1. Olympia Family Theater’s production of “Go Dog Go” is a canine cabaret, bringing a beloved children’s classic to life with amazing physical comedy, amusing acrobatics and magic music. The dogs celebrate the many joys and challenges of life and friendship while cavorting across the OFT stage. The show takes the spirit of the book and brings it to life in a joyful production full of excitement, suitable for children of all ages. 7 p.m., $12-$19, Washington Center for the Performing Arts, 512 Washington St. S.E.
2. Enjoy an evening of free hands on art making opportunities at Tacoma Art Museum. They will have a building filled with free art creation experiences related to our current exhibitions. Arts Crush reawakens the senses by engaging people in the arts in unique ways; through hands-on participation, peeking behind the scenes, or experiencing art in unexpected places. 5 - 8 p.m., 1701 Pacific Ave.,(253) 272-4258.
3. With the strange political climate and the outcome of recent primaries, there is bound to be some interesting conversations. Drinking Liberally is an informal gathering of like-minded left-leaners and true hardcore lefties who want to trade ideas, get more involved, to rant, or just share each others company. 7 p.m., free, The Hub, 203 Tacoma Avenue South,(253) 683-4606.
4. Get spooked at the Rutledge Corn Maze and help Olympia Artspace Alliance raise funds and awareness for a live work development for local artists. Vote for your favorite carved pumpkin and take a trip through the maze. 7 - 10 p.m., $13, 302 93rd Ave, Olympia, SE, (360)357-3700.
5. The Harvey Girls(PDX), Not From Brooklyn and Humble Cub. Besides having an adorable name, Humble Cub also delivers a nice dose of atmospheric indie rock. $2 miller high life tall cans 9 p.m., $5, The New Frontier Lounge, 301 East 25th Street, Tacoma, (253) 572-4020.