Take another look.
What: Artist Robert Yoder transforms the front rooms of his own home into a gallery space.
Why: Local talent Jesse Sugarmann’s delicately balanced automobile windshield sculptures (pictured) and German-born/NYC-based artist Natalie Häusler’s small-scale gouache and watercolor drawings.
When: Next open house, Thurs., 7-8:30 p.m. Otherwise, by appt.
Where: 1222 NE Ravenna Blvd. (206-679-0706). Admission is free.
What: New boutique specializing in vintage clothing, music, and housewares takes over the spot formerly occupied by The Anne Bonny.
Why: The two-person biz has a funky, retro look we adore. Take a peek at its aesthetic inspirations.
When: Thurs.-Sun., 1-7 p.m.
Where: 534 E. Mercer St. (206-588-0717).
What: Get a lesson in denim from Emily Current and Meritt Elliott’s line of destroyed jeans in a variety of fits (plus cords and chambray tops) for up to 55 percent off.
Why: Round out the look with a pair of new kicks from the Swirl Steals shoe sale.
Where: Online at swirl.com.
Herbs in Topical Skin Care
What: Go mad (beauty) scientist with demos on crafting skin creams, lip balms, and salves amped up with essential oils.
Why: Company founder Katya Difani teaches you to whip up lotion and first-aid ointment with a blender.
When: Sign up now. Class, Nov. 27, 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Herban Wellness, 103 Lake St. S., at Kirkland Ave. (206-330-2171). Admission (including samples) is $30.
Soft Cheese-Making Class
What: A hands-on tutorial in making mozzarella, creamy-centered burrata, labneh (Middle Eastern yogurt cheese), and more.
Why: You’ve always wanted to be a dairy queen.
When: Mon., 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Where: Mangia Bene Cooking School, 850 NE 88th St. R.S.V.P. to 425-744-1131 or email@example.com.
Photo: Jesse Sugarmann, GM Unity Structure II, 2010 / Courtesy of Season