Burien, White Center, Duwamish Valley – VSHSL Community Conversation

Event Information You are invited to join a community conversation to discuss the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy! About this event This year, the Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy is partnering with community partners from across King County to host a series of community conversations to receive YOUR input on issues related to the VSHSL. We will be hosting more conversations as the […]

Free
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T’ai Chi Chih

Zoom

Join our new Spring 2022 series of free, online T’ai Chi Chih® classes for the LGBTQAI+ and gender nonconforming community and their allies. T’ai Chi Chih is a slow-moving, meditative routine of 19 moves and one pose. Benefits include: reduced stress, increased energy and mental clarity, improved balance, flexibility, and overall well-being. Beginning and continuing students are welcome. The practice can also be done seated in a chair. […]

Free

Intro to Qigong – Fridays – 10:30 am Pacific Time

Zoom 517-424-7532

Join instructor Kimberly Ivy, founder of Seattle’s Embrace the Moon Tai Chi and Qigong for a free, 10-week Qigong course for the Spring quarter. Qigong is a contemplative movement system that is one of the main branches of Chinese Medicine. (The others are Nutrition, Massage, Herbs, and Acupuncture.) There are many variations of Qigong and you’ve likely seen several of them being practiced in the parks or online. No matter the method variety, […]

Free

Disability in the LGBTQIA+ Community (Seattle Out & Proud Foundation)

Pride Speaks: Disability in the LGBTQIA+ Community Pride Speaks is a recurring speaking series focused on various topics which impact our LGBTQIA+ community. Each session, Seattle Out & Proud Foundation invites experts and community members with lived experience to share their knowledge, reframe issues, and inspire action. After the panel discussion or talk, there's time for audience Q&A. This very special Pride Speaks event will be in-person, […]

BUILDING TENANT POWER WORKSHOP by Be:Seattle

Join organizers from Be:Seattle and guest speakers from Seattle- King County Aging & Disability Services and the elder community to discuss accommodations, how aging impacts you as a renter, and creating a tenants association in your building! Attend remotely via Zoom: Register at www.tinyurl.com/TenantPower-05-25 Attend in person at Hilltop House and a link to the event will be emailed to you, or (1005 Terrace St). […]

Free

T’ai Chi Chih

Zoom 517-424-7532

Join our new Spring 2022 series of free, online T’ai Chi Chih® classes for the LGBTQAI+ and gender nonconforming community and their allies. T’ai Chi Chih is a slow-moving, meditative routine of 19 moves and one pose. Benefits include: reduced stress, increased energy and mental clarity, improved balance, flexibility, and overall well-being. Beginning and continuing students are welcome. The practice can also be done seated in a chair. […]

Free

Seattle Pride ASIA Fest 2022

In collaboration with Equity In Education & Partners In Change; and in celebration of National Asian Pacific Islander American History & Heritage Month and to kick-off LGBTQ Pride Month – Pride ASIA proudly presents: Pride ASIA Fest 2022 Hosted by: Pride ASIA Founder, Miss Gay Filipino – ALEKSA MANILA EVENT DETAILS COMING SOON! Save the Date: Sunday May 29th from 12 pm to 4 pm, […]

Free

Common Threads Banner Common Threads: Dreaming of Home with Queer Youth and Elders

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

Common Threads: Dreaming of Home with Queer Youth and Elders Event runs from June 3rd - June 26th: https://www.biartmuseum.org/exhibitions/common-threads-dreaming-of-home-with-queer-youth-and-elders/ Common Threads is a celebratory installation of LGBTQ+ Pride co-created by community groups and queer artists around the Puget Sound region. Visitors are invited to experience perspectives of belonging shared by local LGBTQ+ youth and elders, and to reflect on what it means to feel “at […]

Taking Pride in Capitol Hill, A Community Cleanup

Taking Pride in Capitol Hill, a community clean-up, is back to kick off Pride month! Get a free t-shirt, get fed, and connect with community to spiffy the streets and sidewalks of Capitol Hill to prepare for Pride month. This year "Taking Pride" takes place on the same day as Pride in the Park (Volunteer Park), so you can clean in the morning and party […]

Free

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

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 […]

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

Older Lesbians Seeking Community

Online

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 […]

Free

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

Online

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 […]

Free

“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 […]

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