Harvard Exit Theater is doing its part to help you study up for the Oscars. Our historical neighborhood theater is showing two collections of Oscar-nominated shorts now through Thursday, February 13th. The Animation collection includes films from Japan, Luxembourg/France, UK, and the US. The Live Action collection includes selections from Finland, France, Spain, UK and from Denmark: Helium, which looks charming.
The Children’s Film Festival (which started on January 23rd) and ends on Saturday at Northwest Film Forum with a Closing Ceremony of awards and a surprise screening of outstanding short films. This closing event is recommended for ages 8 and over.
Black Like Us, a new play by Rachel Atkins can be seen at Annex Theatre Thurs – Saturday through March 1.. “Family secrets ripple through time when three sisters in 2013 discover the truth about a young African-American woman in 1958 who realizes she can pass for white. What happens in-between is a frank and funny look at the shifting boundaries of tolerance and what identity really means.” CHS spoke with the playwright about the production here.
In our neighborhood walks and rides, we’ve noticed a quite a few fruit trees with excess and uncollected fruit. An introduction and informational potluck party for Capitol Hill Seattle Fruit Gleaners. Organized and hosted by Sustainable Capitol Hill and Capitol Hill EcoDistrict, the meet up is Saturday, 3 – 4:30pm at Braeburn building.
Fans of karaoke and live music are in for a treat on Sunday at Chop Suey. Rockaraoke: Live Band Karaoke blends the two and enables you to “front your own rock band and release your inner rockstar!” The event is free and starts at 8p.
Here’s more events coming up this weekend and beyond. Have a Hill event you want people to know about? Add it to the calendar!
Support this amazing cause at your favorite local neighborhood bar and restaurant! Reservations at www.jimmysonbroadway.com, via Open Table. We look forward to seeing you all! [...]
Raise your fork on Thursday, April 24th and participate in Dining Out for Life! On this day, more than 150 restaurants throughout the Seattle metropolitan [...]
Have you ever wondered what will be the next, newest wine region to become famous and popular in the world? It’s true that not too [...]
Thursday, April 24th, 6:30 PM! EastPAC meeting The East Precinct Command Staff will be giving updates and answering your questions about the recent shooting at [...]
Come join us for a night of collaboration, networking and wine of course!
Join us Thursday April 24th at 7PM at the Royal Room in Columbia City as we celebrate roots-pop singer-songwriter Tae Phoenix and the release of [...]
What do a clock, the mysterious “Rule of 72,” marshmallows and the KISS principle have to do with finances? You’ll find out during this fun [...]
Please register! Old Growth’s SF/Fantasy workshop runs for eight weeks and explores the craft of writing in the science fiction and fantasy genres. As with [...]
PLAY AND WIN AT BAR NUN BINGO WITH PLANNED PARENTHOOD AND THE SISTERS OF PERPETUAL INDULGENCE AT PIKE BREWING DOWNTOWN! Get your game face and [...]
Movable Type is hosting a Literary Mixer at Vermillion to spotlight the work of Literacy Source. The Mixer idea is simple: bring a book—hardcover, paperback, [...]
NFFTY, the largest youth film festival in the world, occurs each spring in Seattle, Washington and is the premier showcase of the best new directors [...]
Internet may have killed the video star, but music video culture is alive and kicking in the Northwest. Join Northwest Film Forum, 12toRain and City [...]
Drop your kids off at Seattle Amistad School and have a relaxing evening to yourselves at near-by Capitol Hill or Downtown Seattle! While you enjoy [...]
“Dare to Dance” is a professional-quality showcase for original dances created and performed by dance enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels, with a special [...]
FEROCIOUS MEMORIES, the party to remember, not to forget… and FIERCE QUEEN, the live-reading lip-synching cunty competition drag show for Seattle’s new and up and [...]
Here’s your chance to scratch that tree-climbing itch! Canopy Climbers will kick off its third tree-climbing season with an “open” climb on Sunday April 27, [...]
Students at Seattle University want to serve Capitol Hill! If you know of an organization or a project that needs help on Saturday, April 26th [...]
New annual Charity Garage Sale with all proceeds going to Bailey Boushay House & YouthCare
Come join us and millions of people worldwide in over 70 countries for a FREE Tai Chi & Qigong Class & Demonstration. All welcome regardless [...]
Please join us on Saturday, April 26 at 2 pm for a fun, inclusive, family-friendly ride/walk to explore potential greenway route options for the northern [...]