What’s on this weekend in Ballard and beyond

Compared with all the holiday craziness, this weekend’s calendar is slooooow. But it’s a good bet that Saturday’s town hall will be hopping with lots of questions.

Saturday, January 6th

  • TOWN HALL: State Sen. Reuven Carlyle, State Rep. Gael Tarleton and State Rep. Noel Frame — who all represent the 36th District, which includes Ballard — will be holding a town hall meeting beginning at 2 p.m. at Coe Elementary School, 2424 7th Ave W.
  • DIAGON ALLEY CATS: Diagon Alley is closing on the 20th, so there are only two weekends left to visit. On Saturday, the Humane Society will be bringing cats to adopt from 3-6 p.m. Address: 7514 13th Ave NW
  • CONCERT AT YULETIDE END: The Seattle-Bergen Sister City Association is holding a fundraiser and gala extravaganza featuring “a fantastic array of musicians”, 3 p.m., Ballard Lutheran Church (2006 NW 65th Street), $10-$60
  • Live music:

Sunday, January 7th

  • BALLARD FARMER’S MARKET: Same place in Old Ballard, same time at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • LIMERIDE: The folks from LimeBike are holding a LimeRide, starting at Peddler Brewing at noon, making a stop at Populuxe Brewing and ending the ride at Bad Jimmy’s.
  • DRUM CIRCLE: That’s right, join a hippie-ish, all-ages drum circle and use whatever percussion you have. 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Golden Gardens.
  • Live music:

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