Recurring Event Dine Together with AgePRIDE and GenPride

Dine Together with AgePRIDE and GenPride

The Tin Table Restaurant 915 E. Pine St, 2nd floor, Seattle

Free lunch & conversation! Join us for a free, delicious prepared lunch with new friends. Join us for conversation and community. Please feel free to come alone or bring a friend. LGBTQ+ encouraged to attend. Allies welcome. Dine Together is a program to help end isolation, build community, and engage older adults in their communities. WHO: Adults 55 + and their caregivers RSVP to AgePrideCenter@uw.edu […]

Free

Silver Kite Theater Company presents “Phoenix”

“Phoenix”- A Live Theater Debut Join us in-person for a free, original, live theater production entitled “Phoenix” which explores overcoming adversity and making oneself anew. An intergenerational cast of five (ages 19 – 78) share personal stories, songs and scenes in a 45-minute performance, followed by a lively discussion with the audience. This NW original production will perform in GenPride’s Pike & Pine community meeting […]

Free
Recurring Event AgePRIDE / GenPride Support Group

AgePRIDE / GenPride Caregiver Support Group

Zoom

Caregiver Support Group -- A monthly LGBTQ+ caregiver support group Join AgePRIDE and GenPride for this monthly facilitated caregiver support group in support of one another. In this facilitated group, we'll share our experiences, offer resources, and support fellow caregivers navigating a similar experience. WHO: LGBTQ+ caregivers or those who are a caregiver for someone in the LGBTQ+ community WHEN: 2nd Monday of the month […]

Free

Rainbow Recreation – Field Trip to Carkeek Park Salmon

CARKEEK PARK SALMON Learn, connect, and gain the benefits of time spent in nature when we travel to Carkeek Park during peak salmon run season. We’ll hear about these amazing creatures and the watershed. Dress to be comfortable walking outdoors in the woods on uneven terrain for a few hours in the PNW Fall. Bring trail snacks / lunch and water bottle in a day […]

$10

TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

St. Patrick Episcopal Church 15224 52nd Ave W, Edmonds

Presented by St. Hilda St. Patrick Episcopal Church -- Saturday November 19, 2022 at 7:00 pm Celebrating the lives of Transgender People we’ve lost, celebrating the strides being made for Transgender Rights in the face of hate, & bringing together the whole community in support of LOVE, INCLUSIVENESS, DIVERSITY, and UNDERSTANDING. Live-Streamed@ https://bit.ly/3SSpf6d Please join us as we STAND TOGETHER and STAND UP to hate, violence & intolerance against our […]

Free

On/After Boucher – Lecture with Molly Vaughan

Frye Art Museum 704 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA

Join Frye Art Museum's Boren Banner artist Molly Jae Vaughan for a ritual performance and public lecture exploring the work of Francois Boucher (1703 – 70). Boucher’s jubilant, fluid and coloristic style was criticized later in his life as frivolous, but his opulent and decorative drawings from mythology draft the perfect canvas for Vaughan. Her ongoing series After Boucher inserts transgender people into this lavish Rococo […]

Free
Recurring Event GenPride Writers Lab

GenPride Writers Lab

Zoom 517-424-7532

Calling all authors! Join GenPride’s twice monthly Writers Lab. The Writers Lab is a mutual support group for experienced LGBTQIA+ writers who want accountability, structure, and a 'lab space' to test out written pieces, refine ideas, and build on your results. This free group meets online on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm. New members and all writing genres are […]

Free

Movie Club: December – NO ORDINARY MAN: THE BILLY TIPTON DOCUMENTARY

Zoom 517-424-7532

American jazz musician Billy Tipton developed a reputable touring and recording career in the mid-twentieth century, along with his band The Billy Tipton Trio. After his death in the late 80s, it was revealed that Tipton was assigned female at birth, and his life was swiftly reframed as the story of an ambitious woman passing as a man in pursuit of a music career. The […]

Free

Recurring Event Strength & Balance

Strength & Balance

Zoom 517-424-7532

Join us for this 40-minute movement-based class that integrates full-body strength, balance, and core-strengthening exercises. Exercises will focus on strengthening the major muscle groups of the body in vertical and horizontal positions for strength and challenging our static and dynamic balance. In this virtually-taught class, we will use our own body weight using a chair for balance for support and a mat to aid various […]

Free
Recurring Event Tai Chi Chih

Tai Chi Chih

Miller Community Center 330 19th Ave E., Seattle, WA

A meditative Tai Chi practice for toning and enlivening the body. Chair-seated students are welcome. An LGBTQ+ affirming space. Open to everyone. Fee-based class, scholarships available. Late registration possible. Jan 12, 2023 - Mar 16, 2023 Thursdays 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM Register here: Rainbow Recreation Tai Chi Chih 

Recurring Event Qigong

Qigong

Zoom 517-424-7532

Join instructor Kimberly Ivy, founder of Seattle’s Embrace the Moon Tai Chi and Qigong for a free, online, 10-week course: Introduction to Qigong. Qigong is a practice of contemplative movement that is one of the main branches of Chinese medicine. Qigong helps us to understand Yin/Yang philosophy, meditation, breath, and movement. All these beautiful flows harmonize the body, mind, and spirit with nature and provide […]

Free
Recurring Event GLORIA: A LIFE

GLORIA: A LIFE

12th Avenue Arts 1620 12th Ave, Seattle, WA

GLORIA: A LIFE Presented by Strawberry Theatre Workshop January 19- February 18 Thu-Fri-Sat 7:30 pm MAINSTAGE THEATRE​Five decades after Gloria Steinem began raising her voice for equality and championing the voices of others, she remains a leader of the American women’s movement. Emily Mann's play traces the progress of Steinem's extraordinary life, from her undercover Playboy Bunny exposé in the 1960s, through her founding of […]

$10

Aging Well in Community – Free Webinar

Join author Margaret Critchlow to learn the easy steps you can take now towards aging well in community. Learn about: the difference community can make in aging well planning for social connection in your later years a preview of a five-session online course: Planning for Aging in Community Can't attend live? This webinar will be recorded and sent to all registrants the following day. REGISTER […]

Free

Rainbow Recreation — Lift Your Voice

Miller Community Center 330 19th Ave E., Seattle, WA

A meeting place and activity to share, experiment, and discover. Singing and oral storytelling will be supported through training methods that unlock the potential of the human voice. Project development will consider the skill levels and prior experiences of registered participants. A community building lab around something we all share -- our voices! An LGBTQ+ affirming space. Open to everyone. Register here: Lift Your Voice […]

At the Movies: Hairspray Live!

Zoom 517-424-7532

Join GenPride’s monthly Movie Club on Friday, Jan 27 to watch and discuss the star-studded musical Hairspray – Live! This is the NBC live broadcast of the Broadway smash hit, which had its original trial run here in Seattle at the Fifth Avenue Theater. Based on the original indie movie by gay icon John Waters, Hairspray – Live is a camp, rollicking romp that depicts […]

Free

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