Pulse Memorial Events In Orlando

It has been two years since Orlando felt the painful and lasting impact of the Pulse Nightclub Attack. In the months that have passed, the community has come together to rebuild and renew in the face of this horrific event. The scars remain, but hope is strong, infectious, and thriving here in Orlando. The pride of a community founded in love, creativity, and diversity grows stronger each day.

Here’s how you can remember the victims, the survivors, the families and friends, and the community as a whole on this painful but promising day of remembrance.

Ringing Of The Bells | onePULSE Foundation
Date: June 12, 2018
Time: 12:00PM
Where: 142 East Jackson Street, Orlando, FL
What: “Join a public gathering for the ringing 49 bells. Multiple churches around the world have aligned for the ringing of the bells around the world.”
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Pulse Memorial | Gay Straight Alliance Valencia Osceola
Date: June 12, 2018
Time: 6:00PM
Where: Valencia College Campus (1800 Denn John Ln, Kissimmee, Florida 34744)
What: “Join us as we honor the lives of those who were lost.”
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Annual Remembrance Ceremony | onePULSE Foundation
Date: June 12, 2018
Time: 7:00PM
Where: Pulse Nightclub Memorial, Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL
What: “onePULSE Foundation is hosting a public ceremony to bring together Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs and the community to honor the 49 angels, the survivors and the first responders in a public gathering at the Pulse Memorial.”
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Pride In Our City | Orlando City Soccer
Date: June 12, 2018
Time: 11AM-1PM, 4PM-6PM
Where: Orlando City Soccer Stadium (655 W. Church Street, Orlando)
What: “Fans can visit the 49 permanent #OrlandoUnited rainbow seats in Section 12.” There will also be Pride merchandise available with proceeds going to various organizations.
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Prayer Ribbons Exhibition | onePULSE Foundation
Date: June 11-17, 2018
Time: Ongoing
Where: Orlando City Hall Plaza (400 S. Orange Ave., Orlando)
What: “The community of Provincetown is pleased to bring back to our city this memorial strand of prayer ribbons as a token of solidarity and love with Pulse survivors, victim’s families and the whole community of Orlando. It will include 49 ribbons with the names of the lives taken at Pulse.” You can view the exhibition now through the 17th.

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