Friday, September 25, 2009
To Do: September 25th - 27th

Film: Whip It; Drew Barrymore's directorial debut about a Texan roller derby team called the Hurl Scouts starring Juno's Ellen Page. Page's character Bliss Cavendar struggles to find her own voice in the midst of beauty pageants and suburbia.

Metro Cinemas 500 8th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Joey Chiarello; the Seattle artist's Evolution show at the Pacini Lubel gallery is in it's final weekend. Chirarello's stoneware sculptures depict animals as warriors.

Pacini Lubel Gallery 207 2nd Ave. S. Seattle, WA 98104

Bastille; located in Ballard this French restaurant offers up locally grown (like from their 4,500 sf rooftop garden) and organic French fair till 2 am making it one of the best choices for late night dining in Seattle. Their moules frites cooked in champagne with thyme are a perfect way to follow up their heirloom tomato salad with bacon vinaigrette.

Bastille Cafe & Bar 5307 Ballard Ave. NW Seattle, WA 98117

U-District Farmer's Market; now more then ever local businesses are looking for patrons and consumers are looking for quality goods worth their hard earned cash. The farmer's market is a perfect way to help keep local farmers in business and walk away with fresh and delicious food that's sure to please the tummy and the wallet. The market boasts more than 50 food vendors offering up local, and organic goods. Saturday 9am -2 pm.

Corner of 50th and University Way NE Seattle, WA 98105

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