Capitol Hill Pride with the Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore
invites the public to a
Sat. Oct. 31st
Following and recommending all social distancing guidelines and recommending that all wear masks.
community promoted event celebrating diversity and
community pride, remembering
Stonewall on its 51th Anniversary and local history.
Capitol Hill Pride Doggie Drag Costume Contest can be submitted by photo submission to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30th!
Stella bat girl winner 2019
Please visit your local community restaurants and businesses!
Visit Capitol Hill's Tin Table
1222 E Madison St Suite C
Happy Hour and HH pricing (10% off all food, and $2 off all wine on tap pours, and flights) all weekend long, Friday Jun 26 - Sun 28.
Please consider signing a petition to re-purpose the
Come take a bite of Seattle's Capitol Hill!
You Seattle Trading Musician!
Official AV gear of the 2018 and 2019 Capitol Hill Pride
The Trading Musician Is A Full-Line Music Store, Offering A Wide Variety Of New, Used,
& Vintage Musical Equipment. Open Seven Days A Week From 11 To 7.
5908 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle
Thank You Castle Megastore!
the ten year annual event has grown to become one of the Northwest’s
largest Pride events and Capitol Hill’s largest, we are dedicated to
creating awareness of the LGBTQAI community in what is recognized as a
Constitutionally protected annual event for Pride weekend.
We also have confidence in the many supporting restaurants, businesses non-profits and artists in promoting the LGBTQAI cause whether it’s through their art, business or personal expression and support of the community.
Thank You for Participating!
|10th Annual Capitol Hill Pride Doggie Drag Costume Contest|
Stella Bat Girl wins Best in Show!
Judges concurred it was the cookie dance, greeting other dogs and the subtle purple sparkle with her crime fighting bat wings that won the show.
First Runner up was Pat Murkami's neice Miko!
Gentle and a great host, Miko greeted visiting dogs.
Rat City Roller Derby, Dennis Saxman - Capitol Hill Community Leader who helped start Capitol Hill Pride endorses Pat Murakami
|More photos and video coming!....
Capitol Hill Pride March & Rally 2019
Remembering Stonewall's 50th Anniversary
Philip Lipson, Leon Hendrix and Charlette LeFevre - Capitol Hill Pride Festival 2010.
Asukaa Jaxx - Intersex Justice Organization. LGBTQAI community Intersex Representative. A well known activist in the Capitol Hill community.
Asukaa Jaxx made history as the first Intersex candidate to run for Seattle City Council in early 2019 and has been an Intersex Representative for Capitol Hill Pride as well as an Advisory Board Member.
Active and aware, Asukaa is always highly visible wearing her rainbow hat and rainbow sequin armband in the community every day and not just on Pride weekend.
“We are resilient, that we can succeed in whatever we do no matter what the challenges are.“
12:00 - 10th annual Capitol Hill Doggie Drag Costume
Bring your best to the tenth annual Doggie Drag Costume Contest!
Register with any donation at the Information desk by 11am
March steps off at Noon - 1pm
Pat Murakami is running for City Council position District 3 which includes Capitol Hill.
To date, Murakami is the only City Council Candidate and City Council Member that has been involved with Capitol Hill Pride.
|1:00 Pat for Seattle!
Meet your Seattle City Council Candidate Pat Murakami
Pat’s experience as a civic leader and business owner make her an ideal candidate for Seattle City Council District 3, a district she has lived in for over 40 years.
After attending the University of Washington, graduating with two degrees in Business Administration and Sociology, Pat Murakami decided to remain in Seattle and bought her first home in the Central Area. Pat also earned an MBA from the University of Puget Sound. For over 30 years she has owned and operated an IT firm which supports a wide array of industries across the region.
Pat is a dedicated community volunteer and has years of civic activism including:
In 2006 Pat founded and led an organization called Many Cultures, One Message, successfully blocking Mayor Nickels' attempt to declare all of Southeast Seattle blighted. This action would have given the City the power to force immigrant and modest- income property owners to sell at bargain prices, allowing the City to later "sell the properties to developers at a discount."
While serving on the Seattle Public Schools Closure Committee Pat fought to protect schools from closure in areas where population growth was expected, and to ensure equity for low-income students and minority students.
She will bring creative solutions to improve Seattle and tackle the tough challenges we face.
Stop by the stage and sing along to your favorite songs!
and 8pm - Lies in Dust
Lies In Dust in 2018
Lies in Dust – In 2014 Lies in Dust started spreading their dark interpretations of their favorite 80’s and 90’s songs all across Seattle. Chad Hultgren (guitar/ vocals/programming) and Lola Vast (vocals and founding member) have a diverse list of musical influences such as Patsy Cline, Madonna, Depeche Mode, Alice in Chains, Celldweller, Ministry, The Ramones, Nine Inch Nails, and Pink Floyd (just to name a few).
9pm - 10pm Capitol Hill Club
Jay Westwind Wolf Hollingsworth
Jay Westwind Wolf Hollingsworth has served on Seattle’s Community Police Commission for six years. Hollingsworth helped develop the Citizen Commission, the Office of Inspector General for Public Safety and also helped legislation to strengthen the Office of Police Accountability (OPA).
A Civil Engineering Designer Drafter in Seattle, Hollingsworth is a member of the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut.
Vightingale and her Harmonium Melodica!
Vightingale is a genderqueer, genre-bending siffleur (whistler) and multi-instrumentalist. She is known around Pike Place Market for her unique instrumentation, including harmonium, melodica, kazoo, trombone, and toy piano, mixed with shakers, tambourines, and bells she wears around her ankles to keep the beat. She loves to choose diverse music to cover, including Radiohead, Lady Gaga, Tim McGraw, and more. She has her MFA in Fine Art and Sculpture from Pratt Institute and incorporates her mastery over the three-dimensional world into the way she visualizes music. This performance is a big step for her, from performing for friends at parties, to her own wedding, to busking in public, to performing on stage for you!
Madeline Rush as Dorothy,
Brian Ditmore as the Cowardly Lion
William Vesch as Nick Chopper Tin Woodman
David Nguyen Le as Scarecrow.
Kris Keppler as Locosta,
Carol Monaham as Malica West Witch. Carol is Aunt Em. Dave Howell as the Prime Minister
Mark Toxel as Uncle Henry and the Guard of the Gates.
Ann Trigg as Nimmee.
Cloud as Toto.
Music Director Phillip Peterson and Dave Howell.
Directing Dave Howell Music and lyrics Dave Howell. Arrangements plus additional music and lyrics by
Phillip and Mike Levie.
Clouds Handler is owner Liam J. Kaplan.
Costumes by Judith Marie Smith, Adrena Smith, Margaret Orgean-Kean.
Oz: The Untold Story
On June 1st, “Wizard of Oz” fans and Pride Festival attendees got a sneak peak at an ambitious new take on the classic tale. “Oz: The Untold Story” is a new musical which draws from L. Frank Baum’s original novels to reveal new depths to the characters that people all over the world have adored for over a century.
The creators have combined story lines pulled straight from Baum’s original texts with all-new material for characters like the Wizard and the Cowardly Lion to bring a rich history and depth to familiar faces.
While the full show includes encounters with the Kalidahs, the inhabitants of China Country, and the deadly Spider, the Seattle Pride sneak peek will focus on the most iconic characters: Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion, with guest appearances by the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch of the North.
Seattle's sexiest voice!
National Recording Artist and Theater/Showroom Headliner for 11 Years in Las Vegas sings with powerful vocals and passionate interpretations.
Michael has received numerous requests to sing Queen songs this year.
A Strong Supporter of Equal Rights, Michael Cagle has sung at numerous Gay Pride events all over the country.
" A Powerful Vocalist who can hit notes so big and long, you could drive a truck on them." - Ed McMahon
"WOW! You have got some kind of voice on you." - Country Diva Reba McEntire
"Patti LaBelle Meets Nathan Lane" - FOX TV
Michael has opened for or appeared with: Reba McEntire, Michael McDonald, Kenny Loggins, Eddie Rabbit, The Drifters, Trisha Yearwood, Ricky Skaggs, Paul Revere and the Raiders, Diamond Rio, The Kingsmen, Steven Curtis Chapman, Sheena Easton and many more.
Come see why Michael Cagle is being called Seattle's sexiest voice!
Wisdom Words and 4 year old Ari
Sophie? singing Valerie
you to all the volunteers and Karaoke Singers!
Want to Table at the March & Rally on June 29th,
advertise in the Capitol Hill Pride website or Guide or
Participate or Volunteer?
for a vendor application
or contact us whether your an artist, non-profit or business supporter.
Space is available but limited so please e-mail:
Be a part of the community event listing whether its to participate in the march or to speak, to provide table information outreach, service exchange or to volunteer.
We invite you to hang your Pride flag and post the Capitol Hill Pride unicorn logo on your organization’s door and website as a show of support.
Thank You to our Sponsors and Supporters!
BBOA, Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore
Thank You for Standing Strong!
non-profits, Capitol Hill Businesses, BBOA - Broadway Business Owners
and Supporters will present the tenth annual Capitol Hill Pride event
MORE Photos from Past Years 2014...
Stonewall, Never Forget
The Stonewall riots were a historical
turning point in LGBT rights. Often compared to the civil rights
turning point of Rosa Parks, the riots took place on June 28,
1969, at the Stonewall
Inn in New York City when
and youth stood up against harassing police raids and arrests
for being gay which were common at the time. Photo
from The New York
Photo from The New York Daily News,Sunday, June 29, 1969
Legend has it that the raid was started by a simple penny being thrown at a police officer.
Today, Pride marches and parades are held around the world at the end of June commemorating the anniversary of the riots. Communities such as Capitol Hill in Seattle have become neighborhoods where bars, restaurants and businesses have become safe places for gays and lesbians to be open about their sexual orientation without fear of being arrested or harassed.
In modern times ongoing inequality, basic human rights and international persecution underlines the need for persons and businesses to demonstrate their support for the LGBT community and today what has become known as Pride.
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