2nd Annual North End LGBTQ+ Housing Fair

Increasing LGBTQ+ invisibility Increase Northend LGBTQ+ community, Increase resource and access to LGBTQ+ friendly housing in the Northend Advocate for LGBTQ+ impactful housing policies. Provide LGBTQ+ renters’ rights knowledge Register Here! https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/JHBi6-w028vnwbINv6cgcQ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)

2nd North Seattle Housing Fair

Increasing LGBTQ+ invisibility Increase Northend LGBTQ+ community, Increase resource and access to LGBTQ+ friendly housing in the Northend Advocate for LGBTQ+ impactful housing policies. Provide LGBTQ+ renters’ rights knowledge Register Here! https://secure.lglforms.com/form_engine/s/JHBi6-w028vnwbINv6cgcQ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)

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Introduction to Qigong

Join us for a FREE 8-week course Introduction to Qigong, with instructor Kimberly Ivy, founder of Seattle’s Embrace the Moon Tai Chi and Qigong. Qigong is a contemplative movement system that is one of the main branches of Chinese Medicine, along with Nutrition, Massage, Herbs, and Acupuncture.

Free

“My Unforgotten Seattle” – Book Reading by Ron Chew, Seattle International District Activist

Online discussion of the history of Seattle's Chinatown/International District with Ron Chew, 67 yer-old longtime community organizer and former director of the Wing Luke Asian Museum, to commemorate the release of his memoir book "My Unforgotten Seattle". Sponsored by Folio Seattle and University of Washington Press, 7:00-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13  Browse to: http://folioseattle.org/public-programs

$12.30

LGBTQ+2S & BIPOC: Vaccinations, Vaccine Trials and YOU

Age Friendly Seattle presents a FREE panel discussion on the Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color's experience and concerns around vaccines & vaccine trials. Closed captioning is available in multiple languages. To listen to the panel via phone, call (206) 686.8357, then enter meeting number 224-689-164.

Free

Unmuted Stories: Readings by Elder LGBT Authors & Allies

Zoom 517-424-7532

Join us on Wednesday November 18 at 6:30pm for selected readings from the engaging new anthology, Unmuted: Stories of Courage and Resilience from the GenPRIDE Community. Authors included in this anthology will read story excerpts, as well discuss the healing and sense of community that came from writing and sharing important life stories in what began as a simple writing workshop held by GenPRIDE. During […]

Free

Legal Preparations for Covid-19

Zoom

COVID-19 can strike suddenly and can potentially force us into extended quarantine, isolation, or a stay in the hospital. Learn what legal steps LGBTQ+ elders & caregivers can take now to prepare and secure our rights and the rights of chosen friends & family in the event COVID-19 incapacitates us or someone we're close to. Topics will include information regarding: -Needed documents -HIPPA permissions -Health […]

Free

Legal Preparations for Covid-19

Zoom

COVID-19 can strike suddenly and can potentially force us into extended quarantine, isolation, or a stay in the hospital. Learn what legal steps LGBTQ+ elders & caregivers can take now to prepare and secure our rights and the rights of chosen friends & family in the event COVID-19 incapacitates us or someone we're close to. Topics will include information regarding: -Needed documents -HIPPA permissions -Health […]

Free

Conversation: To Survive on this Shore, Photographic Exhibit at Photographic Center NW

Online

I wanted to pass along an invitation for you a request to spread widely. There is an exhibit (across the street from Seattle U) at the Photographic Center Northwest by a distinguished photographer, Jess T. Dugan. Their work culminated in a book and an exhibit called: To Survive on this Shore currently on exhibit here. To Survive on This Shore - Photographic Center Northwest (pcnw.org) […]

Free
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