It’s going to be a chilly weekend but don’t let that keep you from going out and enjoying what the hood has to offer.
- Two area arts organizations join forces to present “Earth”, which features the Seattle Dance Project dancing to Rock-n-Roll music arrangements and Classical selections played live by Simple Measures musicians. Performances run Friday through Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at the Fremont Abbey (4272 Fremont Ave N). Tickets range from $10-$28. Click here for more info.
- The 7th annual Blue November MicroFilmFest opened last night but runs through Saturday at The Upper Crust in Greenwood (8420 Greenwood Ave). See the trailer for Michael Falcone’s documentary on the Fremont Solstice Parade tonight at 8:00 p.m. They’ll also be showing a segment from it on Luminata. The festival features independant film, music and art. Admission is free but donations are gladly accepted. Click here for more info.
- The Fremont Neighborhood Council welcomes volunteers for its Adopt-a-Street Cleanup on Friday from 9:00-11:00 a.m. Anyone interested in helping should meet at the B.F. Day Powerhouse (3940 Fremont Ave N) for a community-wide clean up of Fremont Ave. and other parts of the neighborhood. Bags, gloves and trash grabbers will be provided.
- Experience wine at its best (which is the literal translation) at Le Vin A Son Apogee on Saturday from 5:30-10:30 p.m. at Fremont Studios (155 N. 35th St). Purchase VIP tickets to meet Bob Betz of Betz Family Winery or just taste some rare and highly rated wines (all 90 points and above) from around the world. Proceeds support Overlake Service League’s Breaktime/Mealtime program, which provides breakfast, lunch and snacks to children of low-income families during mid-winter and spring breaks. Tickets start at $150. You can make reservations here.
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