Experience the autumn Hindu festival that celebrates the triumph of light over darkness at Diwali: Lights of India on Saturday. GETTY/MURALINATH

Panicking because you haven't yet made plans for the weekend and you're short on cash? Don't worry—below, find all of your options for last-minute entertainment that won't cost more than $10, ranging from the Lazy Daisy Vintage Market to the Rhododendron Garden Fall Foliage Festival & Plant Sale, and from The Anderson School Pumpkin Party to Killing Marías: A Staged Reading. For even more options, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.

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FRIDAY

ART

1. The Factory presents: DRUGS
Top Seattle talents like Arson Nicki, Brett Hamil, Naa Akua, Jennifer Zwick, and others will spend an evening in artistic/literary/performative contemplation of drugs, whether prescribed, recreational, or metaphorical. Just Kaija will host.
(Capitol Hill, $5–$10 donation)

COMMUNITY

2. 52 Lists for Togetherness Launch Party
Moorea Seal and Seattle Refined will celebrate their new "52 Lists for Togetherness" journal and postcards—which provide "new ways to connect and love through the power of list making"—with a brief discussion followed by a party and singing. The first 100 guests will receive complimentary swag bags.
(Downtown, free)

FILM

3. William Castle's '13 Ghosts' in Illusion-O
Watch the 1960 horror flick 13 Ghosts, about a poor family who inherits an old (ghost riddled, duh) mansion.
(Pioneer Square, $5)

GEEK & GAMING

4. Beer & Board Games
Play tabletop games and sip three four-ounce brews from Counterbalance Brewing. The first 24 people will receive a free pint glass.
(Queen Anne, $5)

HALLOWEEN

5. Halloween on the Hill
This family-friendly Bellevue community Halloween party promises carnival games, a ventriloquist, a pumpkin race, "dessert theater," a scary movie, and a "zip scare."
(Bellevue, free)

6. Halloween Soundtrack Listening Party
Celebrate the new Halloween movie by hearing its creepy soundtrack. Plus, enjoy Halloween treats and enter to win a vinyl copy.
(Ballard, free)

7. Hamlin Halloween Haunt
Get mildly spooked by ghostly songs and stories around a campfire while you roast marshmallows. Or you can hop on a hayride and play games at this family-friendly event.
(Shoreline, free)

MUSIC

8. ArtrA, Guests
Tacoma "modern rock band" ArtrA promise to satisfy the eardrums of rock, prog, grunge, and metal fans alike.
(University District, $8)

9. Bushwick Book Club: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
Local artists and musicians will perform original music inspired by and based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's genre classic The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

10. Drake Nite
Dance mediocrely (just kidding!) to Drake classics, remixes, and more into the wee hours at this annual tribute night.
(Capitol Hill, $5/$10)

11. Fluung, Darklands, Slumberbox
Three-piece rock act Fluung will headline a night out in Eastlake with support sets by Rhode Island's Darklands and Seattle "moderate rockers" Slumberbox.
(Eastlake, $5/$8)

12. Halloweener with El' Steiner!
Local hippie rockers El’ Steiner, Stingshark, and Nurse Ratchett will play songs at this Halloween show.
(Shoreline, $10)

13. Heartbeat Silent Disco - Mystery Train 2 Masquerade
Shroud yourself in mystery by donning a mask and dancing to tunes of your choice in a silent disco.
(Sodo, $10)

14. Sebastian and the Deep Blue, Mojo Riot, Guests
Several recent NW vogues intersect in this musically ambitious neuftet: the thing where there are tons of people in the band, including string and horn sections, and the thing where the musical influences intermingle to include skoshes of R&B, funk, and, according to them, “afropop,” along with the thing where you get the vague sense they might have just stepped out of a church. Or maybe it only sounds like that because they can actually play. Which they definitely can. The arrangements are impressive, and the songs really move. SEAN NELSON
(Capitol Hill, $10)

15. Suburban Vermin, Mud On My Bra, BUGS, The Wreck'd, Fosphene
Crunchy Seattle punks Suburban Vermin will tear up Greenwood with some help from local lo-fi surf punks Mud On My Bra, "two-piece punk party" BUGS, pop-punk the Wreck'd, and alt-rockers Fosphene.
(Greenwood, $7)

16. Tim McBride & the Divide, American Opera, Butterflies of Death
Seattle country rockers Tim McBride and the Divide will share the stage with Brooklyn indie rockers American Opera and Seattle "doomgrass" band Butterflies of Death.
(University District, $7)

PERFORMANCE

17. “Second Act” with Christine Deavel & J.W. (John) Marshall
The two former owners of Open Books, Christine Deavel and J.W. (John) Marshall, will read from their new play, Vicinity/Memoryall, about two people searching for a memorial to the victims of violence in their city. There will also be a screening of Sarah Linkatoon's short film "Olive," which won the 2018 Emerging Visions Filmmaker Award.
(Wallingford, free)

READINGS & TALKS

18. Coffee & Concepts
UW School of Drama hosts this series of talks by scholars and practitioners, aimed at students and the general public. Tonight will be hosted by communications scholar Ralina Joseph. 
(University District, free)

19. David Hu: When Robots Walk on Water
At this Town Hall event, the author of How to Walk on Water and Climb up Walls will explain how animal locomotion is inspiring the polymorphic robot horde that will probably supersede our own sluggish, meaty species.
(University District, $5)

20. Kim Sagwa: Mina
Kim Sagwa is a rising young South Korean writer who's won multiple awards and was granted a three-year residency in the USA as an "Alien of Extraordinary Ability in the Arts." Her new novel, Mina, is about a frantic teenager driven to distraction by pressures of school and society. She'll be joined by Bruce Fulton and Ju-Chan Fulton, her translators, as well as local poet Don Mee Choi.
(Capitol Hill, free)

21. Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum: What We Do with the Wreckage
PEN/O. Henry Prize recipient Kirsten Sundberg Lunstrum writes about "finding resilience in the face of adversity" in her new collection of short fiction. She'll introduce some of the stories' inspiring characters at this reading.
(Lake Forest Park, free)

SPORTS & RECREATION

22. Ladies* Skate Night
Skate Like a Girl and Glamorous Refusal welcome all non-male-identifying skate enthusiasts to learn some sweet tricks, see skate videos, and flip through a copy of the Skate Witches 11 zine.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

FRIDAY-SATURDAY

ART

23. Allison Collins
Collins' Eastern Washington and San Juan oil landscapes mix inspirations from mosaics, quilts, and other pattern-based arts.
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

24. Emily Sudd: Sitting in the Dark
Los Angeles artist and university instructor Emily Sudd is becoming known for cheeky, sometimes literal mash-ups of utilitarian ceramic objects and post-minimalist sculptures, like plates and vessels jammed onto an easel-perched canvas or a bisected vase full of melted ceramic detritus. In this exhibition, her 3-D pieces will be accompanied by stainless-steel jewelry chains strung into tapestry-like arrangements. Some are elegant, others rough, chunky, and even downright ugly. Some evoke destructive processes; others seem purely abstract, yet eschew formalism through the use of unconventional materials. All toy with the distinctions between art, junk, implement, and decoration. JOULE ZELMAN
(Downtown, free)
Opening reception Saturday

25. Eirik Johnson
What motivates people to carve their initials into the bark of a living tree? This fall, local publisher Minor Matters will be releasing PINE, a book of new photography by Neddy-award winning artist Eirik Johson. For this body of work, Johnson has photographed found instances of tree graffiti, considering the circumstances that might have prompted people to leave such marks. To accompany these images, Johnson has commissioned a digital mixtape by an exciting roster of musicians including SassyBlack, Newaxeyes, Whiting Tennis, and Tenderfoot. This exhibition timed to the book's release will showcase Johnson's work in color photography, illuminated light boxes, and sound. EMILY POTHAST
(Queen Anne, free)
Opening Friday

FRIDAY-SUNDAY

COMMUNITY

26. Callus Pop-Up
Artists and artisans will hawk flowers, vintage clothing, coffee, china, and more. 
(Chinatown-International District, free)

MUSIC

27. NadaFest
Take your anxiety over the Showbox, sadness about Sasquatch!, and irritation at Upstream, and find some relief at this fest. NadaMucho.com has been supporting local musicians for 22 years, which is essentially a century in internet years. Punk-punctuated, rock-heavy, and peppered with hiphop, all three days of this celebration are gaga-good. Eight acts perform each night, rotating between Substation’s main stage and Chandelier Room, with Strawberry Mountain, Happy Heartbreak, and Nauticult headlining. Look at your long game and go witness these ascending artists in a space that hasn’t yet been saddled by New Seattle. AJ DENT
(Ballard, $10)

SATURDAY

ART

28. Light Notes / Dark Undertones
Local writer and artist Leah Ivey Raquel will present her art show alongside poet Jerrod E Bohn and musician John Carlson, who will also get some stage time.
(Queen Anne, free)

29. Magalie Guérin: The Marfa Paintings
Chicago-based artist Magalie Guérin makes abstract paintings that distort perceptions of foreground and background through colorful biomorphic and geometric forms.
(Downtown, free)
Opening Saturday

30. Mort Cinder
One lifetime's worth of witnessing strife and atrocity is hard enough. But what if every time you died, you came back to endure even more? The influential Argentinian comic Mort Cinder, written by Héctor Germán Oesterheld (aka HGO) and illustrated by Alberto Breccia in the early 1960s, is about one man weathering human depravity across time and space (including outer space). The weathered, tortured faces of murderers, soldiers, grave robbers, and adventurers are rendered in high-contrast black-and-white that will look familiar to fans of Frank Miller. Oesterheld was a left-winger with anti-totalitarian activities and writings—and in 1977, he, his three daughters, and their husbands were “disappeared” and presumably murdered. At long last, Oesterheld and Breccia's creation will be issued in English by Fantagraphics, and HGO’s grandson Martin Oesterheld will be here to discuss its legacy. JOULE ZELMAN
(Georgetown, free)

31. Our Climate Windmill Mosaic
The pro-Earth activists of Our Climate will lead you in making a huge windmill mosaic, with each tile representing "what over 400 young people around Washington State have to lose if we don't vote #YesOn1631." 
(Capitol Hill, free)

32. Pabst Can Art Show
Artists will share their love for the Milwaukee-bred, reliably chugable beer by showing Pabst Blue Ribbon-inspired work. There will be free PBR and live music from local trap artist 52Kings.
(Pioneer Square, free)

33. Roldy Aguero Ablao
Mixed-media artist and storyteller Roldy Ablao creates artwork inspired by themes of home, Indigenous identity, and environmental justice.
(Downtown, free)

34. solid objects, presentation A
Visual artist Victoria Haven and choreographer Heather Kravas will collaborate on a long-term project exploring their close friendship, debuting at Oxbow. Guests can stop by to watch them "rehearse, render, cook, rest and observe."
(Georgetown, free)

COMMUNITY

35. Arbor Day
Arbor Day is traditionally celebrated in April, but Seattle likes to follow its own rules, so we celebrate it in October. Show your love for Washington's trees by planting saplings, going on a neighborhood tree walk, pressing apple cider, and more. 
(Crown Hill, free)

36. Bon Voyage Vintage Anniversary Celebration!
The vintage shop will celebrate 10 years of business (and six years at their Pioneer Square location) with treats and champagne, as well as a Tiny Thunder jewelry pop-up. Wear your costume if you like.
(Pioneer Square, free)

37. Celtic Fling
Get a taste of Celtic culture by eating traditional food, seeing performances, and shopping from artisans.
(Roosevelt, free)

38. Civic Saturday
Eric Liu will host Civic Saturday, described as "a civic analogue to church": a service that celebrates the American civic tradition through readings, songs, silent reflection, and a sermon by Liu himself.
(Fremont, free)

39. Daughters of the British Empire Bazaar
Anglophiles can put their pinkies up for a day of crafts, British baked goods, raffles, games, and more.
(Edmonds, free)

40. Duwamish Alive
Celebrate the return of the salmon to Puget Sound waters and find out how you can champion urban wildlife with Duwamish Alive.
(Various locations, free)

41. Grand Opening Celebration
Win tiny plants and shop all inventory for 20 percent off at the grand opening of the Plant Store.
(White Center, free)

42. Issaquah Goes Apples
Shop for fresh apples (and other fall produce) at a pop-up farmer's market, and enjoy other autumnal activities in Issaquah.
(Issaquah, free)

43. Native Plant Walk
See the native plants, like Western Red Cedars, berries, ferns, and shrubs, that thrive in the Northwest in October on this walk through Seward Park's old growth forest. 
(Rainier Valley, $5)

44. Pickles Playland Grand Re-opening
"Kirkland's exclusive dog club" will celebrate its re-opening with raffles benefitting the Puget Sound Rescue, a ball pit, a dog treat booth from Seattle Barkery, and live music from Corey James Clifton. 
(Kirkland, free)

FESTIVALS

45. Diwali: Lights of India
Experience Diwali, the autumn Hindu festival that celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, by seeing classical Odissi, Bharatanatyam and Kathak dances, admiring a mandala (rangoli) decorative arrangement, getting a henna tattoo, eating Indian vegetarian food, and more.
(Seattle Center, free)

FILM

46. International Independent Video Store Day
On the 30th birthday of the invaluable video store/rental Scarecrow Video, play games for prizes, groove to movie soundtracks, and shop—almost every Criterion Collection title will be 50 percent off, so you can stock up on great cinema for the rest of the year. 
(University District, free)

47. Video Apocalypse!
It's time again for the gallery's weird VHS and video swap! Feel like you're back in the esoteric '90s. Donate a dollar if you're just coming to see the tapes.
(Ballard, free-$1)

FOOD & DRINK

48. Camber Coffee + Wink Doughnuts Pop Up!
Taste free coffee from Bellingham microroasters Camber Coffee and meet one of its founders, David Yake. If you're craving a doughnut, grab a gluten-free one from plant-based purveyors Wink Doughnuts.
(Downtown, free)

49. Free Demos: Stuart Brioza, Nicole Krasinski, and Shota Nakajima
Watch husband-and-wife team and James Beard Award winners Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski demonstrate how to make carrot mochi with pickled carrots, carrot vinaigrette, and pistachio dukkah, followed by local James Beard-nominated chef Shota Nakajima of Adana showing how to make Alaskan salmon nanban.
(Kirkland, free)

50. The Story of Dong Ding Oolong
The tea shop will tell the story behind its popular Dong Ding Oolong, which they get from an independent farmer on Dong Ding Mountain in Taiwan.
(Ballard, free)

HALLOWEEN

51. Beer Garden Trick-or-Treating!
Your kids can trick-or-treat for candy while you trick-or-treat for brews in a beer garden.
(West Seattle, free admission)

52. Costume Contest & Cocktails
Enjoy special Halloween spirits (of both the ghostly and boozy varieties), as well as scary movies and prizes for cool costumes.
(Capitol Hill, free)

53. Haunted Boooathouse
A haunted boathouse may sound scary, but the haunts here are all in good fun; you'll find Halloween movies, pumpkin bowling, ghost ship toy boat-building (followed by a rain gutter regatta), and popcorn and cider.
(South Lake Union, free)

54. KawaiiWeen
Halloween will get a dose of extreme cuteness—with a special focus on witches—at this Kawaii art show, fashion show, and crafting event. There will be lots and lots of candy.
(Chinatown-International District, free)

55. Snohomish Zombie Walk
There's finally an excuse to zombify yourself and stomp down the street with equally dead-looking individuals. Don't have adequate makeover materials at home? Stop by the face-painting station to get that corpse pallor. You can also help prepare for a potential zombie apocalypse by bringing food for the Snohomish Food Bank, who will be on site to collect donations.
(Snohomish, free)

MUSIC

56. 2018 Big Sing with the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium
Belt Brahms' Requiem with a chorus of skilled singers. Various conductors from the 85 member choirs of the Greater Seattle Choral Consortium will lead the different movements.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

57. Band It LIVE Halloween Show
Skylark will host the big Band It monthly show with a variety of genre and artist tribute performances. Bands throughout the night will play selections originally by the Pixies, Marilyn Manson, and Rob Zombie.
(West Seattle, $8)

58. Danny Cash And The Gallows, Jamie Nova Sky, Stoned Evergreen Travelers
Johnny Cash tribute band Danny Cash and the Gallows will play their hot and blue guitars with bill support from Seattle rockers Jamie Nova SKY and Tacoma's Stoned Evergreen Travelers.
(Greenwood, $8)

59. DASH, Trash Dogs, Meanderthals
Dance to "light-a-fire-under-your-ass" soul/rock from Bozeman, Montana band DASH, who will be joined by '80s-inspired Seattle punk band Trash Dogs and Bothell math rockers Meanderthals.
(Ballard, $8)

60. DoNormaal, Power Strip, Velvet Q, Fluung, Tasteful Nude
Three-piece rock act Fluung will headline a night out in Eastlake with support sets by Rhode Island's Darklands and Seattle "moderate rockers" Slumberbox.
(University District, $5)

61. Foxhole Norman, Mobilities, The Snubs, Boss Tanaka
Local rock quartet Foxhole Norman will play tracks from their latest 7-inch and will headline this show along with support sets from Portland alt rockers Mobilities, Seattle garage punks the Snubs, and punk quartet Boss Tanaka.
(University District, $7)

62. The Heroine, Detonator, Hillside '77, Speed Control
San Antonio rock quintet the Heroine apply their blue-collar work ethic to their touring schedule, steadily gigging across the country all year long. They'll be joined by fellow Northwest rockers Detonator, Hillside '77, and Speed Control.
(Eastlake, $8/$10)

63. Last Rockers Presents: Hauntings
Spend your Saturday afternoon dancing to "dark and spooky" sets from local new wave goths Suffering For Kisses, electro "horrorsynth" artist Idoless, dark wavers NiGHTofAL, punky shoegaze band Red Martian, and DJ Seraphim.
(Georgetown, $7)

64. Skates!, Thompson Springs, Cozy Slippers, The Arnolds
Hot-shit surf punks Skates! will headline a night of riffage with support from Chicago rockers Thompson Springs, Seattle indie-pop trio Cozy Slippers, and a Seattle band who plays "music for famous Arnolds," the Arnolds.
(University District, $8)

65. Sundodger, Surf the Pines, Kiro Skiro
Sundodger are influenced by '70s, '90s, and '00s rock. Dance to that, and save some energy for additional sets from local indie rockers Surf the Pines and Kiro Skiro.
(Tukwila, $5)

66. Whisky Grinn, Guests
Brisbane rock band Whisky Grinn are influenced by the classics: Led Zepplin, the Red Hot Chill Peppers, Gary Clark Jr., Wolfmother, and the Rolling Stones.
(West Seattle, $5)

PERFORMANCE

67. Thriftease: Club-Kid Catwalk
Hot go-go queers will model pieces from Mona Real's incredible thrift-store-alimented wardrobe, which you can buy straight off their willing bodies—bidding starts at a buck! The runway will just explode with alien fashions and vintage finds.
(Downtown, $10)

READINGS & TALKS

68. Dylan Thuras: The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid
Atlas Obscura, the organization devoted to adventures in geography, culture, and history, is bringing out a book about world exploration for kids. Dylan Thuras, co-founder of the foundation, will debut his guide to 100 landmarks in 47 countries at this Town Hall event.
(Phinney, $5)

69. John Kaag: Hiking with Nietzsche
An introspective man gains insights into the human condition and his own sense of self by hiking the Swiss peaks where Nietzsche wrote his famous work Thus Spoke Zarathustra. Join him for a reading.
(Capitol Hill, free)

70. Kieran O'Malley
Belfast-based author Kieran O'Malley will present his ode to the wandering life, Travelin' Still, at this reading.
(University District, free)

71. New England Review at 40: An Anniversary Reading
The New England Review will celebrate 40 years of publishing with readings from Rick Barot, Gabrielle Bates, Keetje Kuipers, Eric McMillan, Susan Rich, Martha Silano, and Lena Khalaf Tuffaha.
(Wallingford, free)

72. Spiders of the Duwamish
Ah, the Northwest, rich in stone fruits, sea mammals, hummingbirds, and everyone's favorite: spiders! Learn about the crawlies that inhabit the Duwamish River Valley at this talk and nature walk. Don't worry, our eight-legged friends are not as scary as they look. 
(West Seattle, free)

73. The Value of a Work of Art Can Be Measured By the Harm Spoken of It: Conversations with David Shields
Distinguished intellectual David Shields will talk about his book War is Beautiful with Whitney Otto, author of How To Make an American Quilt.
(First Hill, free)

SATURDAY-SUNDAY

ART

74. Erin Shafkind, Myra Kahaya
Erin Shafkind shows drawings alongside Myra Kaha's abstract architectural models in this collaborative exhibition.
(Roosevelt, free)
Closing Sunday

75. Fortune House: Tarot & Palm Readings by Cindy Mochizuki
As part of the Group Therapy exhibition, Vancouver psychic Cindy Mochizuki will set up a trade: If you tell her about a personal monster of yours, she'll bestow upon you a tarot reading and translate your words into a work of art.
(First Hill, free)

76. Night of the Outsiders (NOTO) Group Show and Exhibition
Four “Night of the Outsiders” artists—including Candace E. Behuniak, Tom Davis, Georgann Gibso, and Jacquie Theilen—show their eclectic work.
(Wallingford, free)
Opening Saturday

COMMUNITY

77. Fall Color Tours
See the Kubota Garden in all of its autumn glory as the leaves of the euonymus, Japanese maple, and gingko trees change colors.
(Rainier Valley, free)

FESTIVALS

78. Fall Foliage Festival & Plant Sale
Pick up plants, pumpkins, and seasonal treats, see pop-up artist demos, take gardening workshops, and more at this week-long autumnal festival.
(Federal Way, free)

FOOD & DRINK

79. Leif Erikson Bazaar 2018
This family-friendly festival will include Nordic food like krumkake, ertesuppe (pea soup), lapskaus (lamb stew), and rømmegrøt (a sour cream porridge), plus Norwegian desserts and coffee, crafts, raffles, books, antiques, and more.
(Ballard, free)

SUNDAY

ART

80. 10th Anniversary Celebration of C Art Gallery
Eric Salisbury's gallery will mark its 10th year and accept honors from the Historical Central Area Arts & Cultural District.
(Central District, free)

81. Joan Stuart Ross and Rachel Maxi: Oysters
Two artists depict the delicious bivalves that so invite our lascivious slurps.
(Capitol Hill, free)

COMMUNITY

82. 'For the Birds' Benefit Concert
Enjoy the euphonious eight-part harmonies of the 32nd Street Singers as they perform songs from a variety of musical genres to benefit the Seward Park Audubon Center.
(Columbia City, free)

83. Fall Arboretum Weekend Walks
The botanic gardens' fall topic is Momijigari, a Japanese event for viewing fall foliage. Walk among the Japanese Maple cultivar collection and other deciduous trees and shrubs every weekend. 
(University District, free)

84. Lazy Daisy Vintage Market 2.0
A vintage clothing and art market soundtracked by a soul music DJ with a build-your-own-mimosa and Bloody Mary bar! Buy clothes, cure your hangover, and shop local all on Beacon Hill. Vendors this month will include Adria Garcia of Indian Summer Vintage, The Stranger's music calendar editor Kim Selling, Mona Real, Helene Glover, Cordelia Funk, Flesh Vessel, Lilac Magic, and Tiny Thunder.
(Beacon Hill, free)

85. The Meditation of Glamorous Refusal
Delight in the refusal to make noise at this 30-minute meditation hosted by the magazine that celebrates women saying "no." 
(Capitol Hill, free)

86. Mourning Market
Need to make your living space a little more ghoulish? Find everything you need from over 35 local vendors, and wear your gothiest outfit while you shop.
(Eastlake, $1)

87. Skylark Art Mart
Shop for work by local artists, including prints from G Ward, photography from MonMar, jewelry from Echotree Jewelry, funky animal shirts by Thromes, and more. While you poke around, enjoy acoustic sets from Quiet and Aaron Shay, plus a DJ set from Spirit Fingaz.
(West Seattle, free)

FESTIVALS

88. Fauntleroy Fall Festival
Join the Fauntleroy community for this annual festival featuring pumpkin painting, pony rides, birdhouse crafting, rock climbing, and more.
(West Seattle, free)

FILM

89. MIPoPS Celebrates Home Movie Day 2018!
The Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound will assemble a panel of experts who can tell you how best to safeguard your home movies and videos through digitization or other means. You can watch home movies on the big screen, claim some swag, and more.
(Capitol Hill, $5–$10 suggested donation)

90. SHRIEK! Pet Sematary
It's time again for SHRIEK!, the class on women and minorities in horror films, which includes a screening and discussion led by Clarion West alum and author Evan J. Peterson and "Seattle's Film Maven" Heather Marie Bartels. Watch Stephen King's infamous Pet Sematary, the movie that made you afraid of your cat and your baby brother, then discuss with an eye on gender.
(Greenwood, $10)

91. Voyeur presents: Alice, Sweet Alice
This series of weird films will continue with a screening of Alfred Sole’s 1976 cult thriller about a young girl accused of a series of murders in her suburban New Jersey community.
(University District, free)

HALLOWEEN

92. The Anderson School Pumpkin Party
Carve a pumpkin, watch Halloween classics like Hocus Pocus and The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, sip ciders on tap, munch on BBQ and apple cider doughnuts, and enter a costume contest at this family-friendly fall celebration.
(Bothell, free)

93. Halloween Pet Parade
As if pets weren't cute enough on their own, dress them up in Halloween costumes and parade them around for the ultimate cuteness overload. Then, you can thank them for putting up with you with vendor booths, prizes, and more.
(Capitol Hill, free)

MUSIC

94. Charlatan, We Are Parasols, Machine Dervish
Noisy local post-punks Charlatan will share a bill with electro shoegaze band We Are Parasols and Seattle rockers Machine Dervish.
(Fremont, $6/$8)

95. Close Encounter, Goldnwolf, North by North, Biblioteka
Local dream-pop group Close Encounter make music for alien friends, with a predilection for introspective and paranormal shoegaze. They'll be joined by alt rockers Goldnwolf, North by North, and Biblioteka.
(Pioneer Square, $5/$8)

96. Jazz in the City: Susan Pascal
Vibraphone master Susan Pascal will play a free and all-ages eclectic set of dreamy jazz explorations.
(First Hill, free)

97. Josh Field and Friends
Groove to country soul-rock from Josh Field and Friends.
(Downtown, $8/$10)

98. Northwest Record Show
Go spend your life savings at the annual record show, where you can browse thousands of classic records, music memorabilia, and compact discs (if those are more your speed).
(Seattle Center, $3)

99. Octomalien
Local instrumental duo Octomalien (named for the fact that together they have eight limbs) will layer instruments and harmonies "to create the big sound of a six-piece band."
(Capitol Hill, free)

100. Sing It! Seattle
Are you a layperson who also enjoys singing? Here's your chance to be part of a choir and perform in front of an audience. You'll even get to vote on which song to learn.
(Downtown, $5)

PERFORMANCE

101. The Drag Show of Glamorous Refusal
Betty Wetter will host a night of drag that celebrates "saying no at any age," as per the message of the Glamorous Refusal magazine, with local performers spanning generations (RainBowGore Cake, Arson Nicki, and Jackie Hell).
(Capitol Hill, free)

102. Soul School podcast launch party x lululemon
Join Audrey Sutton for the launch of her new podcast, Soul School, and for some yoga, bubbly, and a live taping.
(University District, free)

READINGS & TALKS

103. A Celebration of Irish Writers: 20th Anniversary Reading
The Wild Geese Players, founded by poet Kieran O'Malley, will perform beautiful verses and prose by W.B. Yeats, James Joyce, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, Billy Collins, Pádraig Pearse, John McGahern, and O’Malley himself. Help them celebrate their 20 years of spreading the love of Irish literature. 
(Greenwood, free)

104. Killing Marías: A Staged Reading
Writers Donna Miscolta and Catalina Cantú will read poetry from Washington State Poet Laureate Claudia Castro Luna's epic Killing Marías at this special staging, which will be scored by Trio Guadalevín and dance by Milvia Pacheco. Rich Smith has written of the collection, which addresses the murders of women in Juarez named María: "Luna's lyrics champion feminine strength, challenge masculine violence, and offer some succor in a rough desert."
(Columbia City, free)

105. Natasha Kochicheril Moni and Rena Priest: Floating Bridge Press Group Reading
Hear a recent Floating Bridge Press contributor Natasha Kochicheril Moni (the winner of this year's Floating Bridge Press Chapbook Award) read new work.
(Capitol Hill, free)

106. Southwest Stories: Easy Street Records
Easy Street Records founder Matt Vaughan opened his West Seattle store at age 18. He'll dish on Seattle's music scene and his own experience as a small business owner.
(West Seattle, free)

107. Stealing Light: A Raven Chronicles Anthology
Hear work published by Raven Chronicles Press from 1991 to 1996 with readings by Ken Gollersrud Ayala, Bart Baxter, James Bertolino, Alice Derry, Paul r Harding, Alicia Hokanson, Larry Laurence, and many others.
(Downtown, free)

108. Surreal Storytelling with Strange Women #2
The second installment of the Surreal Storytelling with Strange Women reading series will feature weed-centric poetry and fiction writer Amanya Maloba (aka Kenya Ku$h), novelist and poet Erika Brumett, socio-environmental-focused poet Kat Kavanaugh, and Nica Selvaggio.
(Capitol Hill, $5 suggested donation)