West Seattle scenes: The Kenney’s annual barbecue

August 6, 2009 at 6:22 pm | In Fauntleroy, The Kenney, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Later this month, The Kenney‘s century-old Seaview Building will be considered by the city Landmarks Preservation Board for designation as a city landmark – but tonight, it’s a stately backdrop for the retirement center’s annual barbecue. What’s for dinner, you ask? Salmon and hot dogs, among other things:

And though “green” may not be a color you associate with sizzling barbecue, The Kenney’s been making headlines for its Green Team (as reported here last year), and that led to some showcasing tonight as well:

Tonight’s music is being provided by the Duwamish Dixieland Jazz Band, who you can catch tomorrow night at Providence Mount St. Vincent‘s first show in this year’s Summer Concerts at The Mount (WSB sponsor) series (6 pm, free):

The Kenney’s guest list for tonight included hundreds of residents, neighbors, family and friends, and they’re scheduled to continue the celebration till about 7 pm.

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  1. We were there and it was a rockin’ place to be! The Kenney participates in the West Seattle Art Walk – see you there next Thursday.

    Comment by Molly — 7:29 pm August 6, 2009 #

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