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6 of the weirdest things happening in Seattle this week

Via Seattle Refined

If you haven’t noticed, the world is getting weirder by the second. We say embrace it and check out some of the weirdest things happening in Seattle this week! From cacti to onesies, there’s no shortage of ways to live your best life in the roarin’ twenties.

Here are the weirdest things happening in Seattle this week.

Fade to Black: Eve’s Bayou

Fade to black is a monthly film series focusing on the representation of black people in movies, and the associated impact on society. Their first focus is the black identity in horror movies, and Eve’s Bayou is a great pick. Louisiana, the 60s, and voodoo. Unpack that for your next film essay.

When: Wednesday, March 11
Where: Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, 104 17th Ave S
Cost: $10

Drink & Draw

It’s time to change up your drinking plans. We suggest joining Capitol Cider and Gage Academy of Art for an evening of interactive art! This event is open to people of all levels and skillsets. So you can expect a live model, free art supplies, and a knowledgeable host from Gage Academy of Art.

When: Thursday, March 12
Where: Capitol Cider, 818 E Pike St
Cost: Free

Growing Cactus & Succulents

Okay plant people, this one is for you. We know spring and summer are coming up and you want to have a poppin’ plant collection. So that being said, we recommend you check out this event and learn how to grow cactus from the experts.

When: Thursday, March 12
Where: Volunteer Park Conservatory, 1400 E Galer St
Cost: $40

Wild Spring Edibles: From Patch to Plate

Join cookbook author and ‘culinary adventurer’ Langdon Cook for a one-night only event at the Filson. Listen, this is the kind of knowledge you should have, since a good batch of chanterelles could make you hundreds of dollars.

When: Thursday, March 12
Where: Filson Seattle, 1741 1st Ave S
Cost: Free with RSVP

St. Pat’s Parade o’ Pints

Swing by the Ballard Brewery district and celebrate with no fewer than 9 different breweries! Basically, this is going to turn into one big, boozy block party. And, it’ll be a great way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day.

When: Saturday, March 14
Where: Various Ballard Breweries
Cost: Free to attend

Melted Sunday Onesie Party

Big fan of super aggressive club music, but hate the normal crowd? Well, you’re saved, because on Sunday you can show up it a onesie and dance to dubstep, dark trance, hardstyle… so on and so forth.

When: Sunday, March 15
Where: Mercury @ Machineworks, 1009 E Union St
Cost: $5

And that’s our round-up of the weirdest things happening in Seattle this week, folks! We’re actually really curious about the Fade to Black film series- maybe we’ll go check that out. Enjoy the week!

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