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CONCERTS AT THE MURAL
Last Weeks Edition
CONCERTS AT THE MURAL
On Fridays, August 13, 20, and 27 from 6-8 p.m. at the Mural Amphitheatre at Seattle Center (305 Harrison St.), discover great music with KEXP and Seattle Center. Concerts at the Mural is a free summer concert series curated by KEXP. Included in this series is the annual KEXP BBQ, a free-entry event offering a great lineup of bands, Saturday, August 14, from 2-9 p.m. at Seattle Center. Artists performing at Concerts at the Mural and KEXP BBQ include Grand Hallway, The Lonely Forest, Sa Hi, Mt. St. Helen's Vietnam Band, The Head and the Heart and many more.
For more information, visit http://www.seattlecenter.com.
OFFERS FREE CLASSES
On Fridays, August 13, 20, and 27 at 7:15 p.m. at The Cuff Complex (1533 13th Ave. at E. Pine St.), Rain Country Dance Association will offer weekly west coast swing dance lessons for the GLBTQ community. This one-month series will teach new dancers the fundamentals of this fun and flirty dance style, followed by chances to practice during “Cuff Country” Fridays. The series is free (though tips are welcome) and open to all, regardless of gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, body type, and skill level, and no partner is required. Lessons from each week will build on moves taught during the previous session. Some weeks will also feature the opportunity to learn a line dance or basic two-step.
More details are available at www.raincountrydance.org.
SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK
On Friday, August 13 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, August 14 at 2 p.m., GreenStage will perform Shakespeare’s As You Like It in Seattle at Seattle and King County parks. All performances are free.
For a complete schedule of performances, visit www.greenstage.org.
OUTDOOR CINEMA PRESENTS
“BLONDE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN”
SUMMER OUTDOOR MOVIES
On Friday, August 13, Three Dollar Bill Cinema presents Desperately Seeking Susan – a fun and FREE movie shown at Cal Anderson Park, 11th Ave. & E. Olive St., this summer, under the stars! Candleshoe will be shown on Friday, August 27.
All screenings start at dusk – around 9:15-9:30 p.m. To make your movie-going experience complete, concessions will be sold at the screenings.
For more information and to see trailers for the “Blonde But Not Forgotten” movie series, visit www.threedollarbillcinema.org. Three Dollar Bill Cinema sponsors the annual Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival in October.
UNDERWEAR FOAM PARTY
From Friday, August 13, through Sunday, August 15 at Triangle Recreation Campsite, join Triangle Recreation Camp’s Underwear Foam Party fundraiser. Regular camping fees and rules apply.
Full details, including maps and directions, at www.camptrc.org.
GET TOGETHER CRUISE
On Saturday, August 14 at 12:30 p.m. at Argosy Cruises (Pier 55/56, 1201 Alaskan Way), boarding begins for the Cruisey T Get Together Cruise. Cruise aboard the MV Good Times 2. Drag performances by Joan-E and special guests. DJs Zach Shore and Brett Law provide music. Light meal by Bucca De Beppo. Partial proceeds benefit Seattle Out & Proud. Tickets $55.
For more information or to buy tickets, visit www.cruiseyt.com.
QUAKE RUGBY KICKBALL FUNDRAISER
On Saturday, August 14, at 6 p.m. at Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave. & E. Olive St), the Quake Rugby team will take on the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Abbey of St. Joan and Order of Benevolent Bliss (Portland) in the all-American, rough-and-tumble sport of kickball. A $5 suggested donation gets you in and the game will benefit the Capitol Hill Alano Club. In addition, there will be a raffle (with a special cruise package prize) and a variety of other ways to put some of your spare cash to good use and raise some money for a worthy charity at the same time. Sisters will be walking through the audience and taking donations to actually change the course and nature of the game. A pre-game cocktail hour will begin at 4:30 p.m. at Purr Cocktail Lounge, and kickoff is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. A 9:00 p.m. "Black and Blue Victory Party" will take place at C.C. Attle's after the game, followed by a dance party at the Cuff Complex at 10:30 p.m.
CAPITOL HILL ALANO CLUB
On Saturday, August 14 from 6-9 p.m. at Rung Studio Gallery (1136 S. Albro St. in Georgetown), an art benefit will be held in support of the Capitol Hill Alano Club. The group show includes photography by Ezekiel Nolan Gray, Dixon Hamby, Larry Darrah, and Lisa Raimondi; encaustic painting by Patti Bowman; and installation sculpture by Jack Strubbe, who curated the show and will be assisting in setting up an online art sales support through Facebook for the club. Music for the evening will be furnished by composer/performer James Roth, who will also be presenting a musically focused evening later in the month, as well as work by Mr. Gray during the opening. More information can be found on Rung Studio Facebook site, which will also have information for the eventual organization of the online sales benefit site for the club, under separate administration. This opening will be alcohol-free in respect to members of the Alano Club attending.
SUMMER GRADUATION RECITAL
On Saturday, August 14, at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at West Hall, OddFellows Hall Building (915 E. Pine St.), Miss Indigo Blue will host two shows of her Academy of Burlesque 101 Summer Graduation Recital. Come cheer a brand new crop of saucy students at Miss Indigo Blue's Academy of Burlesque. The shows include brand-new performers, some for whom this is their very first time on stage! As seen in the independent film A Wink And A Smile, the Academy of Burlesque six-week sessions transform students from curious cuties to full-fledged foxes! Bring confetti and flowers for your favorite students. As is our custom, we give FREE door prizes including tickets to the upcoming shows and classes, previously worn undergarments, and other authentic burlesque memorabilia. Tickets $12 at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/120644, $15 at the door.
For more information, visit www.academyofburlesque.com.
LUBE WRESTLING FUNDRAISER
On Saturday, August 14, at 8 p.m. at the Kangaroo and Kiwi (7305 Aurora Ave. N.), the Emerald City Mudhens will hold a lube wrestling fundraiser. The Emerald City Mudhens are part of the Team Seattle LGBT Sports and Cultural Festival, an organization that promotes opportunities in all sports at all levels of ability for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender community and their friends. The Mudhens normally hold this fundraiser once a year – this second event was added after the immense popularity of their July lube wrestling event. The Kangaroo and Kiwi is a small venue – every seat is up close and personal. And, appropriately for lube wrestling, it's directly on Aurora. Tickets are $20 through www.brownpapertickets.com.
For more information, visit http://www.teamseattle.org/events/mudhens.htm.
AT SEATTLE CENTER
HIGHLIGHTS RED CROSS
Poignant images documenting the consequences of war are the focus of “Our World at War: Photojournalism Beyond the Front Lines,” hosted by the American Red Cross Serving King & Kitsap Counties and Seattle Center Productions, and presented by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), VII Photo Agency, and the Newseum of Washington, DC. In conjunction with this exhibit, the American Red Cross Servicing King & Kitsap Counties will present a series of public events that will take a closer look at violence and refugee issues, and how they affect the Greater Seattle metropolitan area.
The photo exhibit runs through Sunday, August 15, at the Seattle Center’s Harrison Street Gallery, located upstairs in the Center House. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. The show is FREE to the public.
On Sunday, August 15, from noon to 8 p.m. at Center House and Mural Amphitheatre (Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St.), Seattle Center Festál: BrasilFest presents the lively world of Brazilian arts and culture. The festival fills Seattle Center with a sultry display of South American soul, Brazilian style, and celebrates Brazilian cultural diversity through traditional and contemporary expressions. The festival features continuous music, dance and performance, from Capoeira demonstrations and samba workshops to children's activities (mask-making, painting), Brazilian instruments, arts and crafts, photo exhibits and films. The 2010 BrasilFest theme is bossa-nova, a Brazilian musical style popularized internationally by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Joao Gilberto. The bossa-nova movement in Brazil lasted from 1958-1963 and it contributed significantly to standard jazz repertoire. This year's guest performer is Jonathan Patterson, also known as "Capital" from California, who will perform and conduct a bossa-nova workshop. Capital has studied bossa-nova for years and is a highly acclaimed performer and recording artist on classical guitar.
For more information, visit www.seattlecenter.com.
On Sunday, August 15, from noon-6 p.m. at 12th & E. Pike on Capitol Hill, join the 12th Avenue Neighborhood Festival. Pike/Pine's 12th Avenue serves up the flavors of the neighborhood in its first annual street festival. Taste bites from Seattle's most eclectic mix of local premier dining venues - affordably priced at $5 and under. Savor live music performances as a variety of buskers perform throughout the day. Appreciate the character of independent neighborhood merchants and entrepreneurs as they showcase their wares and services.
For a full list of performers and sponsors, visit http://12thaveseattle.com/festival.php.
On Monday, August 16, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in Cal Anderson Park (11th Ave. & E. Olive St), Senator Ed Murray will hold his campaign kickoff. For 15 years, Seattle has relied on the leadership of Ed Murray to pass landmark LGBT civil rights and domestic partnership legislation, call for higher emission standards to keep our air clean, create progressive transportation choices, and fight for K-12 and higher education. Help Ed and others in the State Senate who support equality and progressive values. Join Ed for Molly Moons ice cream, snacks, and an ice-cold pint or glass of wine to toast Capitol Hill’s champion! Donor levels: $43 Friend, $150 Supporter, $250 Sponsor, $500 (and above) Champion.
RSVP at www.edmurrayforsenate.com.
SUMMER POTLUCK PICNIC
On Monday, August 16, from 6-9 p.m. at Shelter #3 in Lincoln Park in West Seattle (8011 Fauntleroy Way SW), the Puget Sound Labor Potluck Picnic will offer an opportunity for labor and community activists to learn more about exciting campaigns to strengthen workers’ rights in the Seattle area. An activist with the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 21 will discuss the drive to win a “bill of rights” for 21,000 grocery workers in Puget Sound. UFCW members employed at QFC, Safeway, Fred Meyer, Metropolitan Market and independent stores are working under an “extended” contract until they can win guarantees of fair pay, sick leave, safe working conditions and other basics. The outcome for grocery workers is bound to set a pace for other unions who are also negotiating contracts through fall and winter. Also featured will be firsthand reports by delegates just returning from the Washington State Labor Council’s Convention, held in Tacoma this year. Top issues at the convention include labor’s policy on immigration reform and whether or not to support Democratic Party candidates who cut jobs and slashed benefits for state workers in the last legislative session.The potluck, hosted by the Freedom Socialist Party, is designed to bolster awareness and assistance for the growing number of labor fightbacks. Everyone is welcome.
OFFERS FREE TREES
Community members can get free trees for their neighborhood through the Tree Fund, a program of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. It is an easy way for residents to beautify their neighborhood and help the environment while connecting with their neighbors. Groups of neighbors from at least five households living on a street or block can request from 10 to 40 trees per project. In addition, every participating household can have a fruit tree for their own yard. Information on how to organize your neighborhood, the selections of trees, as well as the application form, can be found at www.seattle.gov/neighborhoods/nmf/treefund.htm. Deadline for applications is August 16.
FREE ASL LESSONS
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.
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.). All GLBTQ folks in the community are welcome to participate in this FREE book club. The book for August is Mark Doty’s Dog Years. If your reaction is anything like Nick DiMartino’s, you’ll be roaring with laughter and red-eyed from crying throughout this little torpedo to the heart. 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, e-mail email@example.com or contact Dunshee House at 206-322-2437.
THE LOGIC OF MARXISM
On Wednesdays through September 15 at the Old Firehouse (402 15th Ave. E.) from 7-9 p.m., The Logic of Marxism, by socialist scholar George Novack, will be discussed. This book provides an accessible introduction to Marx’s dialectical materialism and contrasts it with other political philosophies. Free. Drop-ins welcome. Sponsored by Freedom Socialist Discussion Series.
For information, call 206-722-2453 or visit www.socialism.com/seattle.
COMES TO SEATTLE CINEMA
Beginning Wednesday, August 18 and running Wednesdays through September 29, Columbia City Cinema will be showing current productions from famous European opera houses(and London’s Globe Theatre). The productions will show at 4 p.m. ($15) and 7 p.m. ($20) each Wednesday. Screenings will be shown a block down across the street from the Cinema at the Rainier Valley Cultural Center (3515 S. Alaska St.).
For more information, visit www.seedseattle.org/seedarts/rvcc/rvcc_index.html.
On Wednesday, August 18, from 7-10 p.m. at Skate King Bellevue (2301 140th Ave. NE, Bellevue), join Gay Skate Seattle. Tickets $8 at the door, $5 under 18. Regular skate rentals free, inline skate rental $4, or bring your own skates. For more information, visit www.GaySkateSeattle.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
A TASTE OF SQUARE DANCING
On Wednesday, August 18 and Thursday, August 26 from 7-9 p.m. at St Andrews Episcopal Church (111 NE 80th St.), Puddletown Squares will host A Taste of Square Dancing, with caller Gaylen Suave on the 18th and caller Ross Lopton on the 26th. This is an opportunity for anyone remotely interested in square dancing to come and give the Puddletown Squares a try for free, and learn a number of calls. High-energy callers and fun music. Dress is casual, and you don’t need a partner.
For more information, visit www.puddletownsquares.com.
On Friday, August 20, from 7-9 p.m. at Purr Cocktail Lounge (1518 11th Ave.), Thank GLAAD It’s Friday will hold its second Seattle event. TGIF passes are $35 and $50 and grant you access to the event. TGIF is a national networking event series for young LGBT professionals and straight allies, featuring ABSOLUT Vodka. TGIF events include hosted ABSOLUT Vodka cocktails, one-year GLAAD memberships, special guest hosts and nightly prize drawings as well as the opportunity to network and meet with like-minded professionals. Purchase a TGIF Series Pass to help GLAAD amplify the voices within our community and see for yourself why so many people love to "Thank GLAAD It's Friday!"
For more information, visit www.glaad.org/events.
From August 20 through 22, celebrations will be held for the first annual Nubian Pride Weekend.
On Friday, August 20, from noon-6 p.m., there will be an all-ages beach party at Madrona Park (853 Lake Washington Blvd.). It will be followed by the Kickoff Party at 9 p.m. at Vibe Bar and Grill (226 1st Ave S, Kent). $5 cover, 21+.
On Saturday, August 21, at 1 p.m. at Volunteer park (1247 15th Ave. E.), there will be an all-ages BBQ and Water Fight. This will be followed by the Nubian Pride Celebration at 8 p.m. at Cafe Metropolitan (1701 E Olive Way). $5 cover, 21+.
On Sunday August 22, at 6 p.m., there will be a Gospel Showdown at Cafe Metropolitan (1701 E. Olive Way).
On Saturday, August 21, at 1 p.m. at the Capitol Hill Branch Library (425 Harvard Ave. E.), the Q-Squared Book Group will discuss the book Allan Stein by Matthew Stadler. In his review of the book, Edmund White states, “Stadler demonstrates that he is among the handful of first-rate young American novelists, one with a wide reach and a quirky, elegant pen.” Q-Squared Book Group is open to men who are interested in Gay literature and always welcomes new members.
For more information, visit www.qsquared.org.
On Saturday, August 21, at 7 p.m. at Elliot Bay Books Co. (1521 10th Ave.), Gay City Vol. 3: Re-Pulped will have its launch party. Local contributing authors will read excerpts of their work. The event is open to the public.
SOLIDARITY DIVIDED DISCUSSION
On Monday, August 23, from 6-9 p.m. upstairs at Café Allegro (4214 University Way NE), the Freedom Socialist Party and Radical Women will hold their first weekly discussion of Solidarity Divided, co-authored by black labor leader Bill Fletcher Jr. and Chicano unionist Fernando Gapasin. The book provides a candid examination of the crisis in organized labor and a bold plan to integrate unions into the broader social justice movement. Drop-ins welcome.
For information or rides, call 206-722-2453 or visit www.socialism.com/seattle.
COMMUNITY HAPPY HOUR
On August 26 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at Aljoya Thornton Place (450 NE 100th St.), join the NW LGBT Senior Care Providers Network Community Happy Hour. The aging process is difficult for everyone, but for our Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) seniors the perception of availability for resource and understanding amongst Senior Care providers can be very frustrating. In many cases resulting in forcing our LGBT seniors to conceal who they are, often leading to a decrease in quality of life. It has become clear that there is a need for healthcare providers who wish to outreach and care for LGBT seniors to tighten their communication bridge, and work together to provide a better quality of care for the LGBT seniors of Washington state.
For questions about the NWLGBT senior care providers, please contact David Haack at (206)-849-3511 or email@example.com.
On Saturday, August 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the C.C. Attle’s parking lot (1501 E. Madison St.), join the Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle for the Hair & Heels Car Wash. Proceeds will benefit the Court of Seattle Scholarship Fund. Suggested donation $10.
FOR BOYZ IN THE WOODS
LABOR DAY WEEKEND CAMP
ON DISPLAY AT BURKE MUSEUM
Through September 5, the Burke Museum (UW Campus, NE 45th St. & 17th Ave. NE) will display more than 75 images from the 2010 International Conservation Photography Awards founded by Art Wolfe, a Seattle native and well-known nature photographer and published author.
The museum is open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and until 8 p.m. on Thursdays. Admission is $9.50-general, $7.50-senior, $6 student/youth. First Thursdays are FREE. www.burkemuseum.org.
Register by September 8 to take part in the Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse's Fall 2010 Relationship Skills Class. Topics include identifying cultural norms and personal values, accountability, naming and setting boundaries, strengthening support networks, and more! This class is open to Bisexual people and their friends and loved ones, Trans people and their friends and loved ones, other LGBTQ people, and all people regardless of relationship status or history. Suggested donation $90, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. Scholarships and trades available.
For more information, accessibility questions, or to register, contact Yecelica at 206-568-7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may subscribe to the list by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
The current exhibit at the Taoist Studies Institute (225 N. 70th St.) features over 50 items illustrating Chinese culture and philosophy. Accompanying the exhibit will be a rich array of educational public programs, as well as related items available for sale. The Qin, commonly known as the Guqin, is an ancient zither which has been played in China for over 2,000 years. The “Way of the Qin” exhibit will be accompanied by an array of public programs focusing on Taoist and Chinese culture, as well as Guqin concerts and workshops.
The exhibit runs Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 p.m. through October 24. For more information, visit www.taoiststudiesinstitute.org.
The LGBT Library houses a wide range of fiction and non-fiction works of interest to those in the LGBT community and its allies. The Library is located at Gay City’s offices, 511 E. Pike St., on the ground floor behind Kaladi Brothers Coffee (just follow the signs). Library hours are Mon-Fri, 2-8 p.m., and Saturday, 2-5 p.m. Items may be borrowed free of charge; however, ID is required. For your convenience, a drop box for returning borrowed items is available next to the front door when the library is closed.
& REFERRAL LINE
The Resource & Referral Line can connect you to LGBT-friendly resources throughout Puget Sound and beyond. Coming out and just learning what is out there? Visiting and want to know about nightlife options? Interested in drug or alcohol counseling? For these or any other LGBT issues, call 206-323-LGBT. Phone line hours are Mon-Fri, 2-8 p.m., and Saturday, 2-5 p.m. Leave a voice message at all other times and your call will be returned. Alternatively, you can view our resource lists at www.gaycity.org under the resources menu.
FOR LGBT LIBRARY AND
RESOURCE & REFERRAL LINE
Gay City Health Project’s newest program needs your help! They have taken charge of the 323-LGBT community resource line and need your help to make it successful! Some duties include answering phones, connecting people to resources, updating material for their records, checking out books and reshelving. If you are interested, please contact Susan at 206-388-1707 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
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.
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GREENSTAGE PRESENTS FREE
THREE DOLLAR BILL
TRIANGLE CAMPSITE PRESENTS
SISTERS OF PERPETUAL INDULGENCE/
ACADEMY OF BURLESQUE
EMERALD CITY MUDHENS
“OUR WORLD AT WAR”
SEATTLE CENTER FESTÁL:
FREEDOM SOCIALIST PARTY
THE ELITE HOSTS
SEATTLE GAY & LESBIAN
GAY SKATE SEATTLE
NUBIAN PRIDE WEEKEND
Q-SQUARED BOOK GROUP
GAY CITY VOL. 3
FREEDOM SOCIALIST PARTY
LGBT SENIOR CARE PROVIDERS
HAIR & HEELS
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
WINNERS OF THE 2010
“WAY OF THE QIN” EXHIBIT
LGBT LIBRARY NOW OPEN
GAY CITY SEEKS VOLUNTEERS
SOLDIERS PROJECT NW