We still have a few days before the weekend hits, but our friend Nancy Guppy is here to give us an early heads-up on what not to miss around town!
For more information regarding the events, follow the links below:
“A Rose is a rose is a rose”, works from the Virginia and Bagley Wright Collection runs now thru January 17th at the Wright Exhibition Space.
Eli Rosenfeld’s new project, “Si Limon”, is an electric Afro Cuban project and the band will release their debut EP on Halloween @ Nectar Lounge in Fremont.
Rachel Kessler launches her “Public Health Poetry Project” with readings in The Henry Art Museum restroom on Friday, October 26th and in the Richard Hugo House restroom on Thursday, November 8th.
“The Skriker” by Caryl Churchhill, directed by Janice Findlay, runs now thru 11/11 @ The Erickson Theatre on Capitol Hill.
Pick up your copy of Seattle Restaurant Guru Tom Douglas’s newest book, “The Dahlia Bakery Cookbook: Sweetness in Seattle”.