Come out for a fun night of gaming, geekery, and delicious coffee at our monthly Game Night with GeekGirlCon! This is a hosted game night where we provide games (or you can bring your own!) and there are folks available to teach you to play – very welcoming to gamers of all levels. Come on your own or bring some friends. Friday, October 11, 7-11 pm.
Our biggest event of the year! Our annual Sereniversary Shindig, a celebration of the anniversary of the theatrical release of Serenity and all things Firefly, plus its the Wayward Coffeehouse anniversary as well! Come out and celebrate with us on Saturday, September 28th, 6 – 11 pm (no cover!). We’ll have live music with Vixy&Tony, Sunnie Larsen, and Betsy Tinney, plus Whedonverse Trivia (with prizes!), Firefly Costume Contest (with prizes!), and a very special Charity Auction of a t-shirt SIGNED by NATHAN FILLION benefiting Seattle Browncoats Charities.
The event kicks off at 6 pm with mingling and geekery, then at 7 pm we’ll have the music start. Around 8 pm we’ll do Whedonverse Trivia, around 930 we’ll do the Costume Contest, and then back to some music. We’ll have the Charity Auction before the night’s last music set (this is an approximate schedule and subject to adjustments).
We will be OPEN on Labor Day, Monday, September 2, 7 am – 11 pm. Come by for tasty coffee and delicious treats! Meet a friend for lunch, settle in with a good book in one of our comfy chairs, or plan a gaming day with fellow geeks!
We’re so excited to be named Seattle’s “Best Geeky Hangout” by SeattleWeekly in this week’s Best of Seattle issue! It’s awesome to be recognized for something our friends and customers–the extensive and diverse Wayward community–have been telling us for years! We’re very proud of our geekiness and hope all of you enjoy it as much as we do. But you don’t have to be a geek to love Wayward – our casual atmosphere, delicious beverages, tasty vegetarian selections, local pastries, live music, movie nights, author readings, books, games, local art, free wireless internet, and ample seating is there for everyone, regardless of your geek status. Come on by, we’ll be glad to see you!
We’re excited about the return of The Doubleclicks to Wayward Coffeehouse this Saturday, July 27. We’ll also be welcoming Sarah Donner for her first (of we hope many!) performances at Wayward. Join us for a fun night of geeky music, delicious coffee, and fabulous company. 8-10 pm, no cover (donations to these touring musicians greatly appreciated)! Its also Aubrey’s birthday (of The Doubleclicks) so come out and show the love on her special day!
Celebrating their anthology, “When the Hero Comes Home” join the editor and contributing authors including Eric Scott de Bie, Gabrielle Harbowy, Rosemary Jones, and Erin M. Evans for a reading and book signing at Wayward on Saturday, July 6, 8-10 pm, no cover. Copies of the anthology will be available for sale (and signing!) at the reading. Come support local authors, connect with those you know, and discover some amazing new storytellers!
The geekiest coffeehouse around had a very shiny visitor last Friday, May 17! We were very gorram excited when Nathan Fillion (who played Capt. Mal Reynolds in Firefly and Serenity) and his brother Jeff stopped by Wayward Coffeehouse for a late morning coffee and to check out our little corner of the geek ‘Verse! They were both very kind and affable and seemed to enjoy our multitude of Firefly/Serenity and other geeky memorabilia. Thank you Nathan and Jeff for stopping by!
Nathan generously left behind some signed t-shirts which will be being auctioned/raffled off for charity at Wayward by our friends the Seattle Browncoat Charities. Keep an eye out for details on when those signed shirts will be offered!
Come by Wayward Coffeehouse tonight and play Geek Bingo hosted by the Seattle Browncoats Charities. We’ll be playing from 8 – 10 pm with prizes from Dreamstrands Comics. Cards are $1 and proceeds are donated to local charities. It’s a fun night of great coffee, geeky friends, and doing good works!
Join us this Friday, 4/26, at 8 pm for a reading/discussion with Bruce Taylor of the sci-fi novella “Stormworld” written by Brian Herbert and Bruce Taylor.