Today/tonight: Flu vaccine, neighborhood meetings, Greendrinks…

November 10, 2009 at 6:34 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 8 Comments

(Thank you, Jillian, for the photo of Monday’s sunrise!)
MANY highlights from the WSB Events calendar for today and tonight:

H1N1 FLU VACCINE: Today’s the day both West Seattle Walgreens pharmacies are scheduled for walk-in clinics, 11 am-1 pm, for high-risk people 9+. Full details on this King County webpage (and note, it’s recommended you call before you go).

GOT A NEIGHBORHOOD SPEEDING PROBLEM? Find out how to get help. Tonight, SDOT workgroup Neighborhood Traffic Operations holds a meeting at 6:30 at Youngstown Arts Center (4408 Delridge), to help residents who are interested in working with NTO to tackle residential speeding. Find out about your options, eligibility, first steps.

GREENDRINKS: Also at Youngstown, the Nature Consortium, Sustainable West Seattle and CoolMom are hosting West Seattle/White Center’s monthly Greendrinks – a chance for sustainability/ecologically oriented networking and fun, 6-9 pm.

ADMIRAL, FAUNTLEROY, JUNCTION NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS: The Junction Neighborhood Organization starts the night, 6:30 pm at Ginomai (42nd/Genesee), agenda highlights including local architect Brandon Nicholson‘s presentation about envisioned Junction right-of-way improvements. Admiral Neighborhood Association, 7 pm at Admiral Church, will choose its new officers and talk about neighborhood planning. Fauntleroy Community Association’s board also meets tonight, 7 pm, The Hall at Fauntleroy (are you following FCA on Facebook yet?).

CULTURE NIGHT: Pathfinder K-8 celebrates its first Culture Night at its new campus (1901 SW Genesee), 5:30-7:30 pm.

More on the Events page!


  1. WOW!!! What a lovely photo of that sunrise!

    Comment by Eilene Hutchinson — 7:35 am November 10, 2009 #

  2. Residential speeding? How about Delridge from Home Depot to Genesee? 45+

    Comment by rob — 7:37 am November 10, 2009 #

  3. sooo… how long are the lines at Walgreens ?

    can’t get away from work for the whole morning.

    wondering if I should just keep waiting til the doctor calls to let me know they have the vaccine, instead of standing in lines.

    Comment by asthmatic — 10:44 am November 10, 2009 #

  4. Just called Walgreen’s on 16th. They have 70+ people in line already for shots.

    Comment by Aim — 10:50 am November 10, 2009 #

  5. Walgreen’s on 35th passed out numbers to people in line, and they are out already. I called the 16th store, they still have it, and are planning on the clinic until 4pm. The line is wrapped around the store right now.

    Comment by kerry — 11:32 am November 10, 2009 #

  6. Thanks for the update, Kerry. Co-publisher has been by and we’re putting up an update.

    Comment by WSB — 12:15 pm November 10, 2009 #

  7. thanks for the updates ! I should have checked here again before dashing out the door at my lunch hour.
    oh well.
    still crossing my fingers that either one of my 2 doctors gets some flu shots.

    Comment by sam — 12:54 pm November 10, 2009 #

  8. Is there a summary of that residential speeding meeting? We have a problem with ferry traffic on our block (people cutting through to get to California a little quicker), and would like some ideas (other than a large home-made speed bump).

    Comment by Lauren — 1:45 pm November 11, 2009 #

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