HIGH TIDE AND ‘COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY’: High water again this morning, with a tide almost to 12 feet (same as the past few days) right around 9 am.
ROTARY LUNCH GUEST: Author Dean Adams of “4,000 Hooks,” a memoir of North Pacific fishing, is the featured speaker at today’s Rotary Club of West Seattle lunch meeting, noon, Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor), public welcome.
WSHS INFO NIGHT FOR CURRENT 8TH GRADERS: If you have an 8th grader in the house who’s planning to, or thinking of, attending West Seattle High School – tonight’s event is for you. 6 pm – details here.
KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT NIGHT: 6-7:30 pm at Roxhill Elementary (30th and Roxbury), a special event sponsored by the city and school district with “a chance to hear from kindergarten teachers and Seattle Public Schools enrollment specialists who will help families enroll in kindergarten and answer questions about what to expect in kindergarten. Child care, dinner, interpreters, resources, technical assistance, and translation of materials, will be provided.” Participating families need to bring:
· Certificate of Immunization Status (CIS)
· Photo ID of the parent/guardian registering the student
· Address verification documents
· Birth certificate (or similar document such as a passport)
FAMILY STORY TIME: Delridge Library, 7 pm, bring the family for story time with children’s librarian Miss Bea.
(updated time) HOLIDAY CONCERT West Seattle Community Orchestras presents the West Seattle Symphony Orchestra‘s holiday concert, “Russian Holiday,” at Chief Sealth International High School (2600 SW Thistle), 7 pm:
Join us for a lovely evening of music from great Russian composers, Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Mikhail Glinka. Selections include the Overture to Russlan and Lyudmila, and Suite Number 4, “Mozartiana”, and of course Tchaikovsky’s famous Nutcracker Suite. In addition to all that, enjoy the beautiful “Fantasia on ‘Greensleeves’ “, featuring flute and harp!
More details here.
NIGHTLIFE: Trivia and karaoke! See the listings in the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar.