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april 26, 2013 

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Velocity presents SCUBA

April 26-28   



Velocity's SCUBA 2013 features performances by three nationally emerging talents in contemporary dance: Seattle's own Shannon Stewart collaborating with filmmaker Adam Sekuler and joined by Philadelphia's "laugh-out-loud funny and completely engaging" Green Chair Dance Group. New in 2013, SCUBA is also commissioning a world premiere by Seattle favorite the "riveting, mysterious and startling" Maureen Whiting Dance Company, with a 20-foot tree, a cast of 14 and original music by Seattle composers Bukake, Dave Abramson and Seattle Times "13 for '13" composer Eyvind Kang. Get your tickets here.


"Home run for Seattle." - thINKingDance


Translations: The Seattle Transgender Film Festival is May 9-12


The 8th Anniversary for Groundbreaking Festival Provides Provocative Mix of Films, Themes and Live Programs 


Translations: The Seattle Transgender Film Festival returns May 9-12 with a provocative program of films, discussions and live experiences navigating themes of transgender family, relationships and sexuality.  Translations, produced by Seattle nonprofit Three Dollar Bill Cinema, is one of only a handful of transgender film festivals in the world. 


"Film is a powerful medium," says Sam Berliner, Translations Festival Director.  "Translations offers the opportunity to recognize ourselves on screen, which is an unbelievably affirming experience.  We want everyone to see themselves in the movies."   More


Friends of the Conservatory Annual Spring Plant Sale is May 11


Saturday, May 11, 2013 

10 am - 3 pm 

1400 East Galer Street


Join the Friends of the Conservatory for the Spring Plant Sale on the large grassy field across from the Conservatory. The FOC Plant Sale specializes in tropicals, orchids, succulents and other treasures for the home. More



People get ready, there's a train a comin'...


Want to know what's gonna' go up when the Red Wall comes down?  


Save the Date...


May 20 

5:30pm Social hour

6pm-8pm Presentations and Discussion

Broadway Performance Hall 


The Capitol Hill Champion (a partnership of the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce and the Capitol Hill Community Counsel that focuses on the Sound Transit site on Broadway) invites you to be involved in the Next Steps! Find out what they are and how you can participate in the next Community Catch-up and Conversation. More info to come...



Refreshments and Kids table will be provided

Questions and sign-up for list-serv:

Cap Hill Presbyterian Presents: The Mild, Mild West, a Show for All Ages



Chamber member Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church is offering family friendly theatrical event. The Mild Mild West is a hilarious play by Cristie Kearny for ages 5-100. Set in 1870 San Francisco, The Mild Mild West is a rollicking farce following two Secret Service Agents (the handsome and capable James West and the brilliant master of disguise, Artemus Gordon) on their mission to keep President Ulysses S. Grant from the clutches of dastardly (yet, decidedly dimwitted) villains.  Ticket and show time info here.


Cap Hill Community News

Volunteer Park Spring Stewardship Party 


Sunday, May 5

10am - 2pm 

Volunteer Park 



The Volunteer Park Trust is throwing a gardening party to clean up areas surrounding the reservoir. PLUS doughnuts, coffee and socializing! Gather at the Black Sun sculpture across from the Seattle Asian Art Museum.


Please bring friends and kids. Gloves and tools will be provided, or bring your own. No gardening experience necessary. This gathering is a wonderful way to meet neighbors, help our lovely park and learn more about the exciting new Volunteer Park Trust. 




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