While a lot of Pride events are targeted toward an older crowd, there is plenty to do for the youngins in your life. Whether it be your children, nieces or nephews, or just a family friend, there are many events happening during Pride that are family-friendly. We’ve got some ideas on how you can celebrate Pride and spend quality time with the younger ones in your life because there is no reason they can’t join in the fun!

Houston Dash Pride Night

June 12, 6 p.m.

Calling all soccer fans! The Houston Dash’s annual Pride Night is happening June 12 when they face off against the Portland Thorns. Be sure to get there early because the first 2,000 fans in attendance will receive a Dash Pride hat.

Rainbow on the Green

June 24, 7 p.m.

Grab a blanket and get a spot in front of the stage. Discovery Green is hosting its Rainbow on the Green night with live music and performances from some of Houston’s finest drag queens. 

The Pride Run

June 25, 8:30 a.m.

Start Pride day by doing your body some good. The Pride Run allows everyone to participate with a walk or run 5K, or a 10K run. 

44th Annual Houston Pride Festival and Parade

June 25, 1-10 p.m.

Pride culminates in the festival and show-stopping parade. During the day, people of all ages can enjoy the festival featuring vendor booths, live music and a Family Fun Zone. Later in the night, make your way to the annual parade downtown at Houston City Hall for the grand finale with colorful floats and a spectacle like no other. 

Gather the whole family for these Pride events meant for all ages.

For more info on all things Pride, visit PrideHouston.org.