Thursday, July 8, 2010

Wayward - our annual SHINDIG is this Saturday!

Posted on behalf of Wayward Coffeehouse:

Summer has finally come to Seattle and it’s just in time for our annual Pre-Screening SHINDIG this Saturday from 6 - 10 pm! We’re getting an early start for this event so plan to come down early and enjoy a very full evening of music and entertainment!

As one of our biggest events of the year, our annual Pre-Screening Shindig with Vixy & Tony‘Can’t Stop the Serenity’ fundraising event. For more information about this global fundraising effort and Seattle’s own screening being held on 7/17/10 at MOHAI, please visit:

This year we have a very special EXPANDED lineup of entertainment to entice you out to Wayward for the evening! Joining Vixy & Tony with musical performances will be SJ Tucker, Betsy Tinney, and Sunnie.

We’re also hosting a stop on the ‘Murder & Mayhem’ book tour with readings by authors Seanan McGuire and Jennifer Brozek.

There will also be a RAFFLE of items donated by the performers with proceeds going to Equality Now.

Wayward donates 20% of the evening’s sales to Equality Now, so come down and enjoy a Mudders Mocha and a Kaylee Ploughman in support of Joss Whedon’s favorite charity!

And don’t forget we have live music on Friday as we welcome back Michael Garner performing his original Americana folk music from 8 - 10 pm. Stroll down to Wayward on a warm summer evening and enjoy a blended Berry Blast Eskie as you listen to live music.

FRIDAY, July 9 LIVE MUSIC: Michael Garner
8 - 10 pm, no cover
Americana folk.

SATURDAY, July 10 CHARITY EVENT / LIVE MUSIC: Pre-Screening Shindig! 6 - 7 pm: readings by Seanan McGuire & Jennifer Brozek
7 - 10 pm: live music by Vixy & Tony, SJ Tucker, Sunnie, and Betsy Tinney
9 pm: raffle with proceeds donated to Equality Now

Wayward Coffeehouse, it's better than a plan
Mon-Fri: 630 am - 11 pm / Sat-Sun: 7 am - 11 pm
8570 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle WA 98103

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helps raise money for Equality Now as part of the worldwide

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