Updated: Jun 18
Connect, be inspired and grow with Sans Bar Where You Are.
Join in on this one of a kind online experience as we recognize Pride Month and The Black Lives Matter Movement with festive vibes, alcohol-free fun and some of the most inspiring individuals around.
This evening of panel discussion, spoken word artistry and mocktails brings together the online community and leaders to discuss topics centered around inclusivity. Our second event is centered around the timely and important discussion about the LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities and the issues that disproportionately affect them. With our June 19th event date coinciding with Juneteenth, we will include conversation, performance and a look at activism around Pride and its intersectionality with the Black Lives Matter Movement as well as the integration of Black art as a way to celebrate a day that has been celebrated by the Black community for generations.
This event hosted on Zoom Friday, June 19th at 5:00pm PST and is free to all but please register here.
Looking to support Sans Bar during the COVID-19? Make a $25 donation and Receive a SANS BAR ZERO PROOF PRIDE COCKTAIL KIT to complete the experience! Kits can be ordered here.
For your donation, you will receive a Sans Bar Zero-Proof Cocktail Kit to make your own zero-proof cocktails to enjoy during the event. The evening’s signature mocktail will be mixed live so you can mix up your own with us.
Please note that kits must be ordered by June 10th to ensure delivery by the event date. In light of the challenges posed by COVID-19, we’ve adjusted our fulfillment center practices to complete online orders. We may encounter delayed shipping times. These delays are beyond our control and we appreciate your patience and understanding.
KIT CONTENTS: DRY Botanical Bubbly, Element Shrub, zero proof recipes, garnish, Zero-Proof Pride Playlist Coasters, Pride themed goodies and more!
The evenings panelists include... Moderator: Sharelle Klaus, CEO, DRY Soda Co.
• Chris Marshall, Founder of Sans Bar • Krystal Marx, Executive Director, Seattle Pride & Deputy Mayor, Burien
• Alexis Sanchez, Program Manager of The West Hollywood Project
• Astro Pittman, President, Queer Cooperative & GSBA Scholar, 2019-2021
Discussion and performances with...
• Maddy "MADlines" Clifford, MFA, Musician, Writer, Educator and Creative Powerhouse.
• Lashaunycee O'Cain, Advocated for Black, queer youth and Artist.
And more to be announced!
To register for this event please click here.