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Kaos calendar of events WEDNESDAY, MAY 16TH: Live Music: ● ● ● ●

Solo Jazz Guitarist Vince Brown:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6 - 8pm at the Swing Wine Bar & Cafe, 825 Columbia Street SW, Olympia. Smoocho Gusto:​ 6 - 9pm at the Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Avenue West, Olympia. Charlie Saibel:​ 6 - 10pm at the Tipsy Piano Bar, 514 Capitol Way S, Olympia. The RANK Strangers:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia.

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Variety Dance:​ 2 - 4pm at Ben Moore's Restaurant & Bar, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia. Swing! Latin! Ballroom! Hosted by Oly's DJ Tom Mull! All ages. Outside In:​ 7 - 8:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. An ex-con struggling to re-adjust to life in his small town forms an intense bond with his former high school teacher. Karaoke Wednesdays:​ (​Wednesdays​) 8pm - 12am at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Vomity:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9 - 11pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. We will make you laugh or gag.

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Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist. Art Exhibit: Peter Boome:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Peter Boome is an award winning Coast Salish artist. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter prints serigraphs, hand pulled prints with screens for each color. Art Exhibit: Ron Snowden:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Ron Snowden is a member of Northwest Watercolor Society and the South Hill Artists Association in Puyallup. He is also the winner of the recent “Who We Are Puyallup Art Contest” that was held at Karshner Center earlier this year.

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Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays​)​, 11am - 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays)​ 12pm - 1pm at Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org Liturgical Praise:​ (​Wednesdays​) 4:30 - 6:45pm at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave., Tacoma. Liturgical dance is a type of dance movement sometimes incorporated into liturgies or worship services as an expression of worship. OMnia Yoga:​ 6:30 - 7:30pm at Pilates at Play, 515 State Ave NE, Olympia. Transforming lives from the inside out! A feminine dance inspired yoga that lets you be you. Feel free to dance, flow, and breathe as we work on strengthening the core and glutes! Prenatal Yoga:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 4450 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Any stage of pregnancy welcome! The stretches and postures in this Prenatal Yoga class emphasize alignment and encourage optimal fetal positioning for a smoother pregnancy and birth needed for childbirth, and practice meditation and breath techniques to connect deeper with your baby and prepare for labor.


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Morning Bird Walk: ​(​Wednesdays​) 8am at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, 100 Brown Farm Rd. NE, Olympia. Birders of all skill levels are welcome. Entrance fee at the gate. Rain or shine, open to the public. Ballet Fusion w/Heather Arneson:​ (​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1:15pm at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Through the artistry of Heather Arneson you will enjoy a combination of Ballet and Broadway Jazz. This class emphasizes ballet & jazz techniques, musicality and performance. Intro To Uke Class:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 7:30pm at the Yenney Music Company, 2703 Capital Mall Dr SW Ste 201, Olympia. Introduction to playing ukulele! First chords and strums! Also important info on the different types, tunings, and important accessories and method books!

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Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil: ​(​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1pm at the NW corner of Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St. SE, Olympia. More info online at olympiafor.org The Writer’s Room:​ (​Wednesdays​) 3 - 5pm at The Flaming Eggplant Cafe, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Hang out at the Flaming Eggplant, drink coffee, and write. Women's Connection Group:​ 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 East 4th Ave, Olympia. In this time of so much internet connection, we are gathering in person and holding space for each other to connect. More info at www.shellyhaas.com

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Tumwater Farmers Market:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10am - 2pm at 7000 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater. The Tumwater Farmers Market encourages commerce, entertainment and trade in the Tumwater Town Center that is conducted in accordance with the Washington State Farmers Market Association Roots Guidelines.

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Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself: ​(​Sundays and Wednesdays​) 10am - 4pm at the Holocaust Center for Humanity, 2045 2nd Ave, Seattle. The Holocaust Center for Seattle teaches lessons of the Holocaust and genocide, inspiring students to confront bigotry and indifference, promote human dignity, and take action. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


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Behind the Center Curtain: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Bluegrass Band:​ 7:25 - 8pm at The Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St SE, Olympia. You can get your tickets for the event at www.washingtoncenter.org Live DJ: ​(​Thursdays​) 8pm - 12am in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Elena Leona & Seven Da Pantha:​ 10pm - 1:30pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Outside In:​ 4 - 5:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. An ex-con struggling to re-adjust to life in his small town forms an intense bond with his former high school teacher. The Life and Legacy of Kabby Mitchell III:​ 6pm in the Experimental Theater at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Presented by Communication Building students, staff, and faculty, in collaboration with the academic programs "Against All Odds" & "African / American: Afrofuturism." With special guests from the Evergreen Tacoma Program & T.U.P.A.C. (Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center). Monthly Special Release: Strawberry Passion Fruit Cider:​ 6 - 9pm at the Fish Brewing Company, 515 Jefferson St SE, Olympia. We let our brewers imagination go wild, and they create these amazing monthly specials! Meaningful Movies:​ 6:30 - 8:30pm at Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2315 Division St NW, Olympia. “Happening: A Clean Energy Revolution” is a colorful personal journey into the dawn of the clean energy era as it creates jobs, turns profits and makes communities stronger and healthier across the U.S. Film followed by a discussion. A Midsummer Night's Dream:​ 7 - 8:30pm at Avanti High School, 1113 Legion Way SE, Olympia. A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the former queen of the Amazons. Beauty and the Beast Jr.:​ 7 - 8:30pm at Capital High School, 2707 Conger Ave NW, Olympia. You will not want to miss the adventures of Belle, the Disney heroine who finds love in the most unusual place and in the most unusual way. Cinder Edna:​ 7pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. History Happy Hour: Olympia!:​ 7 - 10pm at Three Magnets Brewing Co., 600 Franklin St SE #105, Olympia. You’re invited to join Olympia history fans on this ever-popular trivia night, featuring a healthy mix of transportation-related questions. Three Days of Rain: ​8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal. Open Mic Night: ​(​Thursdays​) 9pm - 1am at Buzz’s Bar & Grill, 5018 Mud Bay Rd NW, Olympia.

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Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist. Art Exhibit: Peter Boome:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Peter Boome is an award winning Coast Salish artist. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter prints serigraphs, hand pulled prints with screens for each color.


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Art Exhibit: Ron Snowden:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Ron Snowden is a member of Northwest Watercolor Society and the South Hill Artists Association in Puyallup. He is also the winner of the recent “Who We Are Puyallup Art Contest” that was held at Karshner Center earlier this year.

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The BRIDGE Music Project Hip-Hop Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Hip Hop experience for at-risk youth. You can contact THE Bridge Music Project for details. Hosted by Bobby Williams. Yoga Therapy:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. Vinyasa Yoga for Emotional Balancing:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:30 - 8:45pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

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Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays​) 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network. Meet Leopold Schmidt:​ 12pm - 1pm at the Schmidt House, 330 Schmidt Place SW, Tumwater. Accomplished actor Christopher Valcho will present a living history interpretation in character as Leopold in the home Leopold built for his wife Johanna and their family in 1904, the Schmidt House. Valcho will share personal stories about Leopold’s life, his family, the brewery, and his community. Drop-in Genealogy Cafe:​ (​3rd Thursdays & 3rd Sundays of every month​) 1 - 3pm at the Olympia Timberland Library Meeting Room, 313 8th Ave SE. Researchers can bring their genealogy questions to get help from members of the Olympia Genealogical Society in the library’s meeting room. Kip Fulbeck:​ 7:30pm at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts, 2011 Mottman Rd SW, Olympia. Professor Kip Fulbeck is a pioneering artist, spoken word performer, and filmmaker. Fulbeck created The Hapa Project which was awarded the inaugural Loving Prize at the Mixed Roots Film and Literary Festival. Fulbeck holds a powerful message for people who identify as multiracial.

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6th annual Health and Wellness Fair:​ 11am - 2pm on the 3rd floor of the library at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. We will have agencies and businesses representing a range of health and wellness areas, including physical, mental, emotional, and financial wellness. Bloodworks NW will also be in the library hosting a blood drive that day. Spectrum:​ 4:30 - 5:30pm at the Shelton Timberland Library, 710 W Alder St, Shelton. For LGBTQQIA youth and allies ages 14-19. You’re welcome to hang out, participate in discussions, play board and console games, and snack in a safe, open, and respectful environment. Tumwater Community Summit 2018:​ 5 - 8pm at Tumwater Middle School, 6335 Littlerock Rd SW, Tumwater. The Summit will focus on homelessness and poverty, both the challenges faced by homeless populations and the factors that contribute to poverty. Tumwater City Administrator John Doan and Tumwater School Superintendent John Bash hope participants learn more about the realities of homelessness, and how to effectively connect and support families in poverty.

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Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Organic Farm Stand at Red Square:​ ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3 - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More information available at evergreen.edu/organicfarm.


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Big Builders Program:​ 1:30 - 2:15pm at Puget Sound e2 Young Engineers, 4331 Lacey Blvd SE, Lacey. Students ages 4 - 6 use K'Nex while learning about science, nature and structures. They will build trucks, hot air balloons, carnival rides, animals and much more. Sessions teach theoretical and practical implementation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

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Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Thursdays​) 11am - 7pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Deva Premal & Miten:​ 7:30pm at The Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St, Seattle. The trio has traveled the world for 12 years, uplifting thousands with Deva’s soulful renditions of ancient Sanskrit chants, Miten’s inspirational songs and Manose’s sacred flute. Their concerts have a reputation for being life-transformative. The voices, the music, and the communal chanting invoke a shamanic meeting of body, mind and spirit. La Luz:​ 8pm at The Crocodile, 2200 2nd Ave, Seattle. You can buy your tickets for this event at www.ticketfly.com


Kaos calendar of events FRIDAY, MAY 18TH: Live Music: ● ● ● ● ● ●

Erika Lundahl | 2018 Electric Highway Tour:​ 6 - 7pm at the Hotel RL, 2300 Evergreen Park Drive Southwest, Olympia. You can get your tickets for this event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com. Go Hibiki: ​6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays)​ ​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Object Heavy: ​9pm at the Rhythm & Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Prison / Lindseys / Procedure:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. 21+ only. Lo Fives // The Lightweight Champs // Johnny Raincloud:​ 10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream:​ 12:30pm and 7pm at Avanti High School, 1113 Legion Way SE, Olympia. A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the former queen of the Amazons. Zama:​ 4pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Based on the novel by Antonio Di Benedetto written in 1956, on Don Diego de Zama, a Spanish officer of the seventeenth century settled in Asunción, who awaits his transfer to Buenos Aires. Last Stand: The Vanishing Caribou Rainforest:​ 6pm in Lecture Hall 3 at the Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The film is a cinematic journey into the tragically threatened world of endangered mountain caribou, their home in the world's largest remaining inland temperate rainforest, and the critical human choices that will ultimately decide the fate of this stunning ecosystem. Bingo de Mayo:​ 7pm at Lacey Senior Center, 6757 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Dress in festive clothing and enter our best dressed contest! Full bar including our famous Jello shots! Proceeds support the Activities Department at Senior Services for South Sound. Cinder Edna:​ 7pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. The Boys of ’36:​ 7 - 8pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. The story of how a team of underdog American rowers became gold medalists in the 1936 Olympics. Beauty and the Beast Jr.:​ 7 - 8:30pm at Capital High School, 2707 Conger Ave NW, Olympia. You will not want to miss the adventures of Belle, the Disney heroine who finds love in the most unusual place and in the most unusual way. SRO Radio Show:​ 7:30pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. See how live radio was done in the 1930s & 40s. Almost Woke featuring Alyssa Yeoman:​ 7:30 - 10:30pm at Gallery Boom, 520 Adams St SE, Olympia. An all ages, all inclusive comedy and performance art show that features trailblazing and talented POC, women, differently abled and LGBTQ comedians and artists. Three Days of Rain: ​8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.


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Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. Community Yoga/Qigong:​ (​Fridays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

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Open Ballet with Julie Tobiason: ​9 - 11am at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Mrs. Tobiason is a former principal dancer at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and has danced and choreographed for Arc Dance productions, Evergreen City Ballet, Seattle International Dance Festival, and many more. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ 10:30am - 2:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

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The South Sound Alzheimer's Council 2018 Conference:​ 9am - 4pm at South Puget Sound Community College (Lacey Campus), 4220 6th Ave SE, Lacey. The South Sound Alzheimer's Council serves families in the Thurston County area impacted by Alzheimer's and other related dementias. The Mail Centennial Celebration:​ 1:30 - 3:30pm at the Olympia Regional Airport, 7643 Old Hwy 99 SE, Tumwater. To mark the 100th anniversary of airmail service in the United States, three vintage biplanes will retrace the pioneering west coast airmail route, Contract Air Mail 8 (CAM 8), from San Diego to Seattle. Attendees can speak with pilots and get an up-close view of three Stearman Speedmail biplanes used as mail planes in the early 1930s. Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil:​ (​Fridays​) 4:30 - 6pm at Percival Landing Park, 217 Thurston Ave NW, Olympia. More information online at: olympiafor.org. Against Memoir: Author Visit with Michelle Tea:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Olympia Timberland Library, 313 8th Ave SE, Olympia. A queer countercultural icon opens up about all things artistic, romantic, and neurotic in this collection of essays. Michelle Tea is the author of numerous books, including "Valencia", "How to Grow Up", and "Black Wave." Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing.

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Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Roots Rock Rama! Ecstatic Chanting with Jai Uttal:​ 8 - 10pm at Seattle Unity Church, 200 8th Ave N, Seattle. Experience a night of ecstatic chanting with Grammy-nominated kirtan master Jai Uttal and India Fulbright Award-winning tabla drummer Daniel Paul. Jai will be highlighting his latest album, Roots, Rock, Rama! You can get your tickets at brightstarevents.com.


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Almost Blue:​ 6 - 9pm at the Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Avenue West, Olympia. Live Jazz and Flamenco Show:​ (​3rd Saturdays)​ 6:30 - 9pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Swing/Jazz. The Black Lillies:​ 8 - 11pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 E 4th Ave., Olympia. You can get your tickets for this event at www.brownpapertickets.com Micaiah Sawyer + Retro Jade:​ 9 - 11:30pm at the Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. You can get your tickets at brownpapertickets.com Pickpocket & Shay / Dogwood & Johnstone / Echo:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. 21+ only. Royal Jelly Jive!:​ 9pm - 12am at the Rhythm and Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Yotam // Ben Horin // Zac D & Aaron (Hilltop Rats) // Drawn Down:​ 10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Cinder Edna:​ 2pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. Following In Their Tracks: A Downtown Olympia Scavenger Hunt:​ 2 - 4pm at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW, Olympia. Explore places all over Downtown that tell the story of Olympia's transportation past in this unique geocaching-style scavenger hunt. The hunt can be completed individually but is more fun in groups. Beauty and the Beast Jr.:​ 2 and 7pm at Capital High School, 2707 Conger Ave NW, Olympia. You will not want to miss the adventures of Belle, the Disney heroine who finds love in the most unusual place and in the most unusual way. Marvelous Movies at the Library: Guardians of the Galaxy:​ 2:30pm in the Library at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The Library is inviting you to an action-packed fun-filled family friendly inclusive movie event. There will be snacks, prizes, and a chance to win internship opportunities. The Wheel of Fortune Stories:​ 7pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. You’re invited to join master storyteller Joe McHugh for a unique storytelling and music experience that calls upon the mysterious forces of fate to weave its spell. You can get your tickets for the event at www.thetriadartstheater.com Three Days of Rain: ​8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal. ComedySportz Seattle Performance:​ 8:30 - 9:30pm in the Recital Hall in the Communications Building at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. Two highly trained teams of improv comedians battle it out for your laughter.

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Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Saturdays​) 6am - 10pm at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.


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Neelakantha Meditation Initiation with Paul Muller Ortega:​ 10am - 5:30pm at Beloved Sanctuary, 3449 Regal, Lake Park Dr SW, Tumwater. Neelakantha Meditation is the practice of deep meditation that works to bring about transformation, healing, and benevolence in your life. Transform and grow in the direct experience of your own deepest reality and live everything that you are meant to live. Yoga for Strong Bones:​ 1 - 3pm at Gravity Yoga LLC, 623 5th Ave SE, Olympia. 12 simple postures to learn and practice at home that will build new bone density no matter what your age. Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org

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Open Ballet with Julie Tobiason: ​9 - 10:30am at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Mrs. Tobiason is a former principal dancer at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and has danced and choreographed for Arc Dance productions, Evergreen City Ballet, Seattle International Dance Festival, and many more. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ 10:30am - 2:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Abundant Life Workshop:​ 11am - 4pm at Radiance Herbs & Massage, 113 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Abundance includes all good things, money, happiness, positive experiences and prospering in all areas of life. Learn how to release blocks that impede your progress. To register, contact: Lisa Holm at (360) 786-8617 or email Lisa @lisaholm-psychic.com Wild Weed Vinegar Community Workshop:​ 12pm at GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty), 2016 Elliott Ave NW, Olympia. Herbal vinegar is a great way to enhance and preserve the nutrition of edible and medicinal weeds. In this informative weed walk and hands-on herbal vinegar making class, we will talk about the benefits of adding wild foods to your diet, why vinegar is the premier solvent for these wild remedies and also share ways of integrating them into your diet and daily life.

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Restore Taylor Wetland:​ 10am - 1pm at the Northeast corner of Home Depot, 1325 Fones Rd SE, Olympia. You can join friends and neighbors in removing invasive plants to help restore Taylor Wetland! Your efforts will improve the function of and the wildlife habitat at one of Olympia’s largest urban wetlands. Snacks, tools, and gloves are provided. No experience necessary. Fellowship of Reconciliation Wednesday Peace Vigil:​ ​(​Saturdays​)​ ​12pm-1pm at Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St SE, Olympia. More information online at www.olympiafor.org Meet the Green Reaper!:​ 6pm at Orca Books, 509 4th Ave E, Olympia. Elizabeth Fournier, author of The Green Burial Guidebook, has written the guidebook we need for navigating the planning and executing of an affordable, environmentally friendly burial.

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27th Annual “Great Plants at Great Prices” Plant Sale:​ 9am - 4pm at Dirt Works Demonstration Garden and Composting Site, Alta St SW, Olympia. The Master Gardener Foundation of Thurston County is conducting its annual plant sale. The sale features a wide variety of plants including; perennials, annuals, herb/vegetable starts, shrubs, grasses, native plants, and unique plants for the plant collector. Cash, check, Visa, or MasterCard will be accepted. Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center Yard Sale Fundraiser:​ 9am - 6pm at Aquarium Warehouses, 2214 Capitol Way S, Olympia. We are in need of your goods that no longer serve you to help us make this year’s yard sale beneficial! Show your support by donating items to the yard sale that are no longer useful to you, informing family and friends that their unwanted items can be donated to the yard sale, or shopping at the yard sale. We accept furniture, glassware, china, antiques, jewelry, bicycles and other items. No clothes, please. Visit meditateinolympia.org for more information.


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Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Olympia Flea Market​: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at Furniture Works, 210 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week! Olympia Record Show:​ 3 - 7pm at Elks Lodge, 1818 4th Ave E, Olympia. Many of the finest vinyl sellers in the Pacific Northwest will be setting up shop for one day only. There will be a full bar for 21+, but all ages are welcome to attend.

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Capital City Marathon: Kids Run:​ 4 - 5pm at Heritage Park, 330 5th Ave SW, Olympia. This 1.2-mile Kids Run is open to anyone in the 8th grade or younger.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! A Glimpse of China:​ 11am - 6pm at Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St, Seattle. Explore and experience the cultural roots and contemporary influences of China through live performances, visual arts, hands-on activities, foods, games, and a lively marketplace. Learn Chinese folk dances, create delicate artworks, and share in cultural traditions covering 5,000 years of Chinese history. Gerry O'Connor, with Richard Mandel:​ 7:30pm at Phinney Center Community Hall, 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle. Gerry is a numerous All Ireland Title winner, and four-time Fiddler of Oriel competition winner. Richard has performed with numerous well-known Irish artists. You can get your tickets at brownpapertickets.com


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Kisa and Sarah of Goodthinking 4 All Our Relations:​ 5pm on KAOS Community Radio 89.3FM. Jennifer Fisher:​ 6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. ZOLOA, Foza Comun, Sarin Attack, Open Veins:​ 8 - 11pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. Theory Presents: A Hip Hop Event:​ 10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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Cinder Edna:​ 2pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. Three Days of Rain: ​2pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal. Lip Sync Contest:​ 2 - 3pm at Marcus Pavilion At Saint Martin's University, 5300 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Show off your lip sync and dance skills! You can compete by yourself or gather your friends, family members, or co-workers to battle it out for great prizes. Zama:​ 2:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Based on the novel by Antonio Di Benedetto written in 1956, on Don Diego de Zama, a Spanish officer of the seventeenth century settled in Asunción, who awaits his transfer to Buenos Aires. On Behalf of Mothers:​ 5pm at Motion in Balance Studio, 219 Legion Way SW #203, Olympia. A celebration of mothers with dance, spoken word, improv and/ or performance arts in a relaxed showing. The Most Unknown:​ 5pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. The Most Unknown is an epic documentary film told with humor and the thrill of discovery that pushes the boundaries of how science storytelling is approached. What emerges is a deeply human trip to the foundations of discovery and a powerful reminder that the unanswered questions are the most crucial ones to pose: How did life begin? What is time? What is consciousness? How much do we really know? EveryBODY Drop In Figure Sessions:​ ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 8pm at the Olyphant Arts Annex, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Emphasizing diversity, varied ethnicity, age, gender and ability. Most media welcome, all skill levels welcome. Movie Night: ​(​Sundays​) 7pm at The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. 21+. You can visit thebroho.com for more details.

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Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

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Capital City Marathon: Marathon, Half Marathon and 5-Mile:​ 7am - 1pm at Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St SE, Olympia. The Capital City Marathon, now in its 37th year, is a Boston Qualifier that boasts rolling hills, unbeatable support, and gorgeous surroundings including: Olympia’s vibrant downtown; the shores of Budd Inlet; rural landscapes; fun and friendly local neighborhoods; and the majestic architecture on the Capitol Campus. Neelakantha Meditation Initiation with Paul Muller Ortega:​ 10am - 5:30pm at Beloved Sanctuary, 3449 Regal, Lake Park Dr SW, Tumwater. Neelakantha Meditation is the practice of deep meditation that works to bring about transformation, healing, and benevolence in your life. Transform and grow in the direct experience of your own deepest reality and live everything that you are meant to live.


Kaos calendar of events Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ 10:30am - 2:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Changing Woman: Transitioning Well through Menopause:​ 12pm - 4pm at Radiance Herbs & Massage, 113 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Spend an afternoon exploring ways to navigate hormonal changes. Work the waves of bodymind changes and challenges so that you may benefit from them rather than be overwhelmed. Herbs, foods, essential oils, flower essences, and other approaches can greatly assist. To register email info@caroltrasatto.com or call Radiance at (360) 357-5250 Wild Spring Edibles Cooking Class:​ 1 - 4pm at GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty), 2016 Elliott Avenue Northwest, Olympia. Learn new ways to enjoy the bounty of spring! We will cook with familiar woodland friends and young garden vegetables. Our recipes will emphasize nutrient-rich vegetarian foods to cleanse your body from the murky winter and move into the sunny summertime. Hope House​: ​(​Sundays​) 6pm at Hope House 1st Presbyterian Church, 125 Central Ave. E, Tenino. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at: wa-al-anon.org New Attitudes​: ​(​Sundays​) 6:30pm at United Methodist Church, 408 2nd St. SE, Yelm. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at:​ ​wa-al-anon.org

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Prayers for World Peace:​ (​Sundays​) 10 - 11:15am at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. You’re invited for prayers for world peace and uplifting advice on how we can transform our day-to-day life into opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. Through developing inner peace in this way, outer peace will naturally come about. Anti-Racist Accountability: What does it mean to you?:​ 12pm - 3pm at the YWCA, 220 Union Ave SE, Olympia. YWCA Olympia humbly invites People of Color (POC) to share your experience, ideas & vision about what our 2018 Racial Summit theme (Anti-Racist Accountability) means to you as a POC in our community.

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Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center Yard Sale Fundraiser:​ 9am - 2pm at Aquarium Warehouses, 2214 Capitol Way S, Olympia. We are in need of your goods that no longer serve you to help us make this year’s yard sale beneficial! Show your support by donating items to the yard sale that are no longer useful to you, informing family and friends that their unwanted items can be donated to the yard sale, or shopping at the yard sale. We accept furniture, glassware, china, antiques, jewelry, bicycles and other items. No clothes, please. Visit meditateinolympia.org for more information. Yelm Farmers Market:​ (​Sundays)​ 10am - 3pm at the Yelm Community Center, 301 2nd Street, Yelm. More information can be found at: yelmfarmersmarket.com Olympia Flea Market​: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at Furniture Works, 210 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

Westwood Kids 2018 Spring Musical:​ 8am - 1pm at Westwood Baptist Church, 333 Kaiser Rd NW, Olympia. Westwood Kids' Choir will be performing the musical, Here for the Gold in all three services. All kids first through fifth grade kids are invited to be apart of this fun and exciting event. Zumba for Families: ​(​Sundays​)​ ​10:15 - 11:15am​ ​at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Family Fun and Dancing with the kids on Sunday mornings with Cecile Malik.


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Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself: ​(​Sundays and Wednesdays​) 10am - 4pm at the Holocaust Center for Humanity, 2045 2nd Ave, Seattle. The Holocaust Center for Seattle teaches lessons of the Holocaust and genocide, inspiring students to confront bigotry and indifference, promote human dignity, and take action. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


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Naomi Morgan | MASQUERADE | An Signature Cabaret Event:​ 6 - 7pm at Hotel RL by Red Lion Olympia, 2300 Evergreen Park Drive Southwest, Olympia. You can get your tickets for the event on Facebook or at eventbrite.com Music Mondays with Featured Artists:​ ​(​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at Dillinger's Cocktails & Kitchen, 404 Washington St SE, Olympia. South Sound Swing Orchestra:​ 8 - 10:30pm at the Rhythm & Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream:​ 11:45am - 1:15pm at Avanti High School, 1113 Legion Way SE, Olympia. A Midsummer Night's Dream is a comedy written by William Shakespeare in 1595/96. It portrays the events surrounding the marriage of Theseus, the Duke of Athens, to Hippolyta, the former queen of the Amazons. RuffCut:​ 6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. RuffCut is a screening of local animators and filmmakers, meant to encourage the community to make media connections and feel comfortable screening their work in public. UkOlympians:​ (​3rd Mondays​) 7pm at the Traditions Fair Trade, 300 5th Ave SW, Olympia. A song circle for ukulele players and singers.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist. Art Exhibit: Peter Boome:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Peter Boome is an award winning Coast Salish artist. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter prints serigraphs, hand pulled prints with screens for each color. Art Exhibit: Ron Snowden:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Ron Snowden is a member of Northwest Watercolor Society and the South Hill Artists Association in Puyallup. He is also the winner of the recent “Who We Are Puyallup Art Contest” that was held at Karshner Center earlier this year.

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Postnatal Yoga: ​(​Mondays​) 10:45 - 11:45am at True Self Yoga, 2727 Westmoor Ct SW, Olympia. Postnatal Yoga supports new mothers and caregivers to develop their relationships with their babies, and their communities. This class is best suited to caregivers of children who are not yet walking. Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org West African Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Patricia Honeysuckle teaches the traditional steps of West African Dance. OMnia Yoga:​ (​Mondays and Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 7:30pm at Pilates at Play, 515 State Ave NE, Olympia. Transforming lives from the inside out! A feminine dance inspired yoga that lets you be you. Feel free to dance, flow, and breathe as we work on strengthening the core and glutes! Just for Today:​ ​(​Mondays​)​ ​7:30pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1515 Harrison Ave. NW, Olympia. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More info online at: wa-al-anon.org


Kaos calendar of events Educational / Classes: ●

Belly Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW, Olympia. Instructor Amira has belly danced for over 20 years, studied with Egyptian masters, and has won national awards in Middle Eastern dance. Whether you want to perform professionally or just want to dance for the exercise and camaraderie, Amira's enthusiasm and respect for this dance form will help you blossom. Visit www.amira.dance/classes for more information.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Smart Talks:​ (​Mondays​) 12pm - 1pm at Flying Top Deli, 1870 Barnes Blvd SW, Tumwater. A weekly round table discussion lead by fellow young professionals about current events, community topics, and ways to help you grow as a young professional. Homeless Housing Hub Meeting:​ 12pm - 1:30pm at The Salvation Army Olympia Corps Community Center, 1505 4th Ave E, Olympia. The Homeless Housing Hub (HHH) is a group that is a combination of several housing groups including: the Housing Task Force, the Home Citizen’s Advisory Committee, the Thurston Asset Building Coalition Housing Hub, and the Homeless Housing Workgroup of the Thurston Thrives Housing Action Team that helps connect people directly with the housing services they need.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

BLACK TO THE FUTURE: WAKANDA NIGHT:​ 7 - 9pm at Casey Building / First Floor Atrium, 901 12th Avenue, Seattle. BLACK TO THE FUTURE: WAKANDA NIGHT is an evening of music, dancing, food, henna, comic books, Mbaku challenge, and much more. You can get your tickets for the event at www.eventbrite.com


Kaos calendar of events TUESDAY, MAY 22ND: Live Music: ● ● ●

Music TUESDAYS:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 6pm at Stonewall Youth- Olympia, 112 State Ave NE, Olympia. For LGBTQ+ youth ages 21 and under. Count Bass D Returns // Crockett King // The Astral Bodiez // Burnzz & Holiday:​ 6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Deep Tuesday:​ 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

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The Most Unknown:​ 4pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. The Most Unknown is an epic documentary film told with humor and the thrill of discovery that pushes the boundaries of how science storytelling is approached. What emerges is a deeply human trip to the foundations of discovery and a powerful reminder that the unanswered questions are the most crucial ones to pose: How did life begin? What is time? What is consciousness? How much do we really know? Zama:​ 7pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Based on the novel by Antonio Di Benedetto written in 1956, on Don Diego de Zama, a Spanish officer of the seventeenth century settled in Asunción, who awaits his transfer to Buenos Aires. Totally Inappropriate Bar Bingo:​ (​Tuesdays​) 7 - 9pm at Buzz’s Bar and Grill, 5018 Mud Bay Rd NW, Olympia. You’re invited to join Jen for totally fun and totally inappropriate bar bingo! Open Mic Night:​ ​(​Tuesdays​) 8 - 11pm at Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW​ ​Olympia.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist. Art Exhibit: Peter Boome:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Peter Boome is an award winning Coast Salish artist. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter prints serigraphs, hand pulled prints with screens for each color. Art Exhibit: Ron Snowden:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Ron Snowden is a member of Northwest Watercolor Society and the South Hill Artists Association in Puyallup. He is also the winner of the recent “Who We Are Puyallup Art Contest” that was held at Karshner Center earlier this year.

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Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org Campus Food Bank:​ ​(​Tuesdays​)​ 4 - 6pm in Seminar II, Room E2123 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. A satellite of the Thurston County Food Bank, making non-perishable food available to Thurston County residents. Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Campus Food Coalition. Gentle Yoga: ​(​Tuesdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Gentle stretches and healing relaxation with massage therapist and yogini, Aly Long. Refuge Recovery:​ (​Tuesdays​)​ ​7 - 9pm ​at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. ​A recovery-based Buddhist Meditation program lead by trained professionals. For more information you can go to www.refugerecovery.org

Educational / Classes: ●

Lindy Hop Fundamentals:​ 6 - 7pm at Eagle's Ballroom, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. If you want to swing dance, the Lindy Hop can be one of your advantages as a dancer. This class will cover partner connection, 8-count rhythm, and dance move vocabulary. All skill levels welcomed, all you have to do is believe in yourself!


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Painting Hope: Free Visual Arts Workshops:​ 6 - 7:30pm at YouthSound, Security Building, 203 4th Ave E #221, Olympia. Youth Sound would like to invite youth ages 14 - 25ish, to a weekly workshop where we will learn how to paint with acrylics and watercolor. This class is for everyone, new and experienced painters.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Evergreen Bike Shop Presents Lady & Trans Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 7pm at The Bike Shop, 2700 Evergreen Parkway, Olympia. Lady & Trans Night is a celebration of the lady and trans community. We invite people that identify as women or trans to create a safe space at The Bike Shop every Tuesday. Lady and Trans Night is about having fun, building community, and wrenching on bikes.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

Children / Games: ●

OlySwing Kids Dance Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 5pm - 12am at the Eagle's Grand Ballroom and Wedding Venue, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. All ages. No partner or experience necessary. More information online at olyswing.com


Kaos calendar of events WEDNESDAY, MAY 23RD: Live Music: ● ● ● ●

Ariel Calabria and Joanne Green:​ 6pm at the Tipsy Piano Bar, 514 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Solo Jazz Guitarist Vince Brown:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6 - 8pm at the Swing Wine Bar & Cafe, 825 Columbia Street SW, Olympia. Smoocho Gusto:​ 6 - 9pm at the Cascadia Grill, 200 4th Avenue West, Olympia. The RANK Strangers:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia.

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Variety Dance:​ 2 - 4pm at Ben Moore's Restaurant & Bar, 112 4th Ave W, Olympia. Swing! Latin! Ballroom! Hosted by Oly's DJ Tom Mull! All ages. Zama:​ 4pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Based on the novel by Antonio Di Benedetto written in 1956, on Don Diego de Zama, a Spanish officer of the seventeenth century settled in Asunción, who awaits his transfer to Buenos Aires. Buena Vista Social Club:​ 7pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Aging Cuban musicians whose talents had been virtually forgotten following Castro's takeover of Cuba, are brought out of retirement by Ry Cooder, who travelled to Havana in order to bring the musicians together, resulting in triumphant performances of extraordinary music, and resurrecting the musicians' careers. Karaoke Wednesdays:​ (​Wednesdays​) 8pm - 12am at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Vomity:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9 - 11pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. We will make you laugh or gag.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist. Art Exhibit: Peter Boome:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Peter Boome is an award winning Coast Salish artist. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter prints serigraphs, hand pulled prints with screens for each color. Art Exhibit: Ron Snowden:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Ron Snowden is a member of Northwest Watercolor Society and the South Hill Artists Association in Puyallup. He is also the winner of the recent “Who We Are Puyallup Art Contest” that was held at Karshner Center earlier this year.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Kathleen Jardine, LMP:​ (​Wednesdays​) 11am - 2:40pm at Library Building, L3707 at the Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Walk-ins are always welcome, but you can secure your spot by calling or texting Kathleen at (360) 888-4854 or emailing qmkjardine@gmail.com Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays​)​, 11am - 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays)​ 12pm - 1pm at Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org Liturgical Praise:​ (​Wednesdays​) 4:30 - 6:45pm at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave., Tacoma. Liturgical dance is a type of dance movement sometimes incorporated into liturgies or worship services as an expression of worship. OMnia Yoga:​ 6:30 - 7:30pm at Pilates at Play, 515 State Ave NE, Olympia. Transforming lives from the inside out! A feminine dance inspired yoga that lets you be you. Feel free to dance, flow, and breathe as we work on strengthening the core and glutes!


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Prenatal Yoga:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 4450 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Any stage of pregnancy welcome! The stretches and postures in this Prenatal Yoga class emphasize alignment and encourage optimal fetal positioning for a smoother pregnancy and birth needed for childbirth, and practice meditation and breath techniques to connect deeper with your baby and prepare for labor.

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Morning Bird Walk: ​(​Wednesdays​) 8am at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, 100 Brown Farm Rd. NE, Olympia. Birders of all skill levels are welcome. Entrance fee at the gate. Rain or shine, open to the public. Ballet Fusion w/Heather Arneson:​ (​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1:15pm at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Through the artistry of Heather Arneson you will enjoy a combination of Ballet and Broadway Jazz. This class emphasizes ballet & jazz techniques, musicality and performance. Intro To Uke Class:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 7:30pm at the Yenney Music Company, 2703 Capital Mall Dr SW Ste 201, Olympia. Introduction to playing ukulele! First chords and strums! Also important info on the different types, tunings, and important accessories and method books!

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Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil: ​(​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1pm at the NW corner of Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St. SE, Olympia. More info online at olympiafor.org The Writer’s Room:​ (​Wednesdays​) 3 - 5pm at The Flaming Eggplant Cafe, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Hang out at the Flaming Eggplant, drink coffee, and write. Newcomer Introductory Instruction:​ (​2nd and 4th Wednesdays​) 6pm at the Olympia Zen Center, 3248 39th Way NE, Olympia. With meditation & ceremony. Reservations available by phone at (360) 357-2835 Life, the Universe, etc: An Evening with Nicola Griffith & Kelley Eskridge:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Lacey Timberland Library, 500 College St SE, Lacey. Nicola Griffith will read from her new novel "So Lucky." Following the reading, author Kelley Eskridge will interview Nicola about books, life, the universe, and other topics. Books will be available for purchase and signing through Browsers Bookstore

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Tumwater Farmers Market:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10am - 2pm at 7000 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater. The Tumwater Farmers Market encourages commerce, entertainment and trade in the Tumwater Town Center that is conducted in accordance with the Washington State Farmers Market Association Roots Guidelines.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself: ​(​Sundays and Wednesdays​) 10am - 4pm at the Holocaust Center for Humanity, 2045 2nd Ave, Seattle. The Holocaust Center for Seattle teaches lessons of the Holocaust and genocide, inspiring students to confront bigotry and indifference, promote human dignity, and take action. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Lauren Ruth Ward:​ 7pm at The Crocodile, 2200 2nd Ave, Seattle. Lauren Ruth Ward's music has lyrics that are secrets to strangers, writing about her life’s trajectory sharing both vulnerability and strength delivered with grit and vibrato. You can get your tickets for the event at www.ticketfly.com.


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The Roxxx:​ 7 - 11pm at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. Chirgilchin: Throatsingers From Tuva:​ 8 - 11pm at the Octapas Cafe, 414 4th Avenue East, Olympia. Live DJ: ​(​Thursdays​) 8pm - 12am in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Coffee Shop Hip Hop: ​10pm - 1am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

Entertainment: ●

The Most Unknown:​ 4pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. The Most Unknown is an epic documentary film told with humor and the thrill of discovery that pushes the boundaries of how science storytelling is approached. What emerges is a deeply human trip to the foundations of discovery and a powerful reminder that the unanswered questions are the most crucial ones to pose: How did life begin? What is time? What is consciousness? How much do we really know? Zama: ​7pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Based on the novel by Antonio Di Benedetto written in 1956, on Don Diego de Zama, a Spanish officer of the seventeenth century settled in Asunción, who awaits his transfer to Buenos Aires. Women of Note:​ 7 - 8:30pm at the Shelton Performing Arts Center, 3737 N Shelton Springs Rd, Shelton. Everyone has a story to share, and Women of Note conductor, Elizabeth Berndt, has mined women’s choral literature for real and interesting stories influenced by natural, social and political events worldwide, creating a compelling concert to share with listeners in our community. Three Days of Rain: ​8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal. Open Mic Night: ​(​Thursdays​) 9pm - 1am at Buzz’s Bar & Grill, 5018 Mud Bay Rd NW, Olympia.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist. Art Exhibit: Peter Boome:​ 1 - 4pm at the Karshner Memorial Museum, 309 4th St NE, Puyallup. Peter Boome is an award winning Coast Salish artist. He works in a variety of mediums with a primary focus on printmaking and graphic work. Peter prints serigraphs, hand pulled prints with screens for each color.

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The BRIDGE Music Project Hip-Hop Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Hip Hop experience for at-risk youth. You can contact THE Bridge Music Project for details. Hosted by Bobby Williams. Yoga Therapy:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. Vinyasa Yoga for Emotional Balancing:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:30 - 8:45pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

Educational / Classes: ●

Olympia Breastfeeding Drop-in Group: ​(​Thursdays​) 10am - 12pm at the Family Support Center, 201 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Sponsored by South Sound Breastfeeding Network.


Kaos calendar of events Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Organic Farm Stand at Red Square:​ ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3 - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More information available at evergreen.edu/organicfarm.

Children / Games: ●

Big Builders Program:​ 1:30 - 2:15pm at Puget Sound e2 Young Engineers, 4331 Lacey Blvd SE, Lacey. Students ages 4 - 6 use K'Nex while learning about science, nature and structures. They will build trucks, hot air balloons, carnival rides, animals and much more. Sessions teach theoretical and practical implementation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Thursdays​) 11am - 7pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Motopony / Ezra Bell:​ 8pm at The Crocodile, 2200 2nd Ave, Seattle. Post punk inspired with full brass and string section.


Kaos calendar of events FRIDAY, MAY 25TH: Live Music: ● ● ● ● ●

Stirg // Mony Lac // J-Kelly:​ 6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. The Joe Mailhot Jazz Duet:​ ​(​Fridays)​ ​ ​6:30 - 8:30pm at the Basilico Ristorante, 507 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Charlie Saibel:​ 7 - 11pm at the Tipsy Piano Bar, 514 Capital Way S, Olympia. The Grave Aesthetic / I-Artifact / Severhead:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. 21+ only. DJ Rat Baby:​ 10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

Entertainment: ●

Cinder Edna:​ 7pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. Jordan Sather:​ 7pm at The Triad Theater, 102 E Yelm Ave, Yelm. Jordan is a powerful speaker on Raising our consciousness by breaking the illusions of false information that keeps us a slave on this planet. He brings total clarity to confusing issues of our times and backs up all of his commentaries with documented facts. You can get your tickets for the event at www.thetriadartstheater.com Three Days of Rain: ​8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

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Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. Community Yoga/Qigong:​ (​Fridays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

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Open Ballet with Julie Tobiason: ​9 - 11am at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Mrs. Tobiason is a former principal dancer at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and has danced and choreographed for Arc Dance productions, Evergreen City Ballet, Seattle International Dance Festival, and many more. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ 10:30am - 2:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.


Kaos calendar of events Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil:​ (​Fridays​) 4:30 - 6pm at Percival Landing Park, 217 Thurston Ave NW, Olympia. More information online at: olympiafor.org.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Akira Kurosawa's Dreams:​ 8pm at the Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle. A collection of tales based upon the actual dreams of director Akira Kurosawa. You can get your tickets for the event at www.brownpapertickets.com


Kaos calendar of events SATURDAY, MAY 26TH: Live Music: ● ● ● ●

Vince Brown and Jessica Blinn:​ 6:30 - 9pm at Pizzeria La Gitana, 518 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Toast Ghost // The Dizzies:​ 9pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia. Antlerbag / Head Honcho / Brainsick / Good Touch:​ 9pm - 12am at the Lucky Liquor, 10325 E Marginal Way S, Tukwila. 21+ only. Hip Hop Villains Tour:​ 10pm - 1:30am at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Featuring High-Rize // Awall Aka 2piece // B.Slice // Don James // K Sleez // Skirt Digla // Novelty Raps // D. Stylez // SELFMADE ENT // Dj Mindless // Slayir The Player // Tazz Jones.

Entertainment: ●

Cinder Edna:​ 2pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. Buena Vista Social Club:​ 6:30pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Aging Cuban musicians whose talents had been virtually forgotten following Castro's takeover of Cuba, are brought out of retirement by Ry Cooder, who travelled to Havana in order to bring the musicians together, resulting in triumphant performances of extraordinary music, and resurrecting the musicians' careers. Contra Dance:​ (​1st, 2nd & 4th Saturdays​) 7:30 - 10:30pm at South Bay Grange Hall, 3918 Sleater-Kinney Rd NE, Olympia. Live music and dancing. Beginner’s orientation at 7. No experience or partner necessary. Three Days of Rain: ​8pm at Harlequin Productions, 202 4th Ave E, Olympia. A year after he disappeared on the day of his father’s funeral, Walker Janeway returns to New York and takes up temporary residence in the unused space where thirty-five years earlier his father, Ned, and Ned’s late partner, Theo, lived. Scouring the space for clues to the tortured family history, Walker discovers his father’s hidden journal.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Saturdays​) 6am - 10pm at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org

Educational / Classes: ●

Open Ballet with Julie Tobiason: ​9 - 10:30am at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Mrs. Tobiason is a former principal dancer at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and has danced and choreographed for Arc Dance productions, Evergreen City Ballet, Seattle International Dance Festival, and many more. Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ 10:30am - 2:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Fellowship of Reconciliation Wednesday Peace Vigil:​ ​(​Saturdays​)​ ​12pm-1pm at Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St SE, Olympia. More information online at www.olympiafor.org/


Kaos calendar of events Markets / Bazaars: ●

SNAP Plant Sale:​ 9am at Animal Services, 3120 Martin Way E, Olympia. A wide assortment of annual and perennial flowers, shrubs, dahlia bulbs, veggie starts, native plants, and some hanging baskets will be sold. All proceeds from the plant sale go to pay for spay and neuter services for dogs and cats in Thurston County. Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Olympia Flea Market​: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at Furniture Works, 210 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

OFS Kids Club: Paddington 2:​ 11am at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Paddington, now happily settled with the Brown family and a popular member of the local community picks up a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy's 100th birthday, only for the gift to be stolen.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


Kaos calendar of events SUNDAY, MAY 27TH: Live Music: ● ●

Sihasin on "Make No Bones About It.":​ 4 - 5pm on KAOS Community Radio 89.3FM. Dear Nora w/ Nicholas Krgovich:​ 6 - 9:30pm at Le Voyeur, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia.

Entertainment: ●

Cinder Edna:​ 2pm at the Olympia Family Theater, 612 4th Ave E, Olympia. Cinder Edna lives next door to a famous girl you have probably heard of, Cinderella. Ella and Edna have cruel stepsisters, but they have different approaches to life’s journey. Although each ‘Cinder’ ends up with the prince of her dreams, one may be a great deal happier than the other. You decide. Buena Vista Social Club:​ 5pm at Capitol Theater, 206 5th Ave SE, Olympia. Aging Cuban musicians whose talents had been virtually forgotten following Castro's takeover of Cuba, are brought out of retirement by Ry Cooder, who travelled to Havana in order to bring the musicians together, resulting in triumphant performances of extraordinary music, and resurrecting the musicians' careers. EveryBODY Drop In Figure Sessions:​ ​(​Sundays​) 6 - 8pm at the Olyphant Arts Annex, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Emphasizing diversity, varied ethnicity, age, gender and ability. Most media welcome, all skill levels welcome. Movie Night: ​(​Sundays​) 7pm at The Brotherhood Lounge, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. 21+. You can visit thebroho.com for more details.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

Educational / Classes: ●

Mount St. Helens Formal Talks:​ 10:30am - 2:30pm at Mt St Helens Visitor Center, 3029 Spirit Lake Hwy, Castle Rock. These interactive talks will immerse visitors in the history of Mount St. Helens. Participants will travel through time to learn about the devastating 1980 eruption, the ever-changing landscape and story of recovery, the incredible return of wildlife and the important job volcanologists perform every day monitoring the Cascade Mountain range of volcanoes. Hope House​: ​(​Sundays​) 6pm at Hope House 1st Presbyterian Church, 125 Central Ave. E, Tenino. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at: wa-al-anon.org New Attitudes​: ​(​Sundays​) 6:30pm at United Methodist Church, 408 2nd St. SE, Yelm. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More information online at:​ ​wa-al-anon.org

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Prayers for World Peace:​ (​Sundays​) 10 - 11:15am at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. You’re invited for prayers for world peace and uplifting advice on how we can transform our day-to-day life into opportunities for personal and spiritual growth. Through developing inner peace in this way, outer peace will naturally come about. Olympia Assembly ~ Spring 2018 General Assembly:​ 2pm at Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St SE, Olympia. Seasonal Assemblies are where community members and radicals come together to talk about issues facing our city and surrounding areas & brainstorm radical, direct action and mutual aid based solutions to them. There will be a participant generated agenda, so bring your announcements and proposals to generate more freedom and equality throughout our city and beyond.


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Yelm Farmers Market:​ (​Sundays)​ 10am - 3pm at the Yelm Community Center, 301 2nd Street, Yelm. More information can be found at: yelmfarmersmarket.com Olympia Flea Market​: ​(​Saturdays and Sundays​) 10am - 5pm at Furniture Works, 210 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. Offering antiques & collectibles, arts & crafts and much more with new inventory each week!

Children / Games: ●

Zumba for Families: ​(​Sundays​)​ ​10:15 - 11:15am​ ​at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Family Fun and Dancing with the kids on Sunday mornings with Cecile Malik.

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Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself: ​(​Sundays and Wednesdays​) 10am - 4pm at the Holocaust Center for Humanity, 2045 2nd Ave, Seattle. The Holocaust Center for Seattle teaches lessons of the Holocaust and genocide, inspiring students to confront bigotry and indifference, promote human dignity, and take action. Maker's Pop-Up Market:​ 11am - 4pm at Magnuson Park, 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle. Every pop-up will feature rotational 25 local makers and 8 food trucks. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM! Pundamonium:​ (​2nd Wednesday and 4th Sunday​) 6:30pm at the Peddler Brewing Company, 1514 NW Leary Way, Seattle. Punslam competition and show, you can compete, witness, or judge!


Kaos calendar of events MONDAY, MAY 28TH: Live Music: ● ● ●

Music Mondays with Featured Artists:​ ​(​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at Dillinger's Cocktails & Kitchen, 404 Washington St SE, Olympia. Locksmith // J.Lately // Leon The God // StevieBoy Muziq // The Astral Bodiez // NorthWestWAVE // For MCs By MCs Battle League:​ 6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. The Makedonians:​ 8 - 10:30pm at the Rhythm & Rye, 311 Capitol Way N, Olympia.

Entertainment: ●

Bibliotopia: Adult Book Discussion:​ (​last Monday of the month​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at the Tumwater Timberland Library, 7023 New Market St. SW, Tumwater. Conversations about recently read books.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

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Postnatal Yoga: ​(​Mondays​) 10:45 - 11:45am at True Self Yoga, 2727 Westmoor Ct SW, Olympia. Postnatal Yoga supports new mothers and caregivers to develop their relationships with their babies, and their communities. This class is best suited to caregivers of children who are not yet walking. Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 11am 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays​) 12pm - 1pm at the Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org West African Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Patricia Honeysuckle teaches the traditional steps of West African Dance. OMnia Yoga:​ (​Mondays and Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 7:30pm at Pilates at Play, 515 State Ave NE, Olympia. Transforming lives from the inside out! A feminine dance inspired yoga that lets you be you. Feel free to dance, flow, and breathe as we work on strengthening the core and glutes! Just for Today:​ ​(​Mondays​)​ ​7:30pm at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 1515 Harrison Ave. NW, Olympia. An open meeting for anyone interested in learning about Al-Anon Family Groups, and for those affected by someone else’s drinking. More info online at: wa-al-anon.org

Educational / Classes: ●

Belly Dance:​ (​Mondays​) 6 - 8pm at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St NW, Olympia. Instructor Amira has belly danced for over 20 years, studied with Egyptian masters, and has won national awards in Middle Eastern dance. Whether you want to perform professionally or just want to dance for the exercise and camaraderie, Amira's enthusiasm and respect for this dance form will help you blossom. Visit www.amira.dance/classes for more information.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Smart Talks:​ (​Mondays​) 12pm - 1pm at Flying Top Deli, 1870 Barnes Blvd SW, Tumwater. A weekly round table discussion lead by fellow young professionals about current events, community topics, and ways to help you grow as a young professional. 37th Annual Memorial Day Commemoration:​ 2 - 3pm at Mills & Mills Funeral Home, 5725 Littlerock Rd SW, Tumwater. You’re invited for a special Memorial Day event in honor and celebration of those who have proudly served our country.


Kaos calendar of events TUESDAY, MAY 29TH: Live Music: ● ● ●

Music TUESDAYS:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 6pm at Stonewall Youth- Olympia, 112 State Ave NE, Olympia. For LGBTQ+ youth ages 21 and under. Marriage Material // Pinned in Place // Plus Locals:​ 6 - 10pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. Deep Tuesday:​ 8pm - 2am at The Society, 120 4th Ave E, Olympia. 21+ only.

Entertainment: ● ●

Totally Inappropriate Bar Bingo:​ (​Tuesdays​) 7 - 9pm at Buzz’s Bar and Grill, 5018 Mud Bay Rd NW, Olympia. You’re invited to join Jen for totally fun and totally inappropriate bar bingo! Open Mic Night:​ ​(​Tuesdays​) 8 - 11pm at Oly Underground, 109 Legion Way SW​ ​Olympia.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

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Laughter Wellness:​ (​Tuesdays and Saturdays​) 3:30 - 4:30pm at Unity of Olympia, 1335 Fern St SW, Olympia. For more information, visit www.unityofolympia.org Campus Food Bank:​ ​(​Tuesdays​)​ 4 - 6pm in Seminar II, Room E2123 at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. A satellite of the Thurston County Food Bank, making non-perishable food available to Thurston County residents. Sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs and the Campus Food Coalition. Gentle Yoga: ​(​Tuesdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Gentle stretches and healing relaxation with massage therapist and yogini, Aly Long. Refuge Recovery:​ (​Tuesdays​)​ ​7 - 9pm ​at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. ​A recovery-based Buddhist Meditation program lead by trained professionals. For more information you can go to www.refugerecovery.org

Educational / Classes: ●

Yard & Food Waste Composting Workshop:​ 10am at Dirt Works Demonstration Garden and Composting Site, Alta St SW, Olympia. In celebration of National Learn About Composting Day you're invited to learn how to turn your yard waste and food scraps into a rich soil amendment for your gardens. Painting Hope: Free Visual Arts Workshops:​ 6 - 7:30pm at YouthSound, Security Building, 203 4th Ave E #221, Olympia. Youth Sound would like to invite youth ages 14 - 25ish, to a weekly workshop where we will learn how to paint with acrylics and watercolor. This class is for everyone, new and experienced painters.

Community Service / Gatherings: ●

Evergreen Bike Shop Presents Lady & Trans Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 4 - 8pm at The Bike Shop, 2700 Evergreen Parkway, Olympia. Lady & Trans Night is a celebration of the lady and trans community. We invite people that identify as women or trans to create a safe space at The Bike Shop. Lady and Trans Night is about having fun, building community, and wrenching on bikes.


Kaos calendar of events Markets / Bazaars: ●

Organic Farm Stand at Red Square: ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3pm - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More info at evergreen.edu/organicfarm

Children / Games: ●

OlySwing Kids Dance Night:​ (​Tuesdays​) 5pm - 12am at the Eagle's Grand Ballroom and Wedding Venue, 805 4th Ave E, Olympia. All ages. No partner or experience necessary. More information online at olyswing.com


Kaos calendar of events WEDNESDAY, MAY 30TH: Live Music: ● ● ●

Solo Jazz Guitarist Vince Brown:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6 - 8pm at the Swing Wine Bar & Cafe, 825 Columbia Street SW, Olympia. Charlie Saibel:​ 6 - 10pm at the Tipsy Piano Bar, 514 Capital Way S, Olympia. The RANK Strangers:​ (​Wednesdays​) 6:30 - 8:30pm at The Pig Bar, 619 Legion Way SE, Olympia.

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Karaoke Wednesdays:​ (​Wednesdays​) 8pm - 12am at the Starlight Lounge at Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only. Vomity:​ (​Wednesdays​) 9 - 11pm at Le Voyeur Cafe and Lounge, 404 4th Ave E, Olympia. We will make you laugh or gag.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

Kathleen Jardine, LMP:​ (​Wednesdays​) 11am - 2:40pm at Library Building, L3707 at the Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Walk-ins are always welcome, but you can secure your spot by calling or texting Kathleen at (360) 888-4854 or emailing qmkjardine@gmail.com Thurston County Food Bank Grocery Distribution: ​(​Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays​)​, 11am - 3pm at The Thurston County Food Bank, 220 Thurston Ave. NE, Olympia. More information online at: thurstoncountyfoodbank.org Lunchtime Meditation:​ (​Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays)​ 12pm - 1pm at Tushita Kadampa Buddhist Center, 211 Legion Way SW, Olympia. A stress-reducing class to develop a peaceful mind. More information available online at: meditateinolympia.org Liturgical Praise:​ (​Wednesdays​) 4:30 - 6:45pm at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave., Tacoma. Liturgical dance is a type of dance movement sometimes incorporated into liturgies or worship services as an expression of worship. OMnia Yoga:​ 6:30 - 7:30pm at Pilates at Play, 515 State Ave NE, Olympia. Transforming lives from the inside out! A feminine dance inspired yoga that lets you be you. Feel free to dance, flow, and breathe as we work on strengthening the core and glutes! Prenatal Yoga:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 8:30pm at Firefly Yoga, 4450 Pacific Ave SE, Lacey. Any stage of pregnancy welcome! The stretches and postures in this Prenatal Yoga class emphasize alignment and encourage optimal fetal positioning for a smoother pregnancy and birth needed for childbirth, and practice meditation and breath techniques to connect deeper with your baby and prepare for labor.

Educational / Classes: ●

Morning Bird Walk: ​(​Wednesdays​) 8am at the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge, 100 Brown Farm Rd. NE, Olympia. Birders of all skill levels are welcome. Entrance fee at the gate. Rain or shine, open to the public. Ballet Fusion w/Heather Arneson:​ (​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1:15pm at the Tacoma Urban Performing Arts Center, 734 Pacific Ave, Tacoma. Through the artistry of Heather Arneson you will enjoy a combination of Ballet and Broadway Jazz. This class emphasizes ballet & jazz techniques, musicality and performance. Intro To Uke Class:​ (​Wednesdays​) 7 - 7:30pm at the Yenney Music Company, 2703 Capital Mall Dr SW Ste 201, Olympia. Introduction to playing ukulele! First chords and strums! Also important info on the different types, tunings, and important accessories and method books!


Kaos calendar of events Community Service / Gatherings: ● ● ●

Olympia Fellowship of Reconciliation Peace Vigil: ​(​Wednesdays​) 12pm - 1pm at the NW corner of Sylvester Park, 615 Washington St. SE, Olympia. More info online at olympiafor.org The Writer’s Room:​ (​Wednesdays​) 3 - 5pm at The Flaming Eggplant Cafe, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Hang out at the Flaming Eggplant, drink coffee, and write. Intercity Transit Proposes 2018 Service Changes:​ 4:30 - 6pm at the Lacey Timberland Library, 500 College St SE, Lacey. The hearing is to receive public comment on proposed Intercity Transit bus route and schedule changes for possible implementation on September 23, 2018.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Tumwater Farmers Market:​ (​Wednesdays​) 10am - 2pm at 7000 Capitol Blvd SE, Tumwater. The Tumwater Farmers Market encourages commerce, entertainment and trade in the Tumwater Town Center that is conducted in accordance with the Washington State Farmers Market Association Roots Guidelines.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Anne Frank: Let Me Be Myself: ​(​Sundays and Wednesdays​) 10am - 4pm at the Holocaust Center for Humanity, 2045 2nd Ave, Seattle. The Holocaust Center for Seattle teaches lessons of the Holocaust and genocide, inspiring students to confront bigotry and indifference, promote human dignity, and take action. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Friday - Sunday, Wednesdays​) 11am 5pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!


Kaos calendar of events THURSDAY, MAY 31ST: Live Music: ●

Live DJ: ​(​Thursdays​) 8pm - 12am in the Starlight Lounge at the Little Creek Casino, 91 West State Route 108, Shelton. 21+ only.

Entertainment: ●

Mason County Forest Festival 2018:​ 4 - 10pm in Shelton. For 74 years Mason County Forest Festival has been proud to host a celebration to welcome friends, families, neighbors and visitors from all over that celebrates our rich forest traditions. Forest Festival includes the entire community in it’s annual celebration. Mason County’s Forest Festival theme for 2018 is “Fun in the Forest.” Open Mic Night: ​(​Thursdays​) 9pm - 1am at Buzz’s Bar & Grill, 5018 Mud Bay Rd NW, Olympia.

Visual Art: ●

Ken Tabbutt: Landscapes After Sunset:​ (​Sunday - Friday​) 6am - 12am at Galerie Fotoland, Daniels J. Evans Library Lobby 1st Floor, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW, Olympia. Ken Tabbutt’s show Landscapes After Sunset​ is a series of 15 images taken during his travels as a geologist.

Fitness / Wellness: ●

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The BRIDGE Music Project Hip-Hop Workshop:​ (​Thursdays​) 5 - 7pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia. Hip Hop experience for at-risk youth. You can contact THE Bridge Music Project for details. Hosted by Bobby Williams. Yoga Therapy:​ (​Thursdays​) 5:30 - 6:30pm at The Bandha Room, 119 Capitol Way N, Olympia. Dance Co-op:​ (​Thursdays​) 6pm at the Woman's Club Of Olympia, 1002 Washington St SE, Olympia. All ages. Vinyasa Yoga for Emotional Balancing:​ (​Thursdays​) 7:30 - 8:45pm at Flourish in Olympia, 112 E 4th Ave, Olympia.

Markets / Bazaars: ●

Olympia Farmers Market:​ (​Thursday - Sunday​)​ ​10am - 3pm at ​The Olympia Farmers Market​, 700 Capitol Way S, Olympia. Promoting and encouraging the development of local small scale agriculture and ensure a dynamic market balance for small, local growers and others to make available their products to residents of this community. Organic Farm Stand at Red Square:​ ​(​Tuesdays and Thursdays​) 3 - 6pm at Red Square at The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Pkwy NW, Olympia. The stand offers fresh produce grown by student farmers at Evergreen’s Organic Farm. More information available at evergreen.edu/organicfarm.

Children / Games: ●

Big Builders Program:​ 1:30 - 2:15pm at Puget Sound e2 Young Engineers, 4331 Lacey Blvd SE, Lacey. Students ages 4 - 6 use K'Nex while learning about science, nature and structures. They will build trucks, hot air balloons, carnival rides, animals and much more. Sessions teach theoretical and practical implementation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.

Seattle Spotlight: ●

Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party: Power to the People:​ (​Thursdays​) 11am - 7pm at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts St, Seattle. Seattle Chapter Black Panther Party celebrates 50 years with a brand new exhibition at NAAM!

KAOS Calendar of Events 5/16 - 5/31  
KAOS Calendar of Events 5/16 - 5/31  
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