As Thanksgiving approaches, there are some fun and interesting things to do in Belltown this November:
November 2: “Thor: Ragnarok” Opens at Cinerama
7 pm | Cinerama
The sci-fi superhero saga of Thor continues this November, with the release of “Thor: Ragnarok”. The film opens for showings at Cinerama on November 2nd.
November 4: Free Tour of The Paramount Theatre
10am – 11:30am | The Paramount Theatre
On the first Saturday of each month, The Paramount Theatre offers free tours of its historic facilities. This month, the tour is from 10 a.m. until about 11:30 a.m. on November 4th. Meet in the main entrance of the theatre by 10 a.m. to participate.
November 9: Belltown Art Walk
6 – 9pm | Belltown Community Center
Belltown’s September Art Walk begins at the Belltown Community Center then sends walkers off to local businesses, galleries, dive bars and venues to enjoy works by local artists. Start at the neighborhood community center to pick up a gallery map and snacks between 6 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday, November 9th, and then wander throughout Belltown to check out the work of various artists and establishments participating in this monthly event.
November 11: Oyster New Year
5 – 8pm | Elliott’s Oyster House
Participate in the largest oyster party on the West Coast at Elliott’s Oyster House, for their 25th annual Oyster New Year celebration! There will be over 30 oyster varieties shucked to order, plus a seafood buffet, wines, microbrews, live music and more. Don’t miss the People’s Choice “Most Beautiful Oyster” contest! Tickets are $175/person.
November 18: TEDxSeattle
9:30am – 4:30pm | McCaw Hall at the Seattle Center
The Seattle event of TEDx is coming up on November 18th, with talks throughout the day that discuss the ways in which Seattle is changing and how we can shape our city for a more positive future. Some of the featured talks include “Cubicles don’t work. How architectural design affects your brain” from Scott Wyatt, “Autonomous fish robots and bio-inspired engineering” from Kristi Morgansen, and “Asteroids are closer than you think” from Chris Lewicki. Student tickets are $35 each and general admission is $80 per person.