Disability Pride Madison 2017 Saturday, July 29 at Tenney Park | 1414 E. Johnson Street, Madison WI | Noon - 5pm

Disability Pride Madison is excited to announce that it will be holding its fifth annual Disability Pride Festival this July 29th Tenney Park. .

The 5th annual Disability Pride Festival has relocated this year to Tenney Park, near where the Yahara River empties into Lake Mendota. Each year, the festival brings together artists, performers, advocates, and organizations to celebrate the contributions made by people with disabilities to the local community. Well-known local talent such as Tara Ayres, Tani Diakite and the Afrofunkstars, First Wave performers Lewis Elder, and others have graced the stage in previous years. This year we plan to bring back Gaelynn Lea, winner of NPR’s Tiny Desk Competition as well as add a new group of performers.

JUST ANNOUNCED! Flash Workshops in the Wellness Tent | 15-30 minutes each

12:00- Telecommunication Devices (telephones and related devices) and how they can reduce/eliminate barriers by Access to Independence

12:35- Youth Leadership with Jenny Neugart

1:10- FEED Kitchen

1:45- Advocacy Matters with  Beth Swedeen

2:20- Wisconsibs- Sibs are important too! with Harriet Redman

2:55- Assistive Technology low-tech and high tech devices that reduce barriers for independent living needs by Access to Independence

3:30- FEED Kitchen

4:05- Current Issues with the Madison School Board by Nicki Vanden Meulen

…..AND MORE! Check back for updates. 

View our full press release here