Seattle Prime Timers

For Mature Gay Men and their Friends

Calendar of Events

MATURE FRIENDS’ SHARED MAY 2019 Events

 

Wednesday Pinochle Group: May 1 and 15 at 7PM.  Good Shepherd Center.

4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103

John Beierle  jjb_bnc@hotmail.com

 

Greenlake Walk - Wednesday May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 at 11AM.  Rain or Shine.

We meet at the South West corner of the lake.  This is near to the boathouse.  This is NOT where you can rent boats.  We gather at the north end of the parking lot that is just north of the boathouse.

Don McKenzie 206-235-2844 or mckdon@comcast.net

 

Wednesday Bridge Group: May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 at 7PM.  The Good Shepherd Center. 

4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103

Ed Knappe 206-735-0254 ravennarookie@aol.com

 

Wednesday Lunch: May 2 and 22 at Noon

Roosters. Tex-Mex BBQ.  located at 611 Broadway East, just a couple of blocks from the Capitol Hill light rail station.

David Turner 801-201-0350 whitecamry2003@gmail.com

 

3rd Tuesday Dining Out-Dinner: May 21 at 6PM

Robb’s 125th St Grill, at 125th and Aurora.

Dan Lee 206-242-5173 dbearsea@sprynet.com

 

Book Club:  May 21 at 7:30 PM. We will be discussing Yuval Noah Harari’s Sapiens: a Brief History of Mankind.  For more information, contact Bruce Bigley at bigley43@gmail.com

 

1st Tuesday Dining Out-Dinner:  May 7 at 6:30PM, Palermo’s Capitol Hill, 350 15th Avenue East.

Mike Payne 206-295-4743 mpayneone@msn.com

 

Mature Friends Monthly Potluck:  May 18 at 6PM, The Good Shepherd Center. 

4649 Sunnyside Avenue Suite 140, Seattle, WA 98103 This is one week earlier than normal due to the Memorial Day holiday weekend.

 

Silent Movie Mondays:  May 6 for “A Man There Was” (1917)  7PM at the Paramount Theater.  Join us at 5PM for a pre-movie happy hour at the Blueacre Seafood, 1700-7th Avenue, Seattle. 

 

Seattle Transgender Film Festival: Sunday May 5 at noon at Gay City, 517 East Pike Street, Seattle.  Mature Friends will be co-presenting “Becoming Colleen” an Australian documentary about 85-year-old Colleen who is finally able to live her life as the woman she has always dreamt of becoming. 

 

Thursday May 2nd

7:00 PM

Coffee Reunion at Northgate Mall 401 NE Northgate Way, Seattle - Look for your friendly Prime Timers at a table in the Food court at the south end of the Mall – all are welcome!  Routes to/from the Northgate Transit Center:  26, 40, 41, 63, 67, 75, 303, 345, 346, 347, 348, 555, 556

Saturday May 4th

10:30 AM

AMcoffee - Coffee & Conversation group The Urban Bakery - 7850 East Green Lake Dr N, Seattle, WA 98103 [corner of Wallingford]. Baked goods, soups & sandwiches and espresso bar.  Please contact Frank at franka15@outlook.com or 206-693-3119.  Metro 26, 45

Thursday May 9th

2:00 PM

Cards at Ballard NW Senior Center 5429 32nd Ave NW — In the Arts & Crafts Room on the 2nd floor we will enjoy playing card games near the Locks [Hearts and/or Cribbage and/or Bridge depending on who shows up].  Beginners are welcome!  We go to have a light dinner together after the games.   Metro Routes 44 and 17X serve the Center.

Saturday May 11th

6:00 PM

Dining Out at Red House Beer & Wine Shoppe 12255 410 Burnett Ave S, Renton, WA 98057, hosted by Chairman Dave - See menu at https://redhousebeerandwine.com. RSVP by Thursday the 9th to Dave at 971-599-1739 or dave@koeger.com.

Saturday May 18th

2:00 PM

Monthly Potluck at Plymouth Church -- 1217 6th Ave, Seattle, WA [downtown between Seneca and University]. There is a $5/person door fee (please try to bring exact change) to help pay for the cost of the room. Please bring a dish that will serve eight or more to share.  Free parking is under the Church - enter off University [east of the IBM garage].  See https://plymouthchurchseattle.org/contact/ Enter via garage elevator and take elevator to 2nd floor, or front doors near Seneca on 6th – go to the south end.

Sunday May 19th

3:00 PM

Free Movie at Scarecrow Video - 5030 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle.  The private viewing room will accommodate 30 people.  The Celluloid Closet is a documentary of how Hollywood dealt with LGBT prior to the revision of the Production Code in 1990.  The film includes interviews and film clips describing the times back then as opposed to the openness we experience today.  Based on the book of the same name by Vito Russo.  Directed and written by Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman.  Released 1995/6; 1 hour 50 minutes.  RSVP your interest to Roger at: quinte223@icloud.com or 206-225-6703  Free to Mature Friends, Prime Timers and their guests.  Scarecrow has concessions available for purchase.  Metro 44, 45, 65, 67, 70, and 512.

 Saturday May 25th

6:00 PM

Ethnic Dining Out at Plenty of Clouds 1550 15th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 - Hosted by Jim -- See menu at www.plentyofclouds.com RSVP by Thursday the 23rd to 425-345-2161 or holt.jr.holt@gmail.com - Plenty of Clouds is a relatively new restaurant preparing skillfully interpreted Sichuan and Yunnan provincial Chinese cuisines.  They will work with you to meet your particular preference for level of spiciness.   As with most Chinese dinners, family style works well, and I encourage you to be willing to share tastes of your selection in exchange for tastes of other's orders.   Be willing to be curious!  Parking on street - it's crowded in this neighborhood, so allow a little extra time.   #11 Bus stops on Pine.   Note: There is a 20% gratuity on all orders.

Sunday May 26th

1:30 PM

Seattle Prime Timers Rap Group at GenPRIDE *NEW LOCATION* 401 Broadway E #223, Seattle, WA 98102 [above the QFC in the Broadway Market].

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