Happy August: Selfies in Volunteer Park, movies in Cal Anderson, three music festivals, and, yes, Capitol Hill Garage Sale Day

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IMG_1878Artist Wendy Red Star spent Friday morning setting up Tableaux Vivant: Nature’s Playground in Volunteer Park. This weekend’s little piece of the Seattle Art Fair designed for selfies with “an imagined wilderness of assorted hunting decoys” joins a menagerie of good times in the month ahead in one of the sunniest Seattle summers ever.

BuU6RnyIYAAuAiB-600x399 (1)Happy August. Here’s what else is lined up for your selfie enjoyment:

Seattle Night Out  — August 4th: Not only is it Primary Tuesday but the 4th brings 2015’s Seattle Night Out parties to the streets of Capitol Hill and beyond. Here’s what 2014 looked like. There is still time to register for 2015 here.

Bedtime_stories_725x400-500x276Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema — Starts August 7th: 2015’s schedule of free Friday movies in Cal Anderson Park begins the 7th. This year’s theme: Bedtime Stories. CHS is a proud community sponsor.

  • 8/7 — The Princess Bride
  • 8/14 — Adventures in Babysitting
  • 8/21 — Edward Scissorhands
  • 8/28 — The Neverending Story

IMG_7973-600x400 (1)Capitol Hill Garage Sale Day — August 9th: The 2015 edition of the annual community garage sale day brings some changes. After moving the community lot to Cal Anderson last year, in 2015 we moved the entire day to a new part of the summer — Sunday, August 9th will be the start of a new era for Garage Sale Day. Have fun. There’s still time to register at capitolhillgaragesale.com.

Linda’s Fest — August 15th: Free and rocking and free. And free. Linda’s Fest 2015 will rock hard with Black Breath leading the way.

Vibrations Festival — August 16th: Cairo’s annual summer concert is headlined by Chastity Belt in 2015 and includes a lineup of music and visual artists — and a metaphysical zone.

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Summit Block Party — August 22nd: A Capitol Hill block party the way Dog intended it. The Summit Block Party continues to grow — and continues to be free and totally grass rooted. 2014 was a kick in the pants.

 

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