The weekend weather prediction is reasonable for Friday, and the back to rain for the forecastable future. (i’m not sure we’ll ever out-do last weekend’s lovely spring weather).
Here’s some neighborhood events to keep you entertained:
- Friday at 8pm: DASSDance performs Fighting Water, an “all-terrain dance project” at Langston Hughes. Someone with an appreciation of dance should go to this tomorrow and then come back and tell us what it’s all about.
- Friday at 9pm: The Sam Marshall Trio is performing at St. Clounds in Madrona, where drinks and dinner will be served until midnight
- All Weekend: Seattle artist Wynne Greenwood is exhibiting Sweated at the Lee Center at Seattle U. Hours are 1:30pm – 6:00pm daily, and admission is FREE.
- Saturday at 10:00am: It’s time for the quarterly Squire Park Community Council meeting. It’s your chance to have a conversation with city councilman Tim Burgess, chair of the Public Safety Committee.
- Saturday at 12:00pm: Your chance to learn to crochet with your neighbors, as you work with artist Mandy Green in the creation of a 200 foot long (!) temporary art project celebrating city creeks.
Update: Missed a couple of things in my late-night post:
- Saturday 9am – 11am – There’s a work party scheduled at the Spring Street P-patch to build paths and spread wood chips. The patch is at the corner of 25th & Spring.
- Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 7:00pm and 9:30pm: Central Cinema (a CDNews sponsor), is showing Say Anything – the great Seattle-based Cameron Crowe movie that is celebrating its 20th Anniversary (!!)
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