Big oil? Bill McKibben is not a fan.

For Wednesday:

As most of us will be in mourning or still celebrating tomorrow, there isn't a whole lot going on on the civic events front. But if you've got any energy after tonight's night's antics, here are some events worth checking out.

Bill McKibben's 'Do the Math' on Global Warming

Part of a national tour based on McKibben's widely-read Rolling Stone article "Do the Math," this talk aims to start a global movement addressing the climate crisis and to challenge big oil directly. Don't miss your chance to see the man Time magazine referred to as "The World's Greenest Author."

Wed, Nov 7, 7:30 – 10:30pm, Benaroya Hall, 200 University St, $5.

With the design for Sound Transit's Northgate light rail station already 60% complete, residents are invited to hear updates, including new details about landscaping and original artwork by local artists.

Wed Nov 7, 6 – 8:30pm, Olympic View Elementary School, 504 NE 95th St, Maple Leaf, free. 

Bike Master Plan Meeting

Bikers: tired of heedless drivers hogging shared roadways?

Go to the Bike Master Plan meeting to learn about what the Seattle Department of Transportation is doing to make city biking more accessible.

Wed Nov 7, 5:30 –7:30pm, Bertha Landes Rm, City Hall, 600 4th Ave, free.

For Today:
Get out and party! See yesterday's list of political parties for ideas.