December 1, 2016

World AIDS Day

wad-cover-photo-facebook-2016Join with others in remembrance of those who have died and in support of those who are living with HIV or AIDS. Gather to raise awareness and explore ways we can work together to end the epidemic once and for all.

Olympia Event – Join us in Olympia for a free community gathering and potluck lunch. Bring a dish to share if you can, soup and salads will be provided. All are welcome, no need to RSVP. We’ll come together as a community to share in a meal and reflect on the lives of those we’ve lost.


PCAF Olympia Office

317 4th Ave E, Olympia

Tacoma Event – Join us in Tacoma for a free, community event. This is an opportunity to come together as a community and remember those who’ve died, show support for those living with HIV, and explore ways we can work together to end the epidemic once and for all.


Washington State History Museum

1911 Pacific Ave, Tacoma

  • Featured speaker and PCAF Executive Director, Erick Seelbach
  • “Butterfly Knots” a community art project – as butterflies are a symbol of transformation, we use on World AIDS Day as a reminder that out of change, loss, and death comes new life.
  • Special presentation by Gig Harbor High School APEX students
  • Monologue by PCAF’s Black Girl Magical
  • Altar by El Batallón Unido, a program of PCAF for LGBTQ Latinx people
  • Opportunity to enjoy the current exhibits on display at the museum after the event wraps up (7:30-9:00pm)
  • ASL interpretation services available
  • Parking & Directions (event guests can pay the  minimum rate of $4 for 2-hours but can remain parked throughout the evening with no further charges)