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posted Friday, June 8, 2018 - Volume 46 Issue 23
2018 PRIDE EVENTS CALENDAR

 


           
Compiled by Rick McKinnon
SGN Copy Editor

HAPPY LGBTQ PRIDE MONTH FROM SEATTLE GAY NEWS!

            SATURDAY, JUNE 9
            PrideFest Film Fest
            12:30-9pm. Northwest Film Forum (1515 12th Ave). Fourth annual event is entirely free of charge (advance tickets required for each individual screening). This year’s program: “Ageless Shorts” (12:30pm); “Conversations With Gay Elders” (2:30pm); “Edie Windsor: To a More Perfect Union” (4pm); and “Love, Simon” (7pm). Get your free tickets now at www.seattlepridefest.org/filmfest.
 
            SATURDAY, JUNE 9
            Spokane Pride Parade and Rainbow Festival
            12 noon-10pm. This June marks the 27th year we've celebrated Pride in Spokane. Join us for a day to celebrate where we've been, where we are, and where we're headed. Please come and enjoy the day of festivities and Pride with us. Everyone is welcome. This year’s theme is “Pride, Now More Than Ever.” The Pride Parade starts downtown at noon, followed by the Rainbow Festival at Riverfront Park Lilac Meadows (507 N Howard St, east of the Clock Tower). Live entertainment, resource and business fair, family area, Teen Zone, and the nYne Pride Bar featuring beer, wine, and spirits.
            This year will again feature an art show presented by Art Seed called Pride's Palette. Many artists will have Pride-related artwork for sale with 30% of proceeds being donated to OutSpokane. Back by popular demand our celebration will be going into the night with an All Ages Dance Party. A fireworks display will cap the celebration around 10pm. For this and other Pride related events in Spokane, visit https://outspokane.org. Sponsored by OutSpokane.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 9
            Volunteer Park Pride Festival
            12 noon-7pm. Volunteer Park at the amphitheater (14th Ave & E Prospect St). Experience Seattle Pride’s return to where it all started, on Capitol Hill, with a celebration of LGBTQ arts, performance, and culture! The Volunteer Park Pride Festival is a chance for family and friends to come together in one of Seattle’s iconic parks and celebrate our amazing community. The event will feature guest speakers from the community, live music, food trucks, and a beer garden. Performers include Desi Valentine, Donormaal, Little Bandit, Fruit Juice, Betsy Olson, DJ Toya B, and a special surprise guest! Free admission. More information at www.seattlepride.org.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 9
            Olympia Rainbow Bingo Fundraiser
           6pm (doors open/dinner); 7pm (games begin). Olympia Senior Center (222 Columbia St NE, Olympia). Pride's partnership with the Senior Center! Wear your best multi-color attire for our best-dressed contest. Game packs $15, special games $2, dinner $5. Full bar including our famous Jello shots! Proceeds support Senior Services for South Sound. 21 and over only. (360) 586-6181.

            SUNDAY, JUNE 10
            Capital City Pride – “Live. Love. Be.” – Olympia Parade & Festival
            11 am pre-Parade show at Sylvester Park; 12 noon Parade to Heritage Park; 1-6pm Festival at Olympia’s Heritage Park (adjacent to the State Capitol campus) featuring regional entertainers, food, arts & crafts, booths, and more. Visit www.capitalcitypride.net for more info.

            SUNDAY, JUNE 10
            Kitsap Family Pride Picnic
            1-4pm. Join us at Pilgrim Firs on beautiful Lake Flora (3318 SW Lake Flora Rd, Port Orchard) for a family-friendly picnic. This is an all-ages event and admission is by donation. Hosts will provide burgers (both meat and veggie) and side dishes. Bring your own beverages, lawn chairs, and umbrellas. Music, children’s crafts, lawn games, volleyball, and trails for walking. Donations benefit Kitsap Pride Network and Q Youth Resources. Visit www.kitsappride.org for more info.

            WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13
            GSBA Pride Luncheon – “LGBT Human Rights: A Global Perspective”
            11am Mini Business Expo; 12 noon luncheon. Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Downtown Pioneer Square (255 S King St). This year’s speakers include Fabrice Houdart with the Office of the UN High Court Commissioner for Human Rights; Siri May, UN program coordinator for OutRight Action International; and Clara Ria A. Padilla, founder and executive director of EnGendeRights in the Philippines. Learn how your company can make a difference and change lives by supporting the struggles for LGBTQ rights globally. $60 GSBA members; $75 nonmembers. RSVP to www.thegsba.org or call (206) 363-9188.

            WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13
            POZSeattle 2018 Annual Seattle Pride Summer BBQ
            6-8:30pm. Cuff Complex, 1533 13th Ave. Meet on the Cuff’s back patio to socialize, catch up with old friends, and make new ones! POZSeattle will serve up burgers, chicken breasts, beef hot dogs, Boca Burgers, chips, and all the fixins.  Bring a salad and/or dessert to share and $3 (suggested donation - no one turned away for lack of funds). Beverages are provided by the Cuff at regular prices. Wear your most colorful Pride shirts, shorts, socks, boas, hats, etc. All HIV-positive men are welcome along with their friends, family, and support networks. POZSeattle is a social organization run for and by Seattle-area HIV-positive guys committed to planning and promoting fun social activities. Our primary social event is always held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. For more information, email contactpozseattle@gmail.com or visit pozseattle.com.

            THURSDAY, JUNE 14
            OutRight International – “Where Love Is Illegal” – Reception & Panel
            5:30-7:30pm. Seattle Foundation Gallery, 1601 5th Ave, Ste 1900. Join us for the opening of photographer Robin Hammond’s compelling “Where Love is Illegal” exhibit in the Seattle Foundation gallery as we celebrate Pride month, learn about the state of LGBTIQ human rights around the world, and discuss connections between the global and local movements for equality and freedom.
            Seattle Foundation, in partnership with Pride Foundation and OutRight Action International, is curating a panel discussion that considers this topic, featuring the following speakers: Siri May, UN Programs Coordinator – OutRight Action International; Taffy Maene, Executive Director – UTOPIA Seattle; Clara Rita “Claire” A. Padilla, Founder and Executive Director, EnGendeRights, the Philippines; Kris Hermanns, moderator – Pride Foundation.
            For more information and to register for this free event, visit OutRightInternational.org/Events.

            FRIDAY, JUNE 15
            2018 Out & Equal NW Regional Summit
            8am-5pm. Renaissance Hotel (515 Madison St). Join us for a day of programming including plenary sessions, workshops, breakfast, lunch and an evening reception. The 2018 Out & Equal NW Regional Summit will feature 8+ workshops and 3 plenary sessions. For details and to register, visit www.outandequalseattle.org
            Out & Equal is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to working for workplace equality by helping companies create welcoming and supportive work environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees
            Out & Equal Workplace Advocates/Seattle Regional Affiliate supports the work of LGBT employees and the growing number of Employee Resource Groups making a difference within local companies, including Alaska Airlines, Amazon, Amgen, AT&T, Bank of America, Deloitte, Macy’s, Microsoft, Russell Investments, Safeco Insurance, Starbucks Coffee, and Xerox.

            FRIDAY, JUNE 15
            Pride Shabbat 2018
            6:30-9:30pm at Bet Alef Meditative Synagogue at Seattle First Baptist Church (1111 Harvard Ave.). Join the Seattle Jewish community for Pride Shabbat 2018. Pride Shabbat is open to the community and is a celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Jews, families, friends and allies. Guests will be welcomed at 6:30pm with pre-oneg appetizers followed by a 7:30pm service and concluding with a dessert oneg to celebrate the evening. For more information and to RSVP, visit www.jewishinseattle.org
           
            FRIDAY, JUNE 15
            OutDancing (a fundraiser for the Dyke March)
            8:30-11:30pm. Century Ballroom (915 E Pine St, 2nd floor). Ages 21 and over. See seattledykemarch.com or Facebook (@SeattleDykeMarch) for updates.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Portland Pride Waterfront Festival (with Parade on Sunday, June 17)
            12 noon-8pm at Tom McCall Waterfront Park (SW Naito Parkway & SW Pine St). $7 suggested donation; no one turned away. www.pridenw.org. (Continues on Sunday following parade.)

            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Portland Trans Pride March
            2-4:30pm. North Park Blocks (NW 8th Ave & NW Davis St). The Portland Trans Pride March welcomes the Trans, gender-variant, gender-queer, gender-fabulous, and allied communities to celebrate the gains we’ve made, mourn the losses we’ve faced, and stand in solidarity with each other. Information at https://pridenw.org/event/the-official-portland-trans-pride-march.
           
            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Queer Pride on Whidbey (QPOW)
            2pm. Downtown Langley. QPOW’s fifth annual event celebrating the LGBTQ+ community of Whidbey Island. All LGBTQ+ community members and allies as well as supportive businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate in the parade (register beginning at 12 noon at the former LMS Bus parking lot, 565 Camano Ave, Langley). Parade travels up Sixth St, right on Anthes Ave, right on First St and forward onto Cascade. Volunteers are still needed to help with parade logistics. A meeting for prospective volunteers will be held Sunday, June 10, 4-5pm, at the old Bayview School Building (5611 Bayview Rd, Langley). Visit www.qpowhidbey.com for more information.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Seattle Women’s Pride
            6-10pm at Sole Repair Shop (1001 E Pike St). Fifth annual Seattle Women’s Pride is THE Pride party with comedy, music, and dancing for Lesbians (and their friends) in Seattle! Headlining this year’s event is BRAVO’s comedian Julie Goldman. Honorees for 2018 include Alexa Manila (Community Champion Award), Lifelong (Business Excellence Award), and Tina Podlodowski (Luminary Award). A raffle of a dream vacation in Puerto Vallarta will be held to benefit a community organization (TBA). Produced by The Seattle Lesbian. Advance tickets required (no door sales): $35 general, $55 VIP. Visit www.seattlewomenspride.com for tickets and more information.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Portland Dyke March
            6pm. Steps off from Portland Pride Waterfront Festival at Tom McCall Waterfront Park (SW Naito Parkway & SW Pine St). Visit their Facebook page @PortlandDykeMarch.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Seattle Mariners Pride Night
            3:15pm pregame event; 5:15pm first pitch. Safeco Field (1250 1st Ave S). Join us as the Mariners take on the Boston Red Sox! Five dollars of every ticket purchased online through a special link (www.mlb.com/mariners/tickets/specials/pride) will benefit the GSBA Scholarship Fund. For more information visit www.thegsba.org/events/2018pridesports.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 16
            Seattle Teen Pride Pageant
            7pm show (doors at 6pm). The Blue Door/West Seattle Eagles (4426 California Ave SW). The Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle presents the Seattle Teen Pride Pageant. 18+. $10 entry; $15 to compete. https://m.facebook.com/ISCSORE

            SUNDAY, JUNE 17
            Portland Pride Waterfront Festival & Parade (Festival also on Saturday, June 16)
            Parade steps off from NW Park Ave & W Burnside Ave at 11am and proceeds via NW Davis to SW Naito Parkway and Tom McCall Waterfront Park (SW Naito Parkway & SW Pine St). Sunday festival runs 11:30am-6pm. $7 suggested donation at the festival; no one turned away for inability to pay. www.pridenw.org.

            SUNDAY, JUNE 17
            PBS presents “Man in an Orange Shirt” on Masterpiece
            9-11pm on KCTS-9. Two love stories 60 years apart chart the changes and challenges of Gay lives in England – from the era of jail terms to the onset of dating apps. Written by best-selling novelist Patrick Gale, this heartrending drama stars Vanessa Redgrave, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, James McArdle, Joanna Vanderham, Laura Carmichael, Julian Morris, Julian Sands, and David Gyasi. For more Pride-related programming, visit http://kcts9.org.

            SUNDAY, JUNE 18
            Pride in the Park 2018 – Port Townsend
            11am-5pm. Pope Marine Park, 1000 Madison St., Port Townsend. LGBTQ and allies community celebration with food, non-profit and for-profit vendors. Variety show with local and reknown talent. There will be activities for youth. Please come and celebrate diversity.

            THURSDAY, JUNE 21
            Radical Women – LGBTQ Pride Annual Event
            6:30pm dinner; 7:30pm program. New Freeway Hall (5018 Rainier Ave S). Everyone welcome. Wheelchair accessible. Call in advance for childcare. Dinner served at 6:30pm for $8.50 donation. Door donation $3-$5. Advance tickets at www.eventbrite.com/e/lgbtq-pride-annual-event-tickets-46536121793. Watch their Facebook page (@RWSeattle) for more information.

            THURSDAY, JUNE 21 (& Friday-Saturday, June 22-23)
            Marching in Gucci: Memoirs of a Well-Dressed AIDS Activist
            7:30pm. Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave S. Set in NYC during the height of the AIDS crisis, Marching in Gucci: Memoirs of a Well-Dressed Black AIDS Activist is a multimedia solo performance by Seattle artist Chad Goller-Sojourner that explores the AIDS crisis through the lens of a Gay, Black activist. Tickets ($15 students, $20 general, $30 patron) at www.brownpapertickets.com. More information at www.langstonseattle.org.

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22 – SUNDAY, JUNE 24
            Seattle Tennis Alliance – 2018 Seattle Classic Tournament
            www.seattletennisalliance.org (See details under EVENTS menu)

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22
            Trans Pride Seattle
            5pm (lineup at Seattle Central College Plaza), 6pm (march), 7pm (rally/celebration at Cal Anderson Park). Annual event organized by Gender Justice League in association with local groups who support the Seattle-area Trans and gender nonconforming community. Open to everyone who believes Trans and gender-diverse people deserve to live lives free of violence, discrimination, stigmatization, poverty, hatred, rejection, and medical mistreatment. March route is south on Broadway, east on Pike St, and north on 11th Ave to the park. More info at www.transprideseattle.org.

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22
            Pride Weekend at W Seattle – “Living Room Live with Butt Dial”
            6-8pm. Hotel W Seattle, 1112 4th Ave. A vibrant set of originals and covers by garage rock trio Butt Dial. No cover charge (happy hour drink prices 3-8pm). W Seattle is the official hotel sponsor of Seattle PrideFest. (206) 264-6000.

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22
            Seattle Storm Pride Night
            7pm. KeyArena (305 Harrison St). See the WNBA Seattle Storm take on the Indiana Fever! Purchase tickets through a special link found at www.thegsba.org/events/2018pridesports and $5 of your purchase price benefits the GSBA Scholarship Fund.

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22
            Marching in Gucci: Memoirs of a Well-Dressed AIDS Activist
            7:30pm. Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave S.
            (See June 21 listing.)

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22 (& Saturday, June 23)
            Seattle Men's Chorus – “God Save the Queens – 50 Years of British Rock”
            8pm. McCaw Hall (321 Mercer St). Featuring pop singer, performance artist & finalist from “America’s Got Talent” PRINCE POPPYCOCK. The British are coming! SMC ascends the throne to present 50 years of rock and pop royalty, from the swinging ‘60s to today’s biggest hits from across the pond. Get ready for an invasion that’s so lush, so flashy, it edges on revolutionary. Featuring music from The Beatles, Queen, Elton John, Sting, Coldplay, Adele and so much more. Tickets: $25-$75 at http://www.seattlechoruses.org and (206) 388-1400. (6/22 concert includes certified ASL interpretation.)

            FRIDAY, JUNE 22
            AzuQar! Pride Kick-Off Party with #GetWoke: Queer & Trans POC
            10pm-3am (doors open 9pm). Re-bar Seattle (1114 Howell St). Queer Latinx interactive dance party experience with the Wonder Twinz, Monica Beverly Hillz, Candice Marie, and DJ Stunt Queen. Sliding scale admission ($10-20, cash only). Visit www.facebook.com/events/379986689188613/ for info.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Dignity/Seattle – 30th Annual Pride Pancake Breakfast
            From 9am-noon. Dignity/Seattle hosts their annual Pride Pancake Breakfast at Central Lutheran Church Social Hall (1710 11th Ave @ E Olive St across from Cal Anderson Park). Proceeds will benefit CareTeams (a program of Samaritan Center), Food Lifeline and Dignity/Seattle. Dignity/Seattle has been a faith community of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Catholics and their families and friends in Seattle since 1973. www.dignityseattle.org.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            PrideFest Capitol Hill – “Rain to Rainbows” – including Family Pride and Queer Youth Pride
            12 noon-9pm. Broadway E between E John and E Roy Sts and nearby Cal Anderson Park. An event in Seattle’s traditional LGBTQ neighborhood. Now in its 5th year, PrideFest Capitol Hill is now expanded to encompass the annual LGBTQ Pride Festival on Broadway E as well as Family Pride (1-4pm) and Queer Youth Pride (4-7pm) in nearby Cal Anderson Park. All ages. Free for all. Presented by Delta with support from the Broadway BIA. Watch for updates at www.seattlepridefest.org.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Seattle Reign Pride Day
            1pm. Memorial Stadium (401 5th Ave N). Join us as the Seattle Reign FC of the National Women’s Soccer League hosts the North Carolina Courage! Purchase tickets through a special link found at www.thegsba.org/events/2018pridesports and $5 of your purchase benefits the GSBA Scholarship Fund.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Seattle Pride 2018 Interfaith Celebration Service
            2pm. All Pilgrims Christian Church (500 Broadway E). Every year during LGBTQ Pride, people of many different faiths come together to celebrate diversity. The theme this year is “Sacred Social Action: Beyond Thoughts and Prayers.” Many faith traditions will be represented. All are welcome! More info, 206-325-2421.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23 (and Sunday, June 24)
            The Cuff Pride Street Party
            Doors at 3pm. The Cuff Complex (1533 13th Ave). 21+ ID required. $15 cover by 8pm; $20 after. www.cuffcomplex.com

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            The Wildrose Block Party
            The Wildrose (1021 E Pike St). 21+ ID required. www.thewildrosebar.com/ (more details to come)

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Marching in Gucci: Memoirs of a Well-Dressed AIDS Activist
            3:30pm & 7:30pm. Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave S.
            (See June 21 listing.)

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Seattle Dyke March
            5pm (rally); 7pm (march). Gather at Seattle Central College Plaza (1701 Broadway), march around Capitol Hill and back to Plaza. Visit their Facebook page (@SeattleDykeMarch) for more information.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Rainier Beach Pride Swim
            6-7:30pm. Rainier Beach Community Center and Pool (8825 Rainier Ave S). For more information, call 206-386-1925. All are welcome! www.facebook.com/thebeachatrb/

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Seattle Sounders Pride Night
            7pm. CenturyLink Field (800 Occidental Ave S). Join us for Major League Soccer action as the Seattle Sounders FC takes on the Chicago Fire! Purchase tickets through www.SoundersFC.com/PrideOffer and receive a Pride T-shirt to be a part of the human rainbow in the Xbox GreenZone! $5 of your purchase through this link benefits the GSBA Scholarship Fund.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23 (& Friday, June 22)
            Seattle Men's Chorus – “God Save the Queens – 50 Years of British Rock”
            8pm. McCaw Hall (321 Mercer St). Featuring pop singer, performance artist & finalist from “America’s Got Talent” PRINCE POPPYCOCK. The British are coming! SMC ascends the throne to present 50 years of rock and pop royalty, from the swinging ‘60s to today’s biggest hits from across the pond. Get ready for an invasion that’s so lush, so flashy, it edges on revolutionary. Featuring music from The Beatles, Queen, Elton John, Sting, Coldplay, Adele and so much more. Tickets: $25-$75 at http://www.seattlechoruses.org and (206) 388-1400. (6/22 concert includes certified ASL interpretation.)

            SATURDAY, JUNE 23
            Pride Weekend at W Seattle – “Ruby Mimosa x Friends”
            9:30-11:30pm. Hotel W Seattle, 1112 4th Ave. Go glam with burlesque go-go dancers Ruby Mimosa, J Von Stratton, and Mae Zing while enjoying special Pride cocktails. No cover charge (happy hour prices 3-8pm). W Seattle is the official hotel sponsor of Seattle PrideFest. (206) 264-6000.

            SUNDAY, JUNE 24
            Pride Weekend at W Seattle – “Mimosas With Mama”
            8am-2pm. Hotel W Seattle, 1112 4th Ave. Seattle’s Skyscraper Hostess Mama Tits hosts a special Pride Weekend Drag Brunch just steps from the parade. Retox with crafted Pride cocktails and a fab brunch buffet while you enjoy Mama’s live Cabaret style performance (9-11am). DJ Pryme keeps the beat going until 2pm. Reservations: www.opentable.com/restaurant/profile/0328/reserve.

            SUNDAY, JUNE 24
            Seattle Pride Parade
            Starting at 11 a.m., the parade kicks off at 4th Ave. & Union St., and will proceed north down 4th Ave. to Denny Way and Seattle Center. It will last approximately two and a half hours and will be held rain or shine.
            www.seattlepride.org/pride-parade/

            SUNDAY, JUNE 24 (and Saturday, June 23)
            The Cuff Pride Street Party – With Special Guest CeCe Peniston
            Doors at 12 noon. The Cuff Complex (1533 13th Ave). Doors at noon. 21+ ID required. $30 cover. www.cuffcomplex.com

            SUNDAY, JUNE 24
            Seattle PrideFest – “Rain to Rainbows”
            12 noon-8pm. The legendary Seattle PrideFest rally and party at Seattle Center, now in its  12th year. A celebration of LGBTQ arts, culture, and Pride, on four stages. Free for all. Watch for updates at www.seattlepridefest.org.

            MONDAY, JUNE 25
            Everett AquaSox Pride Night
            7:05pm. Everett Memorial Stadium (3802 Broadway, Everett). The AquaSox of the Northwest League meet the Tri-City Dust Devils! Purchase tickets through a special link found at www.thegsba.org/events/2018pridesports with code PRIDE and receive an Upper Box ticket and Pride Night Hat (while supplies last).

            SATURDAY, JUNE 30
            Let’s Talk About It! – The Black Community & PrEP
           11am-2pm.  The 2100 Building, 2100 24th Ave S. A roundtable discussion in The Art Room, 3rd Floor. Facilitated by Russell D. Campbell of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Lunch provided. RSVP to Vanessa Grandberry at (206) 461-6910 ext 12.

            SATURDAY, JUNE 30
            Diverse Harmony in Concert
            7:30pm. Seattle First Baptist Church (1111 Harvard Ave.) Diverse Harmony is the nation’s first Queer-straight alliance youth chorus. Our 58-member chorus presents music that opens the hearts and minds of communities and provides a safe environment for youth of diverse backgrounds to share their love of music and be accepted for who they are. www.diverseharmony.org

            SATURDAY, JULY 7 - SUNDAY, JULY 8
            Emerald City Softball Association – 2018 Emerald City Classic
            www.emeraldcitysoftball.org (See details under TOURNAMENT menu)

            SATURDAY, JULY 7
            Rainbow Health Fair
            12-4pm. Gay City Health Project, 517 E Pike St. Services will include Gender Affirming Hormone Care, Massage, Acupuncture, Mammograms, and more. Anticipating there will be more demand for hormone care than they can meet, there will be an online form for requesting an appointment.

            SUNDAY, JULY 16
            Gay Day at Wild Waves
            11am-7pm. Wild Waves Theme Park, 36201 Enchanted Parkway S, Federal Way. The Imperial Sovereign Court of Seattle and the Olympic & Rainier Empire presents the 4th Annual Gay Day at Wild Waves! This is a family friendly event that takes place in the picnic area at Wild Waves and Enchanted Village, but you get access to the entire park! For more information, visit. https://m.facebook.com/ISCSORE

            SUNDAY, JULY 29
            Emerald City Black Pride BBQ
            1-6pm. Jimi Hendrix Park (2400 S Massachusetts St, behind Northwest African American Museum). Free food and entertainment. Visit their Facebook page (@ECBlackPride) for updates. Sponsored by the Center for Multicultural Health.

            OUT-OF-TOWN (July & August)

            SUNDAY, JULY 1 - SUNDAY, JULY 8
            Victoria, BC Pride
            A week of events and activities culminating in the annual Pride Parade and Festival on Sunday, July 10. www.victoriapridesociety.org

            FRIDAY, JULY 13 - SUNDAY, JULY 22
            Tacoma Pride Festival
            The Tacoma Pride Festival honors the LGBTQA community by fostering pride in who we are as valuable, creative members of a diverse population in the South Puget Sound region by curating cultural events, establishing partnerships, and hosting Tacoma Pride, formerly Out in the Park, an outdoor street festival (see details below) in downtown Tacoma. For a complete schedule of events, visit http://tacomapride.org/

            SUNDAY, JULY 15
            Bellingham Pride Parade & Festival
            Pride Parade starts at noon at the corner of Halleck St & Ohio St, travels along Cornwall Ave and ends at Depot Market Square (1100 Railroad Ave) which runs until 4pm. Featuring vendors, children's activities and appearances by local and state dignitaries. Come join the fun! http://www.bellinghampride.org

            SUNDAY, JULY 15
            Tacoma Pride 2018 – Rainbow Center's Annual LGBTQA Pride Event
            Noon-5pm at S 9th St & Pacific Avenue. Formerly known as “Out in the Park,” Tacoma Pride is a family-friendly event that features over 100 street vendors, live performances by musicians, cirque performers, vaudeville and drag acts, as well as guest speakers and dignitaries. www.rainbowcntr.org.

            SATURDAY, JULY 21
            Kitsap Pride 2018
            The Kitsap Pride Network invites you to participate in Kitsap Pride 2018 at the Evergreen Rotary Park (1500 Park Ave) in Bremerton, 11am-5p,m. This regional Pride event brings upwards of 2,000 people from the Bremerton and Kitsap Peninsula area and beyond for an afternoon celebration. Includes entertainment stage, activities for children, and food and non-profit and for-profit vendors and community information tables participating in the celebration. http://kitsappride.org/

            SUNDAY, AUGUST 5
            Vancouver, BC Pride
            http://www.vancouverpride.ca

 

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