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Fremont “to do” list

By Sara · July 30th, 2012 · No Comments

Some neighborhood event highlights for the second half of the week:

Wednesday

Summer Movie Night

7pm, West of Lenin (203 N 36th St)

$5 admission, $2 popcorn

Calimari Union’ by Richard Lefebvre with short ‘Empress of the North’ a Moondoggies video by Drew Christie. This summer, in association with Northwest Film Forum and Ripple Productions, West of Lenin launches a film series spotlighting independent and local filmmakers.
‘The Hall of Giants’ – Troll Documentary screening
7pm Hales Ales (4301 Leary Way NW)
“The Hall of Giants chronicles the creation and endurance of the much beloved Fremont Troll and explores the public art movement in Seattle and beyond. Through interviews and hundreds of rare photographs and archival footage, viewers will take an historical journey through Seattle’s earliest years and on up to the present, where art and artists still struggle to survive in an ever-changing city.” The Seattle Times

Foraged Flavor, Tama Matsuoka Wong – Author Talk
6:30pm, Book Larder (4252 Fremont Ave N)

Finding Fabulous Ingredients In Your Backyard or Farmer’s Market’, Wong helps us discover delicious edible plants growing everywhere. Book signing. Renee Erickson (of The Walrus And The Carpenter and Boat Street Cafe), will prepare tastes that highlight the flavors of the book.
Open Mic with Linda Lee
7pm, Gypsy Java Cafe (3510 Stone Way N)
Sign up begins at 7pm. Performers have up to a 15-minute set Cost: $3
8pm, Norms Eatery & Alehouse
Get there early if your team wants to compete (before 7)! Cost: $5 per team

Friday

Fremont First Friday Art Walk

6-9pm

Rain or Shine

Paulaner BeerFest at the Fremont Outdoor Movies

7pm
Phinney & N 35th St.

A fundraiser to benefit the Healing Center- Paulaner and PROST Tavern team up as part of Paulaner’s U.S Bier Garten Tour.

21+ & $5 admission




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