GenPride Online and In-Person Programs

Sort and filter results for all of our current events, classes, workshops, and find upcoming events here too! You can also see an event calendar at

All GenPride Programming is free for the community with support and funding from the City of Seattle.

GenPride Movie Club

GenPride has partnered with Scarecrow Video to create our new ‘Movie Club’ featuring free online screening, presented by Seattle’s Scarecrow

GenPride Intro to Qigong

Join instructor Kimberly Ivy of Embrace the Moon Tai Chi and Qigong School in a free, 10-week class series exploring

GenPride Strength & Balance

Join us for this 40-minute movement-based class that integrates full-body strength, balance, and core-strengthening exercises. For more information on this

GenPride Yoga & Stretch

Experience with yoga or stretching is not required. This class is designed to be approachable by all populations, regardless of

Healthy Holidays, Eating Well Online Presentation

Thursday November 17th, @ 6 pm. For our upcoming cooking class, Jessica Wolf, a dietitian with the Chicken Soup Brigade

GenPride Re-connecting Together Support Group

Re-connecting Together Support Group [in-person] Many of us are still struggling to come out of the isolation and loneliness caused by the

Dementia Legal Planning for LGBTQIA+ Elders

Have you or a loved one received a diagnosis of dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other memory loss illness? Learn what legal documents you should

GenPride Writers Lab

Calling all authors! Join us for the Fall series of GenPride’s twice-monthly Writers Lab, starting September 13.If you have already taken

Art in the Parks: Outdoor Watercolor Workshop

Join other older adults for a free, 3-week, outdoor painting workshop, with GenPride and Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Rainbow Recreation!


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