GE2, the "experiential entertainment" event happening at the CenturyLink Field Event Center this weekend, will have Esports, laser tag, racing drones, and more. Shutterstock.com

Our arts critics have already recommended 55 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 28 best concerts, but there are still hundreds more events happening. To prevent some of the quirkier and more extraordinary ones from slipping through the cracks, we've compiled them here—from Hygge: The Exhibit to the Wild Mushroom Show, from the Georgetown Haunted History Tour to Pumpkin Carving With Cats, and from the Aki-Con anime and manga festival to NadaFest. For even more options this week, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

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TUESDAY

MUSIC

1. Rare Air: A Night of Transcendental Ambient Music
Rare Air is a recurring showcase of meditative ambient sets by guest DJs and producers. This iteration will feature Japanese minimalist composer Aki Tsuyuko and house and techno soundscape architect Raj.

PERFORMANCE

2. Scorci Dell'anno
See a compilation of several short puppet shadow pieces and two "crankie stories" (moving shadow boxes) presented by Trivia Puppet Company. They'll also host a screening of a collaborative work-in-progress shot in Piacenza, Italy for Teatro Gioco Vita, as well as a short stop-motion animation piece made in Prague.

READINGS & TALKS

3. BAHFest with Zach Weinersmith
BAHFest is a celebration of scientific theories that are "well-argued and thoroughly researched but completely incorrect." Hear the scientists behind these very theories present their work to a panel of judges (and a live audience) to win the BAHFest trophy.

4. Bryan Johnston with Boris S. Wort
Boris S. Wort, a stupendously evil guy with a pulled-down, shapeless hat, was the name of the nemesis of famous clown J.P. Patches. TV historian Bryan Johnston will be joined by Wort (real name Bob Newman) for a discussion of his new book Boris S. Wort, The Second Meanest Man in the World.

5. Lynda V. Mapes: Witness Tree: Seasons of Change with a Century-Old Oak
Local author and Seattle Times reporter Lynda Mapes will discuss her latest book, Witness Tree, which chronicles the year she spent with hundred-year-old oak trees in the Harvard Forest of Massachusetts, and explains how the tree has been impacted by global warming.

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY

FESTIVALS

6. Seattle Interactive Conference
Seattle Interactive Conference is the culmination of the best technology that online business professionals, developers, and entrepreneurs from around the world have to offer. SIC brings technology, creativity, and current trends to one place for tech lovers to explore and discover. Attendees will be able to network and mingle with individuals in the tech industry while enjoying disruptive technology, business models, social media apps, new games, advertising, and more hands-on entertainment.

TUESDAY-THURSDAY

ART

7. LGBTQ / LDS Closing Week
Melinda Hannah is a Mormon artist whose project LGBTQ / LDS (styled in print in a crossword-style L-shape, with both words sharing the beginning letter) aims to spread love by showcasing painted portraits of queer members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

WEDNESDAY

COMMUNITY

8. Walkable Washington Symposium
Feet First's annual event brings together professionals and advocates from around Washington State to share their advocacy projects that contribute to creating walkable communities. Some of the speakers at this year's event include Washington State Transportation Center director Mark Hallenbeck, who will discuss how big data and new technology can help improve planning and mobility, the City of Kent's senior planner Hayley Bonsteel, and many others.

FOOD & DRINK

9. Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Live
Be a guest at a live show with Milk Street TV and Radio founder/host Christopher Kimball. Audience members will have the chance to participate in taste tests, compete in onstage cooking competitions, ask Kimball live questions, and learn about Milk Street's food adventures in Thailand, Mexico, Peru, London, South Africa, and the Middle East.

PERFORMANCE

10. Carnal Appetites II: A Cabaret of Kink
Go on a journey of the senses at this burlesque show hosted by Loewa de Boom Boom and featuring Fosse Jack & Sailor St.Claire, Lady Drew Blood, Seraphina Firo, and others. Allow them to "lead you on a path of shocking displays of dominance, submission, and several surprise indulgences."

READINGS & TALKS

11. Doug Stanton: The Odyssey of Echo Company
Join Doug Stanton as he presents his new book, The Odyssey of Echo Company, which features extensive interviews, personal letters, and Pentagon after-action reports from a Vietnam War platoon.

12. History Cafe: Woodland: The Story of the Animals and People of Woodland Park Zoo
Follow the history of Woodland Park Zoo from its 19th-century beginnings to its present with John Bierlein, author of Woodland: The Story of the Animals and People of Woodland Park Zoo.

13. Mark Leiren-Young
Journalist, filmmaker, playwright, and author Mark Leiren-Young will discuss his book The Killer Whale Who Changed the World, an account of the first publicly exhibited captive killer whale, Moby Doll.

WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY

ART

14. Hygge: The Exhibit
Hygge is a Danish and Norwegian word that encapsulates values of hospitality, warmth, community, and general coziness. Visit the Museum of Danish America’s traveling Hygge exhibition to see different aspects of the concept, from food to furniture (and candles, of course).

PERFORMANCE

15. Relativity
Mark St. Germain's Relativity, presented at Taproot as part of the National New Play Network's rolling world premiere program, is about Albert Einstein's lost daughter and a 1948 investigation into Einstein's true personal history.

WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY

PERFORMANCE

16. American Buffalo
Don, Bobby, and Teach plan a robbery of a collection of rare coins in Seattle Immersive Theater's production of David Mamet's famously gritty and profane American Buffalo. Joshua Jon will direct Eric Ray Anderson (the flabbergasted bartender in Twin Peaks), Jon Stutzman, and Randall Scott Carpenter in this tense tale of "white male fragility."

THURSDAY

ART

17. What Would Jesus Glue? Marty Gordon Collage Art Opening
A former minister, Seattle's Marty Gordon now devotes his spare time to making collages that blend "sophisticated humor with a comic visual style."

COMMUNITY

18. The Big Fake Wedding
If you're planning for the big day, or if you love crashing weddings, consider this bridal extravaganza where wedding vendors showcase their offerings—be it cake, flowers, music, drinks, etc.—to help give married-people-to-be some options and inspiration for their own wedding.

19. The Fake News Survival Guide: Resources and Tips for Staying Informed
Learn how to do your research at this very relevant community workshop.

FILM

20. Andrew Wyeth at the Movies: Days of Heaven
Patricia Junker, the Seattle Art Museum's Curator of American Art, will introduce Terence Malick's 1978 period drama Days of Heaven in this film series exploring the painter Andrew Wyeth's cinematic influence. This movie will be shown in conjunction with the exhibit Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect.

GEEK & GAMING

21. Arrested Development Trivia Night
Test how well you know the Bluth family (from the first four seasons) at this Arrested Development trivia night, replete with plenty of prizes and a screening of the first episode once the games are over.

MUSIC

22. All Night With the Trashcan Sinatras
Scottish rock group the Trashcan Sinatras will celebrate their 30th anniversary on their 2017 USA Acoustic Tour, with the goal of playing each of the 100 songs they've written across six full-length studio albums and over their three decades as a band.

23. The Aquabats, Mean Jeans, Dog Party
You know that camp song, the one that never ends? "This is the song that never ends, yes it goes on and on my friends!" The Aquabats are the band equivalent to that song. Annoying to many, but childishly charming to some. And, like the song, they never really end. The 'Bats have kept up their ska-playing superhero act for about a decade now, surprisingly, and through all the trends and music-biz ups and downs, they've stayed on course, fighting off villains and assaulting their enamored fans with flying vegetables at live shows. You love them or you hate them—either way, the Aquabats remain true to themselves. "Some people started singing it, not knowing what it was, but they continued singing it forever just because..." MEGAN SELING

24. Fright Night
Prep yourself for Halloween weekend with a night of spooky cuts and monster bangers from DJs Explorateur, Cuddlingus, and Dazzleshits.

25. Human Ottoman with Stig
Portland, OR's favorite up-tempo experimental cello-drums-guitar trio will visit Seattle for a night of "groove and outer space" with an additional set from Portland funk-rock five-piece Stig.

PERFORMANCE

26. Up and Vanished Live
Up and Vanished makes use of the pervasive true crime podcast obsession to investigate the case of disappeared high school teacher and former beauty queen Tara Grinstead. See host Payne Lindsey live at this performance in which he'll offer previously secret tidbits about season one as well as new evidence and theories about the case.

READINGS & TALKS

27. Alice Hoffman: Rules of Magic
Alice Hoffman is back with a prequel to her best-known book, the 1995 novel Practical Magic. Her latest release, The Rules of Magic, was called "a deep dream where senses are heightened and love reigns supreme" by Jodi Picoult.

28. Ignite Seattle
With five minutes and 20 PowerPoint slides (each 15 seconds long), Ignite Seattle is back, presenting their fast-paced take on public speaking and education.

29. Khary Lazarre–White: Passage
Khary Lazarre-White is the executive director and co-founder of laudable youth organization The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, and he's here to share his new novel, Passage, an exploration of young black masculinity and identity.

30. Lori Tsugawa Whaley
Lori Tsugawa Whaley's book The Courage of a Samurai explores the samurai warriors of ancient Japan who lived by a moral and ethical code known as Bushido.

31. Noah Levine
Noah Levine, original Dharma Punk and founder of Against the Stream Meditation Society, will give a talk on his Buddhist practice at this Rebel Saints Meditation Society event.

RESISTANCE & SOLIDARITY

32. People's Budget 2017 - Stop the Sweeps!
Help build a People's Budget movement to support affordable housing and stop the sweeps of homeless community members. Participants will discuss funding social services as an alternative to sweeps, funding services for homeless children in Seattle Public Schools and for survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse, and building more affordable housing.

THURSDAY-SATURDAY

COMEDY

33. Russell Peters: Work In Progress Tour!
See a stand-up set from Russell Peters, who recently released a Netflix special, Almost Famous, and is working on an upcoming film called The Indian Detective.

FESTIVALS

34. Arts Gumbo: Celebrating Indian and South Asian Arts
Celebrate traditional and contemporary South Asian and Indian food, art, music, and stories with local artists.

MUSIC

35. NadaFest
Catch a variety of local acts ranging from alt-rockers to electro-poppers to experimental hiphop artists at this three-day festival.

PERFORMANCE

36. Funhouse II
The creator of Funhouse II, Brian Toews, presents an anthology of Twilight Zone/Black Mirror-esque short pieces with an emphasis on experimentation. The numerous playwrights include Jacob Alexander Foerg, Adrienne Dawes, Russell Nichols, Alex Rubin, Bryan Stubbles, Jacob Zack, David Simpatico, Carolyn Cooper, and Jeff Denight. See the plays on Thursday and Friday; Saturday is the closing party, which features beer, wine, pizza, and DJing by Vervex.

THURSDAY-SUNDAY

ART

37. Carnage Opening
Bask in blood and gore at Carnage, a group show featuring gruesome works by Marie Hausauer, Savannah Horrocks, Alex Gotay, and Corinne Halbert.

PERFORMANCE

38. 10 Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith
Yussef El-Guindi's 10 Acrobats in an Amazing Leap of Faith tells the story of an Egyptian American Muslim family trying to honor their roots while also living their own lives in America. Over the course of one day in Ramadan, bonds are tested as the family prepares for an old family friend to visit from Egypt for a wedding.

39. The Event
The premise of Peggy Piacenza’s new dance piece, The Event, is just as cryptic and epic-sounding as its name. Through movement, the artist explores "how we fill the space between birth and death," focusing on the less tangible markers of existence like timeless space and the subconscious.

FRIDAY

COMEDY

40. Ben Gleib
Ben Gleib is a host, writer, and executive producer on the game show Idiotest, with a stand-up special, Ben Gleib—Neurotic Gangster, featured on Showtime.

41. Whose Live Anyway?
The cast members of the Emmy-winning show Whose Line is it Anyway?—including Bellingham-born Ryan Stiles—will play their hilarious improv games onstage.

COMMUNITY

42. The Story with Nikkita Oliver
Young people (and their guardians) are invited to join Nikkita Oliver in this installment of The Story, where she'll engage in a conversation with youth voices about issues that are important to them.

43. Workshop with Anne Tardos
This workshop led by French-born American poet Anne Tardos will focus on "lineages of multilingual writing." Tardos will draw from her personal experience on the topic and talk about the ways in which her past experience with multilingual writing has impacted her current, largely unilingual, poetry. Participants are asked to bring in their own work for group discussion.

FOOD & DRINK

44. Spooky Ice Cream Social
Taste "spooky" ice cream flavors, indulge in Halloween-themed sundaes, and eat pumpkin pie while getting a tarot reading from Atta Dawahare and sitting for local artist Camille Simone as she paints a scary portrait for you to hang over your fireplace. They also promise board games and a costume contest.

MUSIC

45. Drake Nite
Celebrate the birthday of everyone's favorite mayor of Toronto and tender Scorpio with a night of Drake hits and deep cuts four days before his birthday.

46. Horse Head Bookends: Gel-Sol Album Release Live & VR
Celebrate the release of SYNPROV CORP/Monster Planet resident Gel-Sol's new album, Horse Head Bookends, by seeing them perform with their cohorts and Tim Held. Don't forget to head upstairs after the show to experience the album in virtual reality.

47. Seattle Ladies Choir Fall Concert
The 50-plus members of the Seattle Ladies Choir sing hits from Radiohead to Katy Perry in perfect harmony. Celebrate their 13th season with them at their annual fall concert.

48. A Totally Rad '80s Party
Indulge in some decade worship with this all-'80s-all-the-time party featuring heavy metal and glam rock covers by Voyager, Top 40 pop tracks by Seattle boy band #All4Doras, and a musical tribute to the King of Pop himself.

49. Yamandu Costa
Seven-string guitar virtuoso, composer, and arranger Yamandu Costa will return to Seattle for an evening of Brazilian classics and explorations of samba, choro, and tango styles.

50. WAVES Presents: 13
Hear from Toronto-based solo producer 13, Seattle trap/house artist Chenbear, DJ Quackson, Seattle house artist Frida K, and others at this Halloween-themed aerial acrobatic show.

PERFORMANCE

51. An Evening With Thomas Jefferson
See Clay Jenkinson, host of NPR's "The Thomas Jefferson Hour," perform as Thomas Jefferson in The Crucible of Our Democracy.

READINGS & TALKS

52. Jere Van Dyk: The Labyrinth of Political Kidnapping
Washington-born journalist Jere Van Dyk, who in 2014 travelled to Afghanistan to seek "the facts withheld by employers, family, and government investigators" regarding his own 2008 kidnapping, will recount his investigation and discuss his research.

53. Night Lab: Scary Stories
Down some liquid courage in the form of "scary cocktails" before showing your spooky story skills at this open mic. Also enjoy the reissue of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark with a reading from the host of the evening, Seattle drag queen AngelBaby Kill! Kill! Kill!

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

PERFORMANCE

54. The Ballard Belles: Unleashed
In their inaugural show, The Ballard Belles will explore the removal of society's vast institutional boundaries through movement and voice.

55. Cuddling With Strippers
See a show written and performed by Nik Droner, about "cancer, love, and sex through the blurry lens of the addiction that blacked out many nights." Hannah Victoria Franklin directs.

56. Epic: A Heroine's Odyssey
See four short works of fantasy that examine and celebrate women, POC, and queer communities. The adventurers will journey through three quests to make their way through "their personal dungeons."

57. Heart of Evil
In this circus variety show written by Joe Hiel and directed by Kelly Marie Ward, Captain Fantastic has to stop the nefarious Professor Evil and his super villain cohorts from succeeding in their plan to change the world for the worse. Performers include Kim Zmolek and Rebekah Bastian, aerial acrobat Carla Petrulli, Frankie Moon, Laura Gwendolyn Burch, Kelly Ward, Scandal From Bohemia, Leah Jones, Joe Heil, and Jody Poth.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

58. Duwamish Native Arts & Crafts Market
Support and promote local Native American artists representing a broad range of tribal traditions. Chat with artists, buy their work, and eat food.

59. Georgetown Haunted History Tour
Discover the creepy secrets that lurk behind the street corners of Georgetown at this ghostly tour, and decompress afterwards (and beforehand) with a drink at the speakeasy.

GEEK & GAMING

60. Aki-Con
The 10th year of this anime and manga festival will feature appearances and free autographs from voice actors like Danganronpa's Brian Beacock, Dragon Ball Z's Chris Rager and Josh Martin, and Crusher Joe and Hello Kitty's Run Sasaki. They also promise panels, a vendor hall, a cosplay contest with a Pokemon scavenger hunt, and much more.

PERFORMANCE

61. 63 Trillion
The team behind theater/music/variety podcast Sandbox Radio presents the Seattle premiere of 63 Trillion, a dark comedy by John Bunzel about "a small group of financial advisors desperate to survive the worst financial crisis in history."

62. Ben Butler
In this production based on historical events, "two quick-witted men, one black and one white, and their innate stubborness radically change the course of history and the purpose of the North's cause in the U.S. Civil War."

63. Occurrence
See a compilation of Spectrum's complete dances, excerpts of dances from the repertory, and new sequences arranged for a particular performance and place, "with the possibility of several separate activities happening all at the same time."

64. YC2: New Dances
Kate Wallich's YC2 dance company will perform new work by choreographer David Harvey, scored by Andrew J.S, and a piece by Wallich herself with music by Aaron Otheim.

SATURDAY

ART

65. Hypomnemata
This group show features seven artists who "navigate the screenic and interpret its totality without the need for power cables or wifi access." The result includes a series of machine-woven blankets that depict a former president galavanting on a tabloid-esque vacation, digital paintings that reflect ancient Egyptian symbology, and graphite portraits inspired by social media accounts.

66. One Year
Join Mokedo in celebrating one year of community, light art, music, education, and community by seeing light art installations and other visual art from Mokedo and other local light artists, bidding in a silent auction, and dancing to local DJs.

COMMUNITY

67. BarkHappy Seattle HOWL-O-Ween Pawty
The puns abound at this adorable exposition of pups in spooky sweaters. Benefit Seattle Humane with a costume parade, a (pumpkin) pie-eating contest, bobbing for tennis balls, and more.

68. Beerhaus at Chadhaus
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at Chadhaus, a furniture workshop and studio in the heart of Ballard focusing on custom pieces made with local materials. To celebrate Oktoberfest, there will be brews from Stoup, Reuben's, Lucky Envelope, Populuxe, and Peddler.

69. Behind the Seams: The Miracle of American Fashion
Get a sneak peak inside MOHAI's textile collection and hear the stories behind American post-WWII ready-to-wear garments from designers like Norman Norrell and Claire McCardell.

70. Bird Focus: Corvids
Find out everything you've ever wanted to know about ravens, crows, jays, and magpies on a walk-and-talk with naturalist Ed Dominguez.

71. Diwali Bollywood Boat Party
Celebrate the Diwali festival of lights by dancing to Bollywood music from DJ Sats on a cruise ship. Costumes aren't required but are very much encouraged.

72. Duwamish Alive!
Join the Duwamish Alive! coalition's members in helping restore riverine habitat by planting, mulching, and weeding.

73. Seattle Opera Costume Sale
Witness the great wares of the stage at this costume sale hosted by Seattle Opera. They'll be selling years worth of production materials, including show costumes, accessories, and props.

74. Undocumented Resistance Fundraising Party
Enjoy drinks, hors d'oeuvres, and a silent auction at cocktail hour before learning about undocumented-led movements, hearing live music and seeing work from local artists, and dancing with La Realeza Collective in this fundraising party for local immigrant families.

75. Pumpkin Carving With Cats
Carve pumpkins in the company of cats. BYOP or make use of one of the Meowtropolitan's generously provided jack o' lanterns-to-be. The cats will be on hand as consultants, we guess.

FILM

76. Cinema Dissection: John Carpenter's The Thing
Bundle up and prepare yourself for a six-hour journey through the Antarctic with John Carpenter's The Thing, hosted by film scholar Robert Cumbow.

FOOD & DRINK

77. Israeli TV Dinners: False Flag
See four episodes of Israeli TV drama/political thriller False Flag, in which five Israelis are at the center of an international crisis. See the first two episodes of the first season before dinner (which will be catered by Eli and Barbara Lahav), dish about the drama of it all, and find out what happens next with a screening of the third and fourth episodes after dinner.

MUSIC

78. A Night in Neverland
Guests are invited to revert to the whimsical elements of their childhood Halloween memories "without sacrificing the fun aspects of adulthood" with a night of live music from Seattle indie-rockers Peyote Ugly, singer-songwriters Sarah St. Albin and Heather Edgley (and her band The Nobodies), and folk/Americana band Shoring.

79. Petty Thief
Petty Thief, a tribute band active since 2007, will cover hits by the late and great Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers in an intimate acoustic set.

80. Rising Appalachia with Gill Landry
The sister duo of Rising Appalachia claim to "redefine folk music as a truly living art," with their backing band and layered folk, jazz, soul, and old mountain traditions readily apparent in their work.

PERFORMANCE

81. It Can't Rain All The Time: The Crow Tribute Show
This tribute show that honors the comic book series created by James O'Barr promises to be "dark, dramatic, and sassy." The mix of bellydance and burlesque will feature acts like Maysun Ryia (as Darla), Lacy NicDoom (as Sarah), Betty Fish (as Tin Tin), Taryn Luce (as Funboy), Vector Parallax (as Top Dollar), and many others.

82. SKELETONS out of the CLOSET
GRANNIE PANNIES will host this night of mummies, murderesses, and candy addicts with burlesque acts Lulu La Lune, Mummy Issues, Olive the Clown, Blu-Ray, Oh Positive, Connie Cavity, and Luny Rosé.

QUEER

83. Flying Nuns 2
Hang out (ha ha) with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, the Abbey of St. Joan, who will be doing rope suspensions with rope master Jeremy Southerland. They also promise jello shots.

84. Queer Bingo
Diverse Harmony presents a concert by the Spectrum chorus followed by an evening of bingo hosted by ETHELL!! the queer bingo queens.

READINGS & TALKS

85. Cocktails With Lynn Comella
Drink cocktails with Lynn Comella as she discusses her book Vibrator Nation: How Feminist Sex-Toy Stores Changed the Business of Pleasure, which features interviews with retailers, including the founders of Babeland, and explores the evolution of the sex toy market.

86. MARA: Make America Read Again with Saab Lofton
Zine artist and poet Saab Lofton will read from Defend the Archive! and perform slam poetry that "made him the enemy of every white supremacist in Nevada during the Dubya Years." Meet the author and pick up some copies of his work.

87. Mary's Dust Book Launch
Join poet Melinda Mueller and cellist Lori Goldston for the launch of Mueller's latest collection, Mary's Dust. Goldston will perform a suite of new music commissioned for the book and they will show a film by Christian Anderson featuring Seattle poets discussing "the unique perspectives women writers bring to writing about history and creating their own narratives."

SPORTS & RECREATION

88. Light the Night
Support and remember those with cancer at a two-mile nighttime walk followed by a laser light show.

89. Making Strides of Seattle
Raise awareness and funds for breast cancer research in a noncompetitive walk with the American Cancer Society.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

ART

90. Kold Barroso's Imaginarium / Visions of Sounds
Join Seattle-based Spanish artist Koldo Barroso as he celebrates his 50th birthday with a collection of more than 60 original works of surrealist and magical realist art, including books, paintings, illustrations, and "electronic landscapes."

COMMUNITY

91. Doll and Teddy Bear Show
Find antiques, dolls, teddy bears, miniatures, supplies, furniture, and accessories, and bring any "mystery dolls" you may have in the back of your closet for Marshall Martin (who has appeared on Antiques Roadshow) to tell you about their possible history and worth. In addition, teddy bears will be appraised by "world renowned teddy bear expert" John Port.

GEEK & GAMING

92. GE2
Spend an evening playing Esports, board games, dodgeball, and laser tag, racing drones, and experiencing VR.

93. Wild Mushroom Show
See over 200 varieties of wild mushrooms and learn which are edible, which are poisonous, and which are simply "valueless as food."

PERFORMANCE

94. Expand Upon: Brown Like Me and Untitled Play About Institutional Racism in the Non-profit Industrial Complex
The Expand Upon staged reading series will present two commissioned plays, Rachel Atkins's Brown Like Me and Seayoung Kim's Untitled Play About Institutional Racism in the Non-profit Industrial Complex, which star Manuel Cawaling, Madilyn Cooper, Christine Lange, Mona Leach Grife, Daniela Melgar, and Bob Williams.

95. LatinRhythm Dance Festival
Learn to dance to Latin rhythms like Tango, Zouk, Salsa, Bachata, and modern dances from professional artists, both local and international. There will also "social dancing," where you can try out all your new moves on the floor.

96. Represent! A Multicultural Playwrights Festival
See four new plays by playwrights of color, including Juliette Carrillo's Plumas Negras; short selections by local playwrights Maria Batayola, Shontina Vernon, Celeste Mari Williams, and others; Madhuri Shekar's House of Joy, and Mara​ ​E.​ ​Palma's Echoes​ ​of​ ​Empire.

SUNDAY

ART

97. Party Hat: The Art Show Closing Event
Enjoy a pouch of frosé, eat snacks, and watch an exclusive slideshow of a decade of "porn conventions, juggalo gatherings, and drunks of the week" by photographer Kelly O. Also see visual art from Mark Mitchell, John Criscitello, Brandon Vosika, Neon Saltwater, Albie, Kelly Bjork, and many others.

FILM

98. Scarecrow Video Weirdo Horror Triple Feature
The name says it all: See three bizarre and gloriously low-budget "secret" trash movies full of twists, vengeance, and Satanic cults.

99. SHRIEK: Ginger Snaps + Happy Hour
SHRIEK, the bimonthly class that focuses on women and minorities in horror, will screen Ginger Snaps. In this 2000 cult favorite, two morbid sisters find their death obsession becoming a little too real when one of them is bitten by a werewolf. Discuss issues in the film afterwards, particularly the questions: "We'll have a lot to talk about with this one, such as: why are almost all female monsters presented as sexy? Why do women and girls become sexy when they become monsters?"

FOOD & DRINK

100. Joule's Anniversary Party
Help Joule celebrate their fifth anniversary at their Stone Way location and their 10th anniversary of existence with food from their bun bar, drinks, and live music from the John Dillon band. There will also be a cake decorating contest where participants will compete for a signed copy of Rachel Yang and Jess Thomson's cookbook My Rice Bowl.

MUSIC

101. The Creepshow, Sammy K., Stoned Evergreen Travelers, The Glaring
Ontario group The Creepshow formed 12 years ago with the express purpose of starting a psychobilly band. Their focus lies squarely in the horror genre, with songs about popular horror films and other spooky tales. They'll be joined by Sammy K., Stoned Evergreen Travelers, and The Glaring.

102. Daft Brunch: Seattle
Mix all your weekend plans into one, with brunch offerings amidst a a set of club music. Daft Brunch will supply the food, as well as special guest DJs playing French touch, disco house, and plenty of Daft Punk to go around.

READINGS & TALKS

103. Theodore Gray: Reactions
Celebrate the pure beauty of science (oxidation, photosynthesis, fermentation, and more) with author, science writer, and Wolfram Research co-founder Theo Gray, as he shares his new book Reactions: An Illustrated Exploration of Elements, Molecules, and Change in the Universe.

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