Boulder set to unveil special plaque

December 2, 2018 by  

Residents of Boulder will be gathering in the lobby of its Downtown Historic Courthouse to celebrate the unveiling of a brand new plaque.

The sign will pay homage to the role the area has played in the struggle for civil rights undertaken by citizens who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ).

The crowd will assemble for the ceremony, which will include remarks from a variety of speakers, at 4:30 pm. Along with the unveiling, several other activities are on the agenda, and the whole community is welcome to come and be a part of the occasion.

Once the plaque is revealed to the public, there will be a film screening, which will be followed by light refreshments. The assembled crowd can mingle and socialize. There is no admission fee being charged, and the plan is for the festivities to run for approximately one and a half hours.

An event like this can bring people together in a spirit of festive celebration, and a professional banner printing company can supply decorations and other items that can add the final touch to the occasion. Anyone who would like to find out more about the plans for the evening has been asked to contact gboerkircher@bouldercounty.org.

January 4 has been selected to be the date for this special event. Anyone who plans on being a part of the function is asked to RSVP no later than December 28.

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