September’s art walk kicks things off for plenty of good times and good caused on Capitol Hill this weekend including a Seattle-brity spelling bee, a roof-top bike benefit, a grand opening celebration and a free and fun family event at St. Joe’s. Doing something on Capitol Hill people should know about? Add it to the free CHS Calendar.
- Beginning Ukulele For Kids 5P – 6P at Meter (2110 East Union Street Seattle)
- Join Capitol Hill Tenants for Marriage Equality to ‘out-raise Breier-Scheetz’ 6P at Arabica Coffee
- Free Film Screening: Art In Action 6P at Queer Youth Space (911 E. Pike St)
- Frankly Speaking: Cost of Cancer Care 7P at Gilda’s Club Seattle
- The Second Annual Local Celebrity Spelling Bee 7:30P at Richard Hugo House
Join local superstars Rachel Flotard, Ellen Forney, Charles Mudede, Garth Stein, Kathleen Flenniken, Nicole Brodeur, Emmett Montgomery and Suzanne Morrison as they go head-to-head in a spell-off, trying to impress judges Paul Constant, Brangien Davis and Jerry Holkins (all done under the watchful eye of host Nicole Hardy). The contestants are competing for honor, of course, but the real winner will be Hugo House: all proceeds made, from admission to raffle tickets to bids to help contestants cheat, will go directly to paying for Hugo House programming.
- Is He Dead? 8P at Theater Schmeater
- UMO Ensemble (World Premiere!) 8P (runs 9/13 – 9/15) at Northwest Film Forum
- TIAS LITTLE WORKSHOPS (RUNS 9/14 – 9/16 check link for specifics) at 8 Limbs Capitol Hill
- M-bibe Presents: The Last Days of Summer Roof Party! 5:30P – 8:30P at The Heights on Capitol Hill
- Lance Weller: Wilderness 7P at Elliott Bay Book Company
- Back To School Party For Moms with BUST Magazine 7P at Babeland
- Punchline Fridays ::: Comedy Showcase ::: 9P at Jai Thai on Broadway
- Velocity Dance Fall Kick-Off. All weekend.
- Plant Sale at Volunteer Park Conservatory 10AM – 3PM. Plus: “Tree walk in Volunteer Park! Sept 15 1:30 during the Plant Sale. Meet outside the #Conservatory. Suggested donation for the Conservatory: $5″
- Menchie’s new Broadway location begins a grand opening celebration week with a ribbon cutting and free frozen yogurt.
- An Afternoon of Family Friendly Music (Featuring Dan Johnson and Friends) 3P at Fuel Coffee
- Infant Massage Course 3:30P – 5P at Garfield Community Center
- Turn The Light On 7P at Woodland Park Zoo
- Bingo on Broadway benefit for Seven Star Women’s Kung Fu. At All Pilgrim’s. 7-9p
- Broadway Farmers Market 11AM – 3P at corner of Pine and Broadway
- Parkview Services Walk and Run For Inclusion 8:30AM – 2P at 1247 15th Avenue East
- St. Joseph’s Parish Picnic 10:30AM – 12P at 732 18th Avenue East
- Central District Community Flea Market hosted by The Neighbor Lady and Twilight Exit, 10a