November 5

Weekend to-do list



It’s hard to believe but it’s the first weekend in November!  Only a few more weeks until…oh, I won’t go there yet.  There’s way too much to do first.

  • Intiman Theatre brings the play “Abe Lincoln in Illinois” to History House (790 N. 34th St) tonight at 6:00 p.m.  It’s part of their Front Porch Theater program which takes a play to different neighborhood gathering spots and gets everyone to join in.  Family and friends read the play aloud then talk about it’s themes and ideas.  Cost is free and everyone is welcome to participate or just enjoy.
  • It’s the first Friday of the month so that means Fremont First Friday Art Walk from 6:00-9:00 p.m. no matter what the weather.  Art fans can get free tastes of 509 Wine (1300 N. Northlake Way, Suite 509) before starting their trek.  There’s a jewelry trunk show at Fremont Jewelry Design (3510 Fremont Pl N).  And painter Tyson Anthony Roberts has a new opening at Fremont Coffee Co. (459 N. 36th St).  But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.  Click here for an art walk map and a complete list of all showings.
  • After admiring Artwalk at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center (4272 Fremont Ave N), you can make your way upstairs and watch Sapience Dance Collective‘s fall show “Entitlement”.  Tickets are $15 general admission.  Performances are Friday at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday at 3:00 and 7:00.
  • Dusty Strings Acoustic Music Shop (3406 Fremont Ave N) hosts the 8th annual Folk Harp Symposium starting on Friday.  In conjunction, there will also be two harp concerts.  On Friday, Nicolas Carter, Shira Kammen and Patrick Ball perform at 7:30 p.m.  On Saturday, it’s Kim Robertson, Laurie Rasmussen and Seamas Gagne, also at 7:30 p.m.  Tickets are $18 and can be purchased at the door or by calling Dusty Strings at 206-634-1662.
  • Fremont Wine Warehouse (3601 Fremont Ave N) celebrates it’s 1-year anniversary this weekend.  In honor of the occasion, Wind River winemaker Joel Goodwillie returns to pour his wines.  From 3:00-6:00 p.m. on Saturday there will also be food pairings to go along with the vino. 
  • The 2nd annual Couch Fest Films goes from 11am-7pm on Saturday.  Watch short films in strangers’ houses.  $10 gets you an all-day festival pass to all 10 homes.  Each house plays the same program all day starting on the hour so you can choose your own schedule.  Click here for a map and movie info.
  • OmCulture (2210 N. Pacific St) debuts “Our Dancing Village” on Sunday from 4:00-5:30 p.m.  It’s a dance jam for the whole family that involves hula hooping, freestyling and ecstatic free form movement.  This will happen the 2nd Sunday of every month.  Cost is $3-$8 or $15 for the whole clan.

As usual for live music, check the calendars at High Dive, ToST and Nectar

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