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IN PERSON VOTER REGISTRATION STILL POSSIBLE UNTIL OCTOBER 26 FOR NOVEMBER 3 GENERAL ELECTION

IF YOU HAVE MOVED BUT HAVE NOT SUBMITTED A CHANGE OF ADDRESS YOU CAN STILL GET A BALLOT SENT TO YOU


If you are not currently registered to vote in Washington State and you want to vote in the November 3 General Election, you can still register to vote, but YOU MUST REGISTER TO VOTE IN PERSON, no later than Monday, October 26.

If you live in King County, drop by the King County Elections Office at 9010 E. Marginal Way S., Tukwila (a couple blocks north of the Museum of Flight). The office is open Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and is located on the Metro bus line 124 which travels between downtown Seattle and Federal Way. For more information, call the King County Elections Office, 206-296-8683 or visit their website at www.kingcounty.gov/elections for more information. (The King County Elections Office will be closed on Monday, October 11.)

If you live outside of King County, call the Secretary of State's Elections Division at 360-902-4180 or visit their website at www.secstate.wa.gov and scroll down to the "Register to Vote" link in the home page's "Most Requested Info" category for the location of your county elections office.

If you are registered to vote in Washington State but have moved since you registered and haven't submitted a formal voter registration change of address, contact the King County Elections Office or the Secretary of State's Elections Division to find out how to obtain a ballot to vote in the November 3, General Election.

OCTOBER IS GLBT HISTORY MONTH
Equality Forum has launched the GLBT History Month 2009 website, www.glbtHistoryMonth.com. Throughout the month of October, a GLBT icon will be posted daily, with a video, biography, bibliography, downloadable images and other resources - all provided for FREE. The icons with resources for 2006, 2007 and 2008 are archived on the site. www.equalityforum.com.

SEATTLE LESBIAN & GAY FILM FESTIVAL OCTOBER 16-25
Screenings, parties, panel discussions and networking events. Screenings at: Admiral Theater, Central Cinema, Central Library, Cinerama, Egyptian Theatre, Northwest Film Forum, Central Library. See website for complete details and schedules. www.threedollarbillcinema.org

WICKED WOMYN CONFERENCE
Wicked Womyn 2009, a bi-annual leather women's conference in Seattle, will be held on the weekend of October 23-25 in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The event is open to all past, present and future women who can respect and honor a woman's SM/BDSM play space, education and fun. The event will include a meet and greet and auction, vendors, 16 workshops, and evening play parties with 250+ sexy attendees expected. For more information and to register, please visit www.wickedwomyn.com.

JET CITY HOOPS SEEKING PLAYERS FOR UPCOMING 2009/2010 SEASON
Jet City Hoops is Puget Sound's co-ed Gay basketball league. The league is open to people of all skill levels and their goal is to provide a fun environment for players who enjoy or want to learn more about basketball. For more information and to register, visit www.jetcityhoops.org. Deadline for registration is Friday, October 23.

DOCUMENTARY FILM FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO AT ALL PILGRIMS CHURCH TO BENEFIT APPROVE REF. 71
On Friday, October 23, Saturday, October 24, and Sunday, October 25, at 7 p.m., All Pilgrims Church, 500 Broadway E. (at E. Republican St.), presents Daniel Karslake's controversial documentary film For the Bible Tells Me So.

The film tells the story of five religious families in America who struggle to reconcile their Christian faith with their understanding of the Bible's teachings about homosexuality. Two of the family stories focus on famous people: The Rev. Gene Robinson, who became the first openly Gay Bishop in the Episcopal Church, and former House of Representatives minority leader Richard Gephardt, whose daughter Crissy came out as a Lesbian about the time her father made a run for the presidency.

Interwoven with the stories of the five families are comments by Biblical experts. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Harvard theologian Peter Gomes, American Baptist pastor Susan Sparks, and others argue that Biblical language must be understood in terms of its temporal social context, and should not be read literally today. As the Rev. Dr. Laurence Keene of the Christian Church, Disciples of Christ, puts it, "There's nothing wrong with a fifth-grade understanding of God as long as you're in the fifth grade."

For the Bible Tells Me So has received numerous awards, including the audience prize for best documentary film at the 2007 Seattle International Film Festival. Free-will donations will go the Washington Families Standing Together to Approve Referendum 71. www.forthebibletellsmeso.org. www.allpilgrims.org.

NORDIC LIGHTS FILM FESTIVAL OCTOBER 23-OCTOBER 25
The Nordic Heritage Museum presents the first annual Nordic Lights Film Festival, featuring contemporary, award-winning films from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden to SIFF Cinema at McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St. www.siff.net or 206-464-464-5830.

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE: TROTSKY'S THEORY OF PERMANENT REVOLUTION
On Friday, October 23, at 7:30 p.m., Andrea Bauer, managing editor of the Freedom Socialist newspaper, will speak at New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., on the concept of Permanent Revolution developed by Leon Trotsky, co-leader with Lenin of the 1917 Russian Revolution. The theory explains the relationship between socialism and the forward march of democratic rights and sheds light on current upheavals from Honduras to Iran. Door donation $3. Snack plates available at 6:30 p.m. for a $6 donation. For more information, call 206-722-2453, FSPseattle@mindspring.com or www.socialism.com/seattle. To arrange childcare, please call in advance. Wheelchair accessible.

HOMECOMING/ COMING HOME 2009 - A MASQUERADE BALL IN MOUNT VERNON, WA
A Masquerade Ball will be held on Friday, October 23, from 8 p.m. - midnight, at beautiful McIntyre Hall, 2501 E. College Way, in Mount Vernon, Music will be provided by Puget Sounds DJ Services. A wine bar and light refreshments will be available. Individual tickets are $10 for 18 & under and will be sold at the door. Tickets are $20 for 21 & over and can be purchased at www.mcintyrehall.org or 360-416-7727 ext. 2. This event will honor people of all ages, GLBTQ and allies, who did not or do not feel welcome to attend their Homecoming events or go to their class reunions. Families are encouraged to attend. Attire can be fun, comfortable, retro, costume.... The young people of Skagit Valley, supported by the Skagit Valley College Rainbow Alliance and Skagit PFLAG are hosting this party you've always wanted to attend!

NEW CITY THEATER PRESENTS CLIT NOTES BY HOLLY HUGHES
New City Theater, 1404 18th Ave. at E. Union St., presents Clit Notes by Holly Hughes, performed by Jessica Robinson. Writes Hughes, "The first time I was in love with another woman? Actually, she was a woman; I was just thirteen. In fact, this little anecdote might have a happier ending if there'd been some sort of Gay youth organization in my hometown. Some sort of North American Woman-Girl Love Association. But, nooooo! The men, they get everything good. The Lesbian chicken, who worries about them, huh?" The play will be performed Fridays, October 16, 23 and 30 (with an extended run possible), at 9:30 p.m. Tickets: $10 at brownpapertickets.com, 1-800-838-3006, and at the door.

SEATTLE QUAKE RUGBY NEW PLAYER ORIENTATION
The Seattle Quake Rugby New Player Orientation will be held on Saturday, October 24, from noon - 2 p.m., at Magnuson Park, Field #5, 7400 Sand Point Way NE. Wear clothes to work out in, preferably a t-shirt and shorts or track pants. If you have soccer cleats or a mouthguard, bring those, too.

"We here at Quake Rugby are looking for a few good men, and the New Player Orientation is the perfect place to start! We'll be doing some of our normal drills and fitness geared towards beginners, so if you're curious about learning rugby, you're in the right place. Remember: This isn't tryouts, just a chance to see if rugby is the sport for you."

For more information, visit www.quakerugby.org.

DYKE COMMUNITY ACTIVISTS TURNS 21, HOSTS FREE COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
On Saturday, October 24, from 5-9:30 p.m., enjoy an evening of fine food and entertainment - with Anzanga, Chrystos, Katrina Pestano, Sankofa, Sistah Drum, and Sheila Fox - at the Central Area Senior Center, 500 30th Ave. S. - followed by dancing. There will be networking opportunities, an activism timeline, literature tables, and video interviews. This FREE event is wheelchair accessible with ASL interpretation. For more information, contact 206-722-0729 or Google Dyke Community Activists Seattle. Sponsoredby DCA and Crow Legacy.

AIDS HOUSING ASSOCIATION OF TACOMA HOSTS "THRILLER" - 2ND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN BALL & AUCTION
On Saturday, October 24, from 6-11 p.m., AIDS Housing Association of Tacoma hosts "Thriller," AHAT's Second Annual Halloween Ball and Auction, at The Temple Theater, 47 St. Helens Ave., Tacoma. Dress up as your favorite old time "Thriller" movie character, enjoy a buffet dinner, no-host bar and auction, and dance the night away with the many staff and volunteers that provide social awareness, supportive services, stable housing, and medical support for those in need. Tickets are $40 at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/79565 or by calling 253-272-5533. AHAT is also accepting items for the auction; wish list includes fabulous trips, Broadway shows, works of art, handcrafts, tickets to area museums, and gift cards.

PROSTATE AWARENESS & CANCER EDUCATION (PACE) 5K AND 10K WALK/RUN
On Sunday, October 25, a regional 5K and 10K walk/run to raise awareness about prostate cancer will be held. The event will be held at Marina Park, 25 Lakeshore Plaza Drive, Kirkland. Registration is from 7-8:30 a.m., the 5K/10K run starts at 9 a.m., the one mile family fitness walk starts at 9:10 a.m., post party begins at 9:30 a.m., kids dash at 10 a.m. The national PACE race series was launched in 2002 by the Prostate Cancer Education Council to educate men and women about prostate cancer, the importance of early detection and to raise awareness of men's health issues. For more information and to register, visit http://paceracewa.org/home/.

Q SQUARED MEN'S PUMPKIN CARVING POTLUCK SOCIAL
On Sunday, October 25, from 4-8 p.m., join Q Squared Men, CAMPers and Springers for the Q Squared annual Pumpkin Carving Potluck Social at Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave. E. at E. Thomas St. Parking is available in the Group Health parking lot directly across the street from Dunshee House. It's free to the public on the weekends. Sponsored by Q Squared's Horrible Hosts - the Boyz in the Woods 2010. www.qsquared.org.

GLAAD SEATTLE BENEFIT WITH ART WOLFE SHOWCASES "ABSTRACTION: THE HUMAN FORM"
The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) is pleased to invite you to an exclusive showing of "Abstraction: The Human Form," a new series of limited edition prints by photographer Art Wolfe, at the West Seattle home of Art Wolfe, on Sunday, October 25, from 5-7 p.m.

Join us as Art leads us through works ranging from traditional tribal body paints to the modern form in motion. When you RSVP, a special website code will be emailed to you, so that you can preview these stunning, large format prints on-line. Art has generously agreed to donate a portion of all print sales from this event to GLAAD.

Jarrett Barrios, GLAAD's new national president, will join us to describe GLAAD's culture changing work. Fair, accurate and inclusive media images shatter stereotypes. GLAAD's work proves that we are connected through common, human experiences.

Suggested donation of $250 will give you a sneak peak at Art Wolfe's collection and support GLAAD's work in Washington State and across the country to end homophobia and eliminate LGBT discrimination. Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres will be served. www.glaad.org/seattle09.

PUBLIC ACCESS TV DEBATE ON REF. 71
On Sunday, October 25, at 5 p.m., Hour Forum presents a televised debate on Referendum 71 on PSA TV 77 in South King County. There will be one more showing in South King County as well as a showing in Seattle on SCAN TV - the dates are to be determined. The program will also be available on the internet. For schedule information, visit www.hourforum.net or email rcsm@hourforum.net.

PUT THIS ON THE {MAP} - A GENERATION OF YOUNG PEOPLE RETEACHING GENDER & SEXUALITY
On Sunday, October 25, Revelry Media in partnership with Youth Eastside Services' BGLAD program present PUT THIS ON THE {MAP}, a compelling documentary about a generation of young people redefining gender and sexuality on their own terms. Twenty-six individuals weave together a groundbreaking narrative in an open and honest exploration of identity, education, family, and community. With strategies and recommendations for change, PUT THIS ON THE {MAP} moves an audience from self-reflection to action. The documentary will be shown at Broadway Performance Hall, 1625 Broadway and E. Pine St., doors at 6:30 p.m., screening at 7 p.m. Tickets by donation at the door, $5-$10 sliding scale.

"A LIFE IN THE THEATER: AN ONSTAGE CONVERSATION WITH STEPHEN SONDHEIM & FRANK RICH" AT BENAROYA HALL
On Monday, October 26, at 8 p.m., enjoy an onstage conversation between celebrated musical composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim (West Side Story, Gypsy, Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Sunday in the Park with George, Sweeney Todd) and New York Times theatre critic and columnist Frank Rich at Benaroya Hall, 3rd Ave. & Union St. Tickets: $48 - $78. 206-215-4747; www.benaroyahall.org.

SEATTLE VOLLEYBALL CLUB FALL 2009 LEAGUE SEASON
The Seattle Volleyball Club Fall 2009 League Season will run from Monday, September 21 to Monday, December 7. (The Winter 2010 League Season will run from Monday, January 25 to Monday, March 31.) Seattle Volleyball Club is an organization for Gay volleyball players and their friends. For complete details, visit www.seattlevolleyball.com.

THE ELITE HOSTS FREE ASL LESSONS FOR BEGINNERS
Have you ever wanted to learn basic American Sign Language? If so, you can get some beginning ASL instruction at the Elite, 1520 E. Olive Way. The FREE lessons will be held every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the loft.

SEATTLE GAY & LESBIAN BOOK CLUB AT DUNSHEE HOUSE
The Seattle Gay & Lesbian Book Club meets every Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave. E. at E. Thomas St. The club is pleased to announce the following titles to be discussed in their ongoing reading and discussion series: October - Wild Dogs by Helen Humphreys; November - The Gifts of the Body by Rebecca Brown; December - Death in Venice by Thomas Mann. All GLBTQ folks in the community are welcome to participate in this free book club. The reading list is chosen and the discussion facilitated by Nick DiMartino, published novelist and playwright, currently a book reviewer for ShelfAwareness.com, and a 30-year employee of University Book Store. For more information, email nickdimartin@earthlink.net or contact Dunshee House at 206-322-2437.

COUNTRY DOCTOR COMMUNITY HEALTH CLINIC OFFERS HEALTH CARE NIGHT FOR LGBTQ COMMUNITY
Spectrum Natural Health at Country Doctor Community Health Clinic, 500 19th Ave. E., offers primary and naturopathic care for the LGBTQ community every Thursday, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Providers have been serving the LGBTQ community for many years. Cost is sliding scale - no one turned away for lack of funds. For information and to make an appointment, call 206-299-1600.

UNITED INDIANS OF ALL TRIBES HOSTS BENEFIT CONCERT
On Friday, October 30, at 6 p.m., the United Indians of All Tribes will host a benefit concert at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, 3801 W. Government Way (in Discovery Park), to raise funds and awareness for the organization's 40th anniversary celebration scheduled for March 2010. Talented performers from all over Indian Country will perform, as United Indians kicks off its activities to commemorate the historic takeover of Ft. Lawton. Confirmed musical guests include Pura Fe Crescioni, Star Nayea, Daisy Chain Band. Fry bread and refreshments will be available for sale. Tickets: $15 - advance purchase/elder/student with ID; $20 - day of show. 206-829-2206.

EVERETT-SNOHOMISH COUNTY FRIENDSHIP DINNER & SUPPORT GROUP FOR PERSONS LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS
On Friday, October 30, the Everett-Snohomish County Friendship Dinner and Support Group for Persons Living with HIV and AIDS meets at the Saint Paul United Methodist Church, 2005 Colby Ave., Everett. The support group begins at 5 p.m. Friendship dinners are held at 6 p.m. the last Friday of each month. All are invited and everyone is welcome. For more information, call 425-252-7751.

"TVLAND WITH RAINBOW CITY BAND"
On Friday, October 30, at 8 p.m., join Rainbow City Band at the Broadway Performance Hall, Broadway & E. Pine St., as they tour the tunes of television from decades past and present - the music from sitcoms and dramas that glowed in our living rooms each week. Come out for an evening of entertainment and even a Brady Bunch sing-along! General admission is $15. www.rainbowcityband.com.

"NUNS GO BUMP IN THE NIGHT" TO BENEFIT LAMBERT HOUSE
On Friday, October 30, the Sisters of the Mother House of Washington State, present "Nuns Go Bump in the Night," a costumed benefit for Lambert House, from 8 p.m. - midnight, at Café Metropolitain, 1701 E. Olive Way. Come in your Halloween best and participate in the costume contest where prizes, including a $100 gift certificate to Ruth's Chris Steak House, will be awarded for different categories of costume. Suggested donation of $3 at the door and plenty of Jello shots, drink specials and magnificent food to eat.

"BUMP" HALLOWEEN PARTY - A BENEFIT FOR GAY CITY, SEATTLE WOMEN'S CHORUS & SEATTLE MEN'S CHORUS
"BUMP," the Northwest's hottest Halloween party, will be held on Friday, October 30, from 9 p.m. - 2 a.m., at the Showbox at the Market, 1416 1st Ave. The event will feature performances by Pure Cirkus, a kinky circus spectacle of freaks, geeks and fire, plus an amazing light show and wicked dance party with DJ Kyler and DJ Joe King. Plus The 3 Ring Lounge - a substance-free space hosted by SHIFT! Costume contest with a $1,000 grand prize plus a prize drawing for a one-week Hawaiian vacation. Tickets: $35 advance/$45 at the door; VIP - $60/$70; Platinum VIP - $125/$150; with group discounts. Tickets are available online at www.gaycity.org and at the door. Enjoy FREE shuttle service to and from the BUMP from the following Capitol Hill bars: The Elite, Julia's on Broadway, Martins Off Madison, R Place, and Rosebud Restaurant & Bar. Shuttles begin pick ups at 9 p.m. and run until 2:30 a.m. The shuttle will also stop at Chapel (site of the Afterhours Party) and Steamworks starting at 1 a.m. PLEASE DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE.

The Official BUMP Afterhours Party will be held at Chapel, 1600 Melrose Ave. Tickets $12 at the door with discounts for VIP and Platinum VIP ticket holders.

DIA DE MUERTOS/ DAY OF THE DEAD - A MEXICAN CELEBRATION
On Saturday, October 31, from noon - 8 p.m., and on Sunday, November 1, from noon - 6 p.m., the Seattle Center in partnership with Taller Mexicano para la Cultura y las Artes presents Dia de Muertos/Day of the Dead - a Mexican celebration to remember our departed - at the Center House. The FREE event features traditional altars and a community altar where festival-goers may contribute flowers, poems and pictures (copies) of departed loved ones, a monumental sand painting (tapete) that reflects the ephemeral nature of life, traditional artisanry demonstrations by three renowned artisans from the region of Michoacan, visual art celebrating Dia de Muertos, short films by young Mexican cinematographers, lectures, children's activities, and a full program of entertainment, culminating on Saturday, October 31, at 7 p.m., with a candle lit procession from the Center House to the International Fountain where participants can share in remembering their loved ones. www.tallermexicano.org.

MEN OF ALL COLORS & CULTURES TOGETHER HOST POTLUCK HALLOWEEN COSTUME PARTY
On Saturday, October 31, starting at 7 p.m., Men of All Colors & Cultures Together (MACCT) will host a Potluck Halloween Costume Party. For more information and Seattle location, contact MACCT at 206-923-8313 or email macctseattle@yahoo.com. www.macctsea.org.

LISA MILLS COMEDY HYPNOSIS SHOW
On Sunday, November 1, the Wildrose Tavern, 11th Ave. & E. Pike St., will host Lisa Mills, former lead singer for the band Swamp Mama Johnson and a Wildrose bartending alumnus, for a hilarious evening of interactive comedy. Laugh your head off, alter your reality, enhance your natural abilities, and have a great time! You know you've always wanted to try it ... or get your friend to try it.... Show starts at 7 p.m. sharp - don't be late! Come early for a seat and a treat. Come on out and BE A STAR!

COPING WITH CHRONIC CONDITIONS - A FREE 6-WEEK WORKSHOP
This 6-week workshop for people suffering from arthritis, diabetes, depression, chronic pain, and other chronic conditions is proven to help you learn to control your symptoms and live well. Workshop will be held every Thursday, November 5 - December 17, 1-3:30 p.m., at Southeast Seattle Senior Center, 4655 S. Holly St. Preregistration is required. Call Jean at 206-722-0317 ext 202 to pre-register.

HARMONY HILL RETREAT CENTER WILL HOST FREE 3-DAY CANCER RETREAT FOR SEXUAL MINORITY WOMEN DECEMBER 4-6
Harmony Hill's cancer retreats are weekend residential programs that help those facing cancer, and their loved ones, cope with the physical, emotional, and spiritual challenges of cancer. The Sexual Minority Women Cancer Retreat is designed specifically to meet the needs of Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender women in an environment that is safe and supportive.

Harmony Hill's twelve-acre facility on Hood Canal, in Union, WA, offers a tranquil retreat environment of gardens, nature trails, labyrinths, and spectacular mountain and water views. Participants enjoy whole-food meals grown in Harmony Hill's gardens or from local farmers.

Space is limited to 20 participants and is filled on a first-come first-served basis. Those placed on the waiting list will be notified as space becomes available. Cancer participants may have one companion/support person attend with them. All Harmony Hill Cancer Retreats are offered at no cost to participants. For more details and to register, visit www.harmonyhill.org.

SEATTLE OUT AND PROUD SEEKING BOARD & WORKING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
Seattle Out and Proud (SOaP) producers of Seattle's LGBT Pride Parade is expanding and looking for passionate, committed volunteers to serve on the committee. For more information, visit www.seattlepride.org, email boarddev@seattlepride.org or call 206-322-9561.

"COMMUNITY STORIES" DOCUMENTS THE CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUES & HEALTH CARE STRUGGLE AROUND THE AIDS CRISIS IN SEATTLE IN THE 1980S
The onset of AIDS "was a health crisis, but it was also a civil rights crisis," recalls Carol Sterling, former director of the Chicken Soup Brigade. Produced by the Seattle Channel (Cable Channel 21), "Community Stories" looks back to the 1980s and the start of the AIDS epidemic in Seattle. This history is told through the words of people - including Sterling, City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, Seattle Gay News editor George Bakan and King County AIDS Program Director Bob Wood - who lived and worked on the front lines in the community. Learn about this important history by following this link now: http://www.seattlechannel.org/videos/video.asp?ID=3170902.

SOLDIERS PROJECT NW OFFERS FREE COUNSELING FOR VETS/ACTIVE MILITARY & THEIR LOVES ONES
Soldiers Project NW is a 100% volunteer organization whose purpose is to provide free counseling to those who have served or are serving in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and to their families and loved ones, including LGBT active military/veterans and their loved ones. Many people choose to receive help directly from the military or the VA. Soldiers Project NW offers an alternative for those who, for whatever reason, do not or cannot utilize those benefits. Soldiers Project NW has put together a list of licensed private practice therapists from Olympia to Bellingham who are willing to see one client (or couple, or family) at no charge, for as long as they need to be seen to deal with any of the stressors that have come from being involved in combat or loving someone who has. For more information, call the Soldiers Project NW's 24-hour phone line, 206-290-1035.

LAMBERT HOUSE SEEKING VOLUNTEER GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Lambert House, Seattle's LGBTQ youth center, is currently seeking a volunteer graphic designer. This position requires experience working in graphic design at a professional level. For more information about this opportunity, please contact Ken@lamberthouse.org or call 206-322-2515 ext *811.

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