Events for Dec 9, 2018
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Radical Women’s gastronomic delights are back by popular demand! Let us do the cooking so you can delight coworkers, family and friends while helping the fight for women’s rights and social justice. We’d love to have your help! It’s loads of fun and all skill levels are welcome. Join the baking team by emailing RWseattle@mindspring.com […]Find out more »
ABRAHAM INC. Featuring David Krakauer, Fred Wesley, and Socalled Saturday, December 8 6:30 pm happy hour | 7:30 pm show SJCC An unprecedented collaboration of three cultural visionaries: David Krakauer, a champion of klezmer and world-class clarinetist; Fred Wesley, the legendary funk trombonist known for playing with James Brown and George Clinton; and Socalled, a […]Find out more »
Tulalip Resort Casino is bringing Santa Claus to town on Sunday, December 9 from 9 a.m. until 12noon in the Resort’s Orca Ballroom. The Ballroom will be adorned with festive decor complete with Candy Cane Arch, Frosty the Snowman, Santa’s Reindeer and Elves and a holiday tree—even Mrs. Claus will be there. Children of all […]Find out more »
Bellevue or Seattle departures available! Light up your December with Leavenworth’s famous Christmas Tree Lighting. For the ultimate day trip, hop on our luxury bus with your friends and family and head over the mountains. Once we arrive, you’ll have free time to explore this little Bavarian village, and watch everything come to life as […]Find out more »
Fever Dreams | new works by Sofia Arnold at ZINC contemporary Artist Reception Thursday, December 6, 2018, in conjunction with First Thursday Art Walk Exhibit runs November 18 - December 29, 2018 Contact: Laura Zeck, founder + curator - Laura@ZINCcontemporary.com - 206.627.7378 ZINC contemporary is excited to announce a solo exhibition of watercolor and oil […]Find out more »
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