Lititz Chooses Love hosts a variety of events throughout the year, and we’re adding more all the time! All of our events are free to attend and also free from transphobia, homophobia, sexism, ableism, xenophobia, fatphobia, ageism, hatefulness and discrimination of any kind. Whether it's through social gatherings, supportive spaces, or awareness campaigns, our goal is to create a platform for people to come together and celebrate their identities.

Recurring Events

Lititz Pride Festival

Our biggest event of the year! Our first Pride Festival in May of 2021 was held in a middle school parking lot and attended by 300 people. And in 2023 we had almost 3,000 folks show up and show their PRIDE! This family-friendly event has great local food vendors, music, speakers, rubber duck races, and more! To learn more about sponsorship opportunities for this awesome community gathering, contact us at

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Join us at St. Paul Penryn on the first Friday of every month for some karaoke fun with DJ Lady D! This is an all-ages event, and it’s drug and alcohol free. Come sing your heart out from 5-9 PM at this fun and welcoming gathering. This monthly event is generously sponsored in part by our awesome friends at the Jason Burkholder Real Estate Team – Hometown Property Sales Group, LLC.

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Coming Out Festival

Held each year in October, this event is an opportunity for our community to join together and share our stories of coming out. This year’s event featured the hosting talents of DJ Lady D and we had a blast! The festival featured different food and merchandise vendors, performances and lots of information about community resources.

Supportive Space Initiative

We are excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the Lancaster Public Library in our efforts to promote the mission of LCL and support our community! Every other Monday, an advisor from LCL will be available at the library to speak with anyone looking to connect with local resources and learn more about LGBTQ+ issues and experiences. No registration is required, and we are looking forward to connecting with you!

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Each year on November 20th, we join with our community members to honor and recognize the lives lost to anti-trans violence. The event location can vary from year to year, but the main purpose is to gather for a vigil where we read the names of the lives lost as a form of remembrance. It’s also an opportunity to promote awareness of the threat of violence and prejudice that continue to be felt by the transgender community.

Outdoor Activities

In the warmer months, we love to get outside and spend quality time together! From backyard games to accessible queer hikes to campfires, we love to show up and show our support for the LGBTQ+ members of our community.

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 If you're a business owner or organization looking to partner with us to provide welcoming spaces or host an event for the LGBTQ+ community, please reach out to our Director of Communications at!