While you may not find “Happy National Women’s History Month” cards at Hallmark, you can still celebrate with daughters and friends. You don’t have to go far to partake locally. Here are five of the best Seattle events happening this month.
It started in 1997 as Everett Women’s Film Festival, a time to recognize outstanding international female filmmakers and actresses. Today, the 16th Annual Everett Film Festival will be taking place on February 8 and 9 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.
Meet an Olympic athlete, a NASA astronaut, and a Nigerian writer during Seattle’s Black History Month. February, 2013 is filled with performances, films, lectures and art in celebration of our country’s African American heritage.
From a film festival, to a fancy ball to the “12 Beers of the Apocalypse”, there are lots of ways to celebrate the end of the Mayan calendar, December 21, 2012. Even though experts are saying there will be no apocalypse, there are several “end of the world” celebrations to choose from!
The 9th annual Decibel International Festival of Electronic Music, Performance, Visual Art and New Media is September 26 – 30 in Seattle!
The City of Issaquah’s Arts Commission proudly presents the first ever Issaquah Film Festival! It’s “A History of Musicals” theme, with a VIP reception, special guest speaker and more September 14 – 16
Plan a whole day looking and experiencing everything to do with Hollywood without ever leaving Seattle.
Sword swallowing, juggling clubs, knives, hat tricks, mime, and general magic can all be seen this summer at the PEMCO Movies at Magnuson Park summer series! Bring a blanket, lawn chairs, the kids and the dog, and come out for some summer fun!
Moviegoers of all ages can climb aboard the Summer Movie Express, starting June 26, and enjoy movies all summer long for just $1 per person! Take the boredom out of summer and head to a ‘G’ or ‘PG’ rated movie with the kids!
Put on your Spock ears and get ready to teleport yourself to Seattle EMP Museum for a new exhibit starting Saturday, June 9, filled with sci-fi literature, film, television, and art, including an Imperial Dalek from Doctor Who, the command chair from the classic television series Star Trek, Neo’s coat from The Matrix Reloaded and more!