Second Annual Queer Prom in Traverse City Seeks Funding

By | 2018-03-14T14:33:38+00:00 March 14th, 2018|Michigan, Neighborhoods, News, Traverse City|

The second annual Queer Prom in Traverse City, a high schooler-exclusive dance that celebrates LGBTQ youth and their allies, is expected to draw in more than 200 attendees from communities near and far. John Young, the vice-chairperson at Polestar LGBTQ+ Community Center in Traverse City, was the driving force behind the first Queer Prom in 2017. He anticipates this year’s dance to see double or even triple the number of attendees compared to last year’s — a rare figure for queer proms at large.