October 4, 2013
Want to Get Your Capitol Hill Business or Organization News in this Newsletter?
Find out how here.  

Pay $25 rather than $60 for your Zipcar Membership! See promotion details here

Enjoy 10% Off All Photo Center NW Classes and Workshops

See promotion details here
See what the newest Photo Center NW executive director has to say about the 30 year old organization!

The Friends of the Conservatory will be hosting a pumpkin carving contest! Read the rules and details of he event!

It may be fall but don't let the weather stop you from enjoying some delicious seasonal flavors at Molly Moon's!
Richard Hugo House Presents:Word Works: Writers on Writing

Friday, October 4 - Friday, May 30
$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 5
LTD Art Gallery
307 E Pike St.

Girl In Landscape a new art show featuring over fifty new works by Seattle artist, Siolo Thompson. 

Enjoy complimentary beverages and live set from DJ Hojo, sponsored by Jones Soda. 

For more information, click here
Paris Eastside Classes (816 East Pike St Seattle, WA 98122)
Paris Eastside Ongoing Classes  

816 East Pike St

Friday, October 4

Saturday, October 5
Times Vary

Wednesday, October 9
Sunday, October 6 
Velocity Founders Theater 
1621 12th Avenue 

Join director/performer Joan Laage (Kogut Butoh), collaborators Kaoru Okumura and Jackie An, with artists Douglas Ridings, Tanja Woloshen and Velocity co-founder Michele Miller in a roundtable discussion focused on gender fluidity and transformation in the creative arts. Learn how to RSVP here. 

Monday, October 7, 2013 
1410 E Pine St 

Milton Tam, of Puget Sound Mycological Society, will be presenting a brief description of mushroom biology, before describing a bit about picking wild mushrooms, and then helping each attendee make a kit to grow their own oyster mushrooms! 

For schedule details, see the original post. 

Sunday, October 6
Cintli Latin Folklore
202 Broadway E

Come enjoy live music from duet, Onda Verde! No cover. For more information, or to RSVP, email contact@cintli.com. See original post here. 

FREE Refreshments Available
Wednesday, October 9
6 - 7:30PM 
1928 E. 43rd Ave, Suite 8

Speaker, Karen Kent will teach you: 

- Normal aging vs the most common non-normal changes 
- When a parent should no longer be living independently 
- Strategies for intervening when it's time to make a change 

Wednesday, October 9
Photo Center NW
900 12th Ave
Tickets: $10 Non-Members | $8 Members 

Photographer and National Geographic's Traveler of the Year Theron Humphrey and his sweet-natured Coonhound Maddie are making their Seattle stop on the Maddie Book Tour. Humphrey will discuss 'Why We Rescue,' a yearlong story-telling documentary across all 50 states highlighting how pets transform our lives for the better. Read more about Humphrey.

Thursday, October 10 
6:30 - 8:30PM  
Velocity Dance Center
1621 12th Ave

A panel talk + community conversation exploring gender stereotypes and the body. From small press zines through mainstream comic superheroes, dance performance and "nerdlesque", hear from some of the most engaged local artists + publishers on the topic. Come share your view on how these perceptions of embodiment influence pop culture - or is it the other way around? 

Check out the list of panelists here!

Sunday, October 20
E Pine St/11th Ave, next to Cal Anderson Park

Capitol Hill's East Pine Street is home to all sorts of action and as a result it gets a bit dirty. So we're sweepin' the streets our cars call home and inviting Zipsters, friends, and family to join us for our Fall Zipster Street Cleanup! Lend a hand and we'll hook you up with lunch, some cool swag, and a couple hours of free driving*. Many hands make light work so bring a few friends and we'll hook everyone up! Read more and RSVP here
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.

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.
Change Your Email Preferences for Our Email List and Get ONLY the News You Want
Go to the bottom of this email to change your preference by clicking on the Update Profile/Email Address link and follow the prompts. You can sign up for both lists if you want, or unsubscribe if you no longer want any mailings. 
1641 Nagle Place, Suite 003, Seattle,WA 206-328-6646