3/14-3/20

MONDAY 3/14:

seattle jewish film festival is going on all this week!

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pi day at high 5 pie. open-close.

high 5 pie. 1400 12th ave.

celebrate pi day with $3.14 flipsides (normally $3.50-$3.75).

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pi day at 3.14 bakery.

3.14 bakery. 9602 16th ave sw.

celebrate pi day with $3 personal pies and $1 pie pops!

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pi day at shoofly pie. 10am-8pm.

shoofly pie. 4444 california ave sw.

celebrate pi day with $3.14 slices of fruit and shoofly pie!

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5th ave theatre tour. noon.

free. all ages. tour lasts approximately 20 minutes.

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pi day at pie. noon-3:14pm.

pie. 3515 fremont ave n. suite b.

celebrate pi day with $3.14 pies and 3 mini pies for $3.14!

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“envisioning capitol hill’s future prospects” open house. 12:30-2pm.

room 230 b, architecture building, university of washington.

free. all ages. uw undergrad architecture students will be presenting their proposals for the capitol hill light rail station. light lunch will be provided.

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“afternoon tea.” 4-6pm.

whole foods, westlake location. 2210 westlake ave.

$5 (benefits the whole planet foundation). all ages. three tea options and snacks, including strawberry scones and cucumber mint sandwiches.

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“pie slam.” 6:30pm.

cakespy shop. 415 e. pine st.

free, registration encouraged (space is limited). all ages. four and 20 blackbirds and cakespy are teaming up to present the first ever “pi slam,” a writing (poetry slam)/baker (pie recipe) competition.

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“cineoke!” 7pm.

jewelbox theater. the rendezvous. 2322 2nd ave.

$5. doors 6:30pm. like karaoke, but to your favorite movie musicals.

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james gleik. 7:30-9pm.

great hall, town hall. 1119 8th ave.

$5. all ages. gleick’s most recent book is the information: a history a theory, a flood.

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TUESDAY 3/15:

mccaw hall tour. noon-1pm.

free, pre-registration required. all ages.

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20% 0ff at talerico’s.

talerico’s pizzeria. 4718 california ave sw.

to celebrate/debut their new menu, talerico’s is offering 20% your entire bill today! print off the coupon and bring it in for the discount.

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fundraiser for international medical corps.

king’s hardware, linda’s, smith, oddfellows.

21+ (in the evening). 100% of proceeds from the day will be donated to the international medical corps. for japan relief.

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joanne woiak. 6-7:30pm.

room 220, odegaard, university of washington.

free. all ages. joanne woiak (uw disability studies) “voices from the washington archives: eugenics and forced sterilizations in state institutions.” this is part of the “unspeakable: disability, history, identity, and rights” lecture series.

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sounders fc’s 1st game of the season! 6:30pm.

home game (quest field): sounders fc vs. la galaxy.

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history cafe. 7pm.

roy street coffee and tea (starbucks). 700 broadway e.

free, rsvp encouraged. all ages. different topic and expert speakers month! presented by mohai, history link, spl, kcts 9.

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lisa taylor. 7pm.

elliott bay book co. 1521 10th ave.

free. all ages. taylor, education program manager for seattle tilth, is the author of your farm in the city: an urban-dweller’s guide to growing food and raising animals.

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girl talk. march 15 & 16. doors 7pm.

showbox. sodo. *UPDATE: SOLD OUT*

$20 (plus $9+ fees).  21+.

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“cakearokee.” 9pm-cl.

highline bar. 210 broadway e.

free. 21+. karaoke and (rotating vegan) cake specials.

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WEDNESDAY 3/16:

“st. paddy’s day happy hour.” 5-7pm.

whole foods, westlake location. 2210 westlake ave.

celebrate st. patrick’s day with a traditional irish corned beef and cabbage dinner, beer and wine.

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“9-5” office party. 7pm.

central cinema. 1411 21st ave.

$8 adv/$10 door. all ages. film screening of “9-5” and office party with name tags, bring a photocopy of your butt for free popcorn, chance to win tickets to the 9-5 the musical, and more!

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girl talk. march 15 & 16. doors 7pm.

showbox. sodo. *UPDATE: SOLD OUT*

$20 (plus $9+ fees).  21+.

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tea obreht. 7pm.

elliott bay book co. 1521 10th ave.

free. all ages. obreht is the author of the novel the tiger’s wife.

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craft night. 7:30pm.

neptune coffee. 8415 greenwood ave n.

“stitch and b*word night” every wednesday: $1 off all glasses of wine, join knitters, crocheters, etc.

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THURSDAY 3/17:

moisture festival starts! today-april 10.

prices and locations vary.

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there are a number of places to celebrate st. patrick’s day!

food, live musical performances, dancing, traditional food, drink specials and more…

3rd annual beer blast at the palace ballroom ($30).

century ballroom st. patty’s day dance square dancing ($7).

conor byrne will have several bands playing.

fado will have bands playing all day and irish food (cover).

fx mcrory’s will have bands playing and irish food. (no cover).

kells will have bands playing all day and t-shirt included ($20).

owl n’ thistle will have two bands playing (cover).

murphy’s will have have several bands playing (cover).

sunset tavern’s st. patrick’s day party: def leprechaun & the jv ($6).

there’s also the blarney stone, blue moon tavern, molly mcguires, the ould triangle, the elysian, t.s. mchugh’s.

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belltown art walk. 6-cl.

free. all ages. art walk throughout the belltown neighborhood, many businesses will have opening receptions with the artists.

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“hip-hop showcase.” 7:30-10:30pm.

ethnic cultural theatre. 3940 brooklyn ne.

$4. all ages. presented by chid 250 students from the university of washington, featuring spoken word, break dancers, slam poetry, music, and more! $1 raffle tickets (for autographed memorabilia from local athletes, artists, etc.) will be available for purchase. all proceeds benefit the umojafest p.e.a.c.e. center.

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“leprechaun in the hood” screening. 8pm.

central cinema. 1411 21st ave.

$6 adv/$8 door. all ages. green beer will be available to purchase too!

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ffok. 9pm.

vermillion gallery. 1508 11th ave.

free. “frances farmer organ karoake” is like normal karoke, but better! choose a song to sing from the song book and you will be accompanied by someone playing an organ! this ffok will be even more special because it will be st. patrick’s day themed/inspired!

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FRIDAY 3/18:

14th annual daffodil day/daffodil giveaway! 11:30am-1pm.

pike place market area, downtown.

free. all ages. pike place market community members will be handing out 12,000 daffodils to people in the area to celebrate spring (sun 3/20)!

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free fry friday. 5-7pm.

pike street fish fry. 925 e. pike st.

free french fries, $2 new belgium beer.

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university district art walk. 6-9pm.

free. all ages. many of the businesses will have opening receptions with the artists.

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“friday night at the meaningful movies.” 7-9:30pm.

keystone congregational united church of christ. 5019 keystone place n.

free (donations welcome). all ages. showing “tapped,” there will be a facilitated discussion following the film.

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live musical performances. 7-9:30pm.

alley upstairs room, cafe allegro. 4214 university way ne.

free. all ages. featuring rotating musicians.

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hugo literary series: “born in the usa.” 7:30pm.

richard hugo house. 1634 11th ave.

$25 adv/$15 student/senior. all ages. featuring work (in response to the “born in the usa” theme) by poet/artist alan chong lau, novelist victor lavalle, novelist debra magpie earling, and rapper khingz.

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live musical performances. 9:30-midnight.

talerico’s pizzeria. 4718 california ave sw.

free. 21+. featuring northwest sons and ethan tucker. also late night happy hour discounts on food 11pm-1am.

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SATURDAY 3/19:

free day at wing luke museum. 10-8pm.

special family fun day activity: trading cards with romson regarde bustillo.

free. all ages. learn how to make relief prints with imagery from the sheng xiao or chinese zodiac. make small “editions” to trade with others!

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seattle bushwick book club plays “where the sidewalk ends.” 11am-noon.

downstairs, town hall. 1119 8th ave.

$5 adult with kid. all ages (kids 12 and under free). this is the seattle bushwick book club’s first family friendly show; they will write and perform songs in response to shel silverstein’s where the sidewalk ends.

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bbq and rummage sale. 11-4pm.

whole foods, roosevelt square location. 1026 ne 64th st.

benefits the whole planet foundation.

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opening of dae show. 11-5pm.

frye art museum. 704 terry ave.

free. all ages. degenerate art ensemble’s first museum exhibition opens today! there will be a gallery talk with dae’s co-artistic directors haruko nishimura and joshua kohl and frye deputy director, exhibitions and collections robin held at 2pm.

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genki sushi special!

genki sushi usa, capitol hill location. 1620 broadway suite h.

all sushi items $1.00 per plate! menu items only, dine-in only, can’t be combined with other discounts/promotions.

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7th annual stiff (seattle’s true independent film festival) pub crawl. 3pm.

seven different locations, capitol hill.

$20 donation (includes stiff t-shirt and drink specials). 21+. starts at the unicorn, ends at capitol club.

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word up! scrabble tournament for charity! 3:30pm.

the skylark lounge. 3803 delridge way sw.

$5/person. 21+. three 45 min rounds, prizes for highest score and runners up, raffle (tickets for sale). benefits aarf.

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“r&b baked goods potluck showdown.” 4pm.

arabica lounge. 1550 e. olive way.

free, rsvp (fun@arabicalounge.com) to participate. all ages. “70’s r&b” attire required. prizes for best attire, best dancer, best name, and more!

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the round #1. 9pm.

columbia city theater. 4916 rainier ave s.

$8 adv/$10 day. featuring musical performances by drew grow, matt and mike gervais (curtains for you), shenandoah davis, live painting by fritha strand, and local poets!

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SUNDAY 3/20:

25th anniversary of the big climb. start times vary.

columbia center. 701 5th ave. *UPDATE: SOLD OUT*

$40/person adv. all ages. get a team together and start fundraising for a great cause (the leukemia & lymphoma society)!

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west seattle farmers market. 10-2pm.

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ballard street market. 10-3pm.

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fremont street market. 10-5pm.

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adult pick-up soccer game. 10:30am.

hiawatha playfield. 2700 california ave sw.

free. all ages and skill levels, men and women. this happens every sunday!

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genki sushi special!

genki sushi usa, capitol hill location. 1620 broadway suite h.

all sushi items $1.00 per plate! menu items only, dine-in only, can’t be combined with other discounts/promotions.

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magic lantern. 2pm.

frye art museum. 704 terry ave.

free. all ages. “once upon a movie: cinema and fairy tales.” this lecture with film clips is part of the magic lantern series with film critic robert horton.

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samantha boshnack show. 5-9pm.

arabica lounge. 1550 e. olive way.

free. all ages. featuring musical performances by samantha boshnack, orkes manohara, toy boats, and more!

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“the bushwick book club seattle presents original music inspired by shel silverstein.” 9pm.

can can. 94 pike st.

$7 general/$12 vip. artists geoff larson, eva lang, bucket of honey, tai shan, wes weddell, the mogrel jews, anna coogan, mike votava/travis young, mark blasco, david hillman, eloise and alexsandra, don hopwood, michael wallenfels, and lydia west will write and perform songs in response to shel silverstein’s where the sidewalk ends.

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