INTRODUCTION TO FEMALE DOMINANCE--Led by Mistress Matisse, this workshop for beginners looking to take erotic control of their partners offers tips for getting into the right mood; outlines of easy, sexy scenes to enact with your lover; and answers to questions about techniques, costumes, and toys. Expect plenty of hot demonstrations and audience participation. Open to couples and singles, male and female. Consolidated Works Arts Center, 411 Terry Ave N, 860-5245, 8 pm, $20/$30 couples.
MARCH FOR ZAPATISTAS--March in solidarity with the 24 Zapatista leaders who arrive in Mexico City on March 11 to call for a dialogue toward peace and dignity. The march begins at noon at the Mexican Consulate at Third and Blanchard and ends at the office of U.S. Representative Jim McDermott at Seventh and Olive. For more info contact email@example.com or call 860-1400 ext. 3.
SPRING SINGLES DANCE PARTY--Pacific Northwest writer, instructor, and singles coach Tom Lee speaks on "A Male's Perspective to Dating, Mating & Marriage" at this evening's mingling event. Light hors d'oeuvres and no-host bar available. SeaTac Doubletree Hotel's Grand Ballroom, corner of 188th and Hwy 99, 7:30 pm, 243-8536, $25.
TARAF DE HAIDOUKS--Instrumentalists and singers ranging in age from 20-78 celebrate the Gypsy spirit and perform heartland ballads and fiddle dances. Meany Theater, UW campus, 543-4880, 8 pm, $28.
STUDENT DESIGNER SHOWCASE--Fifty young designers show off their creations at this student fashion show. In addition, donations of quality clothing will be accepted for the nonprofit organization Dress For Success, which helps provide low-income women with interview-appropriate clothing. EMP, 325 Fifth Ave, 369-5483, 8 pm, $10.