Every Friday, Lynn Jacobson, features editor with The Seattle Times, highlights a few events happening in the Seattle area over the weekend. Here are a few links to resources and information about upcoming events, February 22-24:
- Marvin Hamlisch Tribute at Seattle Symphony: The great Broadway and Hollywood composer was also the principal pops conductor at Seattle Symphony for many seasons. He died last year, and the orchestra pays homage by presenting some of his best-loved music, including “The Entertainer” (from “The Sting”); “Nobody Does It Better” (“The Spy Who Loved Me”); “One” (“A Chorus Line”) and more. Performances continue through this Sunday. Visit the Seattle Symphony website for more info.
- Northwest Flower and Garden Show: This year, the annual expo has 350 exhibits and vendors, and a fun, Hollywood theme. It runs through Sunday at the convention center.Visit their official website for more information.
- Celluloid Seattle Day at MOHAI: From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, MOHAI celebrates Seattle’s cinematic history with screenings and hands-on activities. Then at 4 p.m. it hosts an Oscar party, with host Warren Etheredge. Patrons will watch red-carpet arrivals and the ceremony on a big screen and compete in Oscar-themed games to win prizes.Visit the MOHAI website for more info.