Dozens Gather in Support of Drag Story Time in Penticton

Love Shows Up for Story Time

On a sunny Saturday morning, the Penticton Art Gallery was filled with love and support as people of all ages gathered to attend Drag Story Time. This event, featuring local drag performer Freida Whales, has been a beloved tradition in the Okanagan for the past six years.

Inside the gallery, the atmosphere was buzzing with excitement. Families, friends, and community members eagerly awaited the start of the event, ready to be transported into a world of imagination and storytelling. Outside, the lively crowd added to the cheerful ambiance, spreading positivity and acceptance.

Drag Story Time is not just about reading stories. It’s about creating a safe and inclusive space for children to explore their creativity and embrace diversity. Through the power of storytelling, children learn important lessons about love, acceptance, and equality.

With a full register of attendees, it was clear that Drag Story Time has made a significant impact on the community. The event has become a cherished tradition, bringing people together from all walks of life. The support shown by the attendees is a testament to the progress we have made in embracing diversity and celebrating individuality.

Drag Story Time is a testament to the vibrant and accepting community we have here in the Okanagan. By providing children with positive role models and teaching them the values of love and acceptance, we are shaping a future where everyone feels valued and included.

As the event came to a close, the smiles on everyone’s faces reflected the success of Drag Story Time. The impact of this event extends far beyond a simple storytime – it has created a space where children can be themselves and learn to love without judgment.

Drag Story Time is an important event that showcases the beauty of diversity and teaches children the values of acceptance and inclusivity. It is an event that we can all be proud of, as it represents our commitment to creating a more inclusive society.

Let’s continue to support events like Drag Story Time and work towards a more accepting and diverse community. Together, we can make a difference and create a future where everyone feels accepted, loved, and celebrated.

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