While most bank on cashing in those sweet Social Security benefits when they retire at 67, Elinor Otto wishes she was still working on an assembly line, punching rivets into sheets of aluminum destined for an aircraft carrier. And she would be if the Boeing aircraft plant she worked at for more than 50 years hadn’t shut down in 2014. Well, 94 was as good a time as any to retire, we guess. This month, the last remaining member of the original Rosie the Riveters turns 100. Celebrating her century-long life of being a bonafide bad-ass will be a birthday celebration at local downtown drinkery, Elinor, named after the legend herself.

A live music performance from jazz trio, Jazz Baker Band, will soothe while guests check out the Rosie the Riveter inspired art exhibition and mingle, beer in hand, with the birthday girl herself.

Another great thing: Seventy-two years building airplanes, including World War II fighter planes and commercial airline jets. What have you done with your life?

Give us a moment’s pause: Please let there be a cake with 100 candles in it.

Elinor Otto’s birthday celebration starts at 7 p.m. until midnight this Saturday, Oct. 12 at Elinor Drinkery. The bar is located behind and attached to art gallery, MADE by Millworks, located at 240 Pine Ave. You can enter through the alley or at the back of the store. It’s free to enter, but only if you’re 21. Be sure to RSVP.