Seattle Monorail

New events for 10/8-10/15

October 8, 2010

So many exciting events and activities happening at Seattle Center this week!  Remember, the monorail is open from 9am to 11pm daily. We accept cash or check only. You can visit our website for more information: http://www.seattlemonorail.com/

Friday 10/8:

Saturday 10/9:

  • Seattle’s Hip-Hop Career & Business Expo is being held in the Northwest Rooms. Registration begins at 8:30am. Visit their website for more information: http://seattlehiphopsummit.wordpress.com/events/
  • Come see Clifford the Big Red Dog exhibit at the Children’s Museum! The museum is open Monday-Friday 10am to 5pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am to 6pm. http://thechildrensmuseum.org/
  • Seattle Repertory Theatre Performance presents ‘God of Carnage’ at Bagley Wright Threatre. There are showings at 2 and 7:30pm on Saturday. http://www.seattlerep.org/Plays/1011/GC/
  • EMP Founders Award honoring Billy Cox is at 6:30pm in EMP’s Sky Church. It features a concert with Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his band. The event also includes a five item auction including a trip to the GRAMMY Awards and a trip to go record shopping with Krist Novoselic.  http://www.empsfm.org/programs/index.asp?articleID=1349

Sunday 10/10:

  • Utsav – South Asian Performing Arts Festival starts at 11am! Utsav is a festival of music and dance of India, and it promotes the understanding and appreciation of performing arts of India and neighboring countries.
  • ‘Dream a Sound Future’ Competition Final takes place at 1pm in the Seattle Center Pavilion Room B. It is a design competition to create a vision of a truly sustainable future. The premise is that it’s the year 2100, our world is thriving, but how did we arrive at such future? What is our best cast scenario? http://sustainableseattle.org/Programs/emergingppi/Dream/
  • ‘Frog Eyes’ are performing at The Vera Project at 7:30pm for an all-ages music show. http://www.theveraproject.org/

Monday 10/11:

Weekdays:

  • Exhibits available include: ‘Clifford the Big Red Dog’ at the Children’s Museum, ‘Mindbender Mansion’ at the Pacific Science Center
  • Theatre performances include ‘God of Carnage’ – Seattle Rep, ‘The Cider House Rules’ – Book-It Repertory Theatre,