from Saturday, January 17 to Sunday, January 25
FOR A CALENDAR
LISTING: Send details to: SGN, Attn: Community
Calendar, 1605 12th
Ave, Ste 31, Seattle, WA 98122. SGN phone: 324-4297. Fax: 322-7188.
time, location, contact phone # for publication (if possible), brief
description of event & sponsoring organization. DEADLINE: Tuesday
Is your event accessible to LGBTQ people with disabilities? See
Veterans for Equal Rights - www.aver.us
is the nation’s only non-profit Queer writing institute.
is a mixed gender, social group for Bisexuals, their partners &
Bi-friendly folks - www.binetseattle.org.
Seattle Bisexual Women’s Network -
Alano Club, 1900 E Madison St, offers 12-step
meetings serving the
GLBT community. 860-9560 (office), www.capitolhillalanoclub.org
Washington University GALA Hotline: (509)
(Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS).
VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT: Crisis
461-3222 (24 hour
line); King County
(KCSARC) - 24-hour crisis line for
information, support, & medical & legal assistance:
1-888-99-VOICE; Northwest Network
- support & advocacy for LGBT Survivors
of Abuse & Dating
Violence, 568-7777 (voice), 517-9670 (tty), www.nwnetwork.org; Pierce County
Teresa, (253) 798-4166; Seattle Counseling
- offers on-going
support groups for men: 323-1768;
684-0330; State Wide
1-800-562-6025. In an
Report domestic violence and sexual assault.
(Home of SASG) offers support, discussion
& skills groups,
retreats, 1 to 1 peer mentoring & special events for those
HIV/AIDS & the greater LGBT communities. 322-2437; www.dunshee
Washington - 324-2570;
Cty - www.gaysnohomish.org
Gay City organizes
events for Gay & Bi men & offers anonymous &
testing at the Center for LGBT Health, 511 E Pike St. More info or to
an appointment, 860-6969. www.gaycity.org
Lesbian National Hotline (GLNH): 1-888-THE-GLNH
Non-profit, peer-counseling, information & local resources
hotline for GLBT people across the country.
Business Association (GSBA) - 363-9188;
Program, Seattle/King County Dept of Public Health,
confidential/anonymous information about & testing for
Sovereign Court of Seattle & the Olympic & Rainier
Alliance - 328-8979, www.lifelongaids
Mature Friends: Gay men & women 40
& over, 781-7724,
Bears: 903-9288, www.nwbears.com; The
Olympians: www.The Olympians.net; POZSeattle:
www.qsquared.org; Rain City Jacks:
339-JACK, www.raincityjacks.org, Romp Naked: www.rompnaked.org; Seattle Gay Couples: www.
seattlegaycouples.org; Seattle Men in Leather:
www.seattlemeninleather. org; Seattle
Prime Timers: Gay & Bi men 40+,
- 324-1520; www.multifaith.org
City Band: 1-866-841-9139 ext 2126;
www.rainbowcity band.com; Seattle
Men’s Chorus & Seattle
Women’s Chorus: 323-0750,
www.flyinghouse. org; Sound Mosaic:
Rainbow Alliance for the Deaf:
Out & Equal
Workplace Advocates/Seattle Regional Affiliate
supports the work of
LGBT employees and the growing number of ERGs (Employee Resource
a difference within local companies.
Families Like Ours provides a network of safe
training, support & resources: 441-7602, www.familieslikeours.
Works offers support,
information & activities for LGBT families: 694-6727,
www.familyworks. org; Gay Fathers’
Association of Seattle
offers support groups & social activities: www.gfas. org; Maybe Baby,
maybebabyseattle.org; Queer Parent
Networking Dinners: Deann, 568-7777,
email@example.com; Rainbow Families of
Puget Sound: www.rainbow
& Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)/Puget Sound:
PEOPLE OF COLOR:
Entre Hermanos, GLBT Latinos/as, 322-7700,
www.entrehermanos.org; Ile LaiLai, 781-3565,
Long Yang Club,
264-4304; www.longyangclub.org/seattle; Men
of All Colors & Cultures Together (MACCT),
(Families of Color United in Support), 325-7724;
of Color Against AIDS Network
(POCAAN), 322-7061; Sistah
2 Sistah, LBT women of African descent,
322-7061, 255-8951; Sojourner Truth Unity
GLBT South Asians, (425) 985-4376, www.trikone-nw.org; Two-Spirit Honor
- 323-3318; www.pridefoundation. org
is a program of Seattle
Service providing FREE information &
services to Gay & Bi
men to reduce health risks associated with methamphetamine use.
Health-Seattle & King County Online Comprehensive Health
Sexual Minorities: www.metrokc.gov/health/glbt
Q Law: The GLBT
Bar Association of WA:
Coalition - www.safeschoolscoalition.org
Commission for Sexual Minorities - 684-4503.
Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities is a
health service for GLBT persons & their families. 323-1768.
Community Center - 323-LGBT (5428),
Department Sexual Minorities Community Advisory Council: firstname.lastname@example.org
Treatment Education Project (STEP) E-zine is an
for people affected by HIV/AIDS, case managers, front line workers
health professionals. Now a part of Lifelong AIDS Alliance, 328-8979,
Legal Defense Network - (202) 328-3244;
- 324-1520; www.multifaith.org/shanti/
District HIV/AIDS Program provides free
counseling & testing 1-5pm Monday-Friday. (425) 339-5298.
RECREATION: Bent Car Guys: www.bentcarguys.com; Border Riders
Bottom Dwellers Scuba Club:
www.bottomdwellers.org; Cascade Flyers:
Spokes Bicycle Club: www.differentspokes.org; Emerald City Softball
938-7402, www.gayseattlesoftball. com; Ethyl
Forever Car Club: http://Clubs.Hemmings.com/EthylForever
of the Babes: www.festivalofthebabes.com; Hiking Group:
City Hoops (Basketball):
www.jetcityhoops.org; Olympic Yacht
Club: www.oycnw.org; OutVentures:
outdoor education & recreation
activities, www.outventures.org; Pacific Northwest Gay
www.pacificnw gra.org; Puddletown
Squares: www.puddletown dancers.org; Rain Country: a
country-western dance organization
catering to the LGBTQ community but open to all,
www.raincountrydance.org; Ski Buddies:
Sports Network is an umbrella organization for local GLBT sports
Recreation Camp at Bender Creek: recreational
camping for GLBT
folks. Must be 21; ID required. email@example.com, www.camptrc.org, 1122
St #1069, Seattle 98122-3934.
Clubs of America, Seattle Chapter. www.ttca.org;
1122 E Pike St PMB 905, Seattle, WA 98122-3934.
County - Rainbow Center, 741 St Helens Ave, a
resource center for
the LGBTIQA community of Pierce County, (253) 383-2318, www.
Emerald City Social Club: (425) 827-9494; Gender Odyssey: www.genderodyssey.
329-6651, www. ingersollcenter.org; Pacific
Gender Support: 323-2162, www.pacificgender.org;
Gender Alliance: (360)
445-2411, www.washington genderalliance.com
support groups for HIV+ women. 720-5566, 1-888-292-1912; Festival of the Babes:
org; Lesbians Over 40:
Gay men & women 40 & over, 781-7724,
http://maturefriends.org; Older Lesbians
Organizing for Change/WA
State Chapter: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,
Northwest Lesbian Archives: www.pnwlesbianarchives.org;
Tacoma Lesbian Concern (TLC):
www.tacomalesbianconcern. org; WOWS:
a fun, member-driven social
group for Lesbians, http://groups.yahoo.com/group/womenof westseattle
Gay, Lesbian, Trans & Questioning Adolescent Drop-In Group):
Youth Eastside Services offers many programs for GLBT youth, including
www.diverseharmony. org; GLBTQ
Youth Suicide Prevention Program: 297-5922, ext
State (Gay, Lesbian,
Straight Education Network) & Washington State GSA
Network: GLSEN works to create safe schools for
LGBT students. As a
program of GLSEN/WA, WA GSA Network supports youth-led GSA’s
harassment & homophobia in Washington state schools. 330-2099;
www.glsenwa.org; www.wagsa.org. GLOBE
(Gay, Lesbian, Open-Minded, & Bisexual Empowerment): a
group & HIV/STD prevention program for GLBTQ youth, ages14-20,
David/Brenda, (425) 263-2908, www.globeyouth.org; InsideOut: a
support group for GLBTQ youth ages
13-18, in Shoreline. 362-7282 ext 242; Lambert
House: an activities
& resource center for LGBT youth, ages 14-22, in Seattle,
www.lamberthouse.org; www.MatthewsPlace.com; Oasis
Youth Center: for GLBTQ youth, ages 14-25, in
671-2838, www.oasisyouthcen ter.org; Parents,
Family & Friends of Lesbians & Gays (PFLAG)/Puget Sound:
325-7724, www.seattle-pflag.org; Safe
Schools Coalition: www.safeschools
coalition.org; 632-0662 ext 49 (non-emergency),
Project (Queer Youth Resource Board): 860-9606,
Center: 622-5555; YouthCare/Isis
Program (Transitional Living Home for LGBTQ Young Adults, 18-22):
Phone numbers accompanying listings are
within area code (206) & locations of meetings/events are in
- January 17
Frontrunners Fun Run. 9am. Greenlake (outside
Evans Pool). Every
Saturday. GLBT running & walking club sponsors weekly runs,
potlucks, track & field activity, annual Run With Pride.
Care to Shop on Vashon
Thriftway, 9740 SW Bank Rd, Vashon.
3rd Saturday of every month. Benefits the Lifelong AIDS Alliance food
Chicken Soup Brigade.
Queer Rec. 1pm. 1818 15th Ave. 3rd Saturday of
every month. Outdoor
& indoor adventures for youth ages 22 & under. On bus
routes 8, 10, 43.
Group Monthly Discussion. 1pm. Capitol Hill
Branch Library, 425
Harvard Ave E. The Q-Squared Book Group will discuss The Mayor of Castro
Street: The Life and Times of Harvey Milk
by Randy Schilts. The group will be comparing and contrasting the book
Van Sant’s recent movie, Milk.
For more information, visit www.qsquared.org.
Bi & Bi
Mixed-Gender Social Group. 4-6pm. Wayward
Coffee, 8570 Greenwood Ave
N. Meets 3rd Saturday each month. Social get-together for Bisexual men
women, their partners & other Bi-friendly folks.
Center in Tacoma
- For Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Questioning Youth,
Ages 14-25. 6pm-12 midnight. Call for location
& details. Every
Saturday. (253) 671-2838. www.oasisyouthcenter.org. (Also meets
4-10pm & Fridays 4-10pm.)
Duplicate Bridge. 6pm. Bus-accessible 1st
location. Every Saturday. Games also on Tuesdays & Thursdays.
includes coffee & tea. For more information visit
org. For partners & to make reservations:
Genderqueer Support Group for Survivors. 6-8pm.
Every week. For
survivors of sexual assault & domestic violence. For
location, call the SafePlace crisis line, (360) 754-6300.
Tennis Club. Call for exact time - schedule
varies between 7pm &
9pm depending on availability of courts. Every Saturday at Seattle
Center. $7 per session. This GLBT group has been meeting since 1986!
Speed. 7-8:30pm. Lifelong AIDS Alliance, 1002 E
entrance off parking lot). FREE drop-in support group (not a 12 step)
& Bi men who desire recovery from meth.
Support Social & Support Meeting.
7:30-9:30pm. 1812 E Madison
St, #204. Meets every Saturday. 1st Saturdays are Movie Night, with a
theme; other Saturdays are in a traditional support format. All are
CDs, TVs,TGs, TSs & all those concerned with gender issues such
friends, employers, etc.
appreciated. 323-2162, www.pacificgender.org/support/
14/48 - The
World’s Quickest Theater Festival. 8pm
& 10:30pm. ACT’s Bullitt
Cabaret, 700 Union St. 14/48 is 14 plays conceived, written, designed,
rehearsed and performed in 48 hours. www.1448fest.com/jan2009par.html.
$20-advance; $25-at the door. 206-292-7676; www.acttheatre.org.
of Seattle - Introduction of Candidates for Emperor & Empress.
8pm. Neighbours Nightclub, 1509 Broadway. Meet the candidates for the
Court’s top leadership positions and enjoy some fine drag
entertainment. FREE -
no cover. www.imperialcourtofseattle.com.
Perpetual Indulgence Pillow Fight for Orion Center. 9:30pm-12midnight.
The Cuff, 1533 13th Ave. Stay up past your bedtime with the Sisters!
favorite nighties (within public decency laws!) or change into them
street clothes check will be available. Remember to bring a new pillow
original packaging for Orion Center’s homeless youth
Daddy” TV Broadcast. 1st &
3rd Saturday 11pm; 2nd & 4th
Thursday 7pm. Comcast Channel 77. The longest running LGBT affirming TV
in the greater Seattle area. www.whosyourdaddy tv.org
- January 18
(For a comprehensive list of open
religious/spiritual organizations in the area contact Multifaith Works
8:45am. Uptown Espresso, 500 Westlake Ave N. Every Sunday year-round,
rain or shine
for moderate to strenuous day hikes. 323-8382.
Bowling in Everett.
10am. Evergreen Lanes, 5111 Clarement Way,
Everett. Every Sunday. Spectators
welcome. Join us for lunch afterwards! Sponsored by the Snohomish
Men’s Task Force. For info email John at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bowlers. 10am. West Seattle Bowl, 4505 39th Ave
SW (at SW Oregon
St). Open bowl every Sunday for the GLBT community & friends.
have to worry about how you bowl! $4.25 + $1 shoe rental. 329-1515.
Circle. 11am-12:30pm. 900 Hiawatha Pl S. Meets
1st & 3rd
Sundays. Share ideas as you study Viva
la Raza: A History of Chicano Identity & Resistance
Alaniz & Megan Cornish. Discover a wealth of little-known
campus, farmworker & Chicana organizing at the UW, in the
& in the Seattle community. FREE. Sponsored by the Freedom
Rain City Soccer
Club - Ripple Effect. Every Sunday afternoon.
Ripple Effect soccer team plays a weekly recreational scrimmage game
guys in Seattle. To sign up visit www.raincity soccer.org
Timers Monthly Potluck Social & General Meeting.
First Baptist Church Recreation Hall, 1111 Harvard Ave (at E Seneca St
thru glass doors on Harvard Ave.) Meets 3rd Sunday most months. Bring a
serve 6-8 people. $4 door fee covers hall rental. SPT is a social club
for Gay men
& their friends. 329-0793.
Divas. 3-5pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave E.
Meets every Sunday. A
support group for Lesbian women dealing with divorce, separation
transformation. For info, call 322-2437; www.dunsheehouse.org
Car Club Post-Holiday Blues Party & Car Hop Awards Show in Kent.
3-7pm. The Vibe, 226 1st Ave S, Kent.
4-5pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave E. Cada Domingo. Una junta bilingue
comunidad GLBTQ en recuperacion de adicciones. Para mas informacion
entrehermanos.org o llame 322-7700.
Orca Swim Team
Mon/Weds/Thurs: 7:30-8:45pm; Fri: 7-8:15pm. Seattle University,
Athletic Center, 14th Ave & E Cherry St. Every Sun, Mon, Wed,
& Friday. Orca Swim Team workouts are for both competitive
recreational swimmers. www.orcaswimteam.org
PolyFidelity Discussion Group Potluck Meeting.
5-7:30pm. Meets 3rd
Sunday of odd-numbered months at a poly-friendly location. PolyFidelity
welcomes persons of all sexual orientations who are interested in
responsible alternatives to monogamy. Followed by a Poly Party. For
information & location, www.scn.org/~spg
Bowling. 6:30pm. West Seattle Bowl, 4505 39th
Ave SW. Meets every
Sunday (except during the summer). Regular league bowling. Jeff,
House Annual Chef’s Dinner.
5pm-reception & silent wine auction;
7pm-dinner. More than a dozen local chefs unite for the 16th annual
Dinner to benefit Seattle’s Bailey-Boushay House. Features
reception and silent wine auction and multi-course dinner. Tickets:
& wine auction only; $300 & $600-reception, wine
auction & dinner.
Bingo. 8-11pm. Cafe Metropolitain, 1701 E. Olive
Way. Play bingo,
win cash & prizes, benefit local GLBT charities. Hosted by
Noche Latina -
Latino Night. 10pm. Neighbours, 1509 Broadway.
- January 19
Martin Luther King Jr
(Because of the
MLK Jr Day holiday, some regularly scheduled events may be cancelled or
rescheduled. Please check with the sponsors of your event to confirm
Serve on MLK Jr
Day. 9am-3pm. City Year & over 600
community members will be
serving the Seattle community to honor the legacy of Dr Martin Luther
Projects include painting, landscaping, cleaning, organizing &
& a community mural project. To sign up call 219-5014 or email
“Yes We Can:
Change Begins Now!” MLK Day Rally & March.
Rally 11am, March 12noon. Garfield High School, 400 23rd Ave. 27th
Day march & rally, one of the largest in the US. We honor Rev
Luther King Jr for his work toward racial justice for all people, for
commitment to non-violence & for his stand against war
Services for Youth, Ages 14-22. 1-4pm. Lambert
House, 1818 15th Ave.
Every Monday. Lambert House is a nationally-recognized activities
resource center for GLBT & questioning youth, ages 14-22.
Speed. 2-3:30pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave E.
FREE drop-in support
group (not a 12 step) for Gay & Bi men who desire recovery from
information visit www.strengthoverspeed.org
Readings from the Speeches of Dr Martin Luther King Jr.
House, Seattle Center. From “I Have a Dream” to
“Beyond Vietnam” Dr King’s
words are revolutionary in the face of opposition. FREE.
Meditation - A Hybrid Centering - A SHIFT Peer Recovery Network
6-7:30pm. Seattle Counseling Service, 1216 Pine St Ste 300 (at Melrose
Every Monday. Bring your open mind for a restorative cleansing
exercise session with basic yogic and martial arts principles.
Mondays. 6-7:30pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave
E. On-going. An
informal social & discussion group for men with HIV or AIDS.
For info, call
& Relationships. 6-7pm. Lambert House,
1818 15th Ave. Every
Monday. Lambert House is a nationally-recognized activities &
center for GLBT & questioning youth, ages 14-22. 322-2515,
Support Group. 7pm. St Benedict’s
Parish Center, 1805 N 49th St.
Meets 3rd Monday each month. This is a drop-in peer support group for
family members & friends of GLBT persons. (425) 462-9411,
Men Group Yoga.
7-8:15pm. Mekosun Studio, 905 20th Ave S. Meets every Monday. All
$15/class. 412-7079; www.mekosun.com.
7pm. St Paul’s Episcopal Church, 700 Callahan Dr, Bremerton.
Meets 3rd Monday
each month. PFLAG/Puget Sound: 325-7724.
Monthly Meeting. 7pm.
First Congregational Church of Everett, 2624 Rockefeller Ave, Everett.
3rd Monday each month. PFLAG/Puget Sound: 325-7724.
Area Weekly Meeting.
7pm. Trinity Methodist Church, 850 N James Ave, East Wenatchee. Every
(including any & all holidays). PFLAG/Puget Sound: 325-7724.
Circle. 7-8:30pm. New Freeway Hall, 5018
Rainier Ave S. Meets 1st
& 3rd Mondays. Share ideas as you study Viva
la Raza: A History of Chicano Identity & Resistance
Alaniz & Megan Cornish. Discover a wealth of little-known
campus, farmworker & Chicana organizing at the UW, in the
& in the Seattle community. FREE. Sponsored by the Freedom
Art Night. 7:15-8:45pm. 1818 15th Ave. Every
Monday. Bring your
ideas & let’s have some fun. 322-2515,
- January 20
2:30-4pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave E. Ongoing drop-in support
group for anyone HIV/AIDS positive. For info, call 322-2437;
Coalition Monthly Meeting. 3-5pm. Planned
Parenthood, 2001 E
Madison. Meets 3rd Tuesday most months (schedule varies in summer). The
Schools Coalition: A Public-Private Partnership in Support of LGBT
are welcome at meetings; lots of volunteer opportunities are discussed.
632-0662 ext 49; CRISIS LINE: 1-877-SAFE-SAFE;
House. 4-6pm. Multifaith Works, 115 16th Ave.
Come learn about
SHIFTS’s community-based work & how you can
participate. SHIFT is a
multi-agency collaboration that supports LGBTQ volunteers &
struggling with substance abuse & addiction issues.
Choice. 6-7:30pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave E.
Tuesday. Weekly drop-in group for LBTQ women to cultivate community in
lives. For info, call 322-2437; www.dunsheehouse.org.
Support Group. 6-7:30pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th
Ave E. On going.
ARRIVE BY 6pm. FREE peer-facilitated emotional support group for
regardless of sexual orientation or gender, who is living with
Hepatitis C. For
info, call 322-2437; www.dunsheehouse.org
Department Sexual Minorities Community Advisory Council Monthly Meeting.
6-8pm. Pacific Gender Support, 1812 E Madison St. Meets 3rd Tuesday
months. An opportunity for the GLBT community to speak openly with the
public safety issues & other related concerns. www.kim.
6:30-9pm. Seattle First Baptist Church, 1111 Harvard Ave. Meets every
Diverse Harmony is the nation’s first Gay/Straight Alliance
Youths 13-22 are welcome regardless of sexual orientation.
Cancer Group. 6:30-8pm. Gilda’s Club,
1400 Broadway. 3rd Thursday
every month. For Gay & Bi men diagnosed with prostate cancer. A
for emotional support on issues of treatment, sexuality, relationships
topics specific to Gay/Bi men. FREE. 709-1400, www.gildasclubseattle.org
Frontrunners Fun Run. 6:30pm. Madison Beach
House. Every Tuesday. 3
mile flat walk & run. Dog walkers welcome. (See Saturday at
Drummers. Intermediate 7-8:15pm, Beginners
8:20-9:30pm. Meets every
Tuesday. Hand drumming classes for Gay men. Learn traditional African
Afro-Caribbean rhythms & basic hand drumming techniques. Drums
provided. For information & location call Dennis, 363-4500 or
Lessons Preview Night. 7-8pm. Miller Community
Center, 330 19th Ave
E. Includes a FREE 45-minute beginner’s lesson, a chance to
instructors & and an opportunity to register for lessons.
start in February. www.raincountry dance.org
Indivisible: Permanent Revolution & Neoliberalism in the
2/24). 7-8:30pm. Kaladi Brothers Coffee, 511 E
Pike St. Every
Tuesday, 1/20-2/24. This timely analysis by Guerry Hodderson,
feminist organizer, examines the roots of the US economic crisis
relationship to the upheavals across Latin America. FREE. Books
Sponsored by FSP. 722-2453, email@example.com
- For Lesbian Women 40 & Older.
7-8:30pm. Seattle Mental Health
Institute, 1600 E Olive St (in Conference Room. Every Tuesday. Open
Lesbian women, 40 & older, in every stage of coming out or
being out. Lots
of social activities in addition to Tuesday meetings. Sandra Jo,
Females Group - For Female-Identified Youth, Ages 22 & Under.
7-8pm. Lambert House, 1818 15th Ave. Meets every Tuesday. QYF is a
group for Queer & questioning women ages 22 & under to
dating, relationships, coming out in a fun, laid back environment.
Duplicate Bridge. 7pm. Bus-accessible 1st
location. Every Tuesday. (See Saturday listing at 6pm.)
7:30-9pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th Ave E. Meets every Tuesday. Ongoing
social, support & discussion group for maturing Gay &
Bi men of all
ages. For info, call 322-2437; www.dunshee house.org.
Empowerment. 7:30-9pm. Dunshee House, 303 17th
Ave E. A group for
all LGBT & friends of any spiritual belief to explore how
practice can enrich their life. For info, call 322-2437; www.dunshee
Sex Addicts Anonymous. 7:30-9pm. Capitol Hill
Alano Club, 1900 E
Madison St. GLBTQ supported. Meets every Tuesday. SAA is a fellowship
& women whose primary purpose is to stop addictive sexual
help others recover from sexual addiction. Seattle SAA Hotline
International Service Organization 1-800-477-8191.
Gender Alliance Open Support Meeting in
James Presbyterian Church, 910 14th St. Every Tuesday. (360) 445-2411;
www.washingtongenderalliance.com. (See Wednesday listing at 7:30pm for
Seattle Otters Water
Polo Team. 8-9:30pm. Medgar Evers Pool, 500 23rd
Ave E (at E Cherry
St). Every Tuesday
Beginners & experienced players welcome. Otter Hotline 217-9271
- January 21
Morning Exercise/Health & Fitness Get-Together.
Odd Fellows Hall Bldg, 1706 NW Market St. Every Wednesday. An hour of
health-related activities, followed by a walk around Greenlake
& lunch at a
local restaurant. 781-7724. http://maturefriends.org
GSBA Monthly Luncheon.
11:30am. Call/check website for location. Meets 2nd Wednesday most
month the 3rd Wednesday. Reservations due 5pm Friday before the
seating for walk-ins without reservations not guaranteed. Cost:
$27-members/$32-nonmembers/$27-students at the door.
Support Group in Tacoma.
1-3pm. Pierce County AIDS Foundation, 625
Commerce, Ste 10, Tacoma. Meets 1st & 3rd Wednesday each month.
InsideOut - A
Support Group for GLBTQ Youth Ages 13-18 in
Center for Human Services, 17018 15th Ave NE, Room 230, Shoreline.
Every Wednesday. InsideOut is a group for LGBTQ
Youth to develop positive self-identities in a professional &
environment. 362-7282 ext 242.
Gay City Bulk
Mail Party. 5-9pm. 511 E Pike St. Meets 3rd
Wednesday each month.
Free pizza, beverages & great company. Drop in whenever you can
for as long
as you can & help Gay City get out the monthly newsletter.
Speed, Sex &
Sanity. 5-7pm. Gay City Health Project, 511 E
Pike St. Meets every
Wednesday. A drop-in informational & educational night for Gay
men, friends & family. Activities include social events,
& brainstorming sessions. A program of Project NEON &
Gay City. For
more information, 323-1768, www.crystalneon.org, www.gaycity.org
Washington Volunteer Drop-In Night. 6-8pm. ERW
Offices, 720 7th Ave,
4th Floor. Meets every Wednesday. Contact us at 324-2570 or
Loving Ourselves, Becoming Empowered): A Support Group &
for Youth (14-20) in Everett.
6-8pm. CCA Building,
3331 Broadway - Bottom Floor, Everett. Every Wednesday. Sponsored by
Everett Chapter. David/Brenda, (425) 263-2908. globeleaders@ hotmail.com
AIDS Foundation New Volunteer Orientation in
6-8pm. PCAF, Old
City Hall, 625 Commerce St, Ste 10, Tacoma. Meets 3rd Wednesday each
PCAF is seeking volunteers to provide practical & emotional
services for clients, assist with administrative needs, & plan
at special events. More info & to receive application, call
(253) 383-2565 ext 206.