FREE Community Event

Saturday June 8, 2024 - 12-5pm - Wilmot Gateway Park

Interested in Vending or performing?

If you are interested in having a Vendor Booth at Woodinville Pride or in showcasing your talents, please read the Vendor & Performer Policy {link below) and then click on the application that you'd like to submit.  We will review all applications and reach out via email. 

Interested in Sponsoring or Donating?

ABOUT

The first annual Woodinvlle Pride took place at DeYoung Park in 2022.  Local residents had a vision of seeing more LGBTQIA+ events on the Eastside for those less willing (or unable) to attend larger events in the city. We believe that our youth need more smaller, family-oriented, safe & inclusive events closer to home to show the types of resources available to the queer community and that local LGBTQIA+ artists, crafters, performers, creators, etc. deserve more opportunites to showcase their talents in an inclusive, safe space.

Vendors

Sir Lonebuck's Comics & Geekery 


Sir Lonebuck’s House of Comics & Geekery is a boutique pop culture experience, offering curated comic books, graphic novels, local art, Funko Pops, figures, a kid's section, magnets, horror novels, greeting cards, handmade bags and baskets, geeky novelty gifts, decals, retro lunch boxes, gift cards, and more!  Visit our Woodinville location 7 days per week! LGBTQ+ Owned and Operated.


Catalyst Counseling 



Catalyst Counseling empowers individuals, couples, and families. Using clinically tested and evidenced-based interventions, we help people identify and achieve their goals. We endorse a strength-based, holistic approach, and our work is grounded in the principles of liberation and cultural humility.


Pride Across the Bridge 

Pride Across the Bridge is a redmond-based non-profit that serves the 2SLGBTQIA+ community of King county. Through sharing vetted Eastside specific resources like The Big Book of All Things Queer to hosting special, weekly, monthly and annual events, we connect and uplift or queer community close to home! We have a directory of Eastside Queer-Owned Businesses and Talent to showcase the incredible work our community does, and offer opportunities for advocacy and having our voice be at local decision-making tables.


Gabby's Face Painting


Stop by and get your face painted or a cool little tattoo... at no cost for attendees.  


Wolfberry Studio


The Queer Lore Project from Wolfberry Studio explores 2SLGBTQIA+ history and folklore through a non-Eurocentric lens. Affirming and elevating the intersection of non-European cultures and LGBTQIA+ identities is something of personal significance to Wolfberry as a queer person of color.  Wolfberry Studio is also an illustrator who creates fantasy and scifi art prints centering BIPOC characters under their "Dreaming in a Different Hue" product line.


Oh My Heart Handmade Gifts


Oh My Heart Handmade Gifts creates unique hand sewn bags. Specializing in items working to eliminate single use plastic with reusable and washable bags! A core value for Oh My Heart Handmade Gifts is creating high quality products with eco-friendly and sustainable materials such as cork, cotton, cactus “leather”, grape “leather” and up-cycled materials. 


Arise005


A young local eclectic artist who is very multi-faceted with her creativity! She loves creating art, and loves sharing her art. You can check out what she will have to offer on her Etsy shop.

Blue Streak Knits


Blue Streak Knits was created from the passion of knitting during the COVID-19 lockdown. Morgan, a member of the 2SLGBTQIA* community, looks forward to dressing their fellow community members in style!

The Village Witch


Lowkie is a non-binary witch practicing for over 20 years. Their goal is to serve the community with their craft offering Oracle card readings, spell candles, crystals, spell jars, smoke cleansing wands, and other witchy goodies!

ZoomCare


ZoomCare’s vision is to “make healthcare easy”.  Their primary giving strategy is achieved through their Free Night program in both the Seattle and Portland Market.  They strongly believe that ALL people should have access to innovative, high-quality and convenient healthcare without cost as a barrier.

Ames Makes Art & Skeletonkey13


Ames Makes Art's stickers offer a rebellious twist, infusing the rural queer narrative with a touch of anarchy. With bold designs and a subversive spirit, these stickers challenge norms and ignite conversations about freedom, equality, and self-expression.

Skeletonkey13 crafts nerdy and delightful dice sets, trinkets and jewelry for tabletop adventurers!


EvergreenHealth



EvergreenHealth, "Your Community-Owned Hospital" is joining us for the second year as both a vendor and a sponsor.  They will have branded items to give away plus lots of good information about the services they offer!


Make Apothecary


MAKE Apothecary is committed to bringing & sharing creative experiences with Bothell and the surrounding communities. They offer workshops with local artists and MAKE owner, Emily Brown. Classes include watercolor, embroidery, DIY wreaths, printmaking, and more. They also carry DIY creative projects such as embroidery kits, bookbinding, hand sewing projects, bath & body products, candle making kits and more. 

San Miguel Art


A fine artist based in Redmond, working primarily in oils, but also acrylic, gouache, digital, and mixed media. Their work covers a wide variety of topics, from surrealist paintings to traditional figurative art, to portraits and landscapes.  

Crisis Connections


A local non-profit providing mental health crisis support and resources through our many phone and text programs. We serve as a resource to many 2SLGBTQIA+ individuals as they navigate various issues, including teenagers seeking peer support.

Woodinville Repertory Theatre


Their current show, Act A Lady is a lively exploration of gender and queerness.

Here is a statementfrom director, Scott Dittman, about "Act A Lady"


""Act A Lady" by Jordan Harrison, serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of diversity and inclusion, not only on stage but in all facets of life. This production is a testament to the strength found in embracing one's identity and the beauty of human diversity. Through the lens of a small-town 1920s community attempting a daring theatrical experiment, we invite our audience to reflect on their perceptions of
gender, identity, and performance. It is my hope that this play will inspire conversations, challenge prejudices, and contribute to a more inclusive and understanding society."

-Scott Dittman


Little Bright Sun



“Little Bright Sun” pours all of her passion into creating handcrafted kids' dresses/leggings/hair clips and many more…. With three years of experience, each piece made is infused with love and care, ensuring that everyone feels special and unique. Welcome to my world of creativity and craftsmanship!


Smith Brothers Farms


Smith Brothers Farms, is a family-owned dairy and home delivery service. For more than 100 years, we’ve provided the freshest milk and locally inspired specialties from Northwest artisans to front porches up and down the Puget Sound. We love helping out families have more time to spend with family and friends.

FaerieClayWorks


Faerieclayworks is a queer and autistic owned business that focuses on nostalgia. Our mission is to provide joy to as many people as possible, providing cute products along the way! Please follow us on instagram, tiktok and etsy.

Free Mom Hugs


Free Mom Hugs is a 501(c)3 organization founded by Sara Cunningham that empowers the world to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community through visibility, education and conversation. They'll be joining us with Hugs, Support & Love! 

Howling Mad Creations



Howling Mad Creations is a local small business making and selling a large variety of handmade pet products! Items include their best selling self-heating pet beds, fun pet bandanas, cat toys, warm dog coats, adorable pet bow ties and flowers, memorial ornaments and more!


Leeza Bee Photography


Leeza and her 16-yr-old son offer Pride-themed photo edits, nature photography, canvas, cards, stickers, prints, magnets, and LGBTQIA2S+ artwork.  Check out their work! @LeezaBeePhoto on social media!

Lambert House


Lambert House is a safe place for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth ages 10-22. They offer fun activities, dinners, support groups, planning meetings, dances, and other events. They're also hostimg an LGBTQ Arts and Crafts workshop in Woodinville in July!

Agudak Co-Op


Iñupiaq and Jamestown S’klallam artisanal offerings! Beader Sanatu and Leatherworker Olivia bring you fun adornments and accessories such as beaded jewelry, leather crafts & maybe wild-crafted items like salves, teas & tinctures

Food & Beverages

La Riviera Maya 


This amazing Mexican/Central America Food Truck is a legend in Woodinville and they'll be joining us again this year!


Swanky Scoop


Woodinville's own Artisan Ice Cream Store will be joining us this year with their ice cream cart.  They offer rotating flavors that include both dairy and dairy-free options!


EVENT SCHEDULE

MC:  Brandi Gordon

Brandi was born & raised locally, in Redmond. She was a 3-sport athlete in high school and went on to play softball and study at the University of the Pacific before she earned her Master's degree at Seattle University. She has four children and a fiance, Alexandra. After a pivotal year in her life, and a desire to be of service & foster relationships, she felt as though there was no better time to begin her career in Real Estate. Brandi is drawn to music, dancing, hiking, sharing meals and connecting with people. If you have any need for buying, selling, investing or simply have a question about the market, please reach out to this queer agent!

Speakers:  12:30-12:50pm

Tanya Milbrodt
Tanya is a Woodinville resident with an LGBTQ Teen.  When her daughter came out a few years ago they wanted to go to a small, local Pride event and found that there were not as many on the Eastside as they expected.  Inspired by her love for her daughter (and the LGBTQ community) the idea for Woodinville Pride was born!  Tanya works closely with a committee to plan this event and looks forward to years of growth & love to be shared in Woodinville.


Heidi Schauble
Heidi Schauble is a Queer Woodinville Resident, social justice advocate and local community organizer. She graduated from UW Bothell with a Masters in Policy Studies and admins the Woodinville Social Justice Connection group and public page as well as serving on the Woodinville Pride Planning Committee.


Open Mic Opportunity:
As we did last year, we would like to create a space for members of the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as family members, advocates and allies to speak.  If you have something to share or would like to have your voice heard, please approach the stage and let the MC know you would like to speak.  We may have a few questions to discourage potential hecklers, as hate speech will NOT be tolerated at our event.

Performers:  12:50-5:00pm

To Be Announced....




Organized By:

Tanya Milbrodt

LGBTQIA+ Mom, Ally & Scentsy Consultant

DJ Non-Prophet

Woodinville Social Justice Connection

and the Woodinville Pride Planning Committee

 T-Shirt & Marketing items provided by:

 SPONSORS

These companies have chosen to support Woodinville Pride and help make Woodinville known for being a safe and inclusive place.  THANK YOU!  We could not put on this FREE community event without their support, so please patronize their establishments and make sure to say "Thank you for supporting Woodinville Pride" when you're there!

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