PubliCalendar: Electronics Recycling, Democratic Documentaries and Bikes Everywhere

Today's pick for civic nerds.

By Anna Chatilo March 7, 2013

 Today's pick for civic nerds. 

 For Saturday:

Antiques Roadshow, MOHAI Style

They won't appraise your artifacts, but they will certainly help you figure out the story behind them. No firearms or bulky furniture, obviously.

Bring Your Artifact to MOHAI Day, Sat Mar 9, 10–4, MOHAI, 860 Terry Ave N, free with museum admission.

Electronics Begone

Get your grocery shopping and electronics recycling done in one stop. If you still have any Walkman or portable CD players laying around they won't judge (we may), and they'll recycle them the earth-friendly way.

Electronic Recycling Event, Sat Mar 9, 10–2, Whole Foods, 2001 15th Ave W, Interbay, free.

Bikes, Bikes Everywhere

Bike nerds—gather for the largest consumer bike show in the U.S. There will be more than 250 booths to help you kick off the biking season with new gear and accessories.

Seattle Bicycle Expo, Sat Mar 9 and 10, 9–6, Smith Cove Cruise Terminal, 2001 W Garfield St, Seattle, $10–$12.

For Friday:

Let Your Democratic Flag Fly

Award-winning filmmakers bring stories of employee-owned businesses that stay in the green in today's economy while still providing secure and dignified jobs. Representatives from Seattle co-ops and sustainability groups will join the post-showing discussion.

Shift Change: Putting Democracy to Work, Fri Mar 8, 7–9:30, Keystone Congregational Church, 5019 Keystone Pl, Seattle, free.

And For Today:

Back to Bike Basics

Head to the Alderwood REI for a bike maintenance class to make sure you're safe on the road.

Bike Maintenance Basics, Thu Mar 7, 7–8:30, Alderwood REI, 184th St SW, Lynnwood, free.

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