World AIDS Day 2021
End Inequalities. End HIV. End Pandemics
Commemorate and reflect on World AIDS Day with Frannie Peabody Center
World AIDS Day is an important time for our community to come together to honor our friends, family, and loved ones who have passed from HIV/AIDS, but also to support and encourage those who are still living with or impacted by this disease.
Frannie Peabody Center will be hosting multiple events, including a candlelight vigil on December 1st, in addition to viewings of AIDS Quilt panels and free HIV testing during select time slots from December 1st-5th. Both of these events are open to the public, although we encourage RSVP's for the vigil. For more information about each event, please click on the event buttons below for specific details.
The AIDS Quilt will be available for viewing from December 1st-5th, please see "AIDS Quilt" button below for the full schedule.
Free testing will occur during select times between the 1st and 5th.
The candlelight vigil with remarks from Dr. Shah, Director of the ME CDC, will start at 5:00pm on December 1st. See button below for more details and to RSVP.