Prayer Ribbons Memorial Exhibition

Prayer ribbons displayed in front of Orlando City Hall

Following the Pulse tragedy, Prayer Ribbons from Provincetown, Massachusetts, featuring the names of the 49 victims written in gold on black ribbons and messages of hope on colorful ribbons, were on display at Harry P. Leu Gardens and Orlando City Hall Plaza to remind our community that cities around the country were supporting Orlando after its darkest day.

The ribbons were introduced in Cape Cod in the 1990s via a philanthropic organization, Provincetown Community Compact, featuring messages for loved ones who lost their battle with AIDS. These ribbons are a testament to their loving memory and resilience. Like communities across the country, Provincetown, Massachusetts was shocked and outraged by the tragedy at Pulse. In response, the Provincetown Community Compact has continually sent to our Orlando community these colorful ribbons to memorialize the 49 victims.

Through this memorial strand of Prayers Ribbons, the city of Provincetown, Massachusetts honors the strength and resilience of our Orlando community.

Exhibition Dates

The Prayer Ribbons Memorial Exhibition will be displayed at Orlando City Hall Plaza from June 10-16, 2024.




  • Monday, June 10, 2024 | 08:00 AM - Sunday, June 16, 2024 | 05:00 PM


Orlando City Hall, 400 South Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL, 32801, View Map

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