How about some Shakespeare karaoke? 📖

How about some Shakespeare karaoke? 📖

The 20-day Washington State Fair wrapped things up yesterday down in Puyallup (that's pew-AL-up). Thanks for the pic, Yovany!
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Meet the artists. Take a walk by storefront art in South Lake Union and get to know the geniuses behind it. Good art make you thirsty? Stick around for the post-event happy hour. (South Lake Union)

Hear from a foodie master. If you love Seattle restaurants, you want to hear from chef Ethan Stowell. He owns gems like Tavolata, How to Cook a Wolf, and Marine Hardware, and he’ll be sharing all that gastro-wisdom at this event for young professionals. (Downtown)

Do some Shakespeare ‘karaoke.’ They’ve got the scripts, props, and booze. You bring the bard. (Queen

Sit in on a Bill Gates keynote. The richest person in the world is giving his take on health and development. (Queen Anne)

Take hiking 101. Want to get out to those gorgeous mountains but aren’t sure you know what you’re doing? This class, led by a pro hiker and author, will hook you up. (Downtown)

Share a silver lining. Bring a story about the good you found in something you’d otherwise regret to this monthly community speaker series. Or just come ready to listen. (Capitol Hill)

Put Seattle artists out front. A few months after the first-ever Upstream Music Festival, local creatives are coming together to talk about how to build an inclusive, artist-led industry. (Pioneer Square)

Get freaky. MoPOP’s launching its big new horror movie exhibit with haunted halls, a deadly dance party, and a costume contest. Stay til 1 a.m. If you dare. (Seattle Center)

Grab a pumpkin beer, or two, or three. There’ll be more than 80 of them to try at the 13th annual Great Pumpkin Beer Festival — plus food trucks, pumpkin carving, and all that fun fall stuff. Hurry — this one might sell out. (Seattle Center)

Join the lady geeks. Geek Girl Con kicks off its annual weekend celebration with an all-ages opening party at the Living Computer Museum. If you spot Sailor Moon or Daenerys Targaryen this weekend, you’ll know why. (SoDo)

Take a sip. The Northwest Tea Festival is back for its 10th annual, two-day tribute to the other hot drink. Learn about the ancient staple and sample fine teas from around the world. (Seattle Center)

Get materials for your next masterpiece. This Zero Landfill event gathers tons of crafty stuff — wood, fabric, the works — then gives it all away. Feeling greedy? Bring a wheelbarrow. Bonus: There’ll be craft projects for the kids. (Capitol Hill)

Go medieval. Live jousting, archery sessions, arts, crafts, and performances await all you common folk at this all-day fest. (Bothell)

Pass the piroshki. The Taste of Russia festival is back with borscht and more. (Capitol Hill)


We’ll see you tomorrow. — The Evergrey

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