Best Bets for Nov. 4 - 6 | THE BAINBRIDGE BLAB

Best Bets for Nov. 4 – 6 | THE BAINBRIDGE BLAB

  • Friday, November 4, 2016 4:34pm
  • Life

OK, hipsters: Warby Parker is cheap and everything, but Elle’s Island Spectacles are like works of art. So invest in your future; it’s like a 401k, with compounding compliments. Frames are not tax-free, but they are cheaper at Friday’s Bainbridge Island Museum of Art trunk show. Stop between 5 and 8 p.m.

The currency for Dia de los Muertos is sugar skulls and marigolds, as opposed to that other recent holiday, for which candy reigns supreme. At 10:15 a.m. Saturday, the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art becomes one giant ofrenda. Bring a memento of a deceased love one for this curiously festive mourning custom. Face painting and live music last the afternoon long.

Texas troubadour Bill Carter is in town, holding court at Treehouse Cafe from 8 p.m. Saturday. Bring $20 to see the man who once had a band with Johnny Depp called “P.”

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