Celebrate the end of No-Rain November by getting out there and doing. Planning a Capitol Hill event? Add it to the CHS Calendar.
Thursday, November 10
- November’s monthly Capitol Hill art walk Blitz — map and details at http://www.blitzcapitolhill.com/ — More highlights below
- Ghost Gallery hosts 6th Annual Miniature Art Extravaganza: HOLIDAY 2011!
- I WANT YOU Magazine Issue 6: Opening Reception + AfterParty at Bauhaus
- Joe Bar presents: Troy Gua
- “The Evolution of a Northwest Artist” Opening Reception at Vermillion
- Last ever Rock Lobster at Neighbours
- Seattle Spit! Queer spoken word at Wildrose
- One night only accessories show and sale at 12th and Olive Wine
- Seattle Academy open house
- The “Go the Fuck to Sleep” guy is at Elliott Bay Book Co.
- Where No Man Has Gone Before at Odd Duck Studio
- 11/11/11. Awesome.
- Seattle U women’s hoops home opener
- “Kennedy Warne, author of Let Them Eat Shrimp: The Tragic Disappearance of the Rainforest of the Sea (Island Press), explores the muddy battle zone of the mangrove forest—and the true price of its destruction.” — Town Hall
- The Importance of Being Earnest at Seattle U
- c.1993 (you never step in the same river twice) at Annex
Saturday, November 12
- Goodwill Glitter Sale
- Century’s Got Talent – FINALS — Also, Century’s weekly flea market runs 11a-3p
- Weekly children’s storytime at Elliott Bay. 11:30a
- NaNoWriMo Halfway Party at Hugo House
- OMG! Who Arted? at Vermillion
- Philip Lutgendorf at Seattle Asian Art Museum
- Occupy Seattle Arts & Media Present: Voices of The Revolution
Occupy Seattle Arts & Media Present “Voices of The Revolution” A DAY OF SOLIDARITY
Speakers, Poets, Singer/Song writers, Bands, and DJs Combine their music and voices to invoke UNITY – SATURDAY NOV 12TH WESTLAKE CENTER MAIN STAGE 1PM till 6PM
A free concert and rally in the park
- Russian Bazaar at the Russian Community Center on 19th Ave E. Saturday and Sunday.
- Occupy Town Hall: A Conversation
The Occupy movement could be the most important political movement in a generation, or it could be a dud—it all depends on what happens next. In a discussion moderated by Seattle City Councilman Nick Licata, panelists Lynne Dodson, Secretary-Treasurer of the Washington State Labor Council; Josh Farris, Tabitha, and JM Wong from Occupy Seattle; Frank Greer of national political consultants GMMB; and Seattle entrepreneur/investor/author Nick Hanauer address the nascent Occupy movement as it unfolds here and nationwide. Will it—can it?—effectively articulate public discontent about the direction of the country, the role of corporations and financial institutions, and the ability of government to respond? It’s a big topic, so after the discussion and audience Q&A, Town Hall’s Public Room will stay open late for continued conversation. Presented by Town Hall and The Stranger. Free, general admission, though seating is limited. Doors open at 6:30 pm.
- Broadway farmers market, 11-3
- Third Annual Seattle Slack Key Festival at Town Hall
- Food Drive at Health First Chiropractic kick-off
- St. Joseph’s Alternative Bazaar:
Sunday, November 13th, 10 am – 2 pm in the Parish Social Hall. Please join us at this year’s Alternative Bazaar to support fairly traded products and local and international non-profits. We will have over twenty new and returning vendors this year! Some of this year’s vendors include Chief Seattle Club, L’Arche, Ten Thousand Villages, Education Across Borders, and Recovery Café.
- Seattle Wind Symphony – Inaugural Concert at Broadway Performance Hall
- Art of the Blow Job at Babeland
- High 5’s Dani Cone at Elliott Bay
- Weekly Compline Choir at St. Mark’s. 9:30p
Monday, November 14
- Call your best friend
Tuesday, November 15
- Seattle Architecture Foundation: Transit-Oriented Design at Town Hall
- Seattle Transit Riders Union launch