Inlaws & Outlaws Screenings

Seattle Public Library - Central Library
Seattle, WA

For Seattle Pride, Seattle Public Library hosts a community screening of the locally produced documentary Inlaws & Outlaws on Wednesday, June 19th, at 7 pm in the Central Library'sMicrosoft Auditorium in Downtown Seattle, WA. Like all library programs and events, this screening is free and open to the public. Tickets and reservations are not required.

Pete-e & JaneFollowing the film, filmmaker Drew Emery will lead an audience Q&A, joined by some of the film subjects, including Jane Abbot Lighty and Pete-e Petersen.

With the legalization of same-sex marriage in Washington last November, Lighty and Petersen were the first same-sex couple in the state to receive a marriage license. In a committed relationship for 35 years, photos of Pete-e and Jane receiving their license went viral, showing up on news channels all over the world. On December 9th, the first day of legal same-sex weddings, the couple were married in Benaroya Hall with an audience of 2,800 cheering them on. Their story is just one of several featured prominently in the film.

What: Seattle Public Library presents
Free Community Screenings
When:Wed, June 19th, 2013
7 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
Where: CentralLibrary
Microsoft Auditorium
1000 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
How: Free and open to all

Parking in the Central Library garage is $5 after 5 pm.

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  • We celebrate Seattle's diversity and strive to ensure that all people feel welcome in the Library. We strive to meet the needs and expectations of every Library patron. The Seattle Public Library actively supports efforts that combat prejudice, stereotyping and discr

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