Fourth Corner Pride Festival in July
In 2018, weekend of of July 15. Said to be second largest in Washington State after Seattle's Pride Festival.
Betty Desire & The Betty Pages
The Betty Pages is a monthly print publication distributed around Bellingham. Said to be Bellingham's largest alternative lifestyle tabloid. Betty Desire is famous for her local humor and Drag shows Sunday evenings at 8pm in Rumor's Cabaret, Bellingham. Usually live streamed on Facebook. The Betty Pages is available at Rumors, Village Books and many other places. Mailing address: Betty Pages, PO box 2724, Bellingham, WA. 98227.
A local chapter for parents, family and friends of gay people as well as gay people, themselves, who want to get involved. Support/education meeting the first Sunday of each month, 5-7 p.m. in the Community Room next to the Coop Bakery on Holly St. More information about P-FLAG visit their website, or phone 360-255-3408. Write to: PO Box 28704; Bellingham, WA. 98228-0704. See some images, videos, information about the Yearly Fourth Corner Pride Festival. Whatcom PFLAG on Facebook.
Join us for Monthly Support Meetings Located at: Skagit Valley Food Co-op Bldg. Room 309 202 S. 1st. St. Mount Vernon, WA 98273 7:00-8:30 PM the second Monday of each month. Also ask about the FAB 5 youth program (14-19) meets twice monthly for support and education. Phone: 360-856-4676
National PFLAG web site
Bellingham Sex Positive Center
Promotes the discovery and enjoyment of our personal desires. We offer a diverse calendar of events in order to provide education and to activate conversation and exploration of open, consensual, and safe gratification. The BSPC is an inclusive, all-embracing venue that is available to adults who are open-minded and interested in exploring the innumerable aspects of non-traditional relationships, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual expression. A meeting place for folks of many sexual orientations.
They also list their things on the Fet Life website. Look for The BSPC in Bellingham.
LGBTA at Western Washington University
The first openly gay organization in Bellingham that I am aware of. It is one of the first campus groups in the US. Started in 1969. Sponsored the first drag show to be held on a US. college campus in 1973. Mostly caters to students in their early 20s, but open to anyone. Has an office, discussion groups, provides speakers for classes, has an information library sponsors events such as educational films, lectures and art shows dealing with gay rights. Office is room 515 Viking Union, Western Washington University. Phone 360-650-6120.
CPNWS Gay and Lesbian History and Archives Project
The Center for Pacific Northwest Studies is pleased to announce the CPNWS Gay and Lesbian History and Archives Project. It is our belief that the history of the GLBT community in Bellingham and the surrounding area is diverse, unique, and important.
The Center actively: * Solicits archival material (photographs, documents, publications, posters, and other printed material). This material is cataloged and accessible to researchers through the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies. * Conducts Oral History Interviews. * Generates public programs, such as exhibits, workshops, and publications to disseminate the collective experience uncovered in the collecting process.
Center For Pacific Northwest Studies main site
If you are interested in sharing your memories of the local gay and lesbian community, or you wish to donate photographs, drawings, videos, publications, or other materials, please contact Center For Pacific Northwest Studies and ask about the GLBT Collection.
Center For Pacific Northwest Studies main site Some of the GLBT collections at the Center include: Gay and Lesbian Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection: Robert Ashworth collection on the Union of Sexual Minorities Center of Western Washington University, 1975-1984: Hands Off Washington Whatcom County Coalition Records: Motherlode Records.
PRIDE Club of Whatcom Community College
Aims to provide safe, inclusive areas for LGBTQ2IAAP+ students and allies; education within the group; and outreach to the campus community regarding LGBTQ2IAAP+ identities and experiences.
PRIDE Club works to be as inclusive of intersecting identities as possible and to foster an environment of inclusivity, education, awareness, and visibility.
Queer Youth Project
A safe and confidential weekly support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and ally 14-18 year olds.
WHAT - A support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, questioning youth and their allies WHERE - Call for location and meeting times
CONTACT US: Northwest Youth Services - 360.734-9862 NWYS Safe Home Hotline - 360.676-1022/800.456-1022 PFLAG helpline - 360.733-1500
Facilitated by Northwest Youth Services trained volunteers. A safe, confidential, supportive environment for sexual minority youth, youth with sexual minority parents, youth questioning their sexual orientation, and for youth allies. We all can manage so much better with a little support.
Safe Schools Coalition state wide web site
Evergreen Wellness Advocates
Support services and volunteer opportunities. Sponsors community events, fund raisers and work for AIDS prevention. Has branches in several counties. Bellingham offices at 115 Unity Street #302. Bellingham, WA. 98225 Phone 360-671-0703 or 800-249-2437
Whatcom County Health Department
Testing and so forth. Call or stop by for more information. 360-676-4593 or visit HIV/STD Program 1500 N. State #201, Bellingham.
Sean Humphery House
A 6 unit apartment complex for people living with AIDS in Bellingham. Phone 733-9357
Washington Gender Alliance
Center for Gender Sanity
Po box 30313, Bellingham, WA 98228 Transitions That Work is a consulting service for transsexuals who plan to transition on the job, their coworkers, and their employers. We offer help in planning a successful transition, guidance for employers dealing with transition issues, and diversity training about transsexualism. See our website for more information.
Out-Bellingham Meetup Group
We are a group of LGBTQ individuals of all ages, both recent arrivals and longtime residents, seeking to develop a deeper sense of community in Bellingham/Whatcom County. We host happy hours, picnics and other social outings. Join us if you seek a safe space to connect with folks of diverse identities.
WOW! Women of Whatcom
Creating and sharing events of interest to women in Whatcom County.... We need a central place where women can go to find out what's happening. WOW! Women of Whatcom has a calendar where events can be posted, and messages can be sent to the group to arrange new events, find rides to events, etc. Events aren't necessarily exclusively for women, but they are of particular interest to lesbian, bisexual, or straight women. Events are in Whatcom County or nearby (within an hour's drive or so).
North Sound Lesbians Meetup Group
We are a group of lesbians that live all over but mostly in the Whatcom/Skagit counties and Southern BC. We are a social group that gets together for potlucks, game nights, girls night out, camping, hiking, coffee, book clubs, motor cycle rides, dancing, volunteering, picnics, fishing and any other ways we can think of to socialize.
Whidbey Out and About
A Yahoo Group connecting community on Whidbey Island. In towns like Oak Harbor, Coupville, Langley and so forth.
Anacortes_LGBT Yahoo Group
A Yahoo group and web site for Anacortes area in Skagit County.
Gay Men’s Running and Walking Group
Join us at Lake Padden Every Sunday at 10:00AM We meet in the parking lot in front of the swimming area (west entrance) 4882 Samish Way in Bellingham Join us for a fun run or a leisurely walk around the lake. All GLBTQ friendly people are welcome. For more information contact Carl at 360 527-0711.
Bellingham Queer Hikers
An LGBTQ walking group in Bellingham. Promoting a positive, safe, and healthy social activity for LGBTQ people of all ages. More information on its Facebook page.