Happening today: Alki Beach 5K; Farmers’ Market; Tibbetts

September 27, 2009 at 6:03 am | In How to help, West Seattle Farmers' Market, West Seattle news, West Seattle religion | 3 Comments

ALKI BEACH 5K WALK/RUN: More than 1,200 people are signed up, we hear – and you can still do same-day registration if you get to Alki Bathhouse at 8 am. The run (from the Bathhouse to Anchor Park, and back) benefits Northwest Hope and Healing, which supports newly diagnosed breast-cancer patients as they struggle to continue the practicalities of life while dealing with their new fight for survival. (We’ll be tweeting pre- and during-race photos at @westseattleblog – you don’t have to be on Twitter to see a Twitter feed, just click that link.)

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: 10 am-2 pm as always, 44th/Alaska, and watch @NFMASeattle on Twitter for tidbits once the market opens. (No Ripe and Ready list online today, sorry!)

TIBBETTS CENTENNIAL SERVICE: It’s been a big year for West Seattle churches celebrating 100th anniversaries, and the big party for Tibbetts United Methodist Church is today: Regional Bishop Grant Hagiya will preside at the 10 am service, during which former pastors will be recognized, and a gala banquet will follow the service. More here (including the latest on plans for the church’s next big rummage sale, in early October).

3 Comments

  1. I think it’s 8 am, not 6 am for same day regs at the race!

    Comment by r26 — 7:24 am September 27, 2009 #

  2. Thanks. Typo.

    Comment by WSB — 8:15 am September 27, 2009 #

  3. Sure thing! What a fun & amazing race! :)

    Comment by r26 — 10:34 am September 27, 2009 #

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