Stop at Windy City Pie during this weekend's Second Annual Seattle Pizza Crawl (like an art walk but for pizza) for food and drink specials, a raffle, and a pizza-themed comedy show. Windy City Pie via Facebook
Our arts critics have already recommended 49 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 37 best music shows, 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 Star Wars: A Drag Show to Adult Summer Camp, and from Laser K-Pop: BTS to the Bubble Run. For even more options this week, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

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TUESDAY

ART

1. Save the Showbox Portrait Project
Show some love for the historic venue slated for demolition by writing why you think it should be saved (beyond 10 months) and getting your picture taken with your message.

COMMUNITY

2. SS Virginia V Cruise: Salish Waterlines
Board the SS Virginia and explore the Native history of Seattle's waterways with Muckleshoot Tribe historian Warren King George. Tickets include a smoked salmon and oyster tasting.

3. Untangling Our Oceans
Learn how environmentally minded outdoor goods company Bureo works with fishermen in Chile to keep discarded fishing nets out of the sea, and how they recycle the materials into their skateboards, surfboards, and sunglasses.

FOOD & DRINK

4. Oysters & Sailing
Climb aboard a 1926 65-foot wooden oyster schooner and take in the sights of Lake Union and the Tuesday night Duck Dodge boat races while you learn about the history and ecology of oyster farming in the Puget Sound and sample a variety of Pacific Northwest oysters from a Taylor Shellfish oyster expert, paired with small bites and non-alcoholic drinks.

MUSIC

5. 12th Annual North City Jazz Walk
Combine your three favorite activities (listening, eating, and walking) at the 12th Annual North City Jazz Walk. Shoreline pulls out all the stops with Jazz Bites, a selection of food from local eateries, and the Jazz Walk itself—a showcase of local and international jazz musicians, playing for your pleasure as you stroll down 15th Ave NE.

6. Tit Sweat!
DJ Alice will help you work up some under-boob perspiration at this monthly femme dance party.

PERFORMANCE

7. Cabaret of Evil: Northwest Immigrant Rights Project
Once again, "Super Villainess Morgue Anne" puts her and her friends' nefarious powers of seduction to productive use by raising funds for the Northwest Immigrants Rights Project. Encourage these folks to strip for good with your donations.

READINGS & TALKS

8. Anthony Alvarado: DIY Resistance
Portland-based writer and activist Anthony Alvarado, author of DIY Resistance: 36 Ways to Fight Back and host of the podcast The Magic Hour, will talk about groups who have made steps in fighting intolerance.

9. Portrait of an Epidemic: Mathematical Modeling in Modern Day Epidemiology
Scientists from the Institute for Disease Modeling will discuss the benefits of using mathematical models to guide global efforts towards the eradication and control of infectious diseases.

TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY

ART

10. Shipwrecked Kittens with Braden Duncan
See Braden Duncan's briny seafaring kitties in the forms of watercolors, prints, cards, and magnets.
Closing Wednesday

PERFORMANCE

11. Rovers!
Natalie Copeland's sprightly play takes place at Camp Dusty Tread, a camp for Mars Rover robots headed by Spirit and Opportunity. With music by Aaron J. Shay.

TUESDAY-THURSDAY

PERFORMANCE

12. Form/s: a Technique and Performance Workshop
Local dancer and choreographer Zoe Scofield (of zoe | juniper) will lead a series of workshops on technique and the creative process that will culminate in a free performance from the artist.

TUESDAY-SUNDAY

ART

13. LEGO Americana Roadshow
See American landmarks like the the White House (probably not complete with sinkhole), the Liberty Bell, the Jefferson Memorial, the Statue of Liberty, and the Supreme Court.
Closing Sunday

WEDNESDAY

FOOD & DRINK

14. Sharing Passions: Pickling with the Seattle Pickle Co.
Sip savory Blood Marys and learn how to pickle from Seattle Pickle Co. owner Chris Coburn, who turns between 2,000 and 3,000 pounds of cucumbers a week into briny, crunchy snacks during peak season.

GEEK & GAMING

15. Emerald City Comic Con Homegrown Vendor PopUp Shop
Get an early (or late?) taste of Emerald City Comic Con by shopping for comics and other geeky delights from local vendors.

MUSIC

16. Christmas with Crazy Eyes, Glassbridge, Power Strip
Christmas kooks who can't wait any longer for the holiday season to commence can cozy up in a sweater with a snowflake on it for jolly/rowdy sets from indie rockers Crazy Eyes, Glassbridge, and Power Strip.

17. Grateful Shred, Mapache
This Los Angeles-based Grateful Dead tribute band promises to capture "that elusive Dead vibe" better than all of their contemporaries. They'll be joined by fellow shredders Mapache.

READINGS & TALKS

18. George Guttormsen, Forrest Gump Of The Northwest
Expand your knowledge of regional history by hearing the story of George Guttormsen, the quarterback in the historic 1926 Rose Bowl who defended local author Betty MacDonald from defamation charges and worked with celebrated congressman Marion Zionchek.

19. Kara Richardson Whitely: The Weight of Being
In her memoir, Kara Richardson Whitely shares her longtime struggle with a binge-eating disorder and how things changed when she started going to therapy and underwent surgery.

20. Susan Froderberg: Mysterium
A climber sets out to honor her mother by climbing the highest peak in India in a book based on the final days of Nanda Devi Unsoeld.

WEDNESDAY-FRIDAY

ART

21. Thick as Thieves
The gallery presents a group painting show (not to be confused with the free zine). Participants include Gala Bent, Susanna Bluhm, Michael Brophy, Linda Davidson, Mark Thompson, Maija Fiebig, Terry Leness, Buddy Bunting, Thuy-Van Vu, Cable Griffith, and Kimberly Trowbridge.
Closing Friday

THURSDAY

ART

22. TEDxSeattle Adventure: Behind the Scenes with Luly Yang
Acclaimed local fashion designer Luly Yang will exhibit the new uniforms she's designed for Alaska Airlines employees. Guests will also get to tour Yang's private studio to get a glimpse into her process.

COMEDY

23. Inside Jokes: A Conference For Funny Women By Funny Women
Funny women will gather to figure out how to contest the sexism that's still rampant in the comedy industry. As they point out: "Only 18% of late night TV writers are women. Off those 18%, only 14% are women of color." If you're a hilarious lady who's pissed off about that fact, find new friends and comrades here.

24. MAUDExTalk, YOUxListen!!
Witness the comic debut of Maude, a young funnylady who claims to have "helped make two exclamation points the industry standard."

25. Times of Our Lives
Pitch a major life event to the improvisers onstage, and they'll do their best to create a scene from it.

COMMUNITY

26. Atlas Obscura Society Seattle: Parlor Games at Polar Bar
Join Atlas Obsura's Brenden Monroe to tour the place where Alaska steamship captains and prominent Seattleites used to mingle, "tipple on the hard stuff," and play card games. You'll even get to play bygone-era games and sip bygone-era drinks.

27. Connect With Your Future: Resource Fair & Community Luncheon
Looking for job, education, and/or community involvement opportunities? Meet over 30 employers, educators, and community organizers. Services include resume drafting, scholarship search assistance, program referrals, transportation mapping, wardrobe referrals, open computer lab, healthcare applications, and more.

28. Creatives Night Out
Professionals in creative and tech industries can connect, dance to live DJs, and sip drinks together.

FILM

29. Madonna's 60th Celebration with Desperately Seeking Susan
Celebrate the sixth decade of Madonna's existence by revisiting the film in which she stars as a mysterious denizen of New York who becomes the subject of a New Jersey house wife's obsession. There will also be music videos and gift bags.

30. Spean Summer Shorts
The first installment of the Spean Summer Shorts series (which will help raise funds for Spean Rajana, a group that aims to be "the leading force in advancing Khmer arts worldwide") will focus on global Cambodian culture, and how Cambodian artists around the world are honoring their Khmer culture through their work. The program includes David Siey's “Year Zero," directorial debuts from Bunthoeun Real and Vannra Yan, works from local filmmakers, and an advance preview of an upcoming documentary about "the Elvis of Cambodia." Royal Crow will spin Khmer-electro tunes.

FOOD & DRINK

31. Lumpia After Dark
Hood Famous Bakeshop will be open late so you can fill up on lumpia (a crispy Filipino pastry with savory fillings) and peruse art on display.

MUSIC

32. Danny Vernon's Illusion of Elvis
Danny Vernon puts his own stank on the legend of Elvis, with an intimate evening rife with hip-shakin' and lady-quakin'.

33. Queen4Queen's Holidaze: Madonna Night
Celebrate the pop queen's 60th birthday with Cookie Couture, Strawberry Shartcake, Fraya Love, and Cannoli. DJ Mother Church will spin nothing but the hits.

READINGS & TALKS

34. Bruce Ramsey: The Panic of 1893
Bruce Ramsey's The Panic of 1893 delves into the final economic depression of the 19th century, and explains how the residents of a newly formed Washington State managed to survive.

35. Dave Zirin: Jim Brown
The sports journalist Dave Zirin (The Nation), co-author with Michael Bennett of Things That Make White People Uncomfortable, will read from his new biography of the great Jim Brown—football player with the Cleveland Browns, Black Power activist, and star.

36. Kristin Hannah: The Great Alone
In this new novel, a traumatized Vietnam vet moves his family, including his 13-year-old daughter Leni, to live in the wilds of Alaska. But as winter approaches and Leni's father's sanity leaks away, Leni and her mother Cora realize that they're in greater danger from the paterfamilias than from the terrifyingly cold temperatures and 18-hour night. At this event, you'll meet the author (who's also written Night Road, Firefly Lane, True Colors, and Winter Garden), hear her in conversation with Inamorata author Megan Chance, and have the opportunity to get your books signed.

37. Seattle7Writers Community Cookout
Share a hot dog and a beverage with local authors and shop around for books to support literacy through the Seattle7Writers program. Guests include Garth Stein, Jennie Shortridge, Laurie Frankel, Kevin O'Brien, Jessixa Bagley, Neil Bascomb, Claudia Rowe, Ingrid Thoft, Naveed Jamali, Dan Brown, and Bill Thorness.

SPORTS & RECREATION

38. Awkward Cardio & Strength Hour
This aerobics class is for fitness rebels and anyone who hates aerobics.

THURSDAY-SATURDAY

PERFORMANCE

39. Alma (or #nowall)
Benjamin Benne's Alma (or #nowall) follows a Mexican immigrant who has been living in the U.S. for 18 years after fleeing her country for a better life for herself and her daughter. The play takes place in December of 2016, a month before Trump's inauguration, and Alma fears for her citizenship prospects and her daughter's safety.

THURSDAY-SUNDAY

ART

40. Audrey Funk
Audrey Funk delivers realistic portraits of famous movie monsters, as depicted by the likes of Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff.
Opening Thursday

COMEDY

41. Where No Man Has Gone Before
Where No Man Has Gone Before takes a standard Star Trek plot and asks the audience to shape key elements. The show is presented by Seattle Experimental Theatre.

COMMUNITY

42. 2018 Chief Seattle Days
Established in 1911, this three-day festival honors Suquamish's Chief Seattle with a graveside ceremony, a co-ed softball tournament, a parade through downtown Suquamish, a horseshoe tournament, a pow wow, and more.

43. Pacific Northwest Black Pride
Celebrate black LGBTQ+ communities in Seattle and beyond with four days of activities focused on health and wellness, equity, and community building. In addition to Pride parties and a film festival, the weekend also includes a trans symposium, multi-generational conversations, and more.

PERFORMANCE

44. As You Like It
This outdoor performance by REBATEnsemble sets Shakespeare's comedy of mistaken identity to the current day, with the heroine Rosalind and her cousin Celia exiled from her father's "shiny tech megacorp" and falling in love with other runaways in the forest.

SPORTS & RECREATION

45. Northwest Zouk Fest 2018
Dancers and DJs of all levels can learn new skills from artists like Kadu and Larissa, Mafie, Xtine, Ry'El and Jessica, Clinton and Cristi, and many others. There will also be social dances and competitions.

FRIDAY

FOOD & DRINK

46. The All Tomato Dinner Pop-up with Chef Aaron Tekulve
Just in time for peak tomato season, all seven courses of this dinner prepared by chef Aaron Tekulve will highlight tomato in different forms.

47. Redhook Brewlab 1 Year Anniversary Party
The Capitol Hill brewery will mark one year with a bash featuring tunes from KEXP DJ Troy, collaborations from Aslan Brewing Company, Hellbent Brewing Company and Westland Distillery, and a custom "1 Year Anniversary Ganache" (made with Brewlab's Tangelic Halo) from Theo Chocolate. In the afternoon, Redhook brewers will lead tours of the facilities and Taylor Shellfish will host a "learn to shuck" station with samples, and crowler club memberships will be discounted all day.

MUSIC

48. After Midnight Burlesque, Western Spyders, Rest As Mutes, Bongquistadores
The After Midnight Cabaret, an "artsy fartsy" group of singers, dancers, and performance artists, will showcase their dazzling hodgepodge of talents. They'll be joined by Tacoma fusion rockers Western Spyders, Seattle post-punks Rest As Mutes, and Bellingham's Bongquistadores.

49. Becky Tong: A Unique Dinner and Music Experience
DJ and Bad Vegan founder Becky Tong will nourish you with British-inspired beats and a five-course plant-based dinner (prepared by the Collective's Chef Juan Garcia).

50. Electric Feels: EDM vs. Hip Hop Dance Party
Get amped up for Hempfest by dancing to EDM and hiphop from live DJs. Proceeds will benefit inclusive independent filmmaking through Bossy Sister.

51. Laser K-Pop: BTS!
Revel in K-Pop from seven-piece boy band BTS (also known as the Bangtan Bots) enhanced by laser art.

52. Retro: 80's Tribute Night
Enjoy a night of throwback tunes for a good cause, as the event organizers have partnered with the MORELove Project so that a portion of every ticket sold will be donated to help families in need.

53. SexBot - The Sound of Electroclash
Remind yourself how to dance to the sex-fueled minimal electronic punk sounds of the early aughts with a night of electroclash from artists like Peaches, Fischerspooner, Ladytron, Miss Kittin, Mount Sims, and more. There will be plenty of drinks and go-go dancers, per usual.

54. TikiTiki Presents: Summer Camp
Two stages will feature house and techno artists Foofou, Jordan Goff, Dowsk, Jameson, Limbo, Mike Delvin, Soon(ish), DJ Budget, and Westbound for your beat-loving pleasure.

PERFORMANCE

55. Coming to Shore: A Fundraiser for KIND & ASAP
Help raise money for Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project and Kids in Need of Defense by attending this seashore-themed burlesque show/silent auction. You'll have fun, and people affected by the Trump administration's anti-immigrant policies will receive a little help.

56. Star Wars: A Drag Show
Every number at this drag show will draw its inspiration from the universe of wookiees and Jedi. We predict a bias toward the dark side. Starring Indika Haze, Londyn Bradshaw, Mercury Divine, Porcelain Shadow, and SHE, and hosted by Irene Dubois.

57. Sweet Tooth: A Night of Dance & Drag
Enjoy a night of dance, drag, and music with Austrian rapper Candy Ken and Las Vegas's Derrick Barry and Nebraska Thunderfuck, with La Saveona Hunt presiding over the festivities.

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

MUSIC

58. Hillbilly Headbangers Ball VIII
The Headbanger Hillbilly Ball celebrates its eighth birthday with two days of scorching live rock and country acts from the likes of Wildcat Rose and Palooka. Throw on your dirtiest gingham and get to stompin'.

PERFORMANCE

59. GreenStage Shakespeare in the Park and Backyard Bard
Theater is alive in Seattle, but, as in most places, it generally isn't cheap. GreenStage's productions are a nice change: See Shakespeare and Shakespeare-based works in the great outdoors—for free. This year, as part of their 30th annual Shakespeare in the Park series, they'll present Henry IV, Part 1 and The Three Musketeers. They'll also offer the one-hour-long Backyard Bard series, a "smaller Shakespeare in the Park for smaller spaces," featuring The Two Gentlemen of Verona and The Winter's Tale.

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

60. All Things Japanese Sale
Celebrate Japanese culture and heritage by shopping for dolls, furniture, fans, clothing, accessories, plush toys, jewelry, books, and more at this weekend-long rummage sale. Items start at 25 cents.

61. Seattle Gift Show
Shop around for Northwest-made artisan goods and foodstuff at this three-day market.

FESTIVALS

62. Pacific NW Chalk Fest 2018
Return for the second annual Pacific Northwest Chalk Fest, as 14 chalk artists swarm the streets with their artistic implements in hand. This new tradition stems from the Madonnari, 16th-century Italian artists who paid tribute to the Madonna with plein-air murals.

63. Snoqualmie Railroad Days
Initiated by firefighters in 1939, Snoqualmie Railroad Days celebrates the "trains, timber, and tradition" of the logging town with lots of family activities.

SATURDAY

ART

64. Watercolor Comics Class with David Lasky
"Master of craft comics" David Lasky will lead a workshop on watercolor comics. Participants are asked to come with ideas and questions.

COMEDY

65. David Liebe Hart, Hangry Hayrabs, Porn Bloopers
Very special weirdo David Liebe Hart, occasional star of Tim & Eric Awesome Show Great Job! on Adult Swim, graces the stage with a live set of comedy, music, space aliens, a lifelong love of trains, and some puppet friends.

COMMUNITY

66. Beneath the Avalanche: Historical Walk and Archaeological Dig at Iron Goat Trail
Tour the Iron Goat Trail up to the site of the 1910 Wellington avalanche, where 96 Japanese workers lost their lives after snow enveloped the railroad depot high up on Stevens Pass.

67. Chicken Coop & Urban Farm Tour
Examine all manner of chicken coops, miniature goat pastures, mason bee houses, vegetable gardens, and more on this self-guided urban farm tour around Seattle.

68. Global Playground
As part of Northwest Folklife's "Our Big Neighborhood" initiative, the Global Playground series aims to bring music and culture to youth and families through playground games from other countries, hands-on activities, live music and entertainment, KEXP DJ sets, parades, and interactive dance workshops.

69. Hounds on the Hill 2018
Pups take over the Puyallup South Hill in this annual street fair and dog walk. Bring your own furry friend or hang out with those of strangers.

70. World of Tea: Teas of Kenya
Taste a variety of white, green, black, and oolong teas grown and produced in Kenya from the Camelia sinensis plant.

FESTIVALS

71. 4th Annual Mobile Food Fest
Load up on grub from food trucks like Lumpia World and Langostino Sushi Burrito, then picnic on the grass with your bounty while bands play live music. A beer garden will also be available.

72. Duwamish River Festival
Learn about the Duwamish River and how to protect it at this Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition-sponsored event. There will also be interactive booths, boat tours, live music, entertainment, and free food.

FOOD & DRINK

73. Cheese 101
Brush up on your fromage savvy, including the cheese-making process, various styles, and shopping for and storing cheese, with this introductory tasting course from DeLaurenti cheesemonger and American Cheese Society certified cheese professional Rosie Shestak.

74. Sammamish Nights
Take some time to enjoy live music, dancing, games, "magic," and plenty of booze in Sammamish.

75. Sausage & CiderFest
Nosh on artisan-encased meats and sip crisp ciders (beer and wine will also be available) while enjoying live music from JT Shank and the Florida Keys and playing lawn games.

76. Shrub-a-dub-dub: Cocktails (and Mocktails!) with Everyone's Favorite Drinking Vinegar
In this case, a shrub refers not to foliage but to the deliciously tangy drinking vinegar that's increasingly popular as a cocktail or mocktail mixer. Sip cocktails made with different flavors and methods and learn the history behind shrubs (originally conceived as a "punch-like drink" and later used as a way to preserve fruit during colonial times), then whip up your own custom batch in class using local berries and infusions.

77. Temple Pastries Pop-Up
At baker Christina Wood's new pop-up bakery, score some sourdough croissants and other incredible pastries, like a buckwheat cruffin (croissant-muffin hybrid) filled with black sesame and matcha, or a whole-wheat kouign amann with honey-macerated ginger and a crunchy demerara sugar coating. All pastries are made with sourdough cultures for depth of flavor and freshly milled, locally sourced flours.

78. Washington Beer BBQ
Revel in the ultimate summer food-and-drink combo by tasting offerings from over 30 local breweries and noshing on smoked meats from vendors like Wood Shop BBQ.

GEEK & GAMING

79. Seattle Summer Cosplay Matsuri
Cosplay and enthusiasts can connect and take photos together in the park.

80. Wonderland Cosplay Tea
Wear your most whimsical Alice in Wonderland-inspired costume and jump down the rabbit hole for themed tea, treats, and games.

MUSIC

81. Feel Good Inc. x Miami Vice
Do206 and Motown on Mondays are here to bring you a night of smooth, candy-colored synth and disco staffed by local talents DJ100Proof, Blueyedsoul, and Sessions playing hours of the good stuff for their Miami Vice cross-over night.

82. Flynt Flossy & Turquoise Jeep, #All4Doras, DJ Indica Jones
EMB ("existing musical beings") artists Flynt Flossy and Turquoise Jeep will play their unique brand of electronica with support from #All4Doras and DJ Indica Jones.

83. The Lovecats, U253
Pile on your eyeliner and dance to glitzy New Wave hits with the Cure tribute band the Lovecats. Plus, U253 will bring back some U2 bangers.

84. Mister Blank, Simple Minded Symphony, Dead Sonics
Embrace your love of the much maligned ska genre with sets by local bands Mister Blank, Simple Minded Symphony, and Dead Sonics.

85. New Wave Tribute Night: For The Masses (Depeche Mode) & Blood Flowers (The Cure)
Depeche Mode tribute band the Masses will share the stage with the Cure tribute band Blood Flowers for a night devoted to New Wave.

PERFORMANCE

86. Culinaire
Watch acrobats swing on trapezes in this luxurious ballroom as you enjoy some tasty food.

87. Totally Tubular! An All-80's Variety Show Tribute
Mercury Divine will host an Aqua Net-filled tribute to the decade of big hair and acrylic nails replete with drag, burlesque, and musical performances.

READINGS & TALKS

88. CAMP! A Night Benefiting Camp Ten Trees
Ask your queer sex questions and learn from Dr. Katrina Sanford at this fundraiser for the LGBTQ nonprofit Camp Ten Trees, where you can also dance under strings of lights to music by queer musicians and try to win some sex toys.

89. Economic Utopias and Dystopias
This conversation led by science fiction writers Beverly Aarons, Shweta Adhyam, Elizabeth Guizzetti, and Nisi Shawl will focus on how the current economic system in the US and literary visions of future economies could influence future systems.

SPORTS & RECREATION

90. 34th Annual Emerald City Open Water Swim
Choose between a half-mile or full-mile race (or opt for both) at this family-oriented open swim.

91. Bubble RUN
Jazz up your 5K by running through foam bogs and getting covered in soapy bubbles. The organizers liken the experience to the "whimsical bubble room in Willy Wonka's factory."

92. Seattle Pop-Up Twerk Camp
Learn to shake your butt to hiphop, dancehall, and Afrobeats in this two-hour twerk intensive.

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

93. Adult Summer Camp
If you missed out on summer camp as a kid, or if you want a redo, here's your chance to experience mess halls, irritable camp counselors, archery, roasting things on sticks, cabins, giant bubbles, and more. Campers can either stay overnight or opt for a day pass.

94. Market Ghost Stories
Explore the creepiest, most ghostly nooks and crannies of Pike Place with a group of local improvisers.

95. Washington Week for the Animals
Organizations across Washington State will take a week to raise awareness of animal-related issues like pet homelessness, vaccinations, and tons of adoption opportunities.

FESTIVALS

96. Fresh Paint
The 100 or more artists at this festival aren't selling finished products—they're making art on the marina as you watch. Don't worry, you can still buy it afterwards! See glassblowing, woodcarving, and pottery demos, search for beach glass at the Fresh Paint Float Find, enjoy live music, and eat.

97. Washington Midsummer Renaissance Faire
Strap on your eyepatches and join two crews of swashbuckling pirates for the final weekend of this Bonney Lake fair. The artisan market will continue to sell trinkets and goods, and Renaissance-era food like turkey legs will be available for feasting upon.

FOOD & DRINK

98. Second Annual Seattle Pizza Crawl
Like an art walk but for pizza, this event lets you wander the city inhaling cheesy slices from various locations with a wristband.

PERFORMANCE

99. Nomadic Tempest: A Climatopian Spectacle
Rendez-vous with the Caravan Stage Company at the docks as they perform aboard their 90-foot ship, the Amara Zee. They'll make use of their entire tallship with acrobatics and projections.

SUNDAY

COMEDY

100. Little Bitches: An Improvised Teen Girl Movie
UP Improv will make up a one-of-a-kind show for you based on the "nasty teen girl" genre (think Heathers, Mean Girls, etc.).

101. Pizza Themed Stand Up Comedy!
Few foods can simultaneously nourish you and serve as the butt of a joke quite as effectively as pizza. At this pizza-themed comedy show, chow down on a slice while local comics Bo Johnson, Maddie Downes, and Thomas Nichols wrangle your laughs.

COMMUNITY

102. Antique and Vintage Technology Market
Buy "radio, phono, audio, ham, electronics, tubes, books, records & more" and more at the Puget Sound Area Radio Association's market—there will be door prizes and more.

103. Capitol Hill Garage Sale
Snag deals on your neighbors' unwanted goods, from records to vintage clothes to household items to video games, at this annual neighborhood sale.

104. Mutts & Martinis - a yappy hour
At this "dog park gone wild," the Furry Faces Foundation will host a slew of dog-related activities like doggie pools, a dog raffle, a dog vs. human dance contest, paw canvas painting, and more. The Lumber Yard Bar owners Nathan and Michale will serve up specialty cocktails and DJ Ray will spin.

FESTIVALS

105. BrasilFest
Get a glimmer of Brazil's African, Portuguese, and indigenous roots with classical guitar, samba, and traditional folk music performances. Plus, watch a capoeira martial arts demonstration, take in glittering costumes, and taste a variety of traditional foods.

FILM

106. VOYEUR Presents 'Private Property'
The recently restored 1960 independent film Private Property stars Warren Oates and Kate Manx as two Los Angeles drifters who follow a woman to her home to assault her. After a private White House screening, the Kennedys allegedly called the film "sordid and depressing," but others claim it was ahead of its time. See it for yourself as part of the monthly VOYEUR series of "strange and wonderfully perverse cinematic gems."

FOOD & DRINK

107. Pear-a-dise
Pick pears from a 100-year-old orchard, sample pear treats, make pear art, attend gardening talks, and delight in more activities in celebration of the pomaceous fruit.

MUSIC

108. Kirby Krackle, Alex Nackman
Nerd rockers Kirby Krackle, who have collaborated with Marvel Comics, will sing songs about comic characters, video games, and other geeky pop culture subjects.

PERFORMANCE

109. Don Giovanni
In this #MeToo-inspired opera from the Core Ensemble, the victims of a wealthy and rapacious (but publicly adored) Don Giovanni work together to bring their abuser's crimes into the spotlight.

READINGS & TALKS

110. Gretchen McNeil and Lish McBride
Young adult horror/suspense novelist Gretchen McNeil will share her new horror-comedy novel #MURDERTRENDING (Disney/Freeform). She'll be joined by Lish McBride, a fiction writer who claims to have been raised by wolves in the Pacific Northwest.

111. What Makes Authority Legitimate?
In this talk, Pacific Lutheran University philosophy professor Dr. Adam Arnold will explore the topic of patriarchal authority figures. Under what conditions are they legitimate?

SPORTS & RECREATION

112. Silent Yoga at the Park
Zone all the way out by putting on headphones and allowing a live DJ to guide you through a vinyasa yoga class at the beach. OLEO will provide CBD-infused drinks, as well as coconut water and iced rooibos tea.