The CDNews event calendar has a bunch of stuff to do this weekend. If you would like your event listed, mouse-over “Post” in the navigation bar and click “Post an Event.”
Here’s a look at what’s going on:
When: Saturday, February 4, 2012 09:00 AM – 02:00 PM
Where: Cafe Weekend – 851 Hiawatha Place S. Seattle, WA 98144
What: BIRTHDAY & ANNUAL PRE-VALENTINES CELEBRATION
Come and celebrate our 3rd birthday here at Cafe Weekend!
We will be hosting SWEETHEART valentine cookie decorating & craft table from 9am – 11am, while supplies last.
Listening to vintage soul & jazz 45’s by DJ Greasy and calling BINGO from noon – 2pm.
Come spend your Saturday morning with us at Cafe Weekend!
Usnaps will also be here for you and your valentine with our ‘sweetheart conversations’ photobooth!
When: Saturday, February 4, 2012 11:00 AM – 03:00 PM
Where: Immortal Dog Pet Supply and Bakery 1712 S Jackson St Seattle WA 98144
What: Join us as we host another amazing adoption event at Immortal Dog.
Salty Dog Rescue will be on hand with their precious pups ready for their forever homes.
Check the Immortal Dog website closer to the adoption to see some of the pups that will be at the event!
Many of you have pets and are not looking for another companion but you may have friends that are! Please share this among your friends so we can get all these pups homes!!! Immortal Dog thanks you for your support!!
When: Monday, February 6, 2012 06:30 PM – 09:00 PM
Where: Judkins Street Cafe 2608 S Judkins Street (On Judkins just west of MLK Way)
What: Judkins Street Cafe will host “Celebrating Roots” a Meatless Monday feast.
This reservations-only $20 prix fixe 3-course meal, will have a selection of offerings featuring root vegetables and other vegan and vegetarian delectables. The menu and other details are available at www.judkinsstreetcafe.com/meatless.
When: Monday, February 6, 2012 07:00 PM – 09:00 PM
Where: The Northwest African American Museum 2300 S Massachusetts Street
What: Rebecca Walker Presented by Elliott Bay Books and NAAM.
Co-presented with the NORTHWEST AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSEUM. Rebecca Walker has written insightful memoirs (Baby LOve, Black, White and Jewish)—and she has compiled lively, engaging anthologies – One Big Happy Family, and What Makes a Man. She is here this evening with another of the latter, Black Cool: One Thousand Streams of Blackness (Soft Skull Press).
The idea of voluntary meatless Mondays was started as a war conservation effort during World War I and has been revitalized in recent years as a national campaign that encourages people to cut out meat one day a week for their health and the health of the planet.