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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—Black & Tan Hall-i-day Celebration, Native Gift Fair & Art Market, Total Experience Gospel Choir, and more!

by Emerald Staff 

Friday, Dec. 14th:

December Native Gift Fair and Art Market

“Come Join us for our annual Native Gift Fair and Art Market. Plenty of gifts and beautiful artwork for all your holiday shopping needs. Free for shoppers. We hope to see you here!” This event runs all weekend, Fri–Sun!

Time: 10 AM–5 PM
Where: Duwamish Longhouse & Cultural Center — 4705 W. Marginal Wy SW
Cost: Free to attend

Tags: Native Art, Artisan Vendors

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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—Rainier Beach Cultural Community Dinner, Free Mt. Baker Meaningful Movie, NAAM Holiday Market, and more!

by Emerald Staff 

Friday, Dec. 7th:

Dress for Success Holiday Sale

“The most exciting new or slightly used clothing clearance is back downtown ready for the holiday season! By snapping yourself up a fantastic bargain, you will also be helping to support and empower women. Our sale commences both days with replenished stock. Most items are between $5-$15 – with slightly more expensive items for sale in our High End Designer Boutique. Grab that perfect holiday outfit for a FRACTION of the cost at a store.” This event takes place on Thurs, Dec. 6 too! 

Time: 10 AM–5 PM
Where: Dress for Success Seattle — 1118 5th Ave.
Cost: Free to attend

Tags: Clothing, Sale, Charity

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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—DoNormaal, Meklit, G’ma Project, Craft Markets, and more!

by Emerald Staff 

Friday, Nov. 30th:

KEXP presents: Meklit

Meklit with special guest Diana Gameros—“Meklit is an Ethio-American vocalist, singer-songwriter and composer, making music that sways between cultures and continents. Known for her electric stage presence, innovative take on Ethio-Jazz, and her fiery live shows, Meklit has rocked stages from Addis Ababa (where she is a household name) to San Francisco (her beloved home-base), to NYC, London, Montreal, Nairobi, Rome, Zurich, Cairo, and many more.” 21+
Check out our recent interview with Meklit
Time: 8:30 PM / 8 PM Doors
Where: Columbia City Theater— 4916 Rainier Ave. S.
Cost: $17

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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—Call Her Ganda, Shop Seattle Gems on Beacon Hill, Khu.eex at Columbia City Theater, and more!

by Emerald Staff 

Friday, Nov. 23rd:

ElectroFusion: Evie B + Devin Bews

“ElectroFusion: Evie B + Devin Bews From 8-9:30pm, Evie B paints an audioportrait depicting musical input from her most recent USA tour. Featuring artists and collaborations from Memphis, Nashville, Atlanta, and New Orleans, Evie B brings the musical story to life through the saxophone, voice, keyboard, and Nashville-made INSTRUMENT-1 by Artiphon in a live mix. From 9:45 to 11:00pm, musical mastermind Devin Bews fuses a nearly infinite melodic soundscape with rhythmic delivery; experience transportation through the electrosphere, right in the grooving pocket.” 21+
Time: 8 PM
Where: Columbia City Theater Bourbon Bar— 4916 Rainier Ave. S.
Cost: FREE

Tags: Live Music, Music Venue

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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—Eat With Muslims, MeToo Healers Circle, Rainier Beach Cultural Community Dinner Series, and more!

by Emerald Staff 

Friday, Nov. 16th:

Friday Night Po’Boy Pop Up

“Every Friday, we will have Po’Boys for sale from 6-10pm. These Po’ Boys are some of the best you will ever try – New Orleans style and fresh. We will have Catfish, Shrimp, and Oyster Po’ Boys!!

“Catfish w/ homemade garlic fries: $10
Shrimp w/ homemade garlic fries: $12
Oyster w/ homemade garlic fries: $14

“There will be live music by a local vocalist that is gracious to share his gift with us. Where else can you get a fresh Po’ Boy and live music in Seattle? Nowhere. So come join us and order a Po’ Boy and a Sangria while listening to an amazing vocalist.
Time: 6–9:30 PM
Where: Estelita’s Library — 2533 16th Ave S.
Cost: Free to attend

Tags: Restaurant, Social Justice, Po’Boys, Library

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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—Seattle Black Panther Party Mural Unveiling, Bindlestiff Seattle, SoulOut Showcase Vol. 3, and more!

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Friday, Nov. 9th:

Seattle Black Panther Party Mural Unveiling Celebration

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THIS WEEKEND IN SOUTH SEATTLE—The Kutt’N’Up Massacre, Hip Hop History Month Kick-Off, Bunka no Hi, and more!

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For a our super special Dia de los Muertos events round-up, see: Celebrating Día de los Muertos 2018 in and Around the South End. For everything else, read on…

Friday, Nov. 2nd:

World’s Beyond Here

The Expanding Universe of APAs in Science Fiction—“Looking at the connection between Asian Pacific Americans and the infinite possibilities of science fiction, World’s Beyond Here follows the path of a young Sci Fi fan becoming an empowered creator, limited only by imagination.

“The exhibition, which features a mix of literary and pop culture works, encourages museum visitors to see how science fiction reflects the times they were written in. The creative process draws in ideas about how we build our world and how we imagine the future – and the artists featured in this exhibit inspire us to find our own vision.”
Time: 10 AM–5 PM (Tues.–Sun.)
Where: Wing Luke Museum — 719 South King St
Cost: $10–17 (children under 5, free)

Tags: Museum, Exhibition, Asian Pacific American Culture, Science Fiction, Pop Culture

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