WEST SEATTLE SHOPPING: Two more weekends to shop before Christmas Eve. Shop West Seattle! We have just added another coupon to the Holiday Shopping Guide page, and our year-round Coupons page has a few options that might be of holiday assistance. (Each coupon is individually viewable/printable.)
‘ART PAGEANT’:: Diva Espresso‘s annual Art Pageant: 9 am-4 pm, 4480 Fauntleroy.
SCHOOL BAZAAR: Highland Park Elementary (1012 SW Trenton) is having its 4th annual holiday bazaar, 10 am-3 pm. In addition to the bazaar itself, they’re having a bake sale, and a raffle with donations from vendors and local businesses.
SANTA PAWS: Windermere West Seattle invites you and your four-legged friends to our office from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. A professional photographer will be taking pictures of your pets with Santa. We will also have holiday treats for you and the little ones. You can also bring items to donate to the YMCA Kids Program. See Windermerewestseattle.com for a donation list. Donations are not required, but certainly appreciated.
ALKI CRAB AND FISH SUPPORTERS’ RALLY: Noon, supporters of Alki Crab and Fish, as it challenges city’s decision to award Seacrest Boathouse contract to another proposer, plan to rally just south/east of Seacrest. Our most recent story about the situation is here.
TIME TO TANGO: Argentine Tango Classes In West Seattle at Allstar Fitness, 2629 SW Andover. Saturdays from 1-3 PM, $7, more info here. Contact Layton Miller: 360.250.2066, firstname.lastname@example.org
THREE CHRISTMAS SHIP STOPS: Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship in West Seattle! 5:15-5:35 pm at Seacrest, 8:50-9:10 at Lowman Beach, 9:40-10 pm at Alki (where you will find strolling performers enacting Biblical scenes).
DINE AND DANCE: Holiday Potluck Dinner and Dance at Highland Park Improvement Club, starts 6 pm, details here.
BENEFIT AT THE BRIDGE: Rachel Halladay benefit at The Bridge, 7 pm till close, raising money for therapy that is helping Rachel learn to walk again after a car crash in her teens took away that ability. Live music, raffle prizes, drink specials. 21+. Here’s the official flyer.
‘BIG CHRISTMAS BROADCAST OF 1941′: Free show at Westwood Christian Assembly (with dessert afterward), 7 pm, 9252 16th SW.
‘IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE,’ RADIO-STYLE: 7:30 pm performance of Twelfth Night Productions‘ “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Show,” at Kenyon Hall. Based on the classic 1946 Frank Capra film, playwright Joe Landry’s take on “It’s a Wonderful Life” comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast at historic Kenyon Hall, 7904 35th SW. Tickets are available online at Brown Paper Tickets, and at Kenyon Hall, $15/adults, $12 students & seniors.
LIVE MUSIC TONIGHT: Rock ‘n’ Roll Food Drive with The People Now at Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor), no cover but bring a nonperishable food-bank donation, 9 pm … Marco Benevento and Nefarious Jones at Skylark Café and Club, 9 pm (cover).
TV ALERT: Local home on “Sell This House: Extreme” – details here
FOOD TRUCK ROUNDUP: Food trucks today – Skillet (chicken/waffles lunch) and Bigfood (dinner) at Uptown Espresso Junction pod; Marination Mobile at 35th/Graham, 11 am-2 pm; Lumpia World, Curry Now and Charlie’s Buns at Highland Park Improvement Club at 11 am, Beloved Mexico along Fauntleroy south of Alaska (note, any of this subject to change, as food-truck operators tend to have sudden switches).
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