For Monday

It's a Wonderful Life

Haven't had enough Christmas cheer?

Get your last dose before the New Year while you can. Grand Illusion Cinema is playing the classic "Sharing Economy" Christmas film on the big screen tonight at 7:30pm.

Take the whole family, or, if you have had enough of them, take yourself for a quiet getaway. 

It's a Wonderful Life, Grand Illusion Cinema, Mon, December 30, 7:30pm, 1403 NE 50th St., $8

For Tuesday

Radical Women New Year's Eve Party

If you spent the year leaning to the feminist left, PO'd that the legislature failed to pass the Reproductive Parity Act, and celebrating that Kshama Sawant won a seat at City Hall, you can ring in a radical 2014 with your sisters-in-arms at this party.

Radical Women Seattle is hosting its annual New Year's party with dancing, a sketch of the year in review, and party favors. 

Radical Women New Year's Eve Party, Tues, December 31, 8:30pm, New Freeway Hall, 5018 Rainier Ave. S., $5 door donation

For Wednesday

Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board 

The monthly meeting of the Bicycle Advisory Board is happening on the first day of 2014. Attend and you can join the conversation on how to make Seattle a more bike-inclusive community in the new year.

Seattle Bicycle Advisory Board, Wed, January 1, 6–8pm, L280 in City Hall, 600 4th Ave, free

 

Advance Notice

MLK Day of Service

Keep MLK Day free on your calendar for 2014 volunteering. United Way of King County is sponsoring an MLK Day of Service and you can choose your project.

Go to their website and sign up to lead a project group or join one that already exists. The deadline for signing up is January 13, so start thinking about what you want to do. 

MLK Day of Service, Mon, January 20, multiple times and locations, free.

 

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