• byMichael Strangeways
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Pride Open House – Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center
June 26, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Need a place to take little break from Pride festivities? Stop by Gay City: Seattle’s LGBTQ+ Center! In our new LGBTQ+ Center we’ll have snacks, water, sunscreen, onsite HIV/STI testing, comfy areas to rest, and more.
The Michael C. Weidemann LGBT Library will be open for book checkouts.
No need to RSVP, just show up!
Address: 400 East Pine St #100 Seattle, WA 98122
Getting There: The entrance to the building is on the southwest corner of the building, on Bellevue Avenue. There is a large neon, rainbow sign that reads “Seattle LGBTQ+ Center Entrance” pointing towards the door. The space is wheelchair accessible. Multiple buses stop nearby and Capitol Hill Station is just a few blocks away.
Please note: This is a substance-free and fragrance free, family friendly space.
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About the Author: Michael Strangeways
As the Editorial Director/Co-Owner, Michael Strangeways writes, edits and does about a million other jobs for Seattle Gay Scene, Puget Sound's most visited LGBTQ news, arts and entertainment website now celebrating its 14th year as a media outlet. A semi-proud Midwesterner by birth, he's lived in Seattle since 2000. He's also a film producer who would like you to check out the Jinkx Monsoon documentary, "Drag Becomes Him" now available on Amazon.com. In his spare time, he gets slightly obsessive about his love for old movies, challenging theater, "otters", vodka, chocolate, "I,Claudius", Lizzie Borden, real books made out of paper, disaster films, show tunes, Weimar era Germany, flea markets, pop surrealistic art, the sex lives of Hollywood actors both living and dead, kitties, chicken fried steak, haute couture and David Bowie. But, not necessarily in that order.