Today’s picks for civic nerds.

For Thursday:

Dialogue for Urban Design 

If Pioneer Square is an area you frequent or would like to, join the discussion on how to connect the waterfront to the neighborhood with transportation and with other urban design possibilities. 

The Promise of Urban Connectors Series, Thu March 28, 5:30–8:30 pm, The Kitchen by Delicatus, 309 First Ave S, Pioneer Square, free.

For Wednesday:

Drink for a Cause

It would be hard to decline sampling premier wines from the Wine Road in Sonoma County. Even harder to turn down: When the proceeds from 70 of those delectable wines all go to Northwest Harvest, the hunger-relief organization. Meet winemakers and winery owners while listening to jazz from the Emmanuel del Casa trio.

Wine Road on the Road, Wed March 27, 6:30–9 pm, Hyatt at Olive 8, 1635 Eighth Ave, Seattle,  $50.

Lady Leadership

Female changemakers, including MomsRising.org founder Kristen Rowe-Finkbeiner and Washington State Budget and Policy Center senior policy activist Lori Pfingst, will talk about how the critical factors that will shape the future of women and girls alike. 

Women Lead a Changing World, Wed March 27, 7–8:30 pm, Town Hall, 1119 Eighth Ave, Seattle, $10.

Medical Marijuana Regulations

Get a first look at the city council's proposals to regulate (and zone for) medical marijuana, which would establish new restrictions on where medical marijuana can be sold, and would allow indoor marijuana gardens of up to 10,000 square feet. 

Medical Marijuana zoning discussion, Wed March 27, 2pm, City Hall, 600 4th Ave., Seattle, free.

And for Today:

Border Crises Uncovered

 

Local journalist David Neiwert will read from and sign his most recent book, which gives an up-close and personal account of the life and death of America's Minutemen, the outlaw militia that patrols the United States' southern border, and its leader, Shawna Forde.

And Hell Followed With Her: Crossing the Dark Side of the American Border, Tue March 26, 7pm, University Bookstore, 4326 University Way NE, University District, free. 

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