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On the List | 2016 Seattle Asian American Film Festival, 43rd Legislative District Town Hall, Ernest Loves Agnes kids pizza party

The 2016 Seattle Asian American Film Festival returns to Capitol Hill’s Northwest Film Forum this weekend featuring 50 indie films “by and about Asian Americans” —

The 2016 Seattle Asian American Film Festival (SAAFF) will take place February 19th thru the 21st at the Northwest Film Forum located in the vibrant arts and nightlife neighborhood of Capitol Hill in Seattle!  The 50 films on the program include the best in recent independent cinema by and about Asian Americans.  Check out the film schedule, descriptions, view trailers and purchase tickets at

Saturday, you can fulfill your civic duty in an afternoon with your leaders in Olympia at the 43rd Legislative District Town Hall.

Sunday, kids can learn the art of pizza-making and help raise funds for local public schools with a Kids Pizza Party at Ernest Loves Agnes.

For more things to do on and around Capitol Hill or to add your own, check out the CHS Calendar.

Jan 23 @ 7:30 PM – Jan 26 @ 8:30 PM 18th & Union
Slip into something a little uncomfortable as comic stripper Woody Shticks gets trapped on a porno set with little more than his spicy signature blend of stand-up, strip, and story. In a night thick with slick satire and compromising positions, … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 9:15 AM – 12:00 PM Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute
Hosted by Central District Forum for Arts & Ideas, Northwest African American Museum, New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, and Seattle Department of Neighborhoods SHARE YOUR TRUTH ABOUT CHANGES IN THE CENTRAL DISTRICT City of Seattle department directors want to hear … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM Melrose Market
Bring your kitchen knives or camp knives or scissors or anything that you have that has a dull edge to Melrose Market on Saturday and have them hand sharpened while you wait or drop them off for pickup later the … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Frye Art Museum
Seattle-based choreographer Donald Byrd works at the forefront of contemporary performance. For four decades, he has created innovative and startling dance theater works that explore the extraordinary capacities of dancers’ bodies, the complexities of Africanist aesthetics, and the ways that … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Frye Art Museum
Bringing together varied depictions of women from the Frye Art Museum’s collection, Unsettling Femininity examines historical conventions of representation during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries and the deeply entrenched beliefs and power structures they reflect.Share this:TweetPrintEmail
Jan 25 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Madrona Wine Merchants
Francesco Dibenedetto, farmer from birth and later also agronomist, in the 80’s began to convert his land to organic farming, but he observed that the vitality of his lands was not like he anticipated.  In 2000 he implemented biodynamic farming, … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM 12th Ave Arts
In 17th century Rome, painter Artemisia Gentileschi must fight for everything—her place at the easel, her father’s respect, credit for her visionary work. But in the aftermath of rape, she must fight for her truth, buoyed by her shared experience … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 7:30 PM – 9:15 PM St. James Cathedral
Over the course of 2020, St. James Cathedral, Seattle will present the complete organ works of composer Louis Vierne, the principal organist at Notre-Dame Cathedral from 1900-1937, in commemoration of the 150th anniversary of his birth. For our first concert … Continue reading
Jan 25 @ 8:00 PM – Jan 26 @ 2:00 AM Diesel, queer/bar, R Place and The Lumber Yard Bar
Please join us on Saturday 25th for BUSH BASH, an Australia Day Party, to support our local LGBTQ bars. Diesel, queer/bar, R Place and The Lumber Yard Bar are kindly donating to the bush fire crisis relief efforts, and we’re … Continue reading
Jan 26 @ 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Ritual
Come practice gothy, slow-flow vinyasa to the musical stylings of dark wave bands like Joy Division, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, and Depeche Mode in the weird and lovely Ritual space on Pike Street. This is a free karma … Continue reading
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