October 11, 2013
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Stories
Watch the Lesbian & Gay Film Festival trailer that features Capitol Hill residents--you may be in it!

Read about the amazing UW senior scholarship recipient that received $2000 for her college education.
 
Learn about the ongoing efforts to make Seattle the next "City of Literature!"

Learn how to get involved with the Blitz Art walk!
 
Read what the Women Century Club is doing with the funds they were awarded by 4Culture. 
 
Events

Thursday, October 10 - Sunday, October 20
Times and Venues Vary (Visit the Website for Details) Tickets $5 & Up

The 18th Annual Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, presented by Xfinity, returns October 10-20! This year's festival is more ambitious than ever before, combining the very best in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) film along with unique live performances. From Cannes award winners to world premieres, you'll see films you won't see anywhere else. There is something for all ages. See the original post here. 
Cintli Presents: Live Latin Dance Music

Friday, October 4 
6-8PM
Cintli
202 Broadway E

Enjoy the music of Alfredo Chavez, a composer, performer and musician born in Panama.

Read more about him here
Mixology 101 Course: Intro to Bitters & Vermouths

Sunday, October 13
4PM
1703 E. Olive Way $40
(Reservations Required)

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, bartending 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. Tommy Gun is actively accepting reservations for the following but space is filling up fast!

 
The Three Dragons: Dementia, Delirium, and Depression

Saturday, Tuesday, October 15
6-7:30PM
1928 E. 43rd Ave, Suite 8
Complimentary Refreshments

Speaker: Karen Kent 
Learn about: 
  • Three critical elements that impact aging and how to minimize the risk for you or a loved one 
  • Perfect for a senior alone, a senior couple with a spouse who faces one of these three, or an adult child trying to support a family member 
LTD Art Gallery Presents: Girl in Landscape Opening Reception 

11am - 7pm Tuesday through Saturday
12pm to 6pm Sunday
Closed Monday
307 E Pike St. 

Vixen or Vamp, Damsel or Heroine - pop culture representations of the female form have reflected trends, shaped expectations, and changed the way we see women in the world.

This exhibition of art work will explore popular female archetypes and visually develop the worlds they inhabit in a lush series of large scale oil paintings and assiduously rendered drawings.


Friday, October 18
7:30PM
Richard Hugo House
1634 11th Avenue

Get up to date on your gossip and come see fiction writer and Guggenheim Fellowship winner Richard Bausch; highly anthologized author of the forthcoming An Untamed State Roxane Gay; Hugo writer-in-residence and poet Kary Wayson; and Seattle musician John Osebold read and play music on the theme "People Will Talk." The bar will be open, and books will be for sale. The event will take place in the theater, where we have a second bar. 

Read more about the series and the featured authors or buy a ticket!
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