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About the inside + out LGBTQ History Exhibit:

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September, 16th 2019 Produced for New Hope Celebrates, Inc. Designed by Gordon Pulaski – New Hope Celebrates Creative Director Curated with Sharyn Keiser and Sandy Santello This community-inspired installation was made possible by a grant from Visit Bucks County. The doors were constructed by local craftsman Tim Molnar, owner of New Hope Remodeling, with materials donated by Niece Lumber. The graphic panels and installation provided by Don Roberts of Impact Signs of New Hope. The outdoor event space is hosted by Stella by Jose Garces at the Ghost light Inn, by The Bucks County Playhouse along the Delaware River Promenade. The exhibit will be open to the public from October 11th – 31st The exhibit features eight handcrafted mini rainbow-colored doors – Inspired by Gilbert Baker’s original rainbow pride flag design. Each door is approximately 20″ by 40″ and mounted on posts. The door colors correspond with a theme based on its original intended meaning. Visitors are invited to open the doors revealing content depicted using graphic designs and photos of people, places, and events. The purpose of this is to showcase New Hope’s LGBTQ+ contemporary history. New Hope has become synonymous with its quirky vibe. NHC strives to foster and promote inclusion and acceptance for all who live, work, and visit. This unique, one square mile town along the scenic countryside and beautiful Delaware River welcomes all. New Hope Celebrates, Inc. (NHC), is a nonprofit organization established in 2003 – focused on highlighting the history and cultural nuances of New Hope, PA while stimulating the retail, hospitality, and professional community. NHC is comprised of an Executive Board that drives activities and events that serve the diverse LGBTQ+ populace through the creation and promotion of marketing opportunities, educational activities, and cultural events like our annual PRIDE celebration held in May and NHC History Exhibits and Out in New Hope Events – and most notably the Annual High Heel Drag Race on Mechanic Street in October.  
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