West Seattle Tuesday: K-5 STEM’s future; Crime Prevention Council; Little League signups; belly dancing; moreJanuary 15, 2013 at 9:59 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 1 Comment
(New platform off 3000 block of Alki; Jason shared the photo of its first known visitors)
From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar (where you’ll find even more of what’s up today/tonight):
DROP-IN CHESS FOR KIDS/TEENS: Starts at 4 pm, High Point Library (35th/Raymond).
WEST SEATTLE COMMUNITY ORCHESTRAS: Young or not-so-young musician? You can show up and join! The WSCO‘s various groups rehearse at various start times, 5:30 pm and onward, on Tuesday nights at Chief Sealth International High School (2600 SW Thistle).
WEST SEATTLE LITTLE LEAGUE REGISTRATION: While the league is now offering online signups, tonight is the first of two in-person-registration events, 6-8 pm at the West Seattle High School Library (3000 California SW). Details in the calendar listing.
NIGHT HIKE IN SCHMITZ PARK FOREST: Take advantage of the dry weather by taking a nighttime hike with naturalist Stewart Wechsler. Tonight, the ancient forest of Schmitz Park, 6:30 pm, details here.
K-5 STEM’S FUTURE: The K-5 STEM at Boren PTA meets tonight, with the school’s future permanent campus – not yet decided by the district – a topic of discussion. Seattle Public Schools’ Southwest Region Executive Director of Schools Carmela Dellino and School Board rep Marty McLaren are expected to be there. 7 pm, cafeteria.
WEST SEATTLE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL: Crime concerns in your neighborhood? Question for police? Want to hear about what they’re seeing in crime trends? The citizen-volunteer-led WSCPC has its first meeting of 2013 at 7 pm tonight, Southwest Precinct meeting room (Delridge/Webster).
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