A seventh annual celebration of keeping the beat and hitting it hard at Garfield High School leads this weekend’s parade of things to do around Capitol Hill.
The Bulldog Drumline Expo (BDX) is Saturday:
Mark your calendars for the 7th Annual Bulldog Drumline Expo (BDX) on May 30th, 2015 from 12 noon to 3pm at the Garfield High School Gymnasium in Seattle. The event brings middle and high school drumlines from across the state to showcase their talent and compete in friendly drumline battles. Garfield’s Varsity Drumline as the host school will showcase their music and perform cadences.
More weekend highlights:
- Pedestrian Pike/Pine discussion — Thursday: The Capitol Hill Community Council meets Thursday night for a public discussion on creating a Pike/Pine pedestrian zone.
- Tashkent Park Improvement — Thursday: Add your feedback to the plans to upgrade Boylston Ave’s Tashkent Park.
- Invisible Arcade at Fred Wildlife — Thursday: Invisible Arcade is “a recurring video game expo/concert” in which “performers play their games on-stage as a performance for the audience.” Some of you probably just said, “No way.” Others said, “Cool!” Added bonus: It’s free.
- Bite of Greece — all weekend: Head to 13th Ave for the the 3rd Annual Bite of Greece at the Greek Orthodox Church of the Assumption: From souvlaki to salata, from bougatsa to baklava! We have a Taverna, Kafenion, and music and dancing too! OPA!!!
- Montlake Elementary 3rd Annual Eat Real & Art Walk — Friday: The Montlake Elementary school fundraiser includes “school garden tours, plant sales, fresh food by Cafe Lago, El Chito, and Big Spoon Ice Cream, a small farmers market,live music from past graduates, UW Bookstore sale, and the ever popular urban farm animal petting zoo.”
- Cathedrals X — Saturday: St. Mark’s hosts a night of “a’capella performances by local indie musicians.”
- A Celebration of Judith Kitchen — Sunday: Hugo House hosts a memorial for writer Judith Kitchen. “In addition to a few planned remembrances, there will be a chance for anybody who is so moved to speak briefly about Judith, read something of hers, or read something influenced by her.” The reviewer for the Georgia Review passed away last fall.
Check out the CHS Calendar for more or add your community events.