Thanks to Brian Presser of TouchTech Systems for sharing the photo of a short-lived rainbow Thursday night – so short-lived, it was NOT one of those rainbows photographed by seemingly everyone under the (also short-lived but now returned) sun. Let’s hope it’s an omen for a great Presidents Day weekend. Here are a few highlights for today/tonight, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
TRAFFIC ALERT REMINDER FOR TONIGHT (AND THE 3-DAY WEEKEND): One more time – 10 pm tonight through 5 am Tuesday, the I-5 Spokane Street Interchange Special Bridge Repair project will close the east end of the West Seattle Bridge – which means you’ll have to get off at 4th Avenue South, if not sooner. To get to I-5 or Beacon Hill, detours will be required – lots of maps on the state’s official info page.
WINE TASTING: Northwest Wine Academy‘s Friday afternoon tasting at South Seattle Community College (WSB sponsor), 1-5 pm.
STORYTELLING: The monthly “Our Stories, Our Voices” program presents Rosa Hernandez at White Center Cultural Center in South Delridge (9421 18th SW), light meal at 6 pm, program at 6:30, more info here.
SALAMANDER LOVE NIGHT: Perhaps the most romantic of naturalist Stewart Wechsler‘s nature walks, 6:30 pm at Camp Long – details on his website.
FINAL FRIDAY FOR ‘SHIRLEY VALENTINE’: Last weekend for the current production at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor; 4711 California SW); showtime tonight is 7:30 pm.
‘LOVE LETTERS’ ONSTAGE IN FAUNTLEROY: Also at 7:30 pm, the Fauntleroy Players present “Love Letters” in the Fellowship Hall at Fauntleroy Church (9140 California SW); tickets at the door.
SLHS BOYS’ BASKETBALL: The Seattle Lutheran High School boys’ next tournament game is at 7 pm at La Conner (Skagit County).
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