Our community calendar is chock full of fun this weekend. Here’s some things to get out and do:
- Central Cinema (a CDNews sponsor) is show Hitchcock’s classics Psycho (7pm) and Vertigo (9:30pm) each night through next Thursday
- The kids at Lake Washington Girls Middle School have two more performances of Wizard of Oz, 7pm Friday and Saturday nights at MOHAI down in Montlake.
- There’s a benefit concert at the Paramount tonight to raise money for Garfield High School’s award-winning music programs.
- Neighborhood preschool King Street Co-op is holding a dinner/auction/concert fundraiser on Saturday evening
- Want to get back on your bike? Check out The Bikery’s Getting Back in the Saddle class, Sunday at noon
- Interested in urban gardening? Check out The Garden Project sunday night at Hiawatha Lofts.
- Bring your big brain to The BottleNeck Lounge’s Trivia Night this Sunday at 7pm. The real smarties even win prizes
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You rock! I got that in super late, so I really appreciate the mention. Thanks!
Elaina – I’m not sure I’ll be able to make this as I’m going to SJFF’s screening of Tevye on Sunday morning. Are there other classes available at the Bikery? I need to tune/fit my bicycle, and would like tips/skills for commuter biking.
And don’t forget, Sunday looks like a perfect day to stay in a make soup for Wednesday night’s Central District Soup Swap!
Right now, we are working on our upcoming schedule, but we should have new classes posted to our website (www.thebikery.org) and Facebook page (facebook.com/bikery) soon. If you visit our website, you can subscribe to our newsletter, which we don’t send out more than once a month, and that will include the full schedule of upcoming classes. We try to offer Basic Bicycle Maintenance once each month and also a class on a specific bike part such as wheels, breaks, and drivetrain for more focused material. If you’re just looking to tune up your bike, you can always stop by during our regular shop hours: Saturdays 12-6 and Sunday-Tuesday 2-8. There for $5/hr, you can have access to all the tools and a volunteer mechanic to coach you through repairs. We have a shop full of used parts and some new parts (such as cables and housing) at reasonable prices to help you get going too. Typically, the beginning of the shift is the slowest, so you can get more personal attention then (but now that I’ve said that, expect everyone to show up then). I can be reached at [email protected] if you have other questions. Thanks!