SEVENTH ANNUAL RAINBOW WOMEN'S HEALTH FAIR
The free fair offers health care to lesbian and bisexual women with more than 45 community organizations hosting workshops and screenings. To schedule an appointment for a pap and/or mammogram, call 323-6540. All Pilgrims Church, Broadway Ave E and E Republican St, 323-6540, www.verbenahealth.org, 10 am, free.
SAYING "I DO"
This free workshop offers same-sex couples advice on designing their personal wedding ceremonies. Karyn Schwartz hosts the event. Seattle Public Library, Capitol Hill Branch, 425 Harvard Ave E, 684-4715, 4 pm, free.
PRIDE WEEK LAUNCH PARTY
The Seattle Pride Committee hosts the Pride Week launch party with body-painting contests, cash prizes, and other giveaways and surprises. R Place, 619 E Pine St, 322-8828, 7 pm, $4 after 10 pm.
LET THERE BE PRIDE
Let There Be Pride will kick off Pride Week with the Honorable Norman B. Rice speaking. The Seattle Women's Chorus and Diverse Harmony are the evening's musical guests. Saint Mark Episcopal Cathedral, 1245 10th Ave E, 323-0330, 5 pm, free.
Will Clark hosts Club Z's eighth annual Gay Pride safer-sex event with door prizes, hundreds of men in towels, and safer sex demonstrations. Club Z, 1117 Pike St, 957-1203, 9 pm, no membership required.
NEXT WEEK (6/24-6/30)
QUEER AS KOOK
Snacktray Studios celebrates Gay Pride at 911 Media Arts with a retrospective of KOOKtv Cinema's queerest moments. Produced by Sulo Turner and Mike Stegmann, Queer as Kook promises to be "a trashy tour of dyke-a-licious drama, torrid tranny tales, and fag-tastic fluff." 911 Media Arts Center, 117 Yale Ave N, 682-6552, 8 pm, $6 for 911/TPS members, $8 for general public.
QUEER EYES: AN EXHIBIT OF GAY PHOTOGRAPHERS
Local artists display photographs that examine what it means to be queer in today's world, with classic studies of the male nude to documentary images of recent rallies for gay marriage. Opening reception Fri June 25, 7-11 pm. Studio D, 1417 10th Ave, www.imagecollective.org, through Sun June 27, free.
SEATTLE PRIDE FESTIVAL
Volunteer park hosts an all-day Pride festival featuring live music by Westward Expansion, Laguna, plus guest DJs and speakers. Gay Bingo begins at 6:30 pm, and a screening of Nine to Five (starring Dolly Parton) starts at 9 pm. Volunteer Park, 1247 15th Ave E, www.seattlepride.org, noon, free.
WORK IT! PRIDE FILM FEST
This year's second annual Out Front Labor/Pride at Work Pride Film Fest features the films Hope Along the Wind: The Life of Harry Hay (1 pm), A Swiss Rebel: Annemarie Schwarzenbach (2:15 pm), and From Bedside to Bargaining Table (3:20 pm). The festival is coproduced with Three Dollar Bill Cinema. Seattle Asian Art Museum, 1247 15th Ave E, www.prideatwork.org, 1 pm, free.
SEATTLE DYKE MARCH
The rally--featuring the Queen Bees, Derivative Duo, and guests speakers including Alma Rosa, Morgan Ahern, and Marla S. Nonken--starts at 5:30 pm at SCCC's South Plaza. The march will begin at 7 pm. Afterward, the Pride celebration continues with the Sistah2Sistah Gala Dance at the Rainier Yacht Club (9094 Seward Park Ave S) starting at 9 pm. Tickets are $30 each or $55 for couples and evening attire is requested. SCCC South Plaza, Broadway Ave and E Pine St, 722-6850, www.seattledykemarch.com, 5:30 pm, free.
SEATTLE PRIDE MARCH 2004
This year's Pride March begins at 11 am at the corner of Broadway Ave and E Pike St and will end at Volunteer Park for the rally and festival. Sunday's festivities include music by Crystal Waters, and guest speaker Cheryl Jacques. A complete Pride schedule is available at www.seattlepride.org. Volunteer Park, 1247 15th Ave E, noon, free.