THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—International Jazz Day, Last Hurrah for Dozer’s Warehouse, Mirrorgloss, and more!

Friday, April 27th

Exhibition: SCBPP Power To The People Opening Reception
Details: Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party at 50 Years!—“SCBPP is marking this momentous occasion with multiple events around Seattle. Northwest African American Museum is honored to present our newest exhibit, Power To The People. This exhibition explores the origins and legacy of the Seattle’s Black Panther Party.”
Time: 6 PM
Where: Northwest African American Museum—2300 S. Massachusetts St
Cost: FREE

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Photo Credit: Northwest African American Museum

Community: Teen Book Club
Details: “Meet other avid readers and discuss your favorite books! . . . Every book club member will win a free book to keep, and one lucky member will leave the meeting with a book autographed by the author! Meets the last Friday of every month.”
Time: 4–5 PM
Where: Skyway Library—12601 76th Ave S.
Cost: FREE

Music: Jus Us
Details: “Come out and see this band rock the Royal Esquire Club on Friday Night Sounds. New exciting sound, new energy and most of all Jus Us is Local! You know the food is going to be banging and the music is going to be swinging . . . ”
Time: 9 PM
Where: Royal Esquire Club—5016 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: $10 

Community/Music: Afro-Peruvian Night with De Cajon
Details: “CommUnity Cultural Celebration at UCC is a monthly celebration bringing friends, family, and all who love cultural arts together for food, dancing, singing, and connecting!” ALL AGES
Time: 8–11 PM
Where: Union Cultural Center—803 S. King St
Cost: $10 (Suggested)

Movies: Ark Lodge Cinemas
Details: New titles: Avengers: Infiniti War, Isle of Dogs, A Quiet Place
Time: Showtimes vary
Where: Ark Lodge Cinemas—4816 Rainier Avenue S.
Cost: $9–12

Music: Marshall Family Band & The Breds
Details: Marshall Family Band—“Mother, father and son playing piano, accordion, fiddle and guitar, are a loose-knit acoustic trio performing original melodies, drifting chord progressions and occasionally supporting 3 part harmony. A contemporary perspective on country, blues and old-time with a hint of gospel.” 21+ (Bourbon Bar)
Time: 8 PM
Where: Columbia City Theater—4916 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: FREE

Music: Coach Phillips
Details: Coach Phillips with special guests Tres Leches, Emma Lee Toyoda, Anime Creek; 21+
Time: 8 PM
Where: Columbia City Theater—4916 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: $10 Adv., $12 DOS

Music: Zony Mash & More!
Details: Zony Mash, Sweeter Than The Day, Robin Holcomb; ALL AGES (Until 10 PM)
Time: 8 PM
Where: The Royal Room—5000 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: $15 Adv., $20 DOS

Saturday, April 28th

Civics: Civic Saturday at NAAM
Details: “Join the Civic Saturday community for our next gathering at NAAM, and be a part of our civic revival! Civic Saturday is a gathering of friends and strangers in a common place to nurture a spirit of shared purpose . . . ”
Time: 10:30 AM–12:30 PM
Where: Northwest African American Museum—2300 S. Massachusetts St
Cost: FREE 

Community/Movie: Free Family Movie Night + Pizza
Details: “You’re invited to come to watch the major motion picture, Wonder, at Seattle Chinese Alliance Church! We can host up to 200 people, so feel free to invite your family and friends!” Free pizza dinner!
Time: 6–9 PM
Where: Seattle Chinese Alliance Church—2803 S. Orcas Street
Cost: FREE 

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Photo Credit: Beacon Arts / Dozer’s Warehouse

Community/Art: Last Hurrah for Dozer’s Warehouse
Details: “Live Music, Art Tour, Light Show, Gallery Sales, Cash Bar—Beacon Arts is collaborating with Mollie Bryan, curator and organizer of Lusio Lights to create a one-of-a-kind closing party for Beacon Arts’ Dozer’s Warehouse on Beacon Hill.” ALL AGES
Time: 6–10 PM
Where: Beacon Arts / Dozer’s Warehouse—2507 Beacon Ave S.
Cost: $5 (Suggested)

Music: International Jazz Day Concert!
Details: Julian Priester, Overton Berry, Eugenie Jones, Bruce Phares, D’Vonne Lewis (TWO SHOWS); ALL AGES (Until 10 PM)
Time: Early show, 6:30 PM; Late show, 9:30 PM
Where: The Royal Room—5000 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: $15–18

Health: Reclaim Your Power – Love Yourself with Food
Details: “In this workshop, we’ll learn how to embrace food as an ally for self-awareness, healing, empowerment, and joy. Based on cutting-edge knowledge about gut health and nutrition, our diet can be the ultimate way to fuel and to nourish the highest possible version of ourselves . . . ”
Time: 2–5 PM
Where: Kanjin Yoga—5701 Rainier Ave S. Ste B
Cost: $35

Community/Health: Ethiopian Health Fair
Details: “We are happy to announce and welcome you all to the annual Health Fair hosted by the Ethiopian Community in Seattle.” (Mammograms, Dental Health, Diabetes, HIV, and Hep C Testing, Blood Pressure Check, Pediatrics Health Information, Mental Health Info) Family friendly; light lunch provided
Time: 10 AM–4 PM
Where: Ethiopian Community in Seattle—8323 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: FREE

Discussion/Panel: African American, Native American and LGBTQ youth in foster care
Details: “Why are LGBTQ, African-American, and Native American children and youth disproportionately represented in the Washington foster care system? What are we doing to address it? Join Amara and a panel of community leaders for a critical conversation.”
Time: 3:30–6 PM
Where: Rainier Arts Center—3515 S. Alaska St
Cost: FREE

Music: The Griot Party Anniversary Experience
Details: Spoken Word / Storytelling / Theater
Time: 8 PM
Where: Columbia City Theater—4916 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: $20

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Photo Credit: Mirrorgloss

Music: Mirrorgloss CD Release Party
Details: 
Mirrorgloss with Breaks and Swells, Guayaba, and EL Mezzel spinning the cuts. 21+
Time: 9 PM–2 AM
Where: Clock-Out Lounge—4864 Beacon Ave S.
Cost: $7–10

Sunday, April 29th

Art Exhibition/Fashion: Black Panther Art Exhibition & Fashion Show
Details: “Seattle artists, fashion designers and creators bring their best game in support of the 50th Anniversary of Seattle Chapter of the Black Panther Party. The event is a fundraiser in support of the anniversary conference events, which are all free.”
Time: 2–6 PM
Where: Washington Hall—153 14th Ave
Cost: $20–40

Music: North Corner Chamber Orchestra
Details: North Corner Chamber Orchestra: Lost Sisterhood, Found Landscapes; ALL AGES (Until 10 PM)
Time: 7 PM
Where: The Royal Room—5000 Rainier Ave S.
Cost: $10–25

Music/Food: Sunday School (Soul Brunch Series)
Details: “
This week, DJ Nick Fenton will be on the wheels of steel. Join us for an afternoon of Gritty Soul. Funk and Rhythm & Blues. We have a build-your-own Bloody Mary/Mimosa bar and Breezy Town Pizza serving specialty brunch pies.” Kid friendly
Time: 2–6 PM
Where: Clock-Out Lounge—4864 Beacon Ave S.
Cost: Free to attend

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