On the List | Capitol Hill Art Walk, Bike-in movie, Shakespeare in Volunteer Park, Central Area Community Festival

It’s the heart of summer in Seattle! Here’s what’s happening on and around the Hill this weekend.

Claudius Phaedrus at Sunset Electric.

Claudius Phaedrus at Sunset Electric

Sunset Electric and Gage Academy join in on the Capitol Hill Art Walk this Thursday along with the 30+ regulars on the monthly art walk. Highlights from this month include a show on death at Gage, flags at Rhino Room,  zoetrope animation at Northwest Film Forum, urban-fantasy-inspired art at Ltd. Gallery, camping-themed art at Gay City, and intricate organic illustrations at Ghost Gallery. More art walk info and map here.

On Saturday, the Northwest Film Forum’s 9th annual Seattle Bike-In will be even bikey-er as it screens Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s bike chase thriller Premium Rush! as well as eight bike film shorts. The Bike-In is free and starts at dusk.

Join hundreds of your closest friends on Friday for the Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s screening of Clueless at Cal Anderson Park. DJ music starts at 7pm, pre-show fun and games at 8:30, and the movie at 9. The full (remaining!) Hill summer movie schedule is here.

And for the opposite of being with hundreds of friends, try Claustrophobia, a poetry reading in the Volunteer Park water tower on Friday at 6pm.

Shakespeare plays well outdoors. Volunteer Park Amphiteater hosts Love’s Labour’s Lost on Thursday at 7pm, Othello on Friday at 7pm, and a closing triple feature on Sunday with All’s Well That Ends Well at 1pm, Othello at 3pm, and Love’s Labour’s Lost at 7pm. All performances are free.

central areaThe annual Central Area Community Festival happens Saturday at Garfield Community Field at the corner of Cherry and 23rd., 10am until 7pm.  “The festival theme this year is Dare to Imagine This is your chance to see a diverse display of art and culture! Family and friends can enjoy a marketplace filled with music performances, art, food concessions, and loads of entertainment. The CACF’s mission is to educate by sharing the many cultures in the community and strengthening the pride, integrity, and spirituality of the community.”

Something to add? Let us know on the CHS Calendar — more listings below:

October – November 2014

Night of The Corpse Reviver @ Tommy Gun
Oct 31 all-day
Whether you count yourself among the undead or favor the company of the living, join us at Tommy Gun this Friday as we celebrate the [...]
Seattle Public Theater Youth Presents LEAR @ Seattle Public Theater
Oct 31 – Nov 8 all-day
Seattle Public Theater Youth Presents LEAR Directed by Shana Bestock At the Bathhouse Theater on Green Lake October 31st to November 8th, 2014 SEATTLE, WA–Seattle [...]
Capitol Hill Construction Hub Public Meeting @ Comet Tavern (entrance off 10th Avenue)
Capitol Hill Construction Hub Public Meeting @ Comet Tavern (entrance off 10th Avenue)
Oct 31 @ 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
The City’s Access Seattle Initiative focuses on reducing cumulative impacts in areas experiencing multiple, simultaneous construction projects, in close proximity—areas identified as Construction Hubs. Capitol [...]
15th Ave E Halloween
Oct 31 @ 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Your neighbors on 15th Avenue East would like to invite you and your family to visit us on your trick-or-treating route from 4pm to 6pm [...]
Winter Harvest @ Eclectic Theatre
Winter Harvest @ Eclectic Theatre | Seattle | Washington | United States
Oct 31 @ 8:00 PM Eclectic Theater theater
WINTER HARVEST A world premiere! In the Seattle of 1955 the five year old daughter of an alcoholic politician and his very pregnant Irish Catholic [...]
Wine Weekend at Central Co-op @ Central Co-op
Nov 1 – Nov 2 all-day #capitolhill #capitolhillseattle sale wine
Take 10% off our entire selection of wines, from Washington and beyond, during Wine Weekend! Just in time for holiday get-togethers, for adding a few [...]
The Endless Variety of Italy Wine Tasting @ Madrona Wine Merchants
Nov 1 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Italy never ceases to amaze us with its endless quality and variety. This Saturday we’ve assembled yet another collection of rich, unique and delicious Italian [...]
Dia de los Muertos con Entre Hermanos @ NW African American Museum
Dia de los Muertos con Entre Hermanos @ NW African American Museum | Seattle | Washington | United States
Nov 1 @ 6:00 PM charity
Dia de los Muertos with Entre Hermanos Join Entre Hermanos for our annual gala event, which this year coincides with the traditional holiday Dia de [...]
Pork Filled Productions present FAST COMPANY @ Theatre Off Jackson
When con games are the family business, watch your back – because it’s not just about the score, it’s about who you can trust! Rated [...]
Winter Harvest @ Eclectic Theatre
Winter Harvest @ Eclectic Theatre | Seattle | Washington | United States
Nov 1 @ 8:00 PM Eclectic Theater theater
WINTER HARVEST A world premiere! In the Seattle of 1955 the five year old daughter of an alcoholic politician and his very pregnant Irish Catholic [...]
Dine Around Seattle
Nov 2 – Nov 30 all-day #drinks deal Food
Dine Around Seattle runs November 2 through November 30. Three course prix-fixe dinner menus are offered for $33, with many offering lunch for $18, Sundays [...]
Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market @ Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market
Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market @ Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market | Seattle | Washington | United States
Nov 2 @ 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
The Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market supports Washington’s small family farmers by creating a vibrant neighborhood farmers market.  Located outside the Seattle Central Community College, the Market runs year-round [...]
Sunday Sippers Wine Tasting. @ Madrona Wine Merchants
Sunday Sippers Wine Tasting. @ Madrona Wine Merchants | Seattle | Washington | United States
Nov 2 @ 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
It’s Sunday Sipper time at Madrona Wine Merchants — come see what two lovelies that Mark is sampling this Sunday. There is always a surprise [...]
Monthly Neighborhood Lunch @ The Summit Building
Monthly Neighborhood Lunch @ The Summit Building | Seattle | Washington | United States
Nov 2 @ 12:15 PM – 1:30 PM
Wouldn’t it be great to have a place to meet your neighbors. Just once a month? Would you like to get the chance to chat [...]
Pub Trivia @ Sam's Tavern
Pub Trivia @ Sam's Tavern | Seattle | Washington | United States
More fun than a barrel full of monkeys… Pub Trivia. Get drinks as prizes for answering questions correctly.  Great food, great drinks, and some questions [...]
American Sign Language for Senior Citizens @ Central Area Senior Center | Seattle | Washington | United States
It’s never too late to learn a new skill! Join us every Wednesday from 3 to 4 pm. Visually Speaking is a Deaf owned local [...]
Trivia Night @ Canterbury Ale House
Trivia Night @ Canterbury Ale House | Seattle | Washington | United States
More fun than a barrel full of monkeys… Pub Trivia. Get drinks as prizes for answering questions correctly. Great food, great drinks, and some questions [...]
The Libertinis ORAL TRADITION @ The Pocket Theater
The Libertinis ORAL TRADITION @ The Pocket Theater
Nov 6 – Nov 16 all-day
Open up, because it’s time for a Libertinis-style ORAL TRADITION, November 7-16, at the Pocket Theater. Join Libertini founding producers Tootsie Spangles, Hattie HellKat, and [...]
Garfield Theatre presents Anatomy of Gray @ Quincy Jones Performance Center
Garfield Theatre presents Anatomy of Gray @ Quincy Jones Performance Center | Seattle | Washington | United States
Nov 6 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CD central district drama GHS Theatre
Garfield HS Theatre presents a Drama Club production of the play Anatomy of Gray, by Jim Leonard, directed by senior Emma Franklin. When her father [...]
Hello Devilfish reading by Ron Dakron @ Elliott Bay Book co.
Nov 6 @ 6:00 PM
Seattle writer Ron Dakron’s novel, Hello Devilfish! (Three Rooms Press) is a “first person” account of a giant blue Japanese movie monster whose attack on [...]

4 thoughts on “On the List | Capitol Hill Art Walk, Bike-in movie, Shakespeare in Volunteer Park, Central Area Community Festival

  1. Okay, I just have to know… why do posts like these get a whole bunch of unstructured, badly-formatted stuff on the RSS entries? I always get about 15 screenfuls of tags and “author information” links to scroll through in my RSS reader. It’s not a huge deal but it’d be awesome if it weren’t the case in the first place.

    I think it might have something to do with how the calendar widget is embedded into these posts.

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