PCC Cascade Campus
11 a.m.–6 p.m.
Ongoing through March 31
Uninsured and BIPOC folks are prioritized for free flu shots and COVID-19 testing. You have to call in advance to schedule. Walking, driving and biking are all permitted.
Online event, via PCC
Different showings; free
Ongoing through March 10
The Annual Cascade Festival of African Films—which, naturally, will be migrating entirely to the internet this year—features African films by African filmmakers. Among the films showcased this year are Sam Soko’s Softie and You Will Die at Twenty, Sudan’s first Oscar nomination.
Free with RSVP
Author Elizabeth Colbert will give a virtual reading and take questions from the audience about her new book, Under a White Sky.
WED., FEB. 10
Every Wednesday, Seattle alternative paper The Stranger hosts a “silent reading” livestream, but it isn’t entirely silent—a live piano performance soundtracks your mostly-silent reading.
Biologist and photographer Prasenjeet Yadav presents an hour-long lecture and photo exhibition highlighting natural science in Asia.
MON., FEB. 15
Local Lounge has been hosting an in-person screening of a different movie each Monday of February in honor of Black History Month. These last two weeks saw screenings of Kinky Boots and Moonlight, and tonight’s film is the ‘90s drag classic To Wong Foo.