Fortunately, we weren't participating in the Provo Freedom Festival in Provo, UT. The group that organizes that celebration's Grand Parade decided at the last minute that the community's local LGBT center wasn't allowed to march:
The annual Provo Freedom Festival decided July 3 that a local LGBT resource center would not be allowed to walk in Grand Parade, according to Encircle: LGBT + Family & Youth Resource Center. The Festival, according to its website, "highlights freedom through bands, professionally crafted floats, giant helium balloons and local and national performers," while encouraging participants to "promote patriotism and traditional family values to around 300,000 spectators."
According to a Facebook post by Encircle, the Festival revoked its previously approved application to participate because it is being classified as an advocacy group. Encircle disputes that classification, however, citing its status as a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
Encircle ended up hosting a pancake breakfast on July 4th instead.
Meanwhile, the Freedom Festival's executive director has announced that he plans to meet with Encircle's leadership sometime next week to discuss the situation.