On the List | January Art Walk, FRANKiE4 grand opening, virtual write-ins, lectures, and talks, Capitol Hill Farmers Market, MLK Day march

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Know the risks, wear your mask, and don’t forget your proof of vax.

WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12TH

THURSDAY JANUARY 13TH

On the List | Club Comedy debuts on 15th Ave E, Godzilla, Dusty 45s holiday party, wrestling at Washington Hall, Kwanzaa Market

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

Shop the Hill, the long running effort from CHS, is partnering again with the GSBA and the Capitol Hill Business Alliance for the free service to help promote local retailers and small businesses and share updates on promotions, deals, and holiday offerings. Participating merchants and venues are complying with COVID-19 safety measures and many offer online ordering and curb pick-up. Check it out at capitolhillseattle.com/shopthehill/

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15TH

  • Club Comedy debut weekend: CHS reported here on the plans for the new 15th Ave E comedy venue from longtime Seattle scene presence Rick Taylor. Wednesday and Thursday bring preview nights when you are welcome to stop in to check out the space. Friday and Saturday the shows begin with debut headliner Showing results for cory michaelis Search instead for Cory Michaelis.
  • Godzilla: “The roaring granddaddy of all monster movies,” a 4K restoration of the 1954 Japanese classic screens at Northwest Film Forum

THURSDAY DECEMBER 16TH

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On the List | Holiday in the Park, December Capitol Hill Art Walk, Mommie Dearest ‘speak along,’ Market of the Beast, and REVIVAL: Holiday Market Street Pop-up

Holiday in the Park returns Thursday

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

Shop the Hill, the long running effort from CHS, is partnering again with the GSBA and the Capitol Hill Business Alliance for the free service to help promote local retailers and small businesses and share updates on promotions, deals, and holiday offerings. Participating merchants and venues are complying with COVID-19 safety measures and many offer online ordering and curb pick-up. Check it out at capitolhillseattle.com/shopthehill/

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8TH

THURSDAY DECEMBER 9TH

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On the List | World AIDS Day, Comicon returns, Living Artists Collective Holiday Market, plus more craft and gift fairs

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

Shop the Hill, the long running effort from CHS, is partnering again with the GSBA and the Capitol Hill Business Alliance for the free service to help promote local retailers and small businesses and share updates on promotions, deals, and holiday offerings. Participating merchants and venues are complying with COVID-19 safety measures and many offer online ordering and curb pick-up. Check it out at capitolhillseattle.com/shopthehill/

WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1ST

  • World AIDS Day 2021 marks 40 years since the first cases were reported. Gay City hosts a commemoration in The AMP Plaza to mark the important milestone

THURSDAY DECEMBER 2ND

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What’s open on Capitol Hill Thanksgiving 2021 — Plus, On the List: Comedy competition, Disco Rodeo, Glasswing celebration

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

THANKSGIVING — THURSDAY NOVEMBER 25
Here’s a round-up of Capitol Hill-area essentials with plans to be open on Thanksgiving. These are the locations we’ve been able to verify. If we missed your favorite’s Thanksgiving opening plans, let us know in the comments and we’ll update the post. Gobble gobble!

COFFEE

  • Vivace — Brix 8am-2pm, Walk-up CLOSED
  • Starbucks Roastery 7am -10pm
  • Fuel 19th – CLOSED
  • Victrola 15th, 7am-3pm and Victrola Pike 7am – 4pm
  • Caffe Vita – 7am-2pm
  • Analog Coffee – 8a – 1pm
  • Caffe Ladro – 6am – 2pm
  • Top Pot Summit – 8am – 1pm
  • Ghost Note – 9am-2pm
  • Liberty – 365 days a year
  • Ada’s — CLOSED
  • Wunderground — 8a — 1pm

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On the List: Black Carousel, Lube Wrestling benefit for Emerald City Mudhens, Puget Sound Symphony Orchestra, recall ballots arrive, Capitol Hill Farmers Market returns

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

Shop the Hill, the long running effort from CHS, is partnering again with the GSBA and the Capitol Hill Business Alliance for the free service to help promote local retailers and small businesses and share updates on promotions, deals, and holiday offerings. Participating merchants and venues are complying with COVID-19 safety measures and many offer online ordering and curb pick-up. Check it out at capitolhillseattle.com/shopthehill/

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 17

  • Sandra Smith, award winning translator, takes part in a virtual discussion with Capitol Hill’s Elliott Bay Book Co.
  • Freeland: See the “emotional thriller” set amid the background of the Northern California black market marijuana industry on the big screen at the Northwest Film Forum.
  • Werk Wednesdays: Black Carousel, an “all Black variety show” goes off at the Unicorn.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 18

  • CHBA Community Conversations: Tune into the Capitol Hill Business Alliance’s monthly morning conversations. November’s session is focused on “talented creatives, solopreneurs, and entrepreneurs who work outside of a traditional brick-and-mortar business also call our neighborhood home.” Continue reading

On the List: Shop the Hill to support neighborhood businesses, November art walk, Hedwig & the Angry Inch Sing-Along benefit

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here. Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

Shop the Hill, the long running effort from CHS, is partnering again with the GSBA and the Capitol Hill Business Alliance for the free service to help promote local retailers and small businesses and share updates on promotions, deals, and holiday offerings. Participating merchants and venues are complying with COVID-19 safety measures and many offer online ordering and curb pick-up. Check it out at capitolhillseattle.com/shopthehill/

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 10TH

  • Karen Dalton: In My Own Time screens at Northwest Film Forum, “interweaving excerpts from her poetry and journals with moving interviews and rare archival performance clips” from the folk singer’s life.

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 11TH

  • BeatleConcert opens its rehearsal with a $15 performance at 12th Ave Arts in Strawberry Theatre Workshop’s “tribute to the songs that the Beatles never played in concert.”
  • November Capitol Hill Art Walk: Bars, restaurants, merchants, galleries display creations from local artists including painting, photography, and sculpture at venues across Capitol Hill. Check out the map and listings for this month’s walk at capitolhillartwalk.com.

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On the List: The Velvet Underground at Northwest Film Forum, Defend Kshama drag show, Capitol Hill COVID Remembrance Project

The Velvet Underground documentary screens in-person at the Northwest Film Forum this week

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here.

Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 3RD

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On the List — Hilloween 2021 edition: Trick or treating on Capitol Hill, Seattle Weavers’ Guild Show and Sale, Hotel Sorrento Zombie Soiree

Yes, there will be trick or treating on Capitol Hill in 2021. And, yes, Pike/Pine’s bars will be vaxed, masked, and packed. Here are this week’s special Halloween edition highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here.

Wear your mask… and your Hilloween mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28TH

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On the List: Paint the Park in the CD, Photographic Center Northwest benefit auction, PR0N 4 Freakz, Capitol Hill Farmers Market

Here are this week’s highlights from the CHS Calendar. You can also Add Your Event here.

Wear your mask and don’t forget your proof of vax.

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20TH

  • Prisoners of the Ghostland screens at Capitol Hill’s SIFF Cinema Egyptian Theatre this week. If Nicolas Cage in “a leather suit that will self-destruct within five days” won’t get you back to the movies, nothing will.
  • Seattle Queer Film Festival continues online and in-person around the city through the weekend.
  • Josephine Ensign talks about her new book Skid Road with insights on the homelessness crisis in Seattle and beyond in a virtual event from Elliott Bay Book Co.

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