Presented in partnership with The Seattle Public Library and Vanishing Seattle.
In the face of rapid redevelopment, how do we save the places that anchor Seattle’s LGBTQ communities but may lack the architectural significance typically required for landmarking? A panel of preservationists, small business owners, and activists will discuss important community places and the challenges we face in making preservation more inclusive.
Cost: Free! Advanced registration appreciated.
Photo: Seattle’s first openly gay bar was Shelly’s Leg in Pioneer Square (1973-77). Credit: MOHAI.