Sweet baby Jesus in water wings, it's finally happening: Seattle's waterfront is being redesigned to become more than just a place tourists migrate to for fried seafood and discount T-shirts. Tonight, brilliant landscape architect James Corner (think New York's beloved High Line) will be on hand to talk, logistically, about what needs to be done to link the waterfront to Pioneer Square and downtown. This is your first chance to tell him and his team what your priorities are (think big! Waterslide from First Avenue! Venetian canals through Pioneer Square!). The event will be packed. Show up early. (Seattle Aquarium, 1483 Alaskan Way, 382-8461, 6:30 pm, free)