West Seattle Tuesday: Free lunch; how to report crime online; getting parenting help; raising guide puppies; more

October 23, 2012 at 10:57 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 4 Comments

(Photographed on Alki by Machel Spence)
Weather could get wacky later – the forecast currently warns of possible thunderstorms with ice pellets. Meantime, some of the highlights for the rest of today/tonight, from the WSB West Seattle Events Calendar:

FREE LUNCH! The Rotary Club of West Seattle invites you to lunch at noon at Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor):

Robert Walker is the President of the Population Institute, where he directs the organization’s advocacy and public education activities, including its work on issues related to health, economic development, sustainability and the environment. He also serves as the chief spokesperson for the Population Institute, including frequent interviews on radio and television. He is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post, and lectures frequently on the subject of world population. Join us at noon for lunch and to meet members of our club, then listen to a great presentation by our speaker and out by 1:30. And the best thing is lunch is on us.

NEW PARENT, OR EXPECTING: It’s the monthly orientation today for those interested in joining West Seattle PEPS (Program for Early Parenting Support). 1:30 pm, Bright Horizons (4530 38th SW).

DROP-IN CHESS FOR KIDS/TEENS: 4-5:30 pm at High Point Library (details here).

ONLINE CRIME REPORTING: Tonight the West Seattle Blockwatch Captains’ Network invites you to come hear about the Seattle Police program that enables you to use an online form to report certain types of crime. 6:30 pm, Southwest Precinct (Delridge/Webster), everyone welcome – you don’t have to be a blockwatch captain or even member.

FIND OUT ABOUT RAISING A GUIDE PUPPY: West Seattle See Dogs invite you to drop by their twice-monthly meeting, 6:30 pm at The Kenney (WSB sponsor).

NIGHTLIFE: Karaoke at Skylark; trivia at The Feedback; live music at Locol; singer/songwriters at Shadowlandgo to the calendar and click on any of those individual listings to get times and more info.

4 Comments

  1. Nice photo! That’s a Red-necked Phalarope (insert Redneck joke here) a type of sandpiper.
    They are pretty rare in Seattle – not rare on a state-wide level, just here locally.
    Can you tell us when you saw this bird Machel? And thanks for sharing your beautiful photos. Your fungi pics are magical…

    Comment by JumboJim — 7:25 pm October 23, 2012 #

  2. Machel did caption it “sandpiper” when she sent it – but I have learned to be vague about all but the most obvious birds since there are so many of you experts out there! – TR

    Comment by WSB — 7:38 pm October 23, 2012 #

  3. That’s a Red-necked Phalarope (insert Redneck joke here)….

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    I’m not going to dis rednecks. On the contrary, I commend anyone that is generous with their money…

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    Mike

    Comment by miws — 8:22 am October 24, 2012 #

  4. Nice work Machel! ;)

    Comment by Joni — 4:22 pm October 24, 2012 #

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