Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade: T-shirt to debut – and more

July 1, 2010 at 6:30 pm | In Holidays, West Seattle news | 6 Comments

Sure, fireworks are great, but the big 4th of July fun in West Seattle happens about 12 hours earlier – as hundreds of kids and parents from all over WS fill North Admiral streets for the annual Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade. It’s coming up Sunday morning (here’s our original preview) – followed by family fun at Hamilton Viewpoint, with concession sales handled this year by the Admiral Neighborhood Association, also offering its new T-shirts and jackets publicly for the first time. Above is the logo that’s on the front of T-shirts and back of jackets; below right, the back of a kids’ shirt shows the ship’s-wheel logo on the back of the shirts and front of the jackets. More from ANA president Katy Walum:

The first batch of Admiral t-shirts and jackets is IN, and we’ll be debuting them at our concessions table at the Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade! Mike Barker, owner of Admiral Tattoo, graciously designed the logos for us gratis – love that Admiral Tattoo! – and we’ve printed them up on American Apparel (U.S.A.-made, sweat-free) gear.

We’ll be selling the men’s and women’s t-shirts, in royal blue and red, for $20 each, and the kids’ t-shirts, in navy blue and red, for $15 each. Also available are stylish navy blue track jackets, in men’s sizes, for $50 each. A fantastic way to show your Admiral pride!

You’ll also want to stop by and see us at the end of the parade to purchase some tasty treats. Just look for our umbrella – we’ll have a pushcart with three varieties of popsicles for sale. In addition, we’ll be selling bottled water, juice boxes, chips, AND some local confections donated by our friends at Little Rae’s Bakery, Sugar Rush Bakery, and Metropolitan Market! You’re sure to find something to enjoy at our table as you celebrate the holiday with your friends and family at Hamilton Viewpoint.

All proceeds from the sales of these items will go to the Admiral Neighborhood Association, to help us to keep doing great things for this community! We will gladly accept your cash or local check.

We look forward to seeing you all at this great family event. Thank you all for your support of this community, and here’s hoping for sunshine!

Again, all are welcome to walk/ride (bikes/scooters/wagons/strollers) in the Admiral 4th of July Kids’ Parade, which starts at 10 am at 44th/Sunset (map) – parking can be challenging since that’s in the middle of a residential neighborhood (streets close for the event, and police help the parade get safely across California SW toward the end) so take the bus, carpool, etc., if you can.

6 Comments

  1. Great job Katy and the Admiral Neighborhood Association! See you there!

    Comment by Manolita — 9:40 pm July 1, 2010 #

  2. If we cannot make the event, is there another way to order or get a t-shirt?

    Comment by Truth Out - Get Some Truth — 9:03 am July 2, 2010 #

  3. TO – through the Admiral Neighborhood Association. I know they will have them on sale during the Summer Concerts at Hiawatha on Thursday nights starting later this month (schedule at http://admiralneighborhood.org ) – ANA would know if there’s a way to order them sooner. Maybe even try leaving a comment on their site, which is now featuring some topical updates (I believe they’re in the process of consolidating web presence – they’ve also had a Yahoo! group for a long time)
    http://anasummerconcerts.wordpress.com/2010/07/02/join-us-at-the-kids-parade-this-sunday-on-the-4th-of-july/

    Comment by WSB — 9:16 am July 2, 2010 #

  4. After starting at 44th/Sunset, what is the parade route?

    Comment by ttt — 3:17 pm July 2, 2010 #

  5. You know, I don’t think it’s in writing anywhere. We’ve covered it the past two years and it heads westbound on Sunset for a bit, then turns south, and heads back eastbound on another street, till crossing California to Hamilton. Will add if I can find the specifics (or maybe someone who knows it offhand will see this).

    Comment by WSB — 3:21 pm July 2, 2010 #

  6. South on Sunset, East on Atlantic, cross California, north on Palm.

    Comment by Sherri — 9:37 am July 3, 2010 #

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