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Weekend Round-Up: an anniversary, a ribbon-cutting and a concert

Lucky Envelope Brewing Anniversary Celebration. Join Lucky Envelope for their Anniversary Celebration at the tasting room (907 NW 50th Street) this Saturday, April 27th from Noon-10pm. This year’s anniversary has cultural significance: The number four in Chinese tradition is unlucky because the Chinese word for the number sounds similar to the word death.

This year’s celebration brings a new Hazy IPA along with the return of some fan favorites. There will also be some red envelopes to give away and some new branded merchandise for sale. Beanfish food truck will be serving their delicious sweet & savory Taiyaki offerings from 3pm-8pm.

Ribbon-Cuting Celebration. Come join ALUV and artist Vicki Scuri as they cut the ribbon on “Aurora Bright Dawn”, the City of Seattle’s newest public art located at the pedestrian overpass at Oaktree Plaza. Aurora Bright Dawn was commissioned by the City of Seattle’s Arts & Culture as part of the Neighborhood Street Fund (NSF) program. The NSF program funds projects requested by the community and is helping achieve ALUV’s goal of building community together- A safe, pedestrian-friendly, inclusive urban village that works for everyone.      

This will be located at Oaktree Plaza Pedestrian Crossing Aurora Ave N at N 102nd St. on Saturday, April 27th at noon.

David Roth in concert at the Phinney Center. Our former Seattle neighbor David Roth (now living on Cape Cod) has written music that has traveled the world. He ranges from holistic to hilarious, poignant to improbable.

April 27, 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Doors open 30 minutes before the show.
Phinney Center Concert Hall, Brick Building
6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle