In celebration of LGBTQ Month, Radical Women is showing the award-winning movie about an African-American lesbian teenager juggling conflicting identities, family and social expectations. An open discussion will follow the screening. $2 suggested door donation. New Freeway Hall, 5018 RainierAve. S. Information: (206) 722-6057 or www.RadicalWomen.org
Rare WWII planes Friday, June 22-Sunday, June 24 The Collings Foundation’s “Wings of Freedom Tour” flies into Seattle’s Boeing Field/King County International Airport, bringing with it the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress“Nine O Nine,” the Consolidated B-24 Liberator “Witchcraft” and the P-51 Bomber. WorldWar II veterans can tour the aircraft for free, and flight experiences are available. Information: (800) 568-8924
Seattle is the ninth stop in the U. S. National Archives’ national tour for this exhibit of photographs depicting past and present environmental conditions, including some of the nearly 2,000 new images that have submitted to the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency for this show. Discovery Park Learning Center, 3801 Discovery Park Blvd. Information: www.epa.gov/stateoftheenvironment
Dragon Boat Festival performance Saturday, June 23, 2:30-4:30 p. m.
The downtown Central Library will host an afternoon of traditional and modern Chinese songs, folk dances and poetry readings in celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival. Scheduled to perform are the Seattle Chinese Singing Club, the Seattle Chinese Huaxi Community Dance Group and China Opera Plum Blossom Award winner He Ling. Free. 1000 Fourth Ave., Level 1, Microsoft Auditorium. Information: (206) 684-0849
PROVAIL annual gallery show June 28-Aug. 31
More than 100 pieces created by artists with disabilities over the course of the year in free Art is NOT an Option! classes will be on display. A reception will take place from 5 to 8 p. m. June 28, from which proceeds will benefit the program. 12550 Aurora Ave. N. Information: www.artisnotanoption.wordpress.com
The Northwest Nikkei Museum presents this exhibit of arts and crafts created by Japanese Americans incarcerated in camps during World War II, in recognition of the 70th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066, which led to the mass removal and imprisonment of more than 110,000 people without trial. Japanese Cultural and Community Center ofWashington, 1414 S. Weller St. Information: www.jcccw.org/nwnikkeimuseum.html
A dozen writers will display their sitespecifi c pieces for an outdoor literary salon as part of the first installation of a special art series presented by ARTSparks in Pioneer Square’s Occidental Square. The park’s features will have plaques displaying short fiction and poetry that are meant to inspire people to “view common spaces with curiosity and mindfulness.” S. Main St. and OccidentalAve. S.