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Booth Application
Capitol Hill Pride Festival, March & Rally
Sat. June 24, 2017

Schedule early to avoid last minute delays. Please inform your favorite LGBT charity or anyone who  may be interested. These booth rates remain the lowest in the Northwest with help from our sponsors.
Broadway Businesses receive their storefront space whether boothing or not.
Please let us know if you want your storefront space kept clear. .

 

Rates:   Are for each 10’ x 15’ Booth spaces for  Sat June 24, 2017
 
(Space only, Vendor is responsible for their tables/chairs/canopy). Booth fees are Non-Refundable.


Single Artist / Face painter      $100 / booth              

Nonprofits                                $250 / booth   

Broadway Businesses:        $300 / booth

Broadway w/ alcohol:           $350 booth
General Business:                 $400 / booth 

Festival Program Ad:            $200—2x3” Website/Program ad     


2016 sold out of booth space and 2017 is expected to sell out early so
Reserve early for space availability


1. Click HERE for 2017 PDF Form of Booth and Ad Application
CLICK HERE
for Sponsorship Information and Levels

Questions? Contact Philip Lipson at capitolhillfestival@gmail.com or call:
206-465-9601
2. Once you have filled out and e-mailed your application, select appropriate booth fee below.

Payment
New for 2016!

Vendors can now pay with Paypal

Please select your booth description below from the drop down menu. 

Booth Rates

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2016 Booth Statistics
Proud to booth more local businesses and LGBT non-profits than any other festival in Seattle!
42 N. Broadway Businesses,
7 Capitol Hill, 33 Seattle,
33 Food, 26 Non-Profits, 10 Medical, 6 Non-Local, 5 Non-Local Food

2015 Vendor Statistics
40 Broadway Business      12 Capitol Hill    52 Seattle    32 Non-profits   
18
Broadway Food    10 Non-local food    5 National business 
The Capitol Hill Pride Festival is proud to register more local businesses and
non-profits than any other Pride festival in the Northwest!  

2014 Vendor Statistics
43 Broadway Business      8 Capitol Hill    26 Seattle    35 Non-profits   
26
Broadway Food    4 Non-local food    6 National business 
The Capitol Hill Pride Festival is proud to register more local businesses and
non-profits than any other Pride festival in the Northwest!  

HerbBitter   Neon Nacho   Julias Tables

2016 Map
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Booth Map Final

1111AAA Business Name

Booth#

Affirmation LGBT Mormons

26

Africa Mama

48

Alliance For Gun Responsibility

28

Allyship

145

American Cancer Society-Relay for Life

41

American Metal Works

13

Americana

160

Anglicon

106

Art by Vikram Madan

38

Art of Letters Photography

165

AT&T

90, 92

Athena's Food

182

Babeland

151

Bait Shop

15,17,19

Barriga Llena

163

BECU

78

BEGO

147

Benaroya Research Institute

40

BIA

121

Boom Noodle

177

Broadway African Store

54

Camp Ten Trees

43

Castle Megastore

173

CCC Business Name

Booth#

Charlies On Broadway

164

Colors and Origins

35

Colors and Origins 2

33

Coral Reefs Designs

122

Crossroads Trading Clothes

108

Dancing Love Organic

99a

Dilettante

27

Downtown Dog Lounge

88

Eat Local

60

EEE Business Name

Booth#

Egg Roll Hut

124

Eight to Eight Dental

 

Emerald City MCC Seattle

68

Emerald City Mudhens Women's Rugby Club

127

Enchant Vertical Dance

22

 Face Painting Sara

119

First Security Bank

11

Freely Speaking Toastmasters

31

Friends of Thomas Pitchford

24B

Gay Fathers Association

45

Gender Justice League

152

Generations With Pride

12

Gentle Dental

30

GGG Business Name

Booth#

Glass by Sharona

167

Gold's Gym

74,76

GSBA

7

Hardware Salon

77,79

Helios

42, 58, 183

Henna Tattoo

36

Herb and Bitter

51,53

HHH Business Name

Booth#

Hour Eyes

39

India Imports

184

Initiative 873

14,166

Isaac Meyers-Makeup

100

Jai Thai

135, 137

Jet City Animal Clinic

86

Julia's on Broadway

 

King County Metro

179

Kismet

55

Kiss My Grits

101 A

KKK Business Name

Booth#

La Cocina

67 A

Laughing Buddha Tattoo and Body Piercing

162

LGBT Rainbow Pride Flags

138

Lifelong Aids Alliance

123

Los Agaves

101 B

Lyric,The

140

Mardi Gras Facepainting

113

Meghan's Mehndi

109

Mind-Body Center for Integrative Medicine

25 A

Mishu

115

MMM Business Name

Booth#

Monster Dogs

101 C

Mud Bay

120

Nacho  Barracho

176

Napkin Friends

101

National Multiple Sclerosis Society

59

Native  Creation

94,96

Neighborcare Health-Lake City Medical Clinic

56

Not This Time

83

NW Museum of Legends and Lore / Info

 

Olympic Veterinary Cardiology

142

Orca Wellness

126

Pagliacci

73,75

Pain Removal Services

174

Panache

141.141 A 144,146,148

Partners at Lowell

9

Patrick Beringer Realtor

169

Patrick's Creations

161

Peace Corps

70

Pinto Bistro

99

Pizzeria 88

85,87

PPP Business Name

Booth#

Pride Flags NW

149

QFC

82,84

Radical Women

118

Rainbow City Band

118a

Rite Aid

178

Saffron Drop

114,116

Samurai Noodle

 

Scott J Bailey

175

Seattle Central College

185

Seattle HIV Vaccine Trials Unit

37

Seattle Humane Society

110,112

Seattle Subway

180

Seattle Women In Leather

125

Sephora

171

Skoah

50

Snapshot Collective

47

Social Skins

24

SSS Business Name

Booth#

Teen Link (Crisis Clinic)

52

The Card Café

44

Tibetan Handicrafts

69

T-Mobile

72

Trilogy Chiropractic

34

Urban Animal

143

VA Puget Sound

21

Vaca Loca

150

Visually Speaking

32

Wedgwood II Vegetarian Thai

81

Wells Fargo

64,66

Windermere Real Estate

29

Witness Bar

93,97

You Pic It Picture

139

YWCA-Rainbow health Fair

63,65,67

Zip Cars

111b


The Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore, Broadway Businesses, Julia's Block Party, La Cocina Santiago, Wells Fargo, AT&T, BIA, BBOA, Rainbow Women's Health Fair, Central Co-Op, , Regency Apts as well as 4 Culture where this project was supported, in part, by an award from 4Culture, LGBT organizations, Volunteers, Supporters present the ninth annual 
Capitol Hill Pride Festival, March & Rally


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A community festival march and rally celebrating diversity and community pride, remembering Stonewall and local history.
The festival is open to everyone, LGBT, straight and anyone of any background.
Live local Music, Food and Entertainment with over 140 booths of restaurants
non-profits, businesses and artists.
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Come take a bite of Seattle's Capitol Hill!
Activism at its finest!


Contact Information:
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Capitol Hill Pride Festival March & Rally Organizers
Charlette LeFevre - Festival and Entertainment Development
Philip Lipson - Booth and Volunteer Coordination
The Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore and its Directors are the fiscal agents and organizers of the
Capitol Hill Pride Festival.
The museum as a federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit
supporting humanities and has been scheduling events in Seattle since 1998 including events on Capitol Hill, Seattle Center and Volunteer Park.

Safety Announcement
Following protective Measures Guide for the U.S. Outdoor Venues, the organizers of the Capitol Hill Pride Festival will be coordinating
communicating, operating, training and establishing a detailed safety plan for this event.
We ask business owners and attendees to watch for strong suspicious activity and to help protect your community festival.
Unauthorized sales and soliciting will not be allowed inside festival area.

Information, Announcement and Signage

“For your safety, please do not bring in backpacks and large bags.  If you see something, say something”

Any strong suspicious activity observed or perceived should be reported immediately to 9-1-1 and then the directors.
Issues or concerns should be immediate relayed to:
Event Directors:
Charlette 206-523-6348, Philip Lipson 206-465-9061

We want to assure that every step is taken to assure the safety of businesses and attendees during one
of  Capitol Hill's largest events so we can celebrate this social justice equality festival

Festival Development and Media Inquiries contact:
Charlette LeFevre

Mary Lambert and Charlette LeFevre

Singer Mary Lambert and Festival Director Charlette LeFevre in 2013
capitolhillfestival@gmail.com





206-523-6348
Philip Lipson
Booth Coordinator
206-465-9601



Who We Are in Supporting the Humanities

The Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore is a 501(c) 3 educational non-profit supporting the humanities and established its first six years on Capitol Hill and is sponsored in part by the Raynier Foundation founded by museum supporter James W. Ray - a Capitol Hill Gay Philanthropist who supported the Humanities and created the Raynier Foundation and namesake of the James W. Ray Orion Center Youth Center for homeless youth.
The museum has scheduled events in the Northwest for the past fourteen years hosting many authors and lectures and cultural arts groups including conferences at Seattle Center and most recently the Seattle Faerie Festival. The museum still conducts the Capitol Hill Historical Ghost Tour with an extensive knowlege of the area and history highlighting the famous legends of Capitol Hill such as Bruce Lee, Kurt Cobain, Jimi Henrix, Frances Farmer and historical figures such as Bertha Knight Landes- Seattle's first woman Mayor, Roy Olmstead and many others.
Now shifting to online, the museum remains active with the community and the Broadway Business Owners Association (BBOA) and has established the first Pride Asia at Hing Hay park in the International District. Occasionally, the museum can be seen on current Travel Channel shows such as "Mysteries at the Museum" and the Discovery Channel.

Festival History
Director Charlette LeFevre as elected Vice-President of the Capitol Hill Community Council in 2008 and Chair of the Arts and Events Committee ran on a platform of establishing LGBT events and organized the first Capitol Hill Pride Festival in 2009 as a two block festival. That year the museum became the fiscal agent and organizers for the festival as the Community Council lacked a business license and even though approved by a community vote opposed the start fearing parking meter fees. Despite obstacles, its first year, the festival drew 5,000 in attendance and in 2010 and 2011 the festival became a five block festival drawing an estimate of 30,000 throughout the day.  
The event has become the largest single day event for Capitol Hill and Seattle's and the Northwest's largest Pride Street festival.
The festival Directors are committed to keeping the festival a grass roots social justice community festival on Capitol Hill as a fiscally responsible agent and stewardship and showcasing new and emerging artisst on the festival stages
as well as furthering the recognition of the Art of Drag as a cultural art form.
New for 2013:
The festival is the new site of the Rainbow Women's Health Fair in its 15th year and for the first time  the Navy and SPD will be boothing
as well as site of the ongoing Julia's Block Party and the LaCocina Stage.

Directors photo courtesy of Jennifer Durham
Directors, Philip Lipson and Charlette LeFevre 2013

Charlette LeFevre - is current Director of the Northwest Museum of Legend and Lore since 2004.
Combining science and events, Charlette shares a social justice interest in her activities and writings. Charlette has a BA in Research and Design from Wright State University.

Past positions: 2008 Capitol Hill Community Council VP and currently writes on social justice for the Seattle PI Capitol Hill Neighborhood Blog under Charlette Report.
Accomplishments: Saving four large trees on Capitol Hill's Broadway and helping establish the Seattle city ordianance that bans the display of
human remains without the deceased's consent.

Philip Lipson - Librarian has a Master's degree in Library Science from Wayne State University in Detroit and has had experience in both public and academic libraries. Co-Director of the museum since 2004, Philip Lipson is writing a book on the Air Force's first military plane crash in Kelso and is Booth Director for the Capitol Hill Pride Festival. Philip Lipson has worked for the IRS and has helped organized the budgets for many conferences.  In 1980 Philip ran for Sheriff of Wayne County, Michigan, Libertarian Party. Lucky for the library he lost. His slogan was "Behave Yourself", a motto he still lives by today - or so he says.

  
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Budget on file for 2010 festival with Seattle Dept. of Neighborhoods.
Dept. of Neighborhoods

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The name "Capitol Hill Pride Festival" is a registered trademark and tradename of the Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore within the State of Washington.
The name "Pride Asia" is a registered trademark and tradename of the Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore within the State of Washington.
No persons or organization are authorized to use the name, logo or to solicite on behalf of the events without explicit, prior authorization in writing from
the Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore.



 

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