Queer Writers Reading (at Bainbridge Island Museum)

Bainbridge Island Mueum of A 550 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island

Queer Writers Reading Five LGBTQIA+ writers from the greater Puget Sound region share their words on stage in this intimate reading. Featuring Susan Brittain (Port Townsend), Adele Donovan (Seattle), Zinnia Hansen (Seattle), Eve Palay (Bainbridge Island), Warren Read (Kingston) and introduced by Anika Tabachnick, BIMA’s Creative Aging Program Associate. WHEN Jun 5, 2022 12:00pm – 1:00pm WHERE Frank Buxton Auditorium PART OF DogEar Festival 2022 […]


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 […]


Older Lesbians Seeking Community


Are you an older lesbian feeling isolated by COVID or in general? This monthly Meetup group is for older (50+) lesbians seeking community without political strife. At the moment, Spring 2022, the meetings will be remote via Zoom until COVID activity is minimal. Initially, there will be craft and conversation meetups, where any activity is welcome. I will also attempt to teach recorder (dust off […]


History Repeats: A Pride Month Conversation, with The Outwords Archive


Legislating against the LGBTQIA+ community is nothing new, from the 1978 Briggs Initiative in California to Florida’s recently-passed “Don’t Say Gay” bill. So, what can queer history teach us about how to respond to current events? In this Flipgrid Live event, we’ll talk to trailblazing activists and lawmakers in the LGBTQIA+ community who’ll help us connect the dots and show us how to move forward. In […]


“Rainbow on the Eastside” Pride Month Art Show reception

Centro Cultural Mexicano gallery space 7945 Gilman St, Redmond

This Pride Month, come to CCM in downtown Redmond to see the only gallery show dedicated to LGBTQIA+ artists living on the Eastside. Presenting the work of 15 LGBTQIA+ artists of diverse ages and backgrounds. Artists' Reception: Thu June 16, 6:30pm - 8:30pm Gallery Hours: June 1-June 30, Weekdays 2pm-4pm (open by appointment at other times) More event information Presented by Wolfberry Studio LLC in partnership with Centro […]

Estate Planning Basics for LGBTQ+ Community

Proper estate planning is vital for anyone who wishes to protect their assets and loved ones, especially for the LGBTQ+ community. Please join Kate Jones, JD, at Law Offices of Kate Jones and BECU Trust Services as we discuss estate planning basics including essential estate planning documents for the LGBTQ+ community. Trust services provided by Members Trust Company, a federal thrift regulated by the Office […]


2022 ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition

Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington DC, USA 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001, 801 Mt Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001, WA

The ALA Annual Conference & Exhibition is the world’s biggest library event. It brings together thousands of librarians and library staff, educators, authors, publishers, friends of libraries, trustees, special guests, and exhibitors. Attendees participate in events, hear inspiring speakers, and learn from thought leaders and colleagues at hundreds of programs and in-depth sessions.


Wild Rose Pride 2022

Join us for Pride 2022! Back live and in person, and we can’t be happier about it! About this event Join us for Pride 2022! Back live and in person, and we can’t be happier about it! We are very excited to welcome a diverse selection of local and regional artists this year, and we are looking forward to sharing all of them with our […]


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 […]

Seattle Pride – Capitol Hill

PrideFest Capitol Hill is back in-person for Pride weekend! The event includes activations from Pine Street to Roy Street in the north, with offerings for all ages. GenPride will have a booth with information about Pride Place, volunteers to answer questions, and information about our Programs and Services. BROADWAY John to Roy Street Festival featuring beer gardens, restaurants, and two stages. CAPITOL HILL STATION PLAZA […]


Between the Shades: a screening of a film by Jill Silvino

You are invited to a public screening of a director’s cut of the documentary “Between the Shades,” 50 frank and heartfelt conversations exploring the many different shades of being gay. The viewing will be in three segments with panel discussions focusing on the behavioral health care needs of the LGBTQ+ community.  Your participation is encouraged-bring your questions and comments! The Washington Health Alliance’s Diversity, Equity, […]


Seattle Dyke March at Seattle Central College

Our Mission We create space on our stage to highlight and honor the experiences, pleasures, activism and identities of queer women and dyke-identified people across the gender spectrum, a space that recharges us and allows us to survive and thrive. March begins at the corner of Broadway & Pine at 6 pm. https://www.seattlepride.org/events/2022-seattle-dyke-march https://seattledykemarch.com/about/


Seattle Pride – Seattle Center

PrideFest is back at Seattle Center! After the Parade on 4th Ave is the biggest party of the weekend, featuring three stages, hundreds of acts, beer gardens, food vendors, community non-profits, dancing in the fountain, and so much more. GenPride will have a booth with information about Pride Place, volunteers to answer questions, and information about our Programs and Services. Free for all. All ages. […]


Become an Ally for LGBTQIA+ Employees


Today, the LGBTQIA+ community is under attack-in real life and in the political discourse in our country. As verbal aggression ramps up, so does physical aggression. 57 transgender or gender non-conforming people were fatally shot or violently killed in the US, in 2021-deadliest year ever. 115 bills have been proposed in 30 U.S. state legislatures focusing on limiting transgender rights, including participating on sports teams […]

Ribbon of Light (Aids Memorial Pathway) dedication

In partnership with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, the final public artwork of The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway Ribbon of Light by Horatio Hung-Yan Law, has been installed in Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park. Ribbon of Light is a series of three laminated and illuminated glass sculptures along a landscaped pathway adjacent to the main trail in the northeast corner of Cal Anderson Park. Inspired by […]



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