(Friday afternoon Lincoln Park photo by Chas Redmond)
Late afternoon-early evening, and with 70-plus temps in the sunshine, we know you’re probably most focused on enjoying the outdoors right now. But the West Seattle Weekend Lineup has indoor suggestions for later AND a big slate of activities for the rest of the weekend – take a minute to check out the list and see! The WSWL is sponsored by Skylark Cafe and Club, where you’ll find FREE live music, bodacious brunches, plus lunch ‘n’ dinner:
Thanks, Skylark Cafe and Club, for sponsoring the WSWL!
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ALL WEEKEND: Furry Faces Foundation Plants Have Arrived At Hotwire Online Coffeehouse
When: April through End of June
Time: Regular Operating Hours
Location: Hotwire Online Coffeehouse, 4410 California Ave SW
Currently, we have three types of pansies, Stipa Sirocco—a fabulous ornamental grass with pink streaks, Grape Avalanche Petunias and the old time favorite—Sweet Peas. We will constantly be adding new plant varieties, including the now infamous organic tomatoes (and other veggies), so please stop by on a regular basis. To see our flyer and/or learn more about Furry Faces Foundation, a.k.a., F3, please see our website at www.furryfaces.org.
ALL WEEKEND: Southwest Pool open
ALL WEEKEND: Movies (and more) at the Admiral Theater
ALL WEEKEND: West Seattle history on display @ Log House Museum at Alki, Thursdays-Sundays, noon-4 pm
FRIDAY AFTERNOON-EVENING: Student Art Exhibit at South Seattle Community College (WSB sponsor). Art Gallery, open Monday-Friday, noon – 6:30 pm
FRIDAY AFTERNOON-EVENING: The Likeness of Form art show at ArtsWest gallery, noon-7 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: At the Senior Center of West Seattle: Rainbow Bingo “Fiesta” theme.
Participants encouraged to dress with the theme.
Sylivia O’Stayformore, Bingo caller assisted by Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
5:30 p.m. doors open and assorted food and beverages sold
7:00 p.m. Bingo starts and entertainment
SPONSORS Life Care Center, Dignity Memorial, Park West Care Center
$15 if prepaid; $20 at the door; $10 for members prepaid and $15 at door. Large parties can have reserved table.
Reservations 206-932-4044. Space limited.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Live music at C&P Coffee with Bobcat Bob, 6-8 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: Last Friday Skate Night at Alki Community Center! 6:45 pm- 8:45 pm. Cost is $3 per person. Skates are available on site. For more information please call 206-684 -7430.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Live music at The Bohemian: Classic jazz with Ron Weinstein, 7-10 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: Chief Sealth International High School spring play: The spring play, “You Can’t Take It With You” is being performed at 7 p.m. in the Chief Sealth cafeteria. The play is about importance of family values during hard economic times. It is funny and thought provoking and set in the 1970’s. Admission is $5.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Bells of the Sound presents A Night at the Movies
Lights! Camera! Action! The soundtrack is often as important a character in a movie as the leading actor or actress. It sets the mood for each scene and creates a lasting memory in our minds between the song and the film. Bells of the Sound will present a concert program of some of the most memorable movie music in A Night at the Movies. From classics like Brazil, American Graffiti and Star Wars, to musicals like Fiddler on the Roof, Sound of Music and Anything Goes and children’s favorites like The Muppet Movie, Beauty and the Beast and The Lion King, we’ll have you reaching for the popcorn and Raisinets in no time! This program will be presented at 7:30 PM on Friday, May 14, 2010 at Tibbetts United Methodist Church, 3940 41st Avenue SW in Seattle. A suggested donation of $10/adults and $8/youth and seniors will be collected at the door (children under 8 are free). For more information, please visit www.bellsofthesound.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (206) 931-7669.
FRIDAY NIGHT: “Tell Me on a Sunday” at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor), 7:30 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: Roy Zimmerman at Kenyon Hall, 8 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: Live music at Skylark Café and Club (WSB sponsor), with The Fuzz and To The Sea, 10 pm (live & no cover, as always)
FRIDAY NIGHT: DJ Tony B, Rocksport, 10 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: Live music at Shadow Land, starting at 10 pm
FRIDAY NIGHT: Live music at Shipwreck Tavern, TBD
SATURDAY: Garage (etc.) sale season back – check here for listings
SATURDAY: EuropaKids Preschool open house at Southwest Community Center – contact school for more info
SATURDAY MORNING: West Seattle Sportsmen’s Club Hi-Yu Kids’ Fishing Derby at Seacrest, 8-11 am
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: White Center Spring Clean, 17th and Cambridge, starts 8:30 am
SATURDAY MORNING: Walk with Us to Cure Lupus, Alki 5K, 9 am registration, 10 am walk
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: West Seattle work parties to restore and clean up parks and greenspaces NEED YOU! Full list at greenseattle.org
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Master Gardeners in White Center/West Seattle – here’s the full season schedule: The King County Master Gardeners will have their table set up at the West Seattle Farmer’s Market every Sunday until September 26th (with the exception of May 30th, July 4th, and September 5th) from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. They are there to answer your gardening questions, give gardening advice, and help diagnose gardening problems. They also have a clinic at McLendon’s Hardware (in White Center) on Saturdays until September 25th (with the exception of May 29th, July 3rd, & Sept. 4th) from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Alki Garage Sale at the Alki Bathhouse, Saturday, May 15th, 10am-2pm. Find hot deals on everything from clothing to jewelry to original artwork! Tables still available for only $10; call Alki Community Center at 206-684-7430 to reserve yours now.
SATURDAY MORNING: West Seattle Film Forum will be viewing and discussing *Up*. Southwest Library, 10 am westseattlefilmforum.wordpress.com
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Ceramics Painting Class at the Alki Bathhouse Art Studio. 10:30 A.M – 2:00 P.M. Choose a fun piece of bisqueware and paint it with non-toxic glazes. We’ll fire it for you and have it ready for pick up about a week later. Adults; and kids ages 3 and up with adult. $15 per project. Call Alki Community Center at 206-684-7430 to sign up.
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Benefit barbecue at West Seattle Thriftway: This Saturday, May 15th: Bacon Cheeseburgers to benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation (Our Total to Date: $6,223 – a little under $4K to reach our goal). Starts 11 am
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Marination Mobile street food truck is in West Seattle today – 35th and Graham, 11 am-2 pm
SATURDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: West Seattle Jewelry Artist Johanna Lindsay invites you to her Spring Open Studio on Saturday May 15th from 11am to 5pm. Studio location is: 4726 50th Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116. Visit www.penguinadesigns.com for gallery and more information.
SATURDAY MORNING: The Hiawatha Tae Kwon Do Club is looking for new members for its ongoing classes at the Hiawatha Community Center in West Seattle. Adults (18 and older) can sign up to learn Tae Kwon Do, a Korean martial art known for its fast sparring techniques, dynamic forms, and strong kicks. The club is focused on self-improvement in a non-competitive atmosphere that promotes unity, respect, and indomitable spirit. Classes cost $30/month and meet Mondays & Thursdays 7-8:30 pm and Saturdays 11:15 am-1:15 pm. Beginners are definitely welcome and preferred; new students can join at any time! Check out our website at www.hiawathatkd.org, email email@example.com for questions, or call (206) 684-7441 for registration information
SATURDAY AFTERNOON-EVENING: The Likeness of Form art show at ArtsWest gallery, noon-7 pm
SATURDAY AFTERNOON: Low tides continue (details here)
SATURDAY AFTERNOON: Bone-density screenings at Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy (WSB sponsor) in The Junction, 1-3 pm
SATURDAY AFTERNOON: West Seattle High School baseball team plays Blanchet for the Metro League title, 2 pm, White Center Stadium
SATURDAY NIGHT: White Center Third Saturday Art Walk
SATURDAY NIGHT: Live music at C & P Coffee with Kings of Side Two, 6:30-8:30 pm
SATURDAY NIGHT: Frank Fest, the music of Frank Sinatra at Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor), 6 pm
SATURDAY NIGHT: “For the Next 7 Generations” – It’s an hour and a half long fundraising documentary film about 13 indigenous Grandmothers from around the world that have formed an alliance in council for ancient wisdom to come forth with prayers, healing and teaching for more kindness and a sustainable planet. This is their story….More information and Trailers to the film are available on their website: www.forthenext7generations.com
Take a look and see what this global movement that’s gaining momentum is all about.
Because this is a fundraiser, we’ll be offering some drinks and snacks along with the film. If you have any food or drink items or time to contribute to assist with this endeavor, please speak with Kim Westphal at: 425-330-2489.
This will be screening at 6:30PM until 9PM on 15 May 2010 at the Duwamish Longhouse in West Seattle for a cost of $15 each, plus a cost of $1.99 for the ticket service. Reserved Tickets are available at brown paper tickets using this link:
Because the N.W. Naraya is hosting this showing, you will have the option of either purchasing a guaranteed seat online for a set price or come early and get your ticket at the door for whatever you wish to contribute for the cause
SATURDAY NIGHT: We are holding an impromptu Benefit Concert this coming Saturday evening, May 15, at 7 pm to benefit our friends Alexa and JP, who lost their Woodinville home and everything they own on May 3. Alexa runs Basset Rescue of Puget Sound in addition to her caregiver job, and they got all but one of the 11 rescue animals out of the house, but lost their cat, birds, and everything else. Our amazing, giving community is pulling together here to help out with cash donations, furniture, support for the rescue dogs, and on and on. People from animal rescue, the Red Cross, Woodinville firefighters, friends of Westcrest Park, and the community at Fauntleroy are all supporting this event. “Trillium Soul” – Bronwyn Edwards Cryer, Sarah Ackers and Betsy Boyer – will perform folk, jazz and gospel-flavored music, supported by other musician friends at 7pm in Fellowship Hall, Fauntleroy Church, 9140 California Ave SW, Seattle 98136. Admission is a donation. We suggest $10-$15 but no donation is too small. Seats can be reserved by calling Bron at 206-938-3820. It will help us get some idea of how many people will be attending, and we’re expecting a decent crowd. We will also accept donations of household essentials such as blankets, pots, pans, dishes, etc.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Live music at The Bohemian: Jazz piano with Norm Bellas, 7-10 pm
SATURDAY NIGHT: Chief Sealth International High School spring play: The spring play, “You Can’t Take It With You” is being performed at 7 p.m. in the Chief Sealth cafeteria. The play is about importance of family values during hard economic times. It is funny and thought provoking and set in the 1970’s. Admission is $5.
SATURDAY NIGHT: “Tell Me on a Sunday” at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor), 7:30 pm
SATURDAY NIGHT: At Skylark Cafe and Club (WSB sponsor): Live music with Stroppy, The Little Penguins, Minirex, 9 pm (live & no cover, as always)
SATURDAY NIGHT: Live music at Shadowland
SUNDAY: Garage (etc.) sale season back – check here for listings!
SUNDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Master Gardeners in West Seattle – here’s the full season schedule: The King County Master Gardeners will have their table set up at the West Seattle Farmer’s Market every Sunday until September 26th (with the exception of May 30th, July 4th, and September 5th) from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. They are there to answer your gardening questions, give gardening advice, and help diagnose gardening problems. They also have a clinic at McLendon’s Hardware (in White Center) on Saturdays until September 25th (with the exception of May 29th, July 3rd, & Sept. 4th) from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM.
SUNDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Spa Day at Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy (WSB sponsor) in The Junction, 11 am-3 pm
SUNDAY MORNING-AFTERNOON: Humane Society Maxmobile brings adoptable pets to Next To Nature in The Junction 11 am-3 pm (more here)
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Low tides continue (details here)
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Our Lady of Guadalupe “Fun Run” to commemorate church’s half-century anniversary, starts at the church at 1 pm (details here)
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Live music at C & P Coffee with Jamtime, 1-4 pm
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Board Game Afternoon at Southwest Library: Itching for a game of Settlers? Have a new game, and want people to play with? Want to learn a new board game? All ages of board game players are invited to play upstairs at the branch from 1 to 4:30 pm. We’ll bring a stack of our favorites (Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride, Scrabble, Dominion…etc.). You can introduce us to your favorite, or play one of ours–we can provide instruction if needed. Families with children old enough to enjoy board games are welcome; we request that parents consider their child(ren)’s temperament in deciding whether they would enjoy this event, and plan to attend with their child(ren). Most of our games are aimed at the age-10-to-adult range, but we do have some for younger players. We are unable to provide child care for this event. To let us know you’ll be attending, what games you’d like to play, learn, or bring, or for questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop-ins are welcome, but we can plan better if we know you’re coming!
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: “Tell Me on a Sunday” at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor), 3 pm
SUNDAY AFTERNOON: The Orchestra of Flight is hosting its annual fundraising family dinner/concert on May 16th at the Highland Park Improvement Club in West Seattle. Doors open at 4 PM and a pot-luck dinner is provided by orchestra members starting at 4:30 with a concert to follow at 5:30. The event is open to the public but we request tickets be purchased/reserved in advance so we don’t run out of food. Contact us at email@example.com or RSVP at the Facebook events page. Ticket prices are Adult $15, Child $8. This year’s concert program covers a dance theme including the Morgenblätter waltz by Strauss, The Slavonic Dances 5-8 by Dvorak, Hoe-Down from Copland’s Rodeo, Nr. 1 Colonial Song by Grainger and selections from Symphony No. 3 in E-flat by Schumann and Hummel’s Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra with solo by Dave Hamilton. The Orchestra is a volunteer community group performing in the Puget Sound area since 1983. We play at many area retirement and nursing homes providing live classical music entertainment to those that might not be able to enjoy it otherwise.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON-EVENING: Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) Market cocktails plus Sunday ribs
SUNDAY AFTERNOON-EVENING: All-ages live music at @ Skylark Café and Club (WSB sponsor): Amsterdam, Alabaster, To Paint the Sky, 7 pm (live & no cover, as always)
SUNDAY NIGHT: Ladies Night at The Bohemian with bartender “Corner Inn Lynne,” 7 pm-midnight
SUNDAY NIGHT: “Oh My Darling!” karaoke begins at Talarico’s with Matthew Darling; here’s the Facebook event page, 10 pm