Posted May 8, 2017 by Cooper Point Journal in Arts & Culture
 
 

Stuff 2 Do

May 3–May 17



By Chloe Marina Manchester & Jasmine Kozak Gilroy

The Brotherhood takes flight

Wednesday 5/3. The Brotherhood. 8pm. 21+.

From the Event: “Marlo’s back in town!!!! Come see what one of Airbound Underground’s beloved traveling artists has been up to! Join us at the Brotherhood for all the aerial awesomeness you can handle, and stay afterwards to dance with DJ Fir$t Lady!!! Don’t forget tips for your bartenders and performers!”

Last Word Books Turns 15

Saturday 5/6. Last Word Books. 4pm.

Last Word Books is turning fifteen years old! Go celebrate it with them! Potluck banquet extravaganza! Keg of beer by donation, music, poetry, circus, fine literature and good times. $5 at the door, or a book donation for entrance. Performers include Sam Miller, Circus!, Temple Heathens, and a lot more! Go support your bookstore!

Girlfriends Spring Market

Friday 5/12. 141 Nisqually Cutoff Rd SE Olympia. 10-4pm. $5

Be prepared to have your breath taken away when you enter this historic Barn. The best vendors around bring you treasures galore for your home and garden. Vintage, true antiques, mid century, steampunk, upcycled, crafted, rusty, industrial, perennials, and FOOD! Music! Food! Cool Vendors! Cool Location! 5$ Entry!to stop in the gallery during their open hours. Bring a friend to analyze the paintings with so you’ll be sure to look extra smart while enjoying the art!

Coffee with Amy Goodman

Saturday 5/13. Capitol Theatre. 11am. $15 students, $20 general.

Amy Goodman, of Democracy Now! is in town at the Capitol Theatre downtown! Support independent journalism while drinking coffee and eating one (1) donut free with your ticket! KAOS radio, out of Evergreen was one of the first radio stations nationwide to start broadcasting Democracy Now! when it started 20 years ago. From Democracy Now! “In these times of war and elections, movements and uprisings, we need independent media more than ever. The commercial media serves as a mouthpiece for corporate and government interests—giving a platform to the pundits and the pollsters who know so little about so much, explaining the world to us and getting it so wrong.”

Banny Groove (LA), Hot Heavy Liquid, pleasure systems

Saturday 5/15. Ghost House. 7pm. $5 notaflof.

This event page keeps poping up on my Facebook page and getting me all excited. It is happening in my backyard, but I have been so tired recently that each time it pops up it hits me like a new and enchanting suprise– finally, I think, the spring time show I have been looking for. Banny Groove is touring across the country and is stoping to spend one whole night to fufill our  most glam dreams. Banny Groove will be joined by Clarke Sondermann, of the Washboard Abs, manifesting as Pleasure Systems, and local Olympia champs Hot Heavy Liquid, preforming live for the first time. Show will be starting early to make good use of the sunshine and quell the neighbors, bring money for the touring band– I promise, they deserve it.