Check out more than 300 works on paper for sale (on Friday) and revisit Anthony White's curated show (on Friday and Saturday) at While Supplies Last and Ultra Light Beams.

Panicking because you don’t know what to do this 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 Love in the Market, and from Vaginomicon to Mama's Thirsty: A Queer Valentine's Day Afterparty. For even more options, check out our complete Things To Do calendar, our list of cheap & easy things to do in Seattle all year long, and our roundup of places to watch the 2019 Academy Awards ceremony.

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1. People's Town Hall for a Green New Deal
Here's your chance to talk about the details of the AOC-backed Green New Deal—a set of proposed programs that aim to address climate change and economic inequality—at a town hall led by youth activist group Sunrise Movement. Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray will be in attendance.
(Downtown, free)


2. Author Talk: One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese by Claudia Lucero
Author Claudia Lucero will demonstrate a recipe from her new cookbook One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese, which explains how to make over 25 quick and easy plant-based cheeses, ranging from a cashew brie to Swiss made with cauliflower, tahini paste, and tapioca.
(Fremont, free)

3. Post Valentine's Wine Tasting
Toast to Valentine's Day with six samples of amorous wines paired with Alexandra's Macarons.
(West Seattle, $5)

4. Thoughtfully Paired
Taste locally made fare paired with single malts and enjoy music curated by the Emerald City Soul Club. 
(Sodo, $10)


5. Ayo Dot & the Uppercuts, Spencer Glenn Band
High-energy hiphop fusion group Ayo Dot & the Uppercuts take the vocal power of Ayo and weave it into riff-shredding and bass-heavy throw-downs among the Uppercuts. They'll be joined by indie-soul group Spencer Glenn Band.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

6. Beatrix Sky, Vaens, Mortuary Beach, Poltersleep
Seattle-based synthpop artist Beatrix Sky will bring the darkwave to your Friday with support from electro-pop artist Vaens, surfy dance-popper Mortuary Beach, and '80s-inspired synthpop artist Poltersleep.
(Ballard, $10)

7. Dangg, Pinned Red, Despairer
Seattle bands Dangg, Pinned Red (who's celebrating the release of a new album), and Despairer will get heavy with their rock.
(University District, $7)

8. Guest Directors, Loose Wing, These People Here, Spinster
Local shoegaze band Guest Directors will celebrate the release of their third album, Dream the Currents, with some help from their friends Loose Wing (indie garage rock), These People Here (atmospheric math rock), and Spinster (forlorn dream pop). 
(Eastlake, $10)

9. Jim O'Halloran Trio with Farko Dosumov and Royce C. Shorter, Jr.
Local jazz mainstay Jim O'Halloran will be joined by fellow pros Farko Dosumov, Royce C. Shorter, and Jr. Trio.
(Columbia City, free)

10. Johnny Astro
Johnny Astro will play "surf, lounge, and spy-movie music" until late.
(Downtown, free)

11. Justin Hale, Brandon Marsalis, Charlie Cash
Hiphop and R&B youngster Justin Hale is inspired by Drake, PartyNextDoor, Bryson Tiller, and Travis Scott. He'll headline with support from Brandon Marsalis and Charlie Cash. 
(Belltown, $10)

12. Max Hay
"Cult-classic road machine" Max Hay promises a truly diverse array of genres in one set, including "reggae, Irish, country, and blues rhythms mixed with soulful bass vocals and sailing harmonica leads."
(Downtown, free)

13. Natalie Wouldn't, Planet Fly
Eight-piece ska/rocksteady band Natalie Wouldn't will perform with support from local soul/funk outfit Planet Fly. 
(Shoreline, $8)

14. Northshore Fire Foundation Charity Show
Support homeless families at this Mary's Place and Northshore Fire Foundation fundraiser featuring Northwest bands Gypsy Temple, Asterhouse, BoobooLala, and Ian Hale and the Legacy.
(West Seattle, $10)

15. Ranger and the Re-Arrangers
Old-timey jazz dudes Ranger and the Re-Arrangers will perform a free set that will include swing standards, traditional g*psy melodies, tracks from the catalog of Django Reinhardt, and Ranger's original work.
(Downtown, free)

16. Rob Scheps with Phil Sparks Trio
Talented saxophonist Phil Sparks and his trio will play music during happy hour.
(Green Lake, free)

17. The Science of Deduction, The Shaken Growlers
The members of local quartet the Science of Deduction have been playing music since the 1980s. They'll play their New Wave electronic jams after sets from Fredrico Futura and the Shaken Growlers. 
(Tukwila, $7)

18. SLAY: A Hip Hop Party for LGBT and People of Color
This dance party is geared toward LGBTQ+ people of color, featuring two live DJs, a photo booth, and more, with all proceeds benefitting Planned Parenthood. 
(Capitol Hill, $5/$10)

19. W Music Spotlight: Whitney Mongé
Local alternative soul artist—and former Seattle busker—Whitney Mongé will fill your eardrums with a voice that Stranger contributor Andrew Hamlin has called "understated but emphatic."
(Downtown, free)

20. Winter Rituals
Embrace the heart of winter with pagan folk and "acoustic funeral doom" with Northwest bands Isenordal, Organelle, novemthree, and dead salmon. 
(Downtown, $5-$10)


21. Charlie Jane Anders: The City in the Middle of the Night
Charlie Jane Anders's new novel, The City in the Middle of the Night, takes place on a planet with an eternal "day side" and an eternal "night side." When a girl named Sophie gets banished to the dark side, she survives by learning to communicate with the creatures who live there, discovering some hidden truths about her world in the process. Hear Anders read.
(Capitol Hill, free)

22. Latinx in the Pacific Northwest
Celebrate the publication of poet Casandra Lopez's Brother Bullet along with readings of work by other Latinx fiction and essay writers, namely Kathleen Alcalá (The Deepest Roots) and Isabel Quintero (Gabi, A Girl in Pieces).
(Capitol Hill, free)


23. Backstreet Bazaar
Local Latin funk band the New Triumph will play live while you shop from artsy vendors out of Hillman City and check out artwork by Siayana Suzumura and Mónica Mendoza-Castrejón. 
(Hillman City, free)

24. Fremont Vintage Mall 11th Birthday Party
Where would you go to get lost among cases of kitschy spoons, racks of vintage wool sweaters, and tables of weird lamps if the Fremont Vintage Mall weren't around? Wear your party hat and celebrate the basement emporium's 11th birthday with music, treats, and special deals.
(Fremont, free)


25. Winter in the Park: Free Art Encounters
Peek into Pacific Northwest Native artists' creative processes at free "Art Encounters" led by artists-in-residence Christine Babic and Alex Britt, who will explore the gap between contemporary and traditional Indigenous works through a combination of performance and installation.
(Belltown, free)



26. Anna Mlasowsky: Noon
At the beginning of January, glass artist Anna Mlasowsky began her residency-style solo exhibition that involves making crystals and inviting the public to help her in creating her beautiful glass objects. And in February, the German artist will be installing the fruits of her labor in the gallery. Taking the title of the show, Noon (the middle ground between night and day), as a jumping-off point, and also using natural materials like glass, water, and salt, Mlasowsky “probes into the opposites in hope to discover balance.” She is the first artist in the gallery’s women-focused 2019 season. JASMYNE KEIMIG
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

27. Dealer's Choice: Our 58th Annual Group Exhibition
Check out a diverse collection of new and recently acquired works by prominent Northwestern artists Victoria Adams, Guy Anderson, Richard Gilkey, Jacob Lawrence, David Kroll, George & Gerard Tsutakawa, and many others.
(Downtown, free)
Closing Saturday

28. Fay Jones and Robert C. Jones: In Tandem
Fay Jones is known for her monumental Westlake Station mural, for her Joan Mitchell Grant in 2013, and for her evasion of overt symbolism in favor of playful figurative allusions. Her husband Robert C. Jones, who passed away on December 23, was another titan of the Seattle art scene: His colorful gestural abstractions are embedded with Matissean black lines, and are a pleasure to look at. This exhibition features the artists' collaborative work.
(Downtown, Queen Anne, free)
Closing Saturday

29. Gurvich Contemporary Artist: Carolina Caycedo
London-born Carolina Caycedo, whose parents are Colombian, lives in Los Angeles and produces environmentally and politically engaged public art projects in many countries. Her work has also been seen in numerous biennials such as Venice, Whitney, Berlin, and Sao Paulo. Here, she'll be involving the public in projects related to Be Dammed, her ongoing reflection on the interconnectedness of waters and the freeing of waterways from dams. In addition to giving a lecture, she'll lead museum visitors in an improvised dance with handmade fishing nets and a conversation with Joshua Reid on Saturday.
(University District, free)

30. Henry Jackson-Spieker: Sight Lines
There is something a bit anxiety-inducing about being in a gallery or museum. As if there’s some specific way you are meant to behave and even look at art in those kinds of spaces. The latest installation from Seattle-based Henry Jackson-Spieker is trying to disrupt and interrogate that very notion. Jackson-Spieker uses the windows of the gallery as the primary viewing perspective, creating a clear “sight line” made of lattice-string sculpture that can only be seen from outside the gallery, obstructing free movement inside the space itself. JASMYNE KEIMIG
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

31. James Martin: Riding the Moon Train
Circus denizens, anthropomorphic animals, and mythical beings populate James Martin's art. Martin was born in 1928 in Everett and has been creating these whimsical scenes for decades. This exhibition will include selections from his lengthy career.
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

32. Rob Droessler: Under the Bridge
Droessler's ceramics work with structure, shadows, and a sense of missing or incomplete elements.
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

33. Sanctuary: Design for Belonging
The winners of the "Displaced: Design for Inclusive Cities" competition reveal their ideas for solving the problems facing immigrant and refugee communities and the urban areas that welcome them. The exhibition is organized along the themes of  "Social innovation, Shelter, Resource Hubs, Gathering Spaces, and Story Telling" and seeks to draw attention to the 60 million people who have been driven from their homes.
(Downtown, free)
Closing Saturday

34. Tara Tamaribuchi: Ephemeral Panoramas
Tamaribuchi, who had her debut exhibition only last year, presents three works: "a mirrored burial suit for her former 90s raver self, informed by the jade burial suits of Han Dynasty ancestors"; the view from a bullet train; and a stage installation for Noelle Chun's dance piece, Ma.
(Pioneer Square, free)
Closing Saturday

35. Uyen Tran Gjerde and Frank Renlie
Uyen Tran Gjerde shows paintings that explore female expressions of nature alongside Frank Renlie's quirky series Just For the Fun.
(Queen Anne, free)
Closing Saturday

36. While Supplies Last & Ultra Light Beams
Revisit curator Anthony White's Ultra Light Beams, which Stranger art critic Jasmyne Keimig called "post-analog as fuck," along with a new iteration of his pop-up gallery While Supplies Last, featuring more than 300 works on paper that you can buy at $30 each. (While Supplies Last is only on Friday, but you can see Ultra Light Beams on Saturday and next Tuesday.)
(Pioneer Square, free)


37. 2019 Cornish Winter New Works Festival
The Cornish Winter New Works Festival returns with three original short plays from fourth-year playwrights. The remaining play is Anu Brown's "The Pigs in Trenchcoats," which follows two girls who make a suicide pact sparked by the Y2K conspiracy.
(Belltown, free)



38. Exploring 'THAT!'
Julie Devine, Suzanne Brooker, and Jeane Myer paint the links "between the subconscious, conscious, and material realms," whether through landscapes, abstracts, or figuration.
(Downtown, free)
Opening Friday



39. Comedy Roast Battle: Seattle Vs Tacoma
Do the funniest and meanest comedians come out of Tacoma or Seattle? Find out as four comics from the South Sound and four comics from the Emerald City dish out the deepest of burns at this roast.
(Hillman City, $5)


40. 2019 Annual Tool Swap
Got some tools you never use? Trade them for different ones.
(Atlantic, free)

41. The Beach Party - Winter Bods Allowed
Dust off your flip-flops and swim trunks for a DJ dance party with "buckets of booze," high temperatures, and apparently some sand. 
(Ballard, free)

42. Build It Sammamish LEGO Event
Kids and adults alike can stop by to build towers, dinosaurs, or an entire LEGO city.
(Sammamish, free)

43. Health and Wellness Fair
Head to the Duwamish Longhouse's first health and wellness fair for free info from organizations like the University of Washington Health and Dental and Seattle Indian Health Board, plus raffles and free health screenings.
(West Seattle, free)

44. Spotlight on Poverty
Join YP Impact, FareStart's Michelle McDaniel, United Way of King County's Lauren McGowan, and others for a discussion on how to alleviate poverty in Seattle. 
(Downtown, free)


45. Cinema Eclectica
This month's theme of Cinema Eclectica—a film series that highlights "alt and awesome films"—is "Love / Struggles," featuring films about the challenges of seeking love and acceptance.
(University District, free)

46. The Story of Fascism in Europe
Learn about the rise and fall of murderous authoritarianism at a Meaningful Movies screening of travel guru Rick Steves's new special The Story of Fascism in Europe
(Capitol Hill, free)


47. Comadre Panaderia
Scarf delicious pan dulce treats like conchas and puerquitos from Mariela Camacho's Mexican bakery pop-up. If you love what you taste, visit them again at the Seattle Cake Con on Sunday.
(Georgetown, free admission)

48. Irish Soda Bread Cooking Exhibition and Class
Looking to master your Irish soda bread recipe before St. Patrick's Day? Bring your mixing bowl, your measuring spoons, and your apron to learn how to make a simple one with flour, soda, salt, and buttermilk.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

49. Outer Planet Brewing Celebrates 4th Orbit Around The Sun
Outer Planet Brewing will celebrate their fourth year of business with the release of their wheat-style ale "4th Orbit," as well as an oaky version. Bartenders Nate Anderson and Destiny Douglas will provide live music. 
(Capitol Hill, free)


50. Hamlet Choose-Your-Path Adult Pajama Party Storytime
Make yourself comfy for an indecisive night of adventures inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet. The storyteller, Davey, will read a prompt from Ryan North's choose-your-path book, which will inform the choices made by you, the audience. Hot drinks will be provided (bring a mug).
(Fremont, free)

51. Library Game Day
Try out local indie games from DIY designers.
(Skyway, free)

52. Pacific Northwest Regional Yo-Yo Championship
Swivel your yo-yo with the determination and skill of a bored tween in the year 1999 at this regional championship. Or, just show up to be a spectator.
(Seattle Center, free)

53. Sexy Lingo Bingo
This weekly bingo night gets a dose of sexual innuendos, with lots of fun prizes.
(Greenwood, free)


54. The Ben Thomas Trio
The Ben Thomas Trio will get your blood flowing with a night of tango music.  
(Downtown, free)

55. Bread & Butter, Old Gold, Head Band
Mozey over to Pioneer Square for what former Stranger music critic Emily Nokes called "no problemo rock and roll" from Bread & Butter. Seattle's Head Band and Old Gold Band will open.
(Pioneer Square, $7/$10)

56. Drunken Prayer, Jake Hemming & the Bereaved, The Black Planes
Drunken Prayer, who, according to their Facebook page, make "druggy spirituals, reluctant pop, [and] laid-back as fuck country," will play tracks off their last album with support sets by indie folk-rockers Jake Hemming & the Bereaved and local psych-rockers the Black Planes.
(University District, $10)

57. FCON, Mangy, BUGS, Skates
Mosh along to punk sets from White Center's FCON, Mangy, BUGS, and Skates. 
(University District, $7)

58. The Hard Rocks, Sun Mother, Waves of Rust, 25c Ride
Funky garage-rockers Sun Mother will headline with support from the Hard Rocks, Waves of Rust, and 25c Ride.
(Georgetown, $8)

59. Haute Sauce: PHNM
Portland-based MC PHNM (aka Colin Rebey) will bring you your Saturday night hiphop with support from DJs Swervewon, Doozy, and Woolbeanie.
(Capitol Hill, $10)

60. The Hot McGandhis
Get down to "funky jazz and boogaloo tunes" from a quintet of seasoned Seattle musicians as they play standards from the 1960s to the present.
(Downtown, free)

61. iBrent
Acoustic artist iBrent will play "catchy, colorful, kindie pop-rock" for all ages.
(Lake Forest Park, free)

62. Loop Fest
The solo performers and producers at this mini-fest all make music with pedals and loopers. Swirl around and around to sets by St. Sisyphus, Ground Water, Lavers, Loud in the Morning, GLITCHLETTE, Nacion de Humo, ARTEM/S, Sweet Creature, Power Strip, and Velvet Q Stripped.
(University District, $5-$10)

63. NorthLeft 007: Hard Reset
A diverse lineup of Seattle electronic musicians (Tony H of Late Night Munchies, Eva of Seattle DJ Academy, Miss Min.D of Fraktured, Cory Simpson of DEPTH, and Shamrock of NorthLeft) will keep you dancing. 
(Downtown, $8)

64. Spellbound: Mardi Goth Masquerade
If you wish Mardis Gras were a little more goth, here's a treat for you: This New Orleans-inspired dance party will have all the old-school goth and industrial punk and death-rock your heart desires. There will also be drink specials.
(Downtown, free)

65. Tremulant Pres. Just Emma
Dance into the wee hours with electronic artists Just Emma, Olivia Bee, and Joe Bellingham. 
(Downtown, $10)

66. Viva Vera Afterparty: Dance Yourself Clean VERA Takeover
After the Viva Vera Gala, keep supporting Vera Project's all-ages music and arts programming with a special edition of Dance Yourself Clean, where you can dance the night away to indie-pop and sip drink specials. 
(Capitol Hill, $5/$8)

67. Whiskey Fever, Del Vox, the Joy Mills Band
Pacific Northwest-bred quartet Whiskey Fever will bring a blend of rock, acoustic, and hillbilly jams to Ballard with support from Del Vox and the Joy Mills Band. 
(Ballard, $8)


68. Sylvia and Her Player Piano Sing-a-long
Choose from more than 150 songs to sing with drag queen Sylvia O'Stayformore.
(Georgetown, free)


69. Bill Fletcher: The Man Who Fell From the Sky
When someone is murdered in the sleepy Cape Cod town of Osterville in 1970, a young reporter for the Cape & Islands Gazette covers the story with the hope of getting recognized by a major paper. Hear more as Bill Fletcher reads from The Man Who Fell From the Sky.
(Rainier Valley, free)

70. Bruce Taylor: Off on a Dream and Other Magical Realities
Join Bruce Taylor (who is apparently also known as "Mr. Magic Realism,") as he reads from his new collection of short stories, Off on a Dream and Other Magical Realities. 
(Greenwood, free)

71. Dani Shapiro: Inheritance
Many people discover fascinating facts about their lineage through DNA genealogy websites. Dani Shapiro, author of Hourglass, found out that her father was not her biological sire. Her discovery of family secrets and questioning of her own identity form the backbone of this contemplation of technology, emotion, and history.
(Capitol Hill, free)

72. Megan Griswold: The Book of Help
Megan Griswold's memoir The Book of Help "traces one woman's life-long quest for love, connection, and peace of mind," spanning four decades.
(Capitol Hill, free)


73. Love in the Market
Take your valentine to Pike Place for "sweetheart bingo," cookie decorating, and photo ops with V-Day-themed pop-up installations. You can also fill up on local tamales, shop for handmade cards, watch tie-dye demonstrations, and shop for gifts.
(Downtown, free)

74. The Seattle Lady Makers Seconds & Samples Sale
Artists and makers like  Careful It Bites, City Kid Style, Elizabeth Person Art & Design, Fern Street Pottery, Irene Akio Illustration, Jennifer Fujimoto, John Met Betty, Kate Endle, and others will sell handmade, discounted samples, "slightly off" prints, and more cool stuff. 
(Sodo, free)


75. March Happy Hour with Robin Weiss
Chat with plein air oil painter Robin Weiss over refreshments and check out her work on view at the gallery. 
(Downtown, free)

76. Mary Fleener: Billie the Bee
Celebrate the release of legendary alternative cartoonist Mary Fleener's debut graphic novel, Billie the Bee, with the artist herself. Refreshments will be free.
(Georgetown, free)

77. Michael Fikaris
Meet the prominent Melbourne-based alt-comics artist Fikaris, who in 2017 won the Platinum Ledger Award for his contribution to Australian comics.
(Georgetown, free)



78. 2019 Oscar Viewing Parties
If you're looking for a place to watch the 91st Academy Awards ceremony beyond the comfort of your couch, we've got you covered, whether you want your own red-carpet experience (like at Rhein Haus) or you want to watch the show on the big screen (like at Central Cinema).
(Various locations)


79. Marine Mammal PUNdamonium
Calling all marine mammal enthusiasts: SR3 Sealife Response, Rehab and Research, will host this installment of Pun Slam to help fund "Washington's first dedicated marine animal hospital" for the recovery of Southern Resident creatures. It otter be a fun time (that was a porpoiseful pun).
(Ballard, $10)

80. Sunday Jam
Try your hand at improv with the help of Seattle teams.
(Greenwood, pay what you can)


81. GenderF!_!kt
This variety show highlights trans, gender non-conforming, and non-binary artists and performers. This month's solid lineup features live music by Da Qween and Reverend Dollars and drag by Saira Barbaric and Terri Belle. 
(Capitol Hill, $10)

82. Mama's Thirsty: A Queer Valentine's Day Afterparty
For this installment of a series highlighting womxn- and queer-fronted music acts in Seattle, hosted by Caela Bailey as always, enjoy live sets by duo Creature Hole and dynamic dancer TAQUEET$, with burlesque by "2018 Queen of Oregon" Nox Falls, lap dances by "the gorgeous Kiki and friends," and DJ sets by Big Ugly.
(Eastlake, $10)

83. Seaside Tryst, FBGM, Baywitch, The Owl Heads
Seaside Tryst play songs about "ice cream," "trans panic," and "sometimes the ocean." Hear their jams (which they describe as sounding like if Tears for Fears and LCD Soundsystem had a baby) after opening sets from FBGM, Baywitch, and the Owl Heads.
(Fremont, $6/$8)

84. Sekai Collective Showcase
This night of electronic music will float on the somber end of electronic dance music. 
(Belltown, $10)

85. Sundressed, Awakebutstillinbed, Alien Boy, Sunsleeper
Enjoy sets from emo Arizona punks Sundressed, indie-punks awakebutstillinbed, goth post-punks ALIEN BOY, and more emo rock from Sunsleeper. 
(Capitol Hill, $8/$10)

86. Wolftron
Self-proclaimed cyborg Wolftron will play dark synth music.
(Eastlake, $8-$10)


87. Racconti Ombra
Join Trivia Puppet Company for some whimsical shadow content. 
(Capitol Hill, $5-$10)


88. James B. Moore: Poetry Reading and Book Release
Join poet James B. Moore for the hardcover release of his second collection, Open Heart Chronicles. The book features narrative poems that explore various points in the author's life, including his struggle with cardiac illness.
(Downtown, free)

89. Jasper Fforde: Early Riser
Fantasy mischief-maker Fforde returns with a new standalone novel about hibernating humans, a spreading virus of dreams, and rampaging predators called Villains.
(Lake Forest Park, free)

90. Lecture Series: Octavia Butler: Necessity's Daughter with Nisi Shawl
Learn about the life and legacy of the prolific science fiction titan Octavia Butler from James Tiptree Award-winning local writer Nisi Shawl.
(Renton, free)

91. Maggie Stievater: All the Crooked Saints
Maggie Stievater's All the Crooked Saints follows three cousins: Beatriz, who wants to "be free to examine her thoughts," Daniel, who performs miracles on everyone but himself, and Joaquin, who runs a renegade radio station. Meet the author and hear her read. 
(Rainier Valley, free)

92. Toni Yuly: The Whole Wide World and Me
Children's book author-illustrator Toni Yuly considers humans' relationship to the natural world in her book The Whole Wide World and Me, which she'll present tonight. 
(Capitol Hill, free)

93. Vaginomicon
The Pacific Northwest is a horror-movie gold—so many bodies of water in which to dump dead bodies; so many deep pockets of forest in which to hide lifeless corpses; so much eerie fog; so much moody drizzle; you get it. This evening of live readings and performances put on by the Women in Horror Month creators will bring you all that and more, and best of all, the stories won't all be about handsome special agents searching for missing dead girls. Readers/performers will include horror hostess Isabella Price, who also conducts the Nocturnal Emissions series; burlesque artist Violet Deville; and Stranger arts calendar editor Joule Zelman.
(Capitol Hill, pay what you want)

94. Youth Speaks Prelim #3 Slam
The top three finalists of Youth Speaks Seattle's third preliminary poetry slam (which precedes the Wildcard Slam and the Grand Slam in April) will represent Seattle in the international youth poetry competition, Brave New Voices.
(Central District, $10)


95. Hot & Bothered Yoga
Get sweaty in an hour-long all-levels yoga class with resident instructor Morgan Zion O'Friel, then sip a complimentary cocktail.
(Downtown, $10)

96. Willy Nilly Bicycle Ride
Bicycle races don't get more lackadaisical than Willy Nilly, a 10- to 60-mile route ("your pace, your style") that goes from West Seattle to Vashon Island and back again. Riders are encouraged to stop for food and drinks at establishments along the way.
(West Seattle, free)


97. Taiji Miyasaka: Circum•ambience
A professor at the School of Design and Construction at Washington State University, Taiji Miyasaka is building three giant spheres made out of different materials at MadArt. Miyasaka is primarily interested in working with the light in the space to highlight different elements of his work. The largest sphere’s design was inspired by the Japanese technique of plaster construction. Miyasaka brought in master plasterers from his native Japan to help him complete this element of the project. Visitors will be able to climb inside this 13-foot sphere, to be greeted by a dark interior illuminated only by a soft ring of light. JASMYNE KEIMIG
(South Lake Union, free)
Opening Sunday

98. Tanner Wendell Stewart: The People of Turkana, an Exhibition
Seattle-based photographer Tanner Wendell Stewart will show a series of photos he took while working with the nonprofit One Child Matters in Turkana, an isolated region of northern Kenya. The artist will give a short lecture, and prints will be available for purchase.
(South Lake Union, free)