York’s LGBT History: make your own rainbow plaque, 20th February

As part of York’s LBGT History Month, York’s Alternative History are hosting (for the second year)…

York’s LGBT History: make your own rainbow plaque
20th February, 1pm-5pm

There are over seventy blue plaques around York commemorating famous people or events.
To celebrate York LGBT History Month 2016, we invite you to create your own rainbow plaques to mark places of personal and political significance to LGBT history. Drop into Explore York between 1pm and 3pm to make your removable cardboard plaque. After 3pm, we’ll distribute them around the city. If you arrive after that time, we’ll leave contact details with Explore so you can find out how to join us en route.

Venue: Marriott Room, Explore York Libraries & Archives, Library Square, Museum Street, York YO1 7DS
Accessibility: Baby changing, Wheelchair access

Tickets: None required

Photos from last year’s event:

29.KinsManorDiscos

1.Preparingtheplaques

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