Save the date of Friday, December 7th for Hulliday Pride Karaoke & Disco Party!
7pm to ?
Jo’s Nautical Bar
125 Main St, Hull, MA 02045
Sing holiday tunes (or just your favorite karaoke song) with the Hull Pride Committee. Enjoy drinks, singing and dancing!
RSVP and share on Facebook!
Hull Pride is honored to announce a special performance by Kristen Merlin during our 2018 celebration. June 2nd @ the Hull Yacht Club, no cover. Kristen was a finalist on season 6 of The Voice. Check out some of her highlights https://youtu.be/hX4j09d8cf4.
Local Latin and Rock cover band, Los Gallos Locos (The Crazy Roosters), will be playing the Hull Pride Family Field Day at Mariner’s Park (5 Fitzpatrick Way) during the afternoon of Saturday, June 2nd.
Bring the whole family and join Hull Pride for great music, games and food.
Interested in assisting us with Hull Pride 2018?
Fill out this form and a board member will get back to you!
Save the date! RSVP on Facebook.
Our popular winter disco event returns. This year you can buy your tix ahead of time by going here.
Save the date for our next event. A karaoke jam! And we are bringing it back to Jo’s Nautical Bar, our original location for Hull Pride. Join us for a fun night out.
Hello friends of Hull Pride! Come by tomorrow and visit us at the Endless Summer Waterfront Festival in Hull. New swag has arrived! Location: Nantasket Avenue between Lewis and Wharf. Hope to see you there!
Hull’s No Place for Hate Committee (NPFH) is sponsoring a community-wide forum on How to Respond to Hateful Actions.
Tuesday, August 22 at 6:00 PM at end of Lewis Street at Nantasket Beach for a “symbolic casting of hate” into the ocean; then 7:00 PM at the Senior Center, 197A Samoset Avenue, Hull, MA 02045 for a presentation.
Hull Police will make a presentation on what they consider a hateful action needing their involvement. Then the NPFH committee will offer information from the Southern Poverty Law Foundation and other sources on some responses to hateful actions.
This should be a thought-provoking and a good discussion that will hopefully lead people to examine and flesh-out their own thoughts on the topic and to plan how each of us thinks is the best way to respond if/when we’re exposed to hateful acts or acts of bigotry and prejudice.