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Bite of Pride
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Capitol Hill Pride Festival - Bite of Pride
Non-Street (for now) Community Event

A community promoted event celebrating diversity and community pride, remembering Stonewall and local history.
The Capitol Hill Pride Festival - Bite of Pride is now a Capitol Hill wide promotion
open to everyone, LGBT, straight and anyone of any background.
Live local Music, Food and Entertainment with restaurants
non-profits, businesses and artists.
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Come take a bite of Seattle's Capitol Hill!
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Bite of Pride

The “Capitol Hill Pride Festival – Bite of Pride” is announcing its continued promotion of the Capitol Hill wide event as non-street online only community promotion for not only June 24th but for the month of Pride while an appeal for the annual street use is pending with the City of Seattle.

As the nine year annual event has grown to become the Northwest’s largest Pride street festival and Capitol Hill’s largest event after a two year absence of events in 2007 and 2008, we are dedicated to promoting what is recognized as a Constitutionally protected annual event for Pride weekend supporting the local community.
We also have confidence in the many restaurants, businesses non-profits and artists in promoting the LGBTQAI cause whether it’s through their art, business or personal expression and we thank you for your support.

The Capitol Hill wide promotion underlines the “Bite of Pride” is also for businesses, non-profits and artists for Sat. June 24, 2017 thru the month of June.
Register your Business!

Sat. June 24-30, 2017 

Join us for food, fun, with restaurants, information and local businesses taking a Bite of Pride!


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Thank You for Standing Strong!

Broadway Businesses, Smart Ventures, Central Co-Op, AT&T,  BBOA - Broadway Business Owners Association,  LGBT organizations, Volunteers, and Supporters will present the ninth annual 
Capitol Hill Pride Festival - Bite of Pride
Artists in part supported by a grant from SmartVentures - Office of Arts & Culture.

Office of Arts and Culture

Stewarded by   Northwest Museum of Legends and Lore Member of Interpride

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Booths and Ad Applications CLICK HERE for 2017


Proud to booth more local businesses and LGBT non-profits than any other festival in Seattle!


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Stonewall, Never Forget

Stonewall Riots, June 28, 1969

 Photo from The New York Daily News, Sunday, June 29, 1969

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 gays and youth stood up against harassing police raids and arrests for being gay which were common at the time.

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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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 its 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 206-465-9601

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

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CLICK HERE for Capitol Hill Pride Festival Report
Budget on file for 2010 festival with Seattle Dept. of Neighborhoods.
Dept. of Neighborhoods

CLICK HERE for Sponsorship Information and Levels


THANK YOU!


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The name "Capitol Hill Pride",  "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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