Greenwich Village-Sheridan Square Park and Christopher Street
Friday, 22 June 2007 @ 7 PM
AIDS CANDLELIGHT VIGIL NYC is a memorial to all the people who died of HIV/AIDS, to show support for survivors in addition to support for those now afflicted with HIV/AIDS. This event is a nondenominational event. There is no discrimination of color, race and/or sexual preference.
AIDS CANDLELIGHT VIGIL NYC is not associated with any political, religious, or city, state or federal agency. It is just a group of loving, caring individuals with a common cause, to REMEMBER, and to SHOW SUPPORT. Everyone is welcome!
SHOW THE WORLD AND NYC THAT HIV/AIDS HAS A FACE AND A NAME AND EVERYONE IS AFFECTED!
AIDS CANDLELIGHT VIGIL NYC provides candles free of charge. The procession starts at Sheridan Square Park and proceeds down Christopher Street. . a banner and the wreath is carried down Christopher Street. Supporters of those struggling with HIV/AIDS, and friends, family members and loved ones of those who have passed from AIDS carry light candles in a quiet march to the waterfront. At the end of Christopher Street at the Hudson River waterfront a wreath is tossed into the waters in memory of those who have passed of AIDS.
AIDS CANDLELIGHT VIGIL NYC is an official HOP *Heritage of Pride* event.
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Contact GAIL CAMINITI at 347-297-8501 or email at GEEE2252@AOL.COM