📅 We planned your weekend (and your whole month)
Today, we’re giving our members a specially curated weekend itinerary. From drinking wine and reading books to celebrating a local favorite bar’s 8th birthday, and watching alllllll the theater, we’re running the gamut on making the most of our Emerald City.
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Things to do
🎼 Listen to the the Seattle Symphony’s legacy of Aretha Franklin featuring a powerhouse vocalist and full symphony orchestra through Sunday, Jan. 23 (Downtown)
💦 Join the fun of Punk Rock Aerobics for all bodies and fitness levels, hosted by Cafe Racer (Capitol Hill)
🎶 Listen, dance, workshop and jam out at the Bellingham Folk Festival, through Sunday, Jan. 23 (Bellingham)
💄 Enjoy one night of a seven-part drag show series at Queer/Bar, featuring performer Eureka O’Hara (Capitol Hill)
💃 Dance the night away at The Crocodile’s Soul Music Dance Party, where they’ll be playing 100% vintage vinyl (Belltown)
🏃 Swing on by for free parkour lessons at Pier 62, family-friendly fun, rain or shine (Downtown)
🎲 Bring out your best game face for board game night at Mox Boarding House (Ballard)
✨ Go pinball-ing at the Ice Box’s Split Flipper Sundays for $5 per two person team (Fremont)
🎹 Join NYC organist-pianist Brian Charette for an evening of Jazz at the Royal Room (Columbia City)
👋 Get schooled in all things gnocchi with Chef Ethan Stowell and have a hand at making it with friends over light refreshments (Downtown)
📕 Join author Bernadine Evaristo as she talks about her latest book “Girl, Woman, Other” and her upcoming memoir “Manifesto” (Online)
🍸 Learn about Seattle's dive bars, taverns and psychedelic experiences of the past with author Brad Holden (Downtown)
🐱 Get your heckle on at Central Cinema’s showing of Cats, and send your heckles to the big screen using your phone (Central District)
💃 Learn the Tango in a six-week course at the Lowdown Ballroom, running every Wednesday through Feb. 9 (Capitol Hill)
🎼 Listen to the Seattle Symphony accompanied by composer and multi-instrumentalist Kishi Bashi in a performance honoring the stories of Japanese internment survivors (Downtown)
🎤 Chuckle along as you watch a queer friendly comedy showcase at The North Star Diner (Phinney Ridge)
One more thing….
Before you go, here’s a few of my own personal recommendations for your weekend:
☕ Drink the White Hazelnut Latte from Coffeeholic House, a Vietnamese coffee shop with two locations in Seattle. There’s not much of a better way to start (or end) your day.
🎶 Listen to “Somebody New” by Blossom Dearie,” a perfect little tune to kickstart your daydreams.
📽️ Watch Charade, a romcom mystery starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn from 1963. I didn’t know a heartwarming thriller existed, but here it is!
Thanks as always for reading along! I’ll see ya back here next week :)
— Hannah at The Evergrey
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