On the List | 4th of July in Cal Anderson, mayoral movies, Pinocchio, Mia Zapata (+13 more)

(Image: Paul Israel for The Adventure School)

(Image: Paul Israel for The Adventure School)

Thursday, July 4

Friday, July 5

  • Berberian-Sound-Studio-245_featureThe milieu of the film Berberian Sound Studio is the workplace where horror movie sound effects are created. I’m getting chills already. Premiere’s Friday and continues through July 11th. Northwest Film Forum, 7p and 9p.
  •  The Flentrop Concert: Americana Music as performed  by assistant organist Alan Du Puy at St. Mark’s Cathedral. An ice cream social on the front lawn follows. St Mark’s (1245 10th Ave E), 7:30p.
  • Mayoral movies series: Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn selected and introduces the film To Kill a Mockingbird. (Gary Cooper. Gregory Peck. Swoon.) Post-viewing enjoy happy hour pricing and free Big Mario’s pizza in the lobby. 8p.
  • Quick Change! is a two-woman burlesque show about life and other hard things. Show repeats on Saturday.  Annex Theatre, 7:30p.
  • Music: great summer vibes with Gothic Tropic (from LA), Haunted Horses, and Childbirth. Cairo (507 E Mercer), 8:30p.
  • Spin the Bottle variety show with music, storytelling, sketches and the uncategorize-able. Annex Theatre, 11p.

Saturday, July 6

Sunday, July 7

  • miaBroadway Farmers Market, Pine and Broadway, 11a – 3p.
  • ArtAche Market features vendors and live music at Chop Suey, 1 – 6p.
  • Mayoral Movies series: City Councilman Bruce Harrell selected Papillon, a film based on memoirs of a miserable life and eventual escape from the French penal colony. Northwest Film Forum, 5p.
  • Weird and Awesome with Emmett Montgomery is like “Donny & Marie produced by Andy Warhol at the height of the Factory.” Annex Theatre, 7:30p.
  • Mia Zapata/The Gits Tribute and Benefit: on the 20th anniversary of Mia Zapata’s untimely death, join local bands covering The Gits music to benefit Seven Star. Yellow roses encouraged. The Comet, 8:30p.
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