City of West Hollywood’s LGBTQ+ Advisory Board to Host Bi Picnic Day

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The City of West Hollywood and it’s LGBTQ+ Advisory Board invite the community to a Bi Picnic Day at Plummer Park’s Vista Lawn at 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard, on September 24, 2022. There will be a DJ, free sandwiches (limited supply), free ice cream (limited supply), and park games for all to enjoy. Bisexual organizations AmBi and the LA Bi Task Force will be on-site as well.

Bring your blanket and friends, and join the fun. This is a totally free and open event. It is a good opportunity to meet other members of the bisexual community.

Those interested can RSVP on Eventbrite and include your email if you’d like to sign up for an e-mail mailing list for other events like this from the City of West Hollywood: https://weho-bi-picnic-day-22.eventbrite.com.

The full schedule is as follows

1-5PM: Park games, like giant jenga, giant connect 4, and cornhole are available for free play. DJ will be on-site spinning from 1-5PM.

1PM: Free picnic box of chicken or veggie sandwiches (WHILE SUPPLIES LAST)

2PM: Free ice cream (WHILE SUPPLIES LAST!)

Bi Picnic Day falls on the day following Bi Visibility Day. Marked each year since 1999, Bi Visibility Day raises bi awareness and challenges bisexual & biromantic erasure. 2022 will be the 24th year that the bi community celebrates bisexual life on September 23rd.

Bi Day of Visibility falls on Bisexual Awareness Week, also known as #BiWeek. It is an annual celebration held in September, from the 16th through the 23rd. The week is an extension of Celebrate Bisexuality Day, which celebrates and promotes cultural acceptance of the bisexual community, as well as attempts to create a platform for advocating bisexual rights.

Bisexual Awareness Week was co-founded by GLAAD and BiNet USA to educate people on obstacles faced by the bisexual community, as well as to set policies that ensure bisexual acceptance and social integration.

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