Museum of Discovery and Science to Host Fifth Annual Family Pride Day Celebration on Saturday, June 24

FREE admission for the community!

The Museum of Discovery and Science (MODS) invites the South Florida community to attend its Fifth Annual Family Pride Day Celebration, presented by Bank of America, The Our Fund Foundation, The Community Foundation of Broward, AARP, and OutClique (Exclusive Media Partner) on Saturday, June 24, in alignment with the nationally celebrated LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Admission is free.

“Our community initiatives, like our Family Pride Day, further our commitment to creating a vibrant and accepting Museum experience for all families,” said Joseph P. Cox, president and CEO of MODS. “We have created a culture of hospitality where all families are celebrated. We take pride in being a museum where everyone can learn and rediscover science through our programs as an individual or family. We hope the entire community will join us at this event.”

The event will be held at MODS from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with special programming throughout the day. Families can:

  • Participate in the rainbow science lab and make-and-take a Pride flag, create prisms and tie-dyed t-shirt.
  • Experience an explosion of colors with a special Pride KaBOOM! Show.
  • Meet our resident animal ambassadors.
  • Meet partners and friends of the LGBTQ+ community in action.

“Bank of America joyfully partners with MODS for another colorful Family Pride Day at the Museum to celebrate diversity and inclusion in our community,” said Lori Chevy, president, Bank of America Fort Lauderdale. “Family Pride Day is an incredible opportunity to show our support for all of south Florida’s diverse families.”

MODS is known as a family-friendly community connector. Being welcoming to all is at the forefront of the Museum’s everyday experiences. For more information about MODS Family Pride Day, please visit

“The Our Fund Foundation is proud to partner with MODS to celebrate the diversity of our region and the acceptance of the tapestry of families that make South Florida the accepting community that it is,” said David Jobin, president and CEO, The Our Fund Foundation.

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