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Niagara Falls will celebrate Bi Visibility Day with a stunning light show

Niagara Falls lit in the colors of the Bisexual Pride Flag
Niagara Falls lit in the colors of the Bisexual Pride FlagPhoto: Niagara Falls Illumination Board

Niagara Falls, the shared natural wonder that spans America and Canada, will light up in the colors of the bisexual flag on September 23 to honor Bi Visibility Day.

The Twitter account for Bi Request announced the special light show. It is not listed on the Niagara Falls Illumination Board’s website with a schedule for other displays, an odd turn of events for a day dedicated to visibility.

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The account notes that the falls will be lit in Bi Pride colors starting at 10 p.m. Eastern time for 15 minutes. They also shared ways for people around the world to see the display online for free.

Altogether, three falls make up the system. The Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls, straddle the international border. The other two, smaller waterfalls, are in the United States.

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