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‘Open floor plan or die’ 🏠

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20 THINGS TO DO AROUND SEATTLE THIS WEEK 📅

TONIGHT

💪  Take an African dance class (Capitol Hill)
🎟  Watch a global dance show (Capitol Hill)

TOMORROW

💪  Learn how to connect across big divides (Central District)
🎈  Intro your little one to a zoo animal (Phinney Ridge)

WEDNESDAY

🗣  Ask how our neighborhoods are changing (Downtown)
🎈  Balance out your kids’ screen time (Phinney Ridge)
🌲  Smell all the flowers (Downtown)

THURSDAY

🍴  Doughnut it up on Fat Thursday (Eastlake)
💡  Fix the future (University District)
🎟  Catch a stellar play about civil rights (Queen Anne)

FRIDAY

🎶  Jazz it up before Valentine’s Day (South Lake Union)
🎟  See a burlesque “Romeo and Juliet” (Downtown)
🎈  Ring in the Lunar New Year (International District)
👋  Laugh along with an undocumented activist (Capitol Hill)

SATURDAY

👋  Be the best neighbor ever (All over)
🌲  Take a photowalk through Volunteer Park (Capitol Hill)
🗣  Ask all your housing q’s at the South Seattle Home Fair (South Seattle)

SUNDAY

🍻  Mix beer and chocolate (Downtown)
🎶  Hear symphonies of Asian music (Downtown)
🎈  Celebrate the Year of the Dog (International District)

Going to one of these? Send us a pic or tag #theevergrey. See more upcoming events (and submit your own) on our events page.

Join us Feb. 8 for Beer & Ballet night at Swan Lake. $39 main floor seats, drink specials, & the greatest classical ballet of all time. Learn More ».
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‘OPEN FLOOR PLAN OR DIE’

A fed-up Redditor collaged a “Starterpack for every damn new home in Seattle” ticking off features of modern home listings that are getting pretty darn familiar. If you’re not a fan of those boxy houses popping up everywhere — or even if you are — this is good for a laugh.

See you tomorrow. — The Evergrey

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