An orange-red flyer with a silver microphone taking up the bottom right corner. At the top in bold white letters it reads “BE HEARD. IN COMMUNITY”. Below is the rainbow Seattle Dyke March logo on a white background, followed by the word “HOSTS”. The flyer text reads: “AN OPEN MIC. Sharing Queer grief, resilience, rage, joy, and love. Wildrose. Dec 14, 2022. 7-9pm. Sign ups at 6:30pm.” At the bottom of the flyer is the rainbow Club Q logo on a white background.

Open Mic Night

Join us in sharing queer grief, resilience, rage, joy, and love through an open mic night at the Wildrose Bar. 

Wednesday, December 14th from 7-9pm. Sign-ups for open mic slots (~5 minutes) will open at 6:30pm. 

Queer bars and clubs are a refuge for our community and we are heartbroken and angered by the recent attack on Club Q in Colorado Springs. This Open Mic Night is an opportunity for people to come together, to return to that sense of refuge, and express themselves through poetry, music, prose, and performances. 

As we remember and honor those injured and taken from us in the Club Q shooting, we will share direct links to verified funds in support of both the survivors and families of victims. 

Open Mic Details: 

Slots will be ~5 minutes long; a “1 minute” reminder sign will be shown to assist with time tracking. 

Covers and readings of non-original work are welcome. 

We will have a sound engineer, with setup for multiple microphones and stands. There are no guitar amps or plug-ins. 

Accessibility Details: 

The Wildrose Bar has an accessible entrance.

We are working to secure ASL interpreters for this event and encourage anyone signing up to bring copies of their lyrics/poetry/scripts, etc for interpreting purposes. 


Masks will be required at this Open Mic, except when actively drinking or during a performers slot (when they will be separated from the audience). We will have masks available and will provide reminders throughout the evening for attendees to continue masking.

The Wildrose Bar encourages but does not require masking. This means attendees will likely be exposed to unmasked patrons in other portions of the bar. 

We will also be hosting a virtual open mic night via zoom on Thursday, December 15th from 7-9pm. Register at for the link. 

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An orange-red flyer with a silver microphone taking up the bottom right corner. At the top in bold white letters it reads “BE HEARD. IN COMMUNITY”. Below is the rainbow Seattle Dyke March logo on a white background, followed by the word “HOSTS”. The flyer text reads: “AN OPEN MIC. Sharing Queer grief, resilience, rage, joy, and love. Wildrose. Dec 14, 2022. 7-9pm. Sign ups at 6:30pm.” At the bottom of the flyer is the rainbow Club Q logo on a white background.

Sapphic Soiree & Maybe Someday

Join the Seattle Dyke March and Seattle Queer Film Festival for a night of Sapphic fun as we co-present a Sapphic Soiree and the film: Maybe Someday.



Join us for a Sapphic meetup at WildRose prior to our screening of Maybe Someday! Dancing, music, drinks, and sapphics will be abundant!
This is a free event. Tickets for the film are not included.



Michelle Ehlen (writer, director, and star of MAYBE SOMEDAY) comes back to SQFF (HETEROSEXUAL JILL and S&M SALLY) with a drama about love, friendship, and finding yourself after a breakup. Jay is moving to LA after separating from her wife. Along the way she stops to visit her high school best friend Jess, who she used to be secretly in love with, and ends up staying for a while to sort her life out. As she settles in to her new life, she meets Tommy, an amateur standup comedian who becomes her new gay best friend as they bond over comedy and life’s hard knocks. Ehlen brings a hopeful and entertaining story about self-realization and getting through the hard times, reminding us that we really do get by with a little help from our chosen family!

Purchase film tickets here:

Discounted tickets available for community members in need – please reach out to for the discount code!

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2022 Seattle Dyke March

The 2022 Dyke March will be an in-person event!

We are so excited to come together as a community in our usual space again. To celebrate the incredible talent and leadership in our community through speakers and performers who will inspire us at our Rally. To fill the streets of Capitol Hill with queer women, dyke-identified people, and all of the people who love us. The last few years have reinforced just how important community is, how we have to rely on each other, and reminded us that none of us can be truly free until we are all free. That we have to fight the good fight, but we must always combine that with celebration. We need to fight for each other and recharge with one another. 

We cannot wait for the 2022 Seattle Dyke March where we will highlight organizations and individuals doing the hard work and dance, sing along, move and be connected through the incredible artists and performers in our community. Join us on June 25, 2022 to fight, celebrate, and march!


Interested in being on our stage? Fill out our Performer & Speaker Application HERE

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Virtual Watch Party: Les(bi)an Queer Shorts

Join the Seattle Dyke March for a Virtual Watch Party of the Les(bi)an Queer Story Month-Shorts Program with Three Dollar Bill Cinema on March 11 @ 7PM. 


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Celebrate Les(bi)an Queer-Story Month with us! We will have a viewing party on Friday, March 11, at 7pm. We’ll have a little time for some intros and a break after a couple films to chat with each other.

If you cannot make the viewing party, you can still enjoy the films – they will be available to stream March 10-18th throughout the U.S. You will have 72 hours to finish a film once you have started it (including if you start on the last day!).

This is a sliding scale event, so you get to choose your price! If you are able to pay a higher amount, this helps cover the cost of offering lower priced tickets.

Additionally, 15% of proceeds from this program will go to TWOC Solidarity Network! A series of shorts showcasing the vast spectrums of lesbian love and identity.


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Valentine’s Happy Hour

The Dyke March invites you to join us for a virtual Valentine’s Happy Hour on February 13th! Singles and partnered are welcome alike, this is a social event not a dating event. We’ll celebrate the holiday in a safe and accessible way, while still enjoying activities like Dyke March trivia, a sneak peak at our monthly advice column, and the opportunity to mingle with other queer folks!

RSVP to receive the zoom link.

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An Autumn Affair

The Seattle Dyke March invites you to an evening of autumnal fun to meet and mingle with other queer women and dyke-identified people across the gender spectrum. Spend time with friends, make new connections, explore possibilities, maybe even FALL in love. You are welcome to come solo or with friends!!

The Seattle Dyke March will facilitate connection through mixing activities, a mask contest, little nibbles, one free signature cocktail, and plenty of opportunities to mingle. Tin Table’s full bar will also be open. Event is 21+.  

For each participant, we will be providing special calling cards to share your preferred contact information in a low key way throughout the evening. When you RSVP you  will provide your preferred method of sharing your contact information – social media, email, phone number, etc.

Buy your tickets now at:

The excitement begins at 4:00. Facilitated mixing activities will start at 4:45/5:00. Socializing with an open bar continue until 7:00

Proof of vaccination and masks required. 

For more information, view our event guide at or contact