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 […]


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 […]


Rainbow Recreation — Seward Park trip

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

Nature is a balm and Bailey Peninsula is where we're headed. Get out, move, connect with others, and feel the benefits -- even if it's a dark winter day. We'll plan to walk on the flat, paved 2.4 mile path with water and forest views. An LGBTQ+ affirming space. Open to everyone. Depart Miller CC at 9:30 am. Feb 7, 2023, Tuesday 9:30 AM - […]


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