The world is your oyster.
Community Oyster Roast
What: The Tallboys get you stompin’ while you sip on Fish Tale’s new Soundkeeper organic pale ale; all-you-can-eat bivalves (with sausage, coleslaw, baked beans, rhubarb crisp, and suds) support the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance.
Why: Cook up a storm.
When: Sun., 2-4 & 5-7 p.m.
Where: Golden Gardens Bathhouse, 8498 Seaview Pl. NW. Info at 206-297-7002. Tickets online at brownpapertickets.com.
Molly Moon’s Opening Party
What: Beloved Wallingford organic ice creamery opens its new Capitol Hill location with flavors like Vivace coffee, balsamic strawberry, salted caramel, and black licorice.
Why: Get the scoop.
When: Sat., 3-5 p.m.
Where: 917 E. Pine St.
Polite Society Closing Sale
What: First Ave.’s urbane clothier shuts its doors after three years with exceptional inventory (Brian Reyes, Catherine Malandrino, Hoss Intropia), fixtures, and furnishings down 40 percent or more.
Why: Such a sad good buy.
When: Thru May 13.
Where: 1924 First Ave. (206-441-4796).
The Junction Rebellion
What: Follow the red balloons for tax-free shopping and massive discounts (up to 75 percent) at more than 30 West Seattle merchants (Clementine, Bakery Nouveau, Artswest, Edie’s, and more).
Why: For an added coup, clip these coupons.
Where: West Seattle Junction, California Ave. SW, at SW Alaska St.
South Lake Union Underground
What: Pontius Studio and Crush present music from Jerry Abstract, Foscil, Specs One, and Introcut, along with regional artworks in an intimate candlelit setting with food by chef Jason Wilson.
Why: Take some notes from this underground.
When: Sat., 9 p.m.-2 a.m.
Where: 603 Pontius Ave. N. Info at 773-230-2573.
Who Does She Think She Is?
What: Five women artists explore the balance between work, creativity, romantic partnerships, and motherhood in this documentary by award-winning Born into Brothels director, Pamela Tanner Boll.
Why: Art imitates life.
When: Thurs., 7:30 p.m.
Where: SIFF Cinema, 321 Mercer St. (206- 633-7151). Tickets online at siff.net.