HUGE thanks to Autostraddle and Heather Hogan for this amazing write up about our upcoming A Slice of the Good Life virtual Gayla! You can read the article here.
Thanks to ThurstonTalk for this write up of our upcoming Gayla on April 10 (read the full article here)!:
“Our annual Gayla is one of our most anticipated events of the year,” says Jay Banks, executive director for Pizza Klatch. “It is a space where we can celebrate and come together with the community. Our youth get to be in a space where they can share their talents and the impact that Pizza Klatch has made on them. Adults in the community and business owners get to show their support for Pizza Klatch and the youth we serve…”
“Have Out of This World Fun at This Year’s Virtual Pizza Klatch Gayla,” ThurstonTalk.com, 3/23/21
Article about the 6th Annual Gayla in Thurston Talk! Read it here!
Thank you Zonta Club of Olympia for awarding Pizza Klatch with a generous grant fund for 2019!
This Sunday (March 17th) Pizza Klatch has partnered with local venue Le Voyeur as well as some really great bands for a night of music and community support! A percentage of the evening’s proceeds will go towards Pizza Klatch so you can enjoy some great music AND support the LGBTQ+ youth of Thurston County! Huge thanks to Le Voyeur and all the participating bands for this awesome partnership! The show is all ages and $5 at the door. See you Sunday at 7PM!
RAIN (Rainbow Alliance and Inclusion Network) has released their first newsletter of 2019 and included coverage of PK’s 2019 Gayla event! The RAIN business resource group exists to help Washington State create safe and inclusive workplaces where every LGBTQ+ employee can bring their full authentic self to work, enabling them to do their best work every day for the people of Washington. The group will provide resources and support to employees and the stakeholders serviced by state agencies. You can download a pdf of the newsletter here!
Introducing Pizza Klatch’s 2018 Slice of the Good Life Gayla feature performer: Mary Lambert
Mary Lambert is a two-time Grammy nominee, singer, songwriter, poet, activist and author, She is especially known for writing the chorus for Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ marriage-equality anthem “Same Love”. Lambert wrote from her vantage point of being both a Christian and a lesbian.
“She is just shimmering – each song is performing with emotion, performance and raw honesty. It’s quite rare to come across something this real, and when we do, it’s an absolute pleasure.”
Renowned for Sound by Helena Ho
Videos of Mary:
She Keeps Me Warm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhqH-r7Xj0E
MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – SAME LOVE feat. MARY LAMBERT (OFFICIAL VIDEO) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hlVBg7_08n0
Know your Name https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsc01-0V_QU
Hang Out with You https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Rz2-thDmuw
Tickets Available at www.washingtoncenter.org
Or Call the Washington Center for the Performing Arts Ticket Line at 360 753-8586
The First 125 Tickets Sold using the PROMO CODE:
gets $10 off the ticket price.
Adult, Student and Senior Prices Available.