September 27, 2013
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Friday, September 27-Sunday, September 29
Tickets: $20 or $50 

Seattle Dance Showcases bring together Seattle's most gifted + charismatic dance artists to re-live the best performance moments of 2013 and preview what's to come in 2014.

 Saturday, September 28
Seattle Public Library
1000 4th Ave

April Greiman is a trailblazing designer recognized as one of the first designers to embrace computer technology as a design tool. Greiman is also credited with establishing 'New Wave' in the US during the late '70s and early '80s. 

Saturday, September 28 
LTD. Art Gallery
307 E Pike  

Go to LTD. Art Gallery to enjoy the last day of the amazing sequel to the extremely popular PRESS START art show, celebrating the modern era of VIDEO GAMES. 

This time around, they have over 30 industry artists who have created a unique collection of mash-up art mixing classic and modern games. Together with a selection of artwork inspired by the modern era of gaming. What would it be like if Link teamed up with the Scythian from Sword & Sorcery? How would Ms. Pac-man handle the world of Uncharted? Could Earthworm Jim team up with the Spartans and take on the galaxy? This collection of artists have a chance to really geek out and explore their love of the characters and worlds of classic and modern video games to create truly original artwork. 

To learn whose art is being featured, read more here.
Paris Eastside Classes (816 East Pike St Seattle, WA 98122)
Paris Eastside Ongoing Classes  

Saturday September 28 
Times & Prices Vary

Wednesday, September 27

Saturday, September 14- Saturday, October 12
Times & Prices Vary

Sunday, September 29
$30 (1 Book Copy & 1 Admit) OR 
$35 (1 Book Copy & 2 Admits)
Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Ave

Join us for this special night as Linda Ronstadt, whose forty-five year career has encompassed a wide array of musical styles, speaks on her unique musical journey that she writes about in her new memoir, Simple Dreams. 

Read more about Linda and the event, here
Upcoming Babeland Events

Sunday, September 29
707 East Pike Street

Tuesday, September 24 - Tuesday, November 12 
Times Vary
1703 E. Olive Way
Seattle, WA 98102
Learn how to set up a home bar and tend it like a pro. Each course at Tommy Gun includes a general spirits overview, glassware, bar tools, bartennding techniques, classic drink recipes and current trends. Classes take place right at the bar, are limited to 12 people and are about 1.5 hours in length. Things kick off on Tuesday, 9/24 with our Intro to Whiskey class. Find out more here.
Thursday, October 3
925 E Pike St

Mayoral candidates Mayor Mike McGinn and Sen. Ed Murray will meet on the Barboza stage to go toe to toe on the issues that matter most to Capitol Hill. Residents and business owners of Seattle's most exciting neighborhood will come together for an interactive discussion with the candidates to find out how Capitol Hill lives, works, plays, and what each candidate believes the mayor's role is promoting that vision. 

Audience participation is highly encouraged, and attendees will be able to submit questions on-site, or by tweeting using the hashtag #CapHillMayor. Additionally, the Capitol Hill Mayoral Forum is the only event that will allow you to vote by cocktail. Vote early, vote often. 

Tickets are free but must be reserved. Learn more. 
Richard Hugo House Presents:Word Works: Writers on Writing

Friday, October 4 - Friday, May 30, 2014
$10 General | $8 Hugo House Members
Richard Hugo House
1634 11th Ave

You can tell when a writer is good at what they do, but how exactly do they do it? At Word Works, you can watch the process of genius unfold as writers give craft talks on a certain element of writing they've mastered, along with close readings of their own work. After, the writers will be interviewed by a notable editor, writer, or critic.

There are six writers coming for the 2013-14 inaugural Word Works season. To find out who they are and how to get tickets, check out the event page here!

Saturday, October 26
Cal Anderson Park
1635 11th Ave W

Seattle's favorite urban Halloween event, Hilloween, returns Sunday, October 26th- and it's sure to delight kids of all ages. From 12:00pm to 3:30pm mini-firefighters, tiny princesses, and itty-bitty zombies alike will be tricked and treated to music, candy and plenty of fun age-appropriate activities. The festivities will take place at Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill and will include musical performances by Caspar Babypants, Recess Monkey, and the musical stylings of DJ LA Kendall. Enjoy carnival games, jugglers, stiltwalkers, a bouncy house and Fonsi the Performing Dog all underneath a big top tent. And of course, there will be plenty of trick or treating afterwards on Broadway from local merchants. 

For more information, check out the event page.
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