Must List: ‘Sound of Music’ Sing-A-Long, Little Fish Pop-Up, D. Allan Drummond Exhibit

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Sing-A-Long Sound of Music
(1/4–1/6) Join your voice in song with strangers—and boo at Nazis—at the 5th Avenue’s sing-along screening of The Sound of Music. You’ll get a goodie bag of props upon arrival to use during the show. Plus, go the extra mile and dress up—there will be a costume contest with prizes. Times vary. $35. 5th Avenue Theatre, downtown, 1308 Fifth Ave.; 206.625.1900;


Little Fish Pop-Up
(Weekends throughout January) While hopefully-launching-soon restaurant Little Fish may win the award for the most drawn-out opening in Seattle, you now have a preliminary opportunity to taste the restaurant’s food. Every weekend this month, a Little Fish pop up takes over Vashon Island’s Gravy for brunch and dinner service. So check that ferry schedule and get ready to eat your weight in seafood. Times and prices vary. Gravy, Vashon Island, 17629 Vashon Hwy. SW; Little Fish Instagram


New Moon Farm Goat Rescue and Sanctuary Open Barn and Christmas Tree Feed
(1/5) We all know goats eat everything, and the folks at New Moon Goat Sanctuary know that includes your now-dated Christmas tree. Bring your old Tannenbaum to the animal rescue’s feeding event and open barn, pet adoptable (and adorable) goats, and warm up with hot cider, hot chocolate or coffee. Free, donations accepted. Noon–3 p.m. New Moon Farm Goat Rescue & Sanctuary, Arlington, 19111 Burn Road; 844.438.4628;


D. Allan Drummond exhibit
(through 1/6) Curiously, the architect of this exhibit, Curiosity, is not an artist per se but an assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology at the University of Chicago. His scientifically accurate, bronze-cast, jewelry-like sculptures of tiny creatures, such as praying mantises and trilobites, bring to mind not the world of academia but the strange fascinations of the Victorian era. Noon–6 p.m. Wed.‒Sun. Free. Roq La Rue Gallery, Capitol Hill, 705 E Pike St.;

Photo by Diana K via Flickr


Free Admission at Volunteer Park Conservatory
(Through 2/28) Feeling frozen in Seattle? Warm yourself up at Volunteer Park Conservatory, where admission is free through the end of February. Enjoy the tropical climate while seeing (and smelling!) some of the world’s most beautiful plants. Don’t worry, the corpse flower is not currently in bloom. Times vary. Free. Volunteer Park Conservatory, Capitol Hill, 1400 E Galer St.; 206. 684. 4743;

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