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Washington: Free, Cheap & Easy Things To Do This Weekend

Lisa Prank, Rainier Beer’s R Day, and More $10-and-Under Events

Local riff-rockers Wild Powwers, pictured here shotgunning a tried-and-true Northwest standby, are clearly ready for their set at Rainier Beer’s rowdy mini-fest
R Day in Georgetown this Saturday.

Wild Powwers via Facebook

Panicking because you don’t know what to do this weekend and you’re short on cash? Don’t worry—below, find all of your options for last-minute entertainment that won’t cost more than $10, ranging from a free in-store performance with Lisa Prank to the Seattle Japanese Garden’s Maple Festival, and from the Inscape Open House to CroatiaFest. For even more options, check out our complete EverOut Things To Do calendar and our list of cheap & easy things to do in Seattle all year long.

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  1. Robert Williams Mr. Bitchin’: Film Screening & Discussion
    Watch a documentary about the artist Robert Williams on the occasion of the opening of his exhibition entitled The Father of Exponential Imagination. Stay on for a Q&A with filmmaker Nancye Ferguson and Williams himself.
    (Bellevue, free)FOOD & DRINK
  2. Halloween Themed Drink Tasting Event
    Taste witchy cocktails and snag recipes to use for a Halloween party the Sanderson sisters would approve of.
    (Downtown, $5)MUSIC
  3. Animal|Inside, Alexis Donn
    Sway to moody downtempo trip-hop from local duo Animal|Inside, plus heavy dance beats from Alexis Donn.
    (West Seattle, $8)
  4. Designer Disguise, Tetrachromat, Immaterial, Enterra, Himiko Cloud
    Self-described “pop-influenced metalcore band” Designer Disguise will bring their heavy instrumentation to this show with Tetrachromat, Immaterial, Enterra, and Himiko Cloud.
    (Downtown, $10)
  5. Floral Tattoo, Rat Paws, Little Hero, Public Pool
    Spend the evening with local indie-rock and folk ensembles Floral Tattoo, Rat Paws, Little Hero, and Public Pool.
    (University District, $5)
  6. Foxhole Norman, No Guts, Hellgod, Heck Yes
    Seattle rock trio Foxhole Normal are moving on. They’ll play their very last show with extra loving support from noisy Bellingham rockers No Guts, HELLGOD, and Heck Yes.
    (University District, $7)
  7. Go Fetch, Jack McCain Trio, Tom Esch
    Seattle’s Go Fetch will head up this pop-rock bill with Tom Esch and the Jack McCain Trio.
    (Greenwood, $10)
  8. Lindstrom & The Limit, Thedrifterluke, Mind Of Joy
    Acoustic folk-rock outfit Lindstrom & the Limit will headline a night of mellow strums with Thedrifterluke and Mind Of Joy.
    (Fremont, $10)
  9. Lisa Prank Record Release In-Store!
    Everyone’s favorite soft punk, Lisa Prank, will play songs from her new album while you poke around for records at Easy Street.
    (West Seattle, free)
  10. Michele D’ Amour & The Love Dealers
    Enjoy “danceable blues with a touch of funk” from local group Michele D’ Amour & the Love Dealers.
    (Bellevue, free)
  11. Pop Secret: DJ Scene
    Seattle’s DJ Scene will headline this multi-genre dance party for all you musically indecisive party people. DJs Guy and Lourawk will provide additional support.
    (Capitol Hill, $10)
  12. ROCK and Roller Skate!
    Experience the old-school thrill of skating around a rink while local rock bands the Dee Dees, the Lucky Boys, and Mangy play live.
    (White Center, $10)
  13. Sir Ma’am Sir, Seaside Tryst, Bad Time Friend
    Local beachy folk-pop outfit Sir Ma’am Sir will play one last show before moving to Boston. Wave goodbye and enjoy additional sets from Seaside Tryst and Bad Time Friend.
    (Georgetown, $5/$10)
  14. Versing, Webdriver Torso, Donormaal
    Three very different Seattle stars will share a bill: indie-rockers Versing (dubbed “one of the city’s freshest rock bands” by Dave Segal), the postapocalyptic Webdriver Torso (who take their name from a “creepy Google-generated YouTube account,” as Jasmyne Keimig has mentioned), and genre-bending rapper DoNormaal (whose sophomore album Third Daughter “was like a ray of light beaming in from some other planet,” also per Keimig).
    (Pioneer Square, $8/$10)
  15. WilloW, Guests
    Local songwriter and composer Bob Lovelace (aka Willow) will play songs.
    (University District, $8)READINGS & TALKS
  16. La Sala presents: Siluetas De Ebano / Silhouettes of Ebony
    At this pop-up, Seattle-based artists Milvia Pacheco, Mirta Wymerszberg, and Leo Carmona will share a collective and multi-disciplinary body of work inspired by four black immigrant women from South America, Central America, and the Caribbean.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
  17. Paul Tough: Who Needs College
    The author of Helping Children Succeed, How Children Succeed, and other works will expand upon insights from his latest book, The Years That Matter Most, a study of teens on the brink of college life. In this book, he addresses several crucial questions: Is college an opportunity for advancement or a tool for the wealthy to preserve their status? How do administrators decide who gets into college, and what role does finance play in these choices?
    (First Hill, $5)
  18. Spencer Ellsworth: The Great Faerie Strike
    The beings of the Otherworld are thrown for a loop when a major magic goods corporation swoops in and starts firing beloved community members from their jobs. Things get weirder when the realm’s first investigative reporter witnesses a murder and gets drawn into a conspiracy within werewolf high society. Hear more from Spencer Ellsworth’s novel The Great Faerie Strike at this reading.
    (Lake Forest Park, free)
  19. Tamim Ansary: Invention of Yesterday
    Tamim Ansary, author of West of Kabul, East of New York and Destiny Disrupted: A History of the World Through Islamic Eyes, will share his extremely ambitious-sounding history of humanity from “vulnerable small groups to a planet-encompassing hive.”
    (Capitol Hill, free)SPORTS & RECREATION
  20. Seattle University Redhawks vs. Houston Baptist University Huskies
    The Seattle University Redhawks’ men’s soccer team will play the Houston Baptist University Huskies.
    (Capitol Hill, $10)VISUAL ART
  21. B-town Beat Art Walk
    Explore Burien’s art scene at various venues downtown. There will also be a poetry reading at the Phoenix Tea Shop.
    (Burien, free)
  22. UnWedged
    UnWedged is Pottery Northwest’s annual, national Juried Contemporary Ceramic Exhibition of artists from Canada and the US. This year’s juror is the renowned sculptor Tip Toland.
    (Seattle Center, free)
    Opening Friday
  23. West Seattle Fall Fashion Show
    West Seattle shops Lika Love, Carmilia’s, and Virago will partner up for a night of fashion, cocktails, and raffle prizes to benefit the local charity WestSide Baby.
    (West Seattle, $5)



  24. Delta Presents: The 17:00 Bar
    Beer lovers can take a trip around the world by tasting brews from Europe to Asia, knowing that proceeds will benefit great causes: USO Northwest, Habitat for Humanity Seattle, and Northwest Harvest. Participants will even get the chance to win flights to one of Delta’s featured destinations from Sea-Tac.
    (Capitol Hill, free)VISUAL ART
  25. Amanda Manitach: Mirrors
    Seattle artist and Stranger Genius Award nominee Amanda Manitach spends hours creating delicate graphite drawings, from which white capital letters call out at you against a smoky, sketched Victorian wallpaper background. “YOU ARE A MOTHERFUCKING STAR,” “XANAX HELPS,” and “CALM THE FUCK DOWN” are a few of the phrases you’ll find in Manitach’s work. For this show, the artist will be debuting new work in the same vein, but on mirrors. JASMYNE KEIMIG
    (South Lake Union, free)
    Closing Saturday
  26. Considering Others
    This group show about othering and isolation features work in fiber arts, paint, and clay by artists like Martha Shade, Phyllis Gorsen, Sandi Bransford, and others.
    (Downtown, free)
    Closing Saturday
  27. Jennifer McNeely: Bait
    These sculptures, which express themes of “feminine danger, power, and joy,” are viscerally disturbing, evoking mutilated organs and flesh bristling with nails. The artist says: “BAIT is a complicated love story. Trying to get our needs met without cutting off our own feet can be a lifelong journey. But like everything, BAIT contains a gift.”
    (West Seattle, free)
    Closing Saturday
  28. Nate Gowdy: The American Superhero
    Nate Gowdy, a Stranger contributor and a master at capturing telling glimpses of spontaneous human expressions, turns to studio portraiture in this exhibition about non-traditional American superheroes. Among those featured: drag queens Gaysha Starr and Aleksa Manila, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, Washington State Supreme Court Justice Mary Yu, and former Houston mayor Annise Parker. Gowdy’s exhibition is inspired by the “Sikh Captain America,” the performance artist Vishavjit Singh.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
    Closing Saturday



  29. Maple Festival | Momijigari 2019
    Maple trees abound in the tranquil gardens, so if your favorite thing about fall is the changing leaves, don’t miss your chance to walk the grounds. Plus, you can make nature-inspired crafts, go on a maple tree scavenger hunt, watch cultural performances, and attend tea ceremonies.
    (Madison Park, free-$8)VISUAL ART
  30. Close to Home
    Sanoe Stevenson-Egeland has chosen 12 intriguing local artists—among them Monyee Chau, Morgan Quick, and Lionel Vance—to create work about the concept of home.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
    Closing Sunday
  31. Henry
    See new work by Ryan Henry Ward—you know him as Henry, and he’s the muralist who has covered the walls of your city in goofy walruses and ostriches and fish and wizards.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
    Closing Sunday
  32. Rebecca Reeves and Danielle Schlunegger-Warner: Slipping Below
    In this East Coast/West Coast collaboration, Reeves and Schlunegger-Warner fashioned impressive (and appropriately ghostly) resin ships, which seem to contain atmosphere and oceans within their hulls, before splitting off to develop their own installations.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
    Closing Sunday



  33. Civic Saturday
    Eric Liu will host Civic Saturday, described as “a civic analogue to church”: a service that celebrates the American civic tradition through readings, songs, silent reflection, and a sermon by Liu himself.
    (Pioneer Square, free)
  34. Filipino American History Month Celebration 2019
    Join Filipino arts collective Kapatid Kollective for an afternoon of food, music, art vendors, and “BBQ vibes” for Filipino History Month. After sets from DJs Phenohype, Planet B, Rogue Pinay, Rylee Raw, and Sami, there will be an open mic.
    (West Seattle, free)
  35. The GREAT Debate
    Load up on snacks and settle in for three back-to-back debates with Seattle City Council candidates. This round features King County Council’s Larry Gosset and Girmay Zahilay, District 2’s Mark Solomon and Tammy Morales, and District 3’s Kshama Sawant and Egan Orion.
    (Columbia City, free)
  36. Seattle CityClub Debate: District 4
    District 4 City Council candidates  Shaun Scott and Alex Pedersen will debate.
    (University District, free)
  37. We The Future – Community Celebration
    Kick off the opening of the exhibition We the Future: Young Leaders of Social Change by enjoying live performances from climate justice advocate and hip-hop artist Xiuhtezcatl (who is featured in the exhibit), as well as other local youth musicians, poets, and artists. That Brown Girl Cooks will provide delicious nourishment.
    (Seattle Center, free)FESTIVALS
  38. Fall Art Festival
    Sip on pumpkin spice treats, let your kids play in the bounce house or make leaf prints, discover the Life-Size Drawing exhibition, experience an open critique session, and more at Gage Academy of Art’s fall party.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
  39. Fife Harvest Festival
    The Tacoma suburb of Fife hosts its own festival with arts and crafts, food, performances, and vendors to ring in the harvest season.
    (Fife, free)
  40. Seattle Urban Book Expo
    The Seattle Urban Book Expo is an opportunity for local black and brown authors to gather and to present their work to the community. Stop by to eat food, listen to some tunes, and chat with the writers about their work.
    (Atlantic, free)FOOD & DRINK
  41. 13th Annual Piper’s Orchard Festival of Fruit
    Take advantage of the PNW’s bountiful harvest season by taking an orchard tour, pressing your own apple juice, tasting heritage apples, checking out a mason bee display, and more.
    (North Seattle, free)
  42. The Big Cheese Event
    Taste dozens of cheeses made locally and shipped from afar and chat with cheesemongers. All specialty cheese will be 25% off.
    (Ballard, free)
  43. Rainier Beer’s R Day 2019
    Join Artist Home and the Georgetown Merchants Association for a celebration of a tried-and-true Northwest standby, Rainier Beer, with live music from Red Fang, Wild Powwers, and Chong the Nomad. They promise a rowdy community mini-fest with plenty of Rainier to drink. This event will also double as a benefit for the Georgetown Merchants Association.
    (Georgetown, free)
  44. Third Annual Fresh Hop Festival!
    Revel in a selection of over 40 fresh and wet hop Pacific Northwest beers, plus games, a food truck, and DJ ABV on the decks.
    (West Seattle)MUSIC
  45. Full Vinyl Jacket, X Halen
    Classic rock cover band Full Vinyl Jacket and Van Halen tribute X Halen will have you singing the oldies and playing air guitar all the way home.
    (Downtown, $10)
  46. Future Funktion III: A Night of Synthwave and Future Funk
    Fill that future-funk-shaped void in your life with a night of smooth and synthy tracks from DJs Big Boppa, Haelix, and RNDM CHLD.
    (Pioneer Square, $10)
  47. Haute Sauce: Swervewon, Gradeay, Z Luck, D Triple J
    Swervewon, Gradeay, Z Luck, and D Triple J will be your DJs at this edition of “Seattle’s home for hip-hop and dance music.”
    (Capitol Hill, $10)
  48. The Howling West, Crescent Valley, Counterproductive
    Journey to Tukwila for a night of “boot-thumping rock and roll” with the Howling West, Crescent Valley, and Counterproductive.
    (Tukwila, $7)
  49. Loudmotor, Tom Price Desert Classic, The F-Holes
    Local rockers Loudmotor, Tom Price Desert Classic, and the F-Holes will share a bill.
    (University District, $8)
  50. Plague Bearer, Dipygus, Skulls, Foul
    Get positively rowdy with Seattle and California metal bands Plague Bearer, Dipygus, Skulls, and Foul.
    (Pioneer Square, $8)
  51. Prom Queen DJ Set
    Doomy doo-wop band Prom Queen will take advantage of the vegan bar Life on Mars’ many turntables for a live DJ set.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
  52. Sinister Sounds Saturday: Live Theremin by Sam Wilder!
    Local musician Samantha Wilder will play the theremin (an electronic instrument controlled without physical contact) for you while you sip spooky drinks. You can even play some ditties yourself in a “theremin petting zoo.”
    (Ballard, free)
  53. Sundae Crush, Claire Morales, Reverse Death
    Local dream-pop sweethearts Sundae Crush will help you nurse your crush and/or breakup feelings with support from Claire Morales and Reverse Death.
    (Ballard, $8)
  54. WaterPenny, Champagne Honeybee, Claire Michelle
    Newly minted folk-rock trio WaterPenny will introduce themselves to the world (or at least West Seattle) with support from openers Champagne Honeybee and Claire Michelle.
    (West Seattle, $8)
  55. Wri-ette
    Join the women of Wri-ette (Zelda Starfire, Christa Porter, Killinsworth, Her etc., and Lady Krishna’s Cosmic Panties) for a night of music benefiting Planned Parenthood.
    (Everett, $8)PERFORMANCE
  56. Glam Rock: Flying Trapeze Shows
    Watch the School of Flight’s acrobats palm the trapezes to fling themselves through the air along to rousing glam-rock songs.
    (Georgetown, $10 suggested donation)
  57. Queer/Burlesque
    Enjoy classy queer burlesque by a rotating cast of sexy locals, always hosted by Lucy Lips, Joel Domenico, and DJ Nitty Gritty. New York’s Medianoche will make a special appearance at this extra-sultry anniversary edition.
    (Capitol Hill, $10)READINGS & TALKS
  58. Linda Bierds: The Hardy Tree
    Linda Bierds, whose poems have appeared in The Atlantic, The New Yorker, The Smithsonian, Poetry, and elsewhere, will read from her latest collection from Copper Canyon Press.
    (Wallingford, free)
  59. Nora Krug: Belonging
    Krug’s honest, fascinating graphic memoir, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for autobiography, originated when she became determined to revisit the mysteries of her childhood in Karlsruhe, Germany. How had her grandparents’ generation experienced the reign of the Nazis and World War II? Why did no one ever speak of the period? Belonging collages interviews, research, and personal reminiscence.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
  60. Paul Levy: The Quantum Revelation
    On its face, quantum physics doesn’t seem accessible enough to be relevant to the non-scientist. But as Portland author Paul Levy (and, more famously, Albert Einstein) has it, the scientific discovery that links the study of the universe with the study of consciousness is essential knowledge.
    (Lake Forest Park, free)
  61. Rose Alley Press Anthology Poets
    Celebrate the launch of Footbridge Above the Falls, the new poetry anthology from local publishers Rose Alley Press, at a group reading with contributors Rick Clark, Sharon Hashimoto, Michael Spence, Joannie Stangeland, and David D. Horowitz.
    (Downtown, free)
  62. Susanna Ryan: Seattle Walk Report
    Seattle Walk Report is exactly what it sounds like: reports of walks in Seattle. Popularized on Instagram (@seattlewalkreport), the project was started in 2017 by an anonymous illustrator (now known to be Susanna Ryan). Seattle Walk Report‘s 150-plus pages of twee, guidebook-style comics create an endearing collection of the small details that make Seattle a home. An abbreviated list of its findings: Churros. A scary teapot shaped like a sad dog. The Wedgwood Rock. A parking meter wearing a tie. The oldest building in Seattle (it’s by the Capitol Hill Goodwill). A ground-level mailbox in Georgetown (maybe a mailbox for dogs?!). A starfish AND a crab chilling on Alki Beach. The terra-cotta on a West Roy Street apartment building. One confident duck. CHASE BURNS
    (University District, free)
  63. Your Voice Matters!
    Writers at all stages of their works in progress can read in front of a supportive audience at this open mic. Cami Ostman of the Narrative Project will host.
    (Ravenna, free)SPORTS & RECREATION
  64. Monster Mash Dash 5k
    Have a graveyard smash in your Halloween costume at this family-friendly 5K dash.
    (Shoreline, $10)
  65. Tweed Ride Ballard 2019
    Don your finest tweeds and take a fall jaunt on your bicycle from the Ballard Bell Tower to Golden Gardens—where you’ll have tea—with the Ballard Historical Society. Bring your own cup and saucer.
    (Ballard, $10)VISUAL ART
  66. 6X6NW Art Exhibition
    If good things come in small packages, this exhibition of over 700 six-by-six-inch works of art will surely have plenty of gems for art lovers to peruse and/or purchase.
    (North of Seattle, $10)
  67. Artist Alley & Seattle Video Game Orchestra
    Check out handmade goods by local artists and bop around to live music by the Seattle Video Game Orchestra & Choir.
    (Chinatown-International District, free)
  68. Birds of the West
    Artist Molly Hashimoto captures nearly 100 Western bird species in quick sketches, pen-and-ink drawings, and detailed block prints. Watch her at work at this demo, which also has a hands-on component, and get a copy of the book signed.
    (Sodo, free)
  69. Inscape Open House
    The former U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service building was turned into artist studios. Now is your chance to peek inside Inscape and see what these 30+ artists working in “installation, painting, clothing design, jewelry, photography, ceramics” and more have been doing all this time, on all five floors. Be sure to stop in on Maggie Argiro and Sanwal Deen, the artists-in-residence, as they pay tribute to the dhaba, a term for a Punjabi roadside restaurant. Other events: the A.Oei Studio Fashion Show, Kara Mia Fenogliotto’s conceptual installation incorporating minimalist silk dresses, Haein Kang’s Wind from Nowhere‘s (“data-driven sound installation”), Jessica Bender’s Mediumship glasswork, and the Reclaimed Design Market.
    (Sodo, free)
  70. Property of Visibility: An Artist-led Discussion with Takahiro Yamamoto
    Using Carrie Yamaoka’s exhibition recto/verso as a springboard, this Portland-based choreographer and artist will read his own work and expound on performance, visibility, and the body within the Henry.
    (University District, free)
  71. Robert Williams: The Father of Exponential Imagination
    Meet the influential cartoonist and founder of Juxtapoz Magazine Robert Williams on the occasion of the publication of his new book The Father of Exponential Imagination and the opening of his museum exhibition of the same name. 
    (Georgetown, free)
  72. Trevor Goosen: Lamp Show 01
    Trevor Goosen will illuminate the tiny Beacon Hill art space Soft Spot with lamp pieces. All lamp proceeds will benefit El Centro de la Raza.
    (Beacon Hill, free)
  73. West Side Artists Studio Tour
    Take a peek inside the studios of over 30 West Seattle artists, from ceramicists to weavers.
    (West Seattle, free)



  74. 2019 NWOS Orchid Show
    The Northwest Orchid Society will take over the Volunteer Park Conservatory’s seasonal house. Admire their beauty and buy one for yourself—there will even be an orchid potting station to save you from having to consult Google or your mom.
    (Capitol Hill, $4)FESTIVALS
  75. Issaquah Salmon Days Festival
    The salmon of Issaquah might not know it, but their return to the Puget Sound’s lakes and streams prompts a full day of free activities in their honor. Head to this annual festival for 250 artists, worldly bites, field-day activities, and live entertainment.
    (Issaquah, free)GEEK
  76. BrickCon
    Legos may be popular among kids, but there’s something about building a world made of tiny blocks that transcends age requirements. At this 18th annual festival, you’ll get the chance to build your own masterpiece, marvel at models made by master builders from around the world, and purchase custom sets and parts.
    (Seattle Center, free)MUSIC
  77. Clarinettissimo
    Woodwind nerds, unite! This special weekend will feature workshops, equipment vendors, a clarinet choir, and performances from the likes of Detroit Symphony clarinetist Jack Walters and MET Opera vet Sean Osborn.
    (Queen Anne, free)VISUAL ART
  78. Exhibition Opening: October 2019
    See new work by manuel arturo abreu, Gretchen Bennett, Demian DinéYazhi’ and R.I.S.E.: Radical Indigenous Survivance and Empowerment, Jeff Guess, and others.
    (Mount Baker, free)
    Opening Saturday



  79. Stephen King Unexpected
    Expect to see (we’re guessin’) gruff Northeasterners battling clowns, vampires, sentient cars, and/or the undead in this improv tribute to the horror maestro Stephen King, a perfect show for Halloween.
    (Downtown, $10)FESTIVALS
  80. CroatiaFest
    The vast Balkan country of Croatia, which lies on the coast of the Adriatic Sea, is rich with tradition. (Fun fact: It was also the breeding place for the first Dalmations.) Learn about its past and present at this festival filled with food, art exhibits, traditional costumes and performances, and a marketplace.
    (Seattle Center, free)MUSIC
  81. Dead_Wait.EXE Album Listening Party
    After two years of production, local alt-hip-hop artist Diveyede will share his new album with you at this listening party.
    (Ballard, free)
  82. The Elnah Jordan Experience
    Elnah Jordan, who won San Francisco’s 1983 Jazz Vocalist of the Year award, will be accompanied by Paul Richardson on keyboards, Steve Banks on drums, Micheal Eads on guitar, and Douglas Barrnet Jr. on bass.
    (Columbia City, free)
  83. Micaiah Sawyer, The Great Wide Open, Grace Stuewe
    Olympia-based singer-songwriter Micaiah Sawyer was the winner of this year’s Sound Off! competition. She blends gritty blues with folksy soul and homegrown pop for an organic Pacific Northwest sound. She’ll be joined by the Great Wide Open and Grace Stuewe.
    (West Seattle, $8)
  84. The National Honor Society, Leading Psychics, Guest Directors
    Local indie-pop quartet the National Honor Society will play some new stuff from forthcoming album To All the Glory We Never Had (produced by Erik Blood) after sets from Portland new wave rockers Leading Psychics and local shoegaze outfit Guest Directors.
    (Eastlake, $8)
  85. PHX Meets SEA
    Groove to hip-hop and R&B artists from Phoenix and Seattle: Winks & Nods, Julius King, Nutter Tut, LeeWater, Jprotege, and Deliyonne.
    (Belltown, $5/$10)
  86. Spence Hood, Before Our Time, Jessie Lorenz
    Local solo artist and former Silicon Valley techie Spence Hood will play his jazz-influenced acoustic pop with additional support from Before Our Time and Jessie Lorenz.
    (Fremont, $8/$10)
  87. Thelma & The Sleaze, Duke Evers, Flesh Produce
    Brazen rockers Thelma and the Sleaze will be joined by loud rockers Duke Evers and experimental DIY outfit Flesh Produce.
    (Belltown, $10/$12)PERFORMANCE
  88. The Breakfast Club
    If the recurring TUSH! is too shocking (or too age-inappropriate) for you, but you still want to see some quality drag, see the lovely Betty Wetter and friends (Vincent Milay, Cranberry, Romi, Dion Dior Black, and Cookie Couture) perform a kid-friendly brunch show.
    (Beacon Hill, $10)READINGS & TALKS
  89. Jasmine Guillory: Royal Holiday
    The author of The Wedding Party, The Proposal, and The Wedding Date (who doesn’t love a theme?) will read from her holiday-set novel about an ordinary lady who meets and falls in love with the Queen of England’s private secretary.
    (Rainier Valley, free)
  90. Mary Lou Sanelli: The Star Struck Dance Studio of Yucca Springs
    A young girl growing up in the Mojave Desert’s Yucca Springs finds a sense of love and belonging at a local dance studio.
    (Capitol Hill, free)SPORTS & RECREATION
  91. Seattle University Redhawks vs. UMKC Kangaroos
    The Seattle University Redhawks men’s soccer team will play the University of Missouri-Kanas City Kangaroos.
    (Capitol Hill, $10)VISUAL ART
  92. Oysters
    This group show, comprised of work by Chris Kroehler, Rachel Maxi, Levi Hastings, Ann Duffy, Michael Doyle, Ben Beres, Suze Woolf, Kyle Krauskopf, and Kyler Martz, is dedicated to those weirdly suggestive little bivalves and those who eat them.
    (Capitol Hill, free)
    Closing Sunday

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