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Tiny Vipers will sing before your supper.
On the second Wednesday of each month, we at Seattle Weekly proudly host a happy hour(s) at an

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Happy Hour for Hope and Tiny Vipers Hit the Highline Wednesday

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Tiny Vipers will sing before your supper.
On the second Wednesday of each month, we at Seattle Weekly proudly host a happy hour(s) at an area bar where a percentage of proceeds from your after-work vice get put toward something nice. We call this event Happy Hour for Hope. This Wednesday (that'd be tomorrow), at the Highline on Broadway, $1 of every $6 lavender-infused vodka cocktail or $3 Pacifico you purchase between the hours of 5 and 7 p.m. will be tucked into the worthy coffers of Catalina's Hope, a Children's Hospital Guild that raises money for uncompensated care.

Also, for the first time in Happy Hour for Hope history, there'll be live music at Happy Hour for Hope. And not just any live music, but really good live music, performed by Sub Pop recording artist Tiny Vipers (aka Jesse Fortino). What's more, there will be a live painting performance by Predators of the Wild (Sharon Wilfong, Dave Bloomfield & Andy Miller), with one of their works raffled off at night's end.

As for the venue, the Highline couldn't be more vegan-friendly, as Nick Feldman recently discovered on a trip. So show up, kind souls, because really: how better to rationalize getting a tad soused on a Wednesday after work?

 
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