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On the List | Capitol Hill Art Walk, Fall Plant Sale, Gilda’s 5k Run/Walk, Puget Soundtrack, Farmers Market

Michelle Smith-Lewis at Ghost Gallery

Michelle Smith-Lewis at Ghost Gallery

Kathryn Lien at Blindfold

Kathryn Lien at Blindfold

Start  your weekend with the Capitol Hill Art Walk on Thursday. Pick from more than 30 venues, or try to hit them all. Dare you.  Highlights of this month’s walk: Northwest Film Forum‘s Screen Shots featuring new video art, Wage Slaves: Tales from the Grind (art and author readings) at Office Nomads, street art and live music at Sunset Electric, wet paint and macro photography at Ghost Gallery, a sexy trivia cocktail party at Babeland, and Penis Envy II at TMRW PARTY. Check the Art Walk’s Facebook page for last minute updates.

The first annual Red Door 5K Run / Walk to benefit Gilda’s Club Family Programs is at Cal Anderson park on Saturday. Registration (free!) starts at 7:30am, a kids dash is at 8:30am, and the 5k starts at 9:00am. Read more about Gilda’s Club and the 5K  here, and a century of the Broadway building’s history here.

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Fall is for planting! The annual Friends of the Conservatory Fall Plant Sale takes place at the Dahlia Garden near the Volunteer Park Conservatory on Saturday 10am – 3pm.

The 3rd annual Drinkin’ Lincoln Bar Crawl starts at Montana on Saturday, 8pm. Join in with your own beard and black hat or plan to avoid.

VoxMod_245_featureSaturday evening Northwest Film Forum launches a new music movie series Puget Soundtrack, in which Seattle musicians and bands are selected to create a live score for a film of their choosing. First up: local animator and electronic musician Vox Mod (also of Lazer Kitty) sets his encyclopedia sci-fi knowledge loose on a mystery title.

The Capitol Hill Broadway Farmers Market  at Broadway and Pine is every Sunday, every week, 11am – 3pm.  Look for those fantastic fractal-like flowers – dahlias – to make a strong appearance in those $5 and $10 bouquets this week.

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