A midnight screening of Muppets creator Jim Henson's 1982 ominous fantasy about a planet ruled by an evil, lizard-like Skeksis, an orphan raised by peace-loving wizards sets out to find the missing shard of the Dark Crystal, which may restore balance to the world. Fri 12 a.m., Sat 12 a.m.
Forgo the pricey spa mad bath. Instead attack ten obstacles in this women-only 5K and get the mudbath free of charge. Trudge through the non-competitive, untimed course solo or bring a team of as many dirt-loving ladies as you can to form a wall-climbin', mudpit swimming pack. Wear duds that can hit the trash after day's end, a towel, and know that the only clean thing in your end of run photo may be your teeth. But, even that's not a promise. Ten percent of proceeds benefit AIM, a charity that rescues kids from sex slavery and works to provide a better future. 13 and up. Sat 7 a.m.
Sometimes the best way to appreciate historical happenings is to experience them for yourself. This exhibit of more than 100 large-scale war photographs places the viewer in the combat boots of American soldiers, capturing the danger, hope, and victory that they have witnessed while being a crucial part of this nation’s history. From the Civil War to Baghdad, 150 years of American battle narratives will be displayed in both color and black and white images. Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun noon-5 p.m.
Sometimes the best way to understand history is to experience it. This exhibit of more than 100 large-scale war photographs places the viewer in the combat boots of American soldiers. From the Civil War to the war in Iraq, 150 years of American battle narratives will be displayed in both color and black and white. Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun noon-5 p.m.
Help support children and families in the community during this outdoor bash organized by Concerts for Kids. Spread across five stages in and around Skyline Park, this year’s lineup includes award-winning country singer Lee Brice, rising rock stars Vintage Trouble, and lauded jazz musician Peter Cincotti. Local acts such as the Mary Louise Lee Band, the Railbenders, and Strange Americans round out the lineup. All donations collected throughout the day will benefit more than 50 local nonprofits, including the Tennyson Center for Children and the Excelsior Youth Center. Sat 2:30-9:30 p.m.
A rising Seattle indie group that has opened for acts like Vampire Weekend, Dave Matthews, and My Morning Jacket is on it's way to being included in that group of headlining artisits. The Head and the Heart made waves with it's self-titled, debut album in 2011 with tunes like "Rivers and Roads" and "Down in the Valley." Sat 5 p.m.
Unpack the sleeping bags for a night under the stars. Children will cook over an open fire, sing campfire songs, and make s’mores before waking up to birds singing from the cottonwoods. All you need is a sleeping bag and a tent; dinner, breakfast, and activity supplies are included. Ages six to 10. Sat 5:30 p.m.-Sun 10 a.m.
Every scrum and tackle over the course of a bruised and grass-stained season culminate in this last match. Life University Club (GA) battles San Francisco Golden Gate (CA) for the national championship in Rugbytown USA. Sat 6 p.m.
Named for their nomadic nature, the team at Gypsy Kitchen's seven-course dinner is sure to wow. Seasonal ingredients will star on chef Jon Robbins tasting menu (past dishes have included everything from gazpacho to short ribs). Don't miss the wine or non-alcoholic pairings from sommelier Alex Kayir. Sat 6-10 p.m.
Kate is convinced her husband has replaced her with a new woman after their grown children move out. His new target of affection: She walks on all fours, wears a collar, and has an endearingly wet nose. As this couple tries to adjust to post-parenthood life, a humorous battle ensues between Kate and the new pooch in her apartment. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.; Sun 2 p.m.