Caffe Vita, in response to great fanfare, has announced a second round of public brewing classes taking place in our bean warehouse where you can further your knowledge of coffee brewing methods including the use of Vita Pour Over, French Press, Vacuum Pot, Bialetti and more.
First Class: Sunday, November 8th 2009
Second Class: Sunday, December 6th 2009
10AM @ Caffe Vita Capitol Hill
$20 Includes: Caffe Vita Public Brewing Course
$45 Includes: Caffe Vita Public Brewing Course, 1 Vita Pour Over Brewer, one of our Farm Direct Coffees and a Vita Diner Mug.
To Register Please Contact: Andy@caffevita.com or call 206.709.4440 * 177
Join the Bus, Approve Referendum 71 and No on I-1033 on Saturday on, October 31st to Trick or Vote in support of equality and a better Washington. Like equal rights for domestic partners? Us too. We’re going to be telling voters all about R-71. And like a state that can actually fund little things like education, health care and environmental protection? We’re going to be making sure everyone knows about the impacts of I-1033.
Trick or Vote 2008 saw over three hundred young people in costume, knocking on doors all across King County, and making sure young people voted in the election. This year, we’re going even bigger. And dare we say better.
So what do we need? You! And your friends. In costume. Ready to knock on some doors, get some candy and remind folks to turn their ballots in.
We’ll be meeting up in our awesome (and dare we say spooky) Georgetown location (the Old Rainier Cold Storage – 5840 Airport Way South) in the afternoon, going out to Trick or Vote, and then returning for the afterparty. Yes, it’s free. Yes, it’s all ages. And yes, you get to eat all the candy you can handle! That’s what we call real politics.
To reserve your slot rsvp online here. We’ll see you there!
Continuing what is becoming a popular tradition, Theo Chocolate and Caffe Vita will hold a free public cupping and chocolate tasting on the first Friday of each month. 10AM @ the Capitol Hill Caffe Vita.
Expect to cup Vita coffees from our Farm Direct partners around the globe and sample chocolates from the award winning chocolatier.
Holiday Dates include:
Why Music presents a diverse lineup of over 25 of Seattle’s extraordinary musical talent in jazz, R&B, hip hop, classical, indie rock and musical traditions from around the world. In the spirit of service, these musicians have come together to demonstrate the power of music and support a bold new national initiative happening right here in Seattle.
Often referred to as a musical Peace Corps, MusicianCorps is a new musicians-in-service program created by Music National Service and launched locally in partnership with Seattle’s own Arts Corps. This initiative is building a national model for the Artist and Musician Corps championed by President Obama.
Tickets: $20 General Admission, $5 youth tickets (under 18) available at the door
Buy your tickets: here
Featured artists slated to perform:
EriAm Sisters, Massive Monkees, Evan Flory-Barnes, Darrius Willrich, Clarence Acox and Felicia V. Loud.
For more information please visit: Art Corps website: here.