This past Sunday, June 1st was a gorgy day to kick off Seattle’s Pride Month festivities. The Pride Flag was raised over Seattle City Hall but the far more popular event was the rebirth of beloved Seattle gay bar, THE TIMBERLINE back in its original location at 2015 Boren Avenue just off Denny Way, now the home to Cornish College for the Arts’ Raisbeck Hall. Sunday’s revival of The Timberline’s uberpopular Sunday Tea Dance was a huge hit with lines around the block and hordes of fans who welcomed the return of a beloved club that has been gone for nearly a decade.
In fact, it was so popular that the event producers, including the charitable recipient for the event, the Seattle Men’s Chorus / Seattle Women’s Chorus aka Flying House Productions, plan on bringing the event back on Sunday, August 10th for Timberline Revisited II: Electric Boogaloo!!!!
Mark those calendars…and, keep your excitement levels high by checking out Some Lovely Photos from this Sunday’s event, courtesy of Doug McLaughlin!