About Westfield Pride

Making Westfield safe and inclusive for all.

We are a dedicated group of individuals working towards creating an inclusive, loving, and educated community for LGBTQIA+ individuals and their allies. Through our events, support structures, and educational initiatives, we strive to foster a sense of belonging and celebrate the diversity that makes our community thrive.

Looking to Contribute?

Join our Committee!

Following last year’s successful series of PRIDE events, Westfield PRIDE is planning several events for June 2024 – all will be free to the public.

WP is Westfield’s volunteer organization, founded last year, to celebrate, honor, and support individuals within our LGBTQIA+ community.

WP is seeking committee members for each of the numerous events being planned for this year’s PRIDE Month in June. We are asking those interested in participating to please submit a completed Google form found here.

Several of last year’s events are being repeated and more are being planned. Details for each event will be forthcoming.

We look forward to our second year of fun, exciting, interesting, educational and collaborative efforts aimed at enhancing life, work, and play within the city we call “home.”

Support Westfield Pride

For only $10, you can proudly display your commitment to inclusivity and love right in your own yard. These vibrant and weather-resistant signs feature the iconic pride flag colors, making a bold statement for equality and acceptance.

By purchasing a Westfield Pride Yard sign, you not only demonstrate your support, but also contribute to our ongoing efforts in building an inclusive community.

All proceeds go to a scholarship at WSU for displaced LGBTQ students.

Spread the message of love and inclusivity throughout Westfield and surrounding areas. Get your Westfield Pride Yard sign today and join us in creating a welcoming community for all.

Limited quantities available.

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Pride Event Calendar


Westfield Pride Spotlight

MARTINE ROTHBLATT On this the 54th anniversary of Stonewall, the Greenwich riots that were the catalyst to the modern gay rights movement, it seems appropriate to honor business leader Martine Rothblattt, who represents how far the LGBTQIA+ community has come since the Sixties, when so many […]
PIDGEON PAGONIS Pidgeon Pagonis is an American writer, activist, artist and consultant, whose life has been dedicated to advocating for bodily autonomy and justice for the thousands of people who are intersex (roughly 7.8 billion of the world’s population – nearly the same number as people […]
EDITH “EDIE” WINDSOR (1929-2017) In honor of the tenth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s legalization of same-sex marriage in the U.S., let us remember advocate, Edith Windsor, who was the lead plaintiff in the case that led to the landmark ruling. A technology manager and considered […]

Local Business Support

Westfield Pride extends our Thanks to

Creative Arts Center

105 Elm Street

4 Coleman Avenue

8 Franklin Street

Greylock Street

10 Elm Street

60 Main Street

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