Boston's 40th pride parade is TODAY! The parade is heartily enodrsed by Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, Gov. Deval PAtrick and give or take 12,000 marchers and more than half a million spectators. (This was last years estimate).
Mainstream sponsors include Macy's, historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Boston's Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A pride festival on City Hall Plaza starts at noon as the parade begins in the South End on Tremont Street at Clarendon. It ends at City Hall around 3pm.
A noon City Hall Plaza flag raising will be June 4. Pride day at Faneuil Hall is June 5. A tea dance for seniors is June 6 in Brookline. June 10 has a 7 p.m. rally on Boston Common. The week includes block parties and other events.
For more information and for the route and parade details check out helloboston.com.