Despite the possiblity of inclement weather, Queer LiberAction’s Freedom to Marry Day event is going forward tomorrow outside the Dallas County Records Building, according to a press release we just received. And QL has announced the couple that will celebrate its union in a public wedding ceremony before applying for a marriage license from the clerk’s office. They are Kay and Wendy Churitch, who’ve been together for eight years and were legally married in Iowa last August. The wedding ceremony will be officiated by the Rev. Daniel Kanter, senior minister at First Unitarian Church of Dallas. The event starts at noon at 509 Main.
UPDATE: It’s unclear whether the protesters will be able to go inside to request a marriage license. The Dallas Morning News reports that a decision about whether county offices are closed tomorrow will be made by 5:30 a.m.