Events

In addition to our monthly meetings, PFLAG Bellevue/Eastside participates in various events, such as parades and marches, lobby days, forums, workshops, and more, that support the LGBTQ community.  We list them here, along with occasional posts on events by LGBTQ ally groups. You can also follow our chapter events via Facebook.

General

Wednesday Evenings, January 9–30 at 7:30PM Challenging Gender, The 2019 History Lecture Series. All lectures held at the University of Washington,  Kane Hall 130 (directions and parking). Four UW faculty members shine a spotlight on those who challenged gender expectations and changed the cultural landscape.

Friday, January 25 at 6:30-9PM Meaningful Movies of Issaquah presents the documentary The Most Dangerous Year—the story of a small group of Washington State families facing anti-transgender legislation. Shown at the Issaquah Depot Museum. See Event page for complete details.

Saturday, February 9th at 2:30PM How to be an Alleyat Redmond Library. Join educators from Planned Parenthood to learn about LGBTQ+ basics including understanding the di erence between sexual orientation and gender identity, pronouns, transgender 101, and more! This is meant to be a space to build allyship and understanding so that we can be more supportive of the LGBTQ people in our lives. Everyone is welcome to attend. Feel free to share flyer.

May 3-5, 2019  PFLAG members and friends are invited to attend the Washington State Council Spring Conference, hosted by PFLAG Skagit. Friday evening will kick off with an informal meet and greet; Saturday morning and afternoon will focus on speakers and workshops, followed by an evening gala; and Sunday will be devoted to a special community outreach. More information will be available in mid-January. See flyer.

 Youth-Specific
  •  2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month, 5-7PM, LGBTQ youth and allies from any Eastside School district and in grades 6th-12 grade are welcome to join the Rainbow Teen Advisory Board (also known as R-TAB) which meets at the Redmond Library (except in November & December due to holidays). Members create safe spaces, socialize, and gain valuable leadership experience as they create community events. No application necessary.  See flyer for upcoming meetings!
%d bloggers like this: