Every few months PS OLOC hosts a fun event for members such as an ice cream social, a showing of a particularly noteworthy movie or other event. More frequently, local groups get together for lunch, dinner, games, book discussions and such. All old lesbians are welcome at any PSOLOC activity.

Event Calendar

Recurring Events

South Sound PS OLOC

south Lunch Bunch: Second Tuesday of each month, 11:30 A.M. A gathering of eight to 38 old lesbians for lunch, conversations, introductions, and announcements.
Locations: Varying between Lakewood/ S. Tacoma / University Place area.

PS OLOC North (Seattle)

north Monthly Book Club Event: Book Club meets on Tuesday afternoons once a month. Specific dates are currently in flux.
Location: Couth Buzzard Books, 8310 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle WA 98103
Monthly Dinner: Seattle dinners are held on the third Thursday of each month at 6:30 P.M.
Location: The location alternates between north and South end of Seattle.

PS OLOC West (Kitsap)

west First and Third Thursday: Lunch, bbq, video and discussion, or cards and games
Annual Thanksgiving: Dinner with your PS OLOC-West family
Location: Olalla


PS OLOC reaches out to find old lesbians within and beyond the Puget Sound area via various mechanisms, relying heavily on word of mouth, collaborative efforts with allied organizations, sponsorship of events, and more.

The Be Not Alone Project
Our efforts to reach isolated, “invisible” old lesbians in senior centers/housing, and retirement communities where the terms “lesbian” AND “old” are seldom welcome at the dinner table. Our outreach enables “out” lesbians to go to senior sites, join in on line dancing or pinochle, talk with seniors and directors, work to “buddy” with relatively closeted lesbians and welcome them- and their encouraging allies, possibly transporting them–into our community.

Outreach to other regions and OLOC chapters
PS OLOC focused on outreach to central and eastern Washington by our Across the Mountains (ATM) event in May, 2015. We enjoyed a glorious sunny day-long boat cruise on Lake Chelan, WA. Then we gathered to meet other regional women the following day in Wenatchee, WA. Mechanisms used for our outreach were email and phone contacts with Area Agencies on Aging, Women’s and Gender Studies programs, PFLAG chapters, UU and MCC churches, LC Contact Dykes, and