West Seattle Saturday: Presidents Day weekend begins

Fauntleroy Park

(Fauntleroy Park photographed by Flickr member Walkabout Wolf, shared via the WSB Flickr group)
From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar, highlights for the rest of your Saturday:

TRAFFIC REMINDER: Can’t mention this one often enough – the eastbound east end of the bridge is closed past 4th Avenue South – so make alternate plans to get to I-5 or Beacon Hill. The closure is scheduled to last till early TUESDAY morning. More info here.

METRO SERVICE CHANGE: As Metro Transit makes one of its periodic “service changes,” with adjustments around the system, the major West Seattle change is that Route 50 is, for the first time since its launch, starting its “real” route. Here’s our Friday update with details.

WEST SEATTLEITES AT HOME SHOW: Potter Construction (WSB sponsor) is among the exhibitors at the Seattle Home Show – look for them if you’re going! (It runs through February 24th at the CenturyLink Field Event Center.)

LUNAR NEW YEAR CELEBRATION: 2 pm at the Vietnamese Cultural Center, 2236 SW Orchard (just north of Home Depot), all welcome for festivities including a lion dance.

‘THE LINE’: Documentary screening at St. John the Baptist Church, 6:30 pm (California/Spokane) – details here.

JAZZ AND SWING AT KENYON HALL: Glenn Crytzer and his Syncopators play tonight at Kenyon Hall (7904 35th SW), 7:30 pm – details here.

‘LOVE LETTERS’: Third of four performances for the Fauntleroy Players’ production at Fauntleroy Church‘s Fellowship Hall (9140 California SW), 7:30 pm.

WESTSIDE BURLESQUE: 9:30 tonight at Skylark Café and Club (3803 Delridge SW), promising, among other things, “strange prizes.”

LIVE MUSIC: The calendar has listings for Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor), Poggie Tavern, and Benbow Roomsee them all here.

1 Reply to "West Seattle Saturday: Presidents Day weekend begins"

  • miws February 16, 2013 (12:00 pm)

    There’s also some blood drive:

    Today, at the Junction, and at Westwood, and Monday at PCC.


    Tried to post a link to the schedule, but it didn’t work.


    Until 3:30 in the Junction, and 3:00 at Westwood.





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