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Pulse Annual Remembrance Week 2019
onePULSE Foundation and Community Events


CommUNITY Rainbow Run 4.9K
Wadeview Park - 2177 South Summerlin Ave
Saturday, June 8 at 7 a.m. - 10 a.m.
On Saturday, June 8, 2019 the onePULSE Foundation will host the CommUNITY Rainbow Run in partnership with the DeVos Sports Business Management Program at the University of Central Florida. An established 4,000 runners and walkers will join us at Wadeview Park for a 4.9K, kid’s fun run and commUNITY festival. The race is in honor of all affected by the Pulse tragedy and the course goes by the Pulse Interim Memorial site. Company team participation is encouraged. Prizes will be given for the largest group, furthest traveled and best theme.

Annual Pulse Remembrance Ceremony
Pulse Interim Memorial - 1912 South Orange Avenue
Wednesday, June 12 at 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
The community will gather at the Pulse Interim Memorial in an hour of remembrance and tribute to the 49 lives taken, all the affected survivors and first responders who cared for them.

Ringing of the Bells
First United Methodist Church - 142 East Jackson Street
Wednesday, June 12 at Noon
Join a public gathering for the of ringing 49 bells. Multiple churches around the world have aligned for the ringing of the bells at noon.

One Orlando Alliance: Love & Kindness on the Lawn
Dr. Phillips Performing Arts Center - Seneff Plaza - 445 South Magnolia Avenue
Sunday, June 9 at 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Food trucks, live music, “Human Heart” photo opportunity, group loving kindness meditation and #OrlandoUnited giveaways.

Love Speaks: Artistic Responses to the Pulse Nightclub Tragedy
Orange County Regional History Center - 65 East Central Blvd
Sunday, June 1 - Sunday, Sept. 22

To date, Orange County’s History Center has collected more than 6,000 pieces, curated from the memorials throughout Central Florida. More information can be found at:

Recordemos Our 49
Joy Metropolitan Community Church - 2351 S. Fern Creek Ave
Saturday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m.
Join Joy MCC as they come together to remember and honor those taken from our community on June 12, 2016. All are welcome.

Acompañenos a honrar la memoria de quienes perdieron sus vidas el 12 de junio del 2016. Invitamos a toda la comunidad a ser parte de este momento de reflexión.


Pulse Interim Memorial
1912 South Orange Avenue
Establishing a sanctuary of healing and a beacon of hope by memorializing the lives taken, the lives saved and all the lives affected by the Pulse Nightclub tragedy of June 12, 2016 - ensuring Pulse's legacy of love lives on forever. Open daily from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Colonialtown Labyrinth
820 N. Ferncreek Avenue
Open from sunup to sundown, meditation labyrinths are used as a path for healing. Intentional walking in a quiet place on a set path allows for a level of focus and release. The Colonialtown labyrinth had been planned, but the names of the Pulse victims and the fractured heart were added at the request of the Colonialtown Neighborhood Association. The labyrinth was constructed with Capital Improvement Funds from Orlando District 4 Commissioner Patty Sheehan.

Orlando Health
Lake Beauty Drive
The forty-nine limestone pavers feature the names of the 49 Angels lost in the Pulse Nightclub tragedy, just around the corner from the hospital. The pavers have been placed in a circular design around the hospital’s entryway fountain, forming a memorial garden at Lake Beauty Park on the Orlando Health campus.