above visiting the city you may want some herbal refreshments. I am speaking of cannabis. If that is not your thing then, cool. However, if you are looking for cannabis supplies look no further than the gifting services of Takoma Care and Wellness, Gifted Legacy, Select Co-op, and DC Cooperative.
These businesses may cater to your needs courtesy of the Initiative 71 legal provision. Initiative 71 allows for the transportation and gifting of cannabis to individuals age twenty-one or over. An individual simply needs to go to these companies’ sites and subscribe to their menu. Then simply schedule a time with one of their representatives for them to deliver, drop-off, or meet you to receive your gift. They may have a convenient time and place for you to pick up as well.
There are more than a few options to meet your cannabis needs. Takoma Care and Wellness, Gifted Legacy, Select Co-op, and DC Cooperative all have the top-shelf flowers available. Whether you want sativas, indicas, or prefer hybrids they have you covered. They offer more than flowers as well. You looking for carts? They have you covered. Do you want edibles? They have brownies, chocolates, gummies, lollipops, Boom Bars, Rice Krispy treats, etc. Are you looking or concentrates? They have you covered as well. Enjoy this Capital Pride Parade weekend activities and 4:20 responsibly!