Happening now: Delridge Day, first report

May 30, 2009 at 11:14 am | In Delridge, Fun stuff to do, West Seattle news | Comments Off

Gorgeous day at Youngstown Arts Center as the Delridge Day festival gets under way. We’re actually outside, east side of the north parking lot, where performances will be happening in a bit, and lots of cool folks are tabling already – we’re right across from Girls Rock! and a couple tables down from Mandy Greer, who’s crocheting a fiber river to be installed at Camp Long next month. Adding first photos in a moment. The event’s happening inside and outside at Youngstown (across from Delridge Community Center) till 5 today. Political candidates are making the rounds too – City Council hopeful David Miller stopped by the Delridge Produce Cooperative display, which is kitty-corner from us:

More to come – we’re going to drop by the North Delridge Neighborhood Council plant sale raising money for the new Delridge CC playground, just two booths over and drawing lots of attention! They’re raising money to make a relatively small community contribution to the project that will build a playground in a day this July. Also out here in the breezy sunshine, Cari Simson from the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition (she also visited the last Highland Park Action Committee meeting) – kids can drop by and get an “Awesome Animals of the Duwamish” coloring book:

Full program for the day is on the Youngstown home page at youngstownarts.org.

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