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Centre LGBTQA Support Network Selling ‘Rainbow Cards’ To Celebrate Pride Month

The Centre LGBTQA Support Network (CLSN) is selling “rainbow cards” to celebrate National Pride Month this June. Special deals and discounts are available at participating downtown State College businesses with the purchase of a rainbow card.

Rainbow cards are $10 and can be purchased at 3 Dots Downtown, Webster’s, Downtown State College Improvement District, and Chumley’s. Check, cash, and Venmo are acceptable payment methods.

The CLSN’s mission is to “bring the community together through LGBTQA education and activities in the Centre region.” Proceeds will benefit the Centre region’s LGBTQA community.

State College’s Pride celebration returns on Saturday, June 11. The second annual event will feature a “Pride Ride” car caravan and parade. An after-party will take place at the Sidney Friedman Parklet on Fraser Street that will feature live music, a magician, drag competitions, and themed booths.

Rainbow card deals are available at the following locations:

  • AIDS Resource — Free condoms
  • Antifragile Brewing Company — 10% off during Pride Weekend
  • Appalachian Outdoors — 10% off during Pride Weekend (except on consignment items and axes)
  • Chumley’s — $25 Chumley’s gift card for the discounted rate of $20
  • Comic Swap — 10% off of any single non-sale item during Pride Weekend (restrictions may apply)
  • Connections Clothing — 15% off during Pride Weekend
  • GOCANDYSHOP! — 20% off and a free Pride representation pin
  • Graduate Hotel — 15% off Trophy Room (lobby level restaurant + bar) and 15% off Graduate State College room nights year round
  • Growing Tree Toys — 10% off during June
  • Happy Valley Improv — 20% off ticket prices for the June 10 Improv show
  • Harpers — 20% off full price purchase during Pride Weekend
  • House of Kashmir — 20% off during June
  • Juana’s — 10% off during June
  • Lions Pride — 20% off your entire full-price purchase during June
  • McLanahan’s — $1 off any deli sandwich during June (valid at both locations)
  • Monarch Martial Arts Academy — New students get 50% off tuition in June
  • The Nittany Quill — 10% off during June
  • Reini Goldsmiths & Jewelers — 30% off in-store during Pride Week
  • State College Area Roller Derby — 50% off the ticket price to any games hosted in 2022
  • The Makery — 10% off Maker Kits during Pride Weekend
  • The Peaceful Kingdom Farms — Free gift with every purchase
  • The Queen, A Victorian Bed & Breakfast — 10% off a two-night stay or 10% off a $200 gift certificate in 2022 (excluding Penn State football weekends)
  • Tiger’s Eye Vintage Shop — 10% off during Pride Weekend
  • Trucare Outreach — Free Pride rainbow accessories
  • Webster’s Bookstore Cafe — 10% off during Pride Weekend
  • Wiscoy for Animals — Purchase a $30 gift card for the discounted price of $20 during June

Additional vendors are expected to be added, so check out the CLSN’s website for an up-to-date list. Students and community members can also check out Penn State’s Pride events this month.

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Colleen Nersten

Colleen is a junior biology major from York, Pa and is one of Onward State's associate editors. She overuses the ~tilde~ and aspires to be no other than the great Guy Fieri. You can find Colleen filling up her gas tank at Rutter’s, the ~superior~ Pennsylvania gas station. Please direct any questions or concerns to [email protected] For the hijinks, always.

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