Honoring The Memory Of Pulse, Two Years Later

Ways to honor and remember the victims of Pulse, Tuesday June 12th 

Acts of Love and Kindness from One Orlando Alliance

  • Time: All Day
  • Acts of Love and Kindness is a movement grown out of the spirit of giving and good deeds witnessed in the aftermath of the tragedy at Pulse Nightclub on June 12, 2016. Organizations throughout the area will use this as a day of community service. To find a place to volunteer, head to the Acts of Love and Kindness site.

Sea to Sea Flag and Art Exhibit

  • Orange County Administration Office (400 E. South St., Orlando)
  • All day
  • Section 93 represent a 25-foot section of the world’s largest 1.25-mile original 8-color LGBTQ rainbow flag that was constructed in 2003 in Key West, Florida. The Sea-to-Sea flag stretched from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico and required more than 2,000 people to carry it. The county will feature a small exhibit on the first floor atrium of the administration building – the banner of the 49 will be hung and Pulse-related work will be showcased.

Orlando Together: Community Open House

  • Orlando United Assistance Center (East Michigan Street, Orlando)
  • 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Join us at the Orlando United Assistance Center for a special afternoon open house focused on loving our community. Food trucks and other vendors, a special Pulse remembrance activity and more.

Pride in our City

  • Orlando City Soccer Stadium (655 W. Church Street, Orlando)
  • 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Fans can visit the 49 permanent #OrlandoUnited rainbow seats in Section 12. 
  • Pride in the City merchandise available for purchase starting June 11, with 25 percent of proceeds going to One Orlando Alliance, The Dru Project, onePulse Foundation, Zebra Coalition and Contigo Fund.

Ringing of the Bells

  • Noon
  • Places of worship across the country will toll their bells 49 times to honor the victims of the Pulse attack. Head to the 49 Bells website to see who is taking part.

Inspiration Orlando United – Mural

  • 801 E. Washington St. / Exterior east wall of the historic Burton’s Bar and Grille
  • All Day
  • Artists Michael Pilato and Yuriy Karabash along with co-founder Chimene Hurst have led a collaborative team in the creation of this unique mural in response to the tragedy at Pulse Nightclub.

Annual Remembrance Ceremony

  • Pulse Nightclub Memorial, Orange Ave.
  • 7 p.m.
  • Orlando leaders and the community will honors the victims, survivors and first responders at the Pulse Memorial
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