It’s an “epic food and drink celebration” heralding the beginning of the Pacific Northwest’s Most Beautiful Season™, featuring food and cocktails from Bar Sajor, Ravishing Radish Catering, and Rain Shadow Meats (among others). $25.
The Zimbabwean author reads from her novel We Need New Names, which is about a 10-year-old Zimbabwean immigrant. Free.
Chef Jim Drohman feels so strongly about the labeling of genetically modified foods, he’s going to feed you snacks at his lovely Cafe Presse while you get educated about it. “Yes on 522 will certainly be outspent by Big Ag, so all we have is organizing,” he says. Come learn what the hell GMOs are, what foods they’re in, why labeling them is important, and what you can do to help. Come! (And call 709-7674 to RSVP so he knows how many to expect.) $5.22 suggested donation.
Come join in for all three parts of this panel and workshop series at the Vera. The first panel, Art and Activism, will include local artists discussing how they view art as a catalyst for activism. The second event is titled "Seattle Style Racism and Cultural Differences," and the last is "Sharing Our Stories of Power, Privilege, and Oppression." All three of these are the third Thursday of the month, starting on March 21st. You may bring food in lieu of the entrance fee! $0 to $10.
Join this panel discussion with artists, academics, and a biologist, as part of the Art+Science Salon series, a collaboration of the Tacoma Art Museum and the University of Puget Sound. Free.
Spatz's new story collection is titled Half as Happy. He's from Spokane. Free.
Modern-day, Putin-run Russia is the setting for Matthew's spy thriller, Red Sparrow. Free.
The Spirit Room is a debut novel about two girls who become hoax mediums to make money in Civil War-era America. Free.