Goats, pho, and Giant Jenga 🐐

‘Money don’t make me happy and a fella can’t make me fancy.’ Thanks for sharing your Saturday night jam, MaryAlice!

Laser Lemonade plays every Friday and Saturday at 10:30 p.m. for all you nightcrawlers.

And now — in a new, shorter format — let’s help you make some plans…

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😙 Sing geeky karaoke songs while wearing all-black. (Downtown)
💐 Celebrate the art of Japanese flower arranging. (Capitol Hill)
📰 Learn how to identify fake news. (Greenwood)


🍜 Get your tummies rumbling while you learn about pho. (Columbia City)
😈 Feel spooked by the music behind horror classic Nosferatu. (Downtown)
❤️ Learn how you can help end family homelessness. (Mt. Baker) Thanks for the tip, Rene Munoz!


🔎 Test new exhibits at the Burke Museum. (University District)
🌍 Learn about local climate change initiatives. (University District)


🍫 Nibble on truffles and explore a haunted chocolate factory. (Tukwila)
👏 Hear fun five-minute talks at Ignite. (Capitol Hill) And cheer on The Evergrey’s Mónica Guzmán!
⛰ Support the Evergreen State’s beautiful hiking trails. (Ballard)


🎮 School your friends at Giant Jenga, foosball, and more. (Seattle Center)
👻 Shout TGIF over cocktails and horror props at MoPOP. (Seattle Center)
🌃 Dance your stress away and get down to some Drake. (Capitol Hill)


🎃 Pet goats and pick out pumpkins. (Pioneer Square)
🕶 Dress up for a brunch-time Seattle superhero party. (Pioneer Square)
🏠 Learn how to protect your home from earthquakes. (Phinney Ridge)
🚸 Support mentorships for kids on pub crawl. (Ballard)


⛵️ Set sail on Lake Union. (South Lake Union)
🐶 Run with your pup to support UW scholarships. (University District)

See more upcoming events (and submit your own) on our events page.


Ever wanted to vote for candidates based on how they learn, rather than just the ideas they like? Reader Bo Zhang sent us a thoughtful essay about that very thing, and KUOW’s Bill Radke talked it up on a recent episode The Record with his guests, including former mayoral candidate Nikkita Oliver.

Go to 15:45 here to listen, and stay tuned: Bo’s essay inspired us to create The Evergrey Leadership Lab with nine of you, and we’re pumped to share out what we learn.

Have a good one. — The Evergrey

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