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Ginny Ruffner's What If? @ Bainbridge Island Museum of Art

Shining, shimmery glass work 🦢

Habitat @ Monkey Loft

Summertime and the living was easy 🌾

A colorful rooftop with vibey lighting where people are dancing to the sunset
Sept
21
Too Late — You Missed It!

Wednesday, Sept 21 • 7 – 11 pm

Habitat at SoDo’s Monkey Loft is the Wednesday domain of summertime. Starting at 7 and going until 11 pm, partiers feel the waning light on their skin and a waxing sense of belonging. The night serves up deep, melodic, and minimal house beats all summer, which is basically a memory as I type this sentence. The closing Habitat is this Wednesday, and it’ll serve as a groovy close to warmer times. (It looks like it’ll be a cool 60s the night of the party.) 

Brought to you by legendary Studio 4/4, Habitat emphasizes an environment where smiles thrive. Rotating DJs offer original mixes and dreamy collaborations. Past Habitats have had people dancing to &ME and Catz N’ Dogz on the rooftop dancefloor, catching the sunset over downtown under warm pinks and blues. What more could you want? Oh, you want food? Good thing Saru Sushi and Sando cooks up a special BBQ menu made just for the night. Make the most of Seattle’s rare sunshine surrounded by music that makes you feel like everything will be okay. 

 

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Haylee Jarrett is a writer based in Capitol Hill. She loves oat milk chai lattes, her chihuahua, and being delusional.

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