An evening dedicated to stories about Pride

It’s been 50 years since the Stonewall Riots launched the modern LGBT+ rights movements. This year, we commemorate Pride Month with a special evening of thought-provoking entertainment as the region’s best storytellers bring you their true personal tales of struggles, laughter, loss, and triumph on their way to celebrating Pride.

Performers include:

Kevin Allison, Host & Founder RISK! show and podcast

Donna Minkowitz, Author of Growing Up Golem

Calvin S. Cato, named one of Time Out New York’s “Queer Comics of Color to Watch”

Colin Wilhm, Moth StorySLAM champ, producer of The Jinx and Catfish

Frank Paiva, co-creator Catwalk Kings, featured writer in the New York Times’ “Modern Love” column

Co-produced with Pros(e) of Pie.

June 29

Doors open at 7pm, event begins at 8pm

Tickets: $25

Recommended for ages 18+

$2/ticket surcharge for onsite and phone purchase


GPS address for Philipsburg Manor:
381 N Broadway, Sleepy Hollow, NY


Is there food available?

Beer, wine, and pie are available to purchase on site. There are also many fine restaurants in the area.

Where can I park?

All parking is in the Philipsburg Manor overflow parking lot. Follow signs and use the GPS address. Parking in the overflow lot is FREE, safe, and secure. Handicapped parking is available in the Philipsburg Manor Visitor Center lot for cars displaying a valid handicapped placard or plate.

Is the site wheelchair accessible?

Visitor Center and Site Access

  • Handicapped parking is available at the Visitor Center as well as handicapped restrooms.
  • Wheelchair visitors are asked to have the front desk staff person call the site manager on duty to arrange for entrance at the back gate of the property on Bellwood Avenue.
  • The entire site (including the Visitor Center) is about 5 acres. At this time, the bridge over the millpond is not accessible to any visitors due to an ongoing construction project. The walk from the Visitor Center around the millpond is on a dirt path, includes some uneven terrain, and takes about 10 minutes.

Historic Core

  • The historic core has limited wheelchair accessibility. The grist mill, the barn, and the lower kitchen and first floor of the Manor House are accessible using ramps. The Activity Center and the second floor of the Manor House are not wheelchair accessible.
  • There are a few steps into each building. There is a narrow, steep flight of 12 stairs from the first to the second floor of the Manor House and another similar flight of stairs back down to the first floor.

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