Entries from December 2014
December 4th, 2014 by master
Vif wine | coffee and V Smiley Preserves is inviting all their neighbors for a special Pop-Up Holiday Social, Bazaar & Raffle Sat, Dec. 13 10am -2pm!
It’s that time of year again! You know — the time when you realize that you’ve been procrastinating to buy that perfect holiday gift. Well now the days are ticking away — You’d better get busy!
But, hey — don’t rush online or to the mall — check out this ultra-local idea. You might just find something not only perfect, but unique for that special someone in your life.
Vif Wine | Coffee is a cute little spot located just across from Market Time on Fremont Ave. Their whole parking lot will be filled with handmade goods from 8 small businesses and crafter makers. Participants include Vif Wine|Coffee, V Smiley Preserves, Narwhal, Sea Wolf Bakery, Correspondence Press, Seattle Seltzer, Harbor Herbalist, Never Too Many Treats, and Seattle Tilth’s Youth
These small ventures and their products are often only found in one or two places around Seattle, so take advantage of this chance to find them all in one place. And for extra inspiration and fun, DJ Christopher LaRose will be on hand to rock the lot with tunes.
The Bazaar Offerings:
- Coffee, pastries, mulled cider, and natural wines from Vif Wine|Coffee
- Jams and marmalades of fruit, honey and aromatics from V Smiley Preserves
- Fried oysters and po’boys from Narwhal
- Naturally yeasted breads from Sea Wolf Bakery
- Limited edition letterpress printed cards and gift tags from Correspondence Press
- Celery soda from Seattle Seltzer
- Organic herbal teas from Harbor Herbalist
- Pet treats and accessories from Never Too Many Treats
- Kid activities throughout the day
At 1pm the day of the Bazaar, they will raffle off a collection of items donated by nearby businesses and the Bazaar vendors.
** 100% of the raffle proceeds will be donated to Seattle Tilth’s Youth Garden Works.
Raffle** Tickets can be purchased the day of the bazaar or in advance at Vif. Check out their Facebook Events Page for more info.
Tags: and Seattle Tilth's Youth Garden Works, Correspondence Press, Fremont, Harbor Herbalist, holiday, holiday bazaar, Narwhal, Never Too Many Treats, Sea Wolf Bakery, Seattle Seltzer, V Smiley Preserves, Vif Wine|Coffee
December 2nd, 2014 by master
This looks like a great event that is happening this weekend in neighborhoods all over Seattle. You might want to check it out!
Posted on www.udistrictdaily.com on December 2nd, 2014
THIS WEEKEND, ON DEC 6, CHECK OUT THE LARGEST SINGLE-DAY SHORTS FILM FESTIVAL IN THE WORLD. NOT ONLY WILL YOU SEE AWESOME INDEPENDENT FILM, YOU MIGHT MEET SOME REALLY COOL FOLKS.
In a world where the movie industry has taken over small independent theaters, Couch Fest has come to save the day with their film festival that ditches the traditional theater venue for a cozy spot on a couch at residential homes all over the city, and the world.
What is it?
Presenting films from such festivals as Sundance, SXSW, Seattle International Film Festival and more, Couch Fest is bringing neighborhoods together one couch at a time.
The cost is $10 Film-Pass for all locations for the whole day!
Check their website for purchasing tickets.
Where is it?
In addition to many North Seattle homes, including many near Greenlake and in and around Wallingford/Lake Union, Couch Fest has locations in quite a few other Seattle neighborhoods.
How Does it Work?
Each venue will present a unique program of short films. There is a short intermission in the middle of each program for viewers to discuss the films and socialize. I think this makes it a very unique experience. The opportunity to interact, share and discover new films and fellow lovers of film.
What Kind of Films will be Shown?
The list is expansive, and you can definitely find a full list on their website, but to give you an idea of what is happening around our hood, here are some of the flavors you can experience:
Around Lake Union
How Can I be Involved?
As always, these kind of grassroots festivals run on volunteers! You can check out their website to find out more about being apart of the magic.
Tags: couch fest, films, movies, neighborhood, neighbors