Capitol Hill’s Out Watch anti-hate crime citizen patrol meets — Plus: ‘A History of Queering up the Hill’

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(Image: Q Safety Patrol Facebook page)

The effort to create a new era version of the legendary Q-Patrol needs volunteers to get involved.

Wednesday night, the group is gathering with organizer and local business owner Jennifer Dietrich at her E Pike salon to talk about Out Watch:

Out Watch general information meeting
We will be having a meeting to discuss details about the Out Watch patrols, and hopefully get some good dialogue going about how we can best protect the streets of Capitol Hill. If you’re concerned about the skyrocketing crime rate in Capitol Hill, please attend, and please do what you can to help.

7:30 PM
617 E. Pike St

MOHAI Revealing Queer walking tour
2002.46.598.1The Museum of History & Industry is hosting two sessions of its Revealing Queer walking tours with a trip in time across Capitol Hill:

Discover Capitol Hill’s LGBTQ community organizations and legendary bars, and engage in stories and discussion. MOHAI’s guides will explore through various viewpoints the issues and challenges facing present and past Seattle queers.

Date & Time:
Saturdays May 17 and June 21, 12 – 2 PM
Meet at: Fountain at Cal Anderson Park, Capitol Hill
Cost: MOHAI Members $20; General $25
Note: Must be 21+ to attend.

You can purchase the $25 tickets by clicking the linked dates above.

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