Qvap Drag For Rice

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Qvap Drag For Rice
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Qvap Drag For Rice says
Join the Queer Vision Access Project for a spectacular drag show hosted by the fabulous Atasha Manila & music by RY.

Tickets $20 presale/$25 at door (cash preferred)
Student and Low-income discounted price: $15 presale
Buy tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/drag-for-rice-tickets-25385600013
For anyone who can't afford the discount price, we have a limited number of sponsored tickets available. Contact Lindsey Chen for more info.

All proceeds will go to Asian Counseling and Referral Service's Food Bank for Walk for Rice.

Doors open at 6:30 pm
Show begins at 7:30 pm

Performances by:
Atasha Manila
Ms. Ryannah Doll
ACRS Staff
Cannabliss Majesty
Victoria Victor
Whispurr Water-Shadow
Deb Leigh Nightshade
Tanya Manila Rachinee
Voodoo Fair
Lady Sahara

Accessibility Info:
-Ages 21+
-Access to ramp at entrance and elevator available.
-Food and drink available for purchase.
-Not scent free - please minimize use of heavy perfumes/cologne if possible.
-Gender neutral bathroom available.
-Street parking is free, but usually crowded. Carpooling and public transportation is recommended.
-Message delaneyk@acrs.org for language or other accesibility needs

About the food bank:
The ACRS Food Bank is the one of the most visited food banks in King County, and the only one in the state that regularly provides foods that are familiar to the Asian and Pacific Islander (AAPI) diet. Each year, more than 5,136 people rely on our food bank and nutrition programs to have enough to eat. Neary 70% of our clients are children under 18 years or seniors the average age of 73 years old. Most come from low-income, AAPI households. Our food bank is located in Seattleā€™s Chinatown International District and provides items like rice, tofu, noodles, fish and fresh produce. Our goal is to help clients lead healthy lives by providing them with nutritious food.

About Queer Vision Access Project:
Queer Vision Access Project (QVAP) is a collective of ACRS staff, interns and volunteers who are dedicated to understanding and promoting racial equity and the well-being of LGBTQ+ Asian American Pacific Islanders by creating a loving and safe environment.

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