Seattle Pride at the Park (Volunteer Park)

Volunteer Park 1400 E. Galer St., Seattle, WA

Seattle Pride in the Park will take place on Saturday, June 4 at Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill and is the first event to kick off Seattle Pride’s 48th Annual Pride Month Celebration. This LGBTQIA+ Family Reunion is free to attend and will feature a can’t-miss lineup of LGBTQIA+ performances co-curated in partnership with Taking B(l)ack Pride, activities, food trucks, an alcohol garden, local nonprofit booths, […]

Free

Walking Tour: Pioneer Square and the Making of Queer Seattle

UW Ph.D candidate and historian Julian Barr will lead us on a walking tour of Pioneer Square, Seattle’s “original neighborhood,” revealing a different history than most downtown tours; the development of Seattle’s queer community from the 1890s to the present. $15. Meet at Greenwood Senior Center. Bring bus fare and money for lunch. Register: 206.297.0875. Please note that all trips are made taking public transportation […]

$15
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Seattle LGBTQIA+ Alzheimer’s & Dementia Caregiver Support Group

Zoom

The group is for those who are unpaid or family caregivers for someone who is living with dementia. A free, online support group. Third Tuesday of each month 6:30-8 p.m. Build a support system with people who understand.  Alzheimer’s Association® support groups, conducted by trained facilitators, are a safe place for the care partners of people living with dementia to: • Develop a support system. […]

Free

40th Annual Run & Walk with Pride

4K and 8K Saturday, June 25 9am at Seward Park Friday, June 24 - Monday, June 27 Virtually Run & Walk with Pride and Seattle Frontrunners are volunteer-lead organizations. All event profits benefit local LGBTQIA+ nonprofits. In 2022, 80% will go to Peer Seattle, a branch of Peer Washington. Peer Washington cultivates powerful, healthy lives by providing peer emotional support and development services to those […]

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