West Seattle Thursday: Big night for open houses

(California sea lion, photographed from the Water Taxi yesterday by Mike Steen)
From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar for today:

PARKS AND NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE: just getting under way (watch live at seattlechannel.org), the City Council’s Parks and Neighborhoods Committee meets, with the longterm lease for Marination ma kai (WSB sponsor) at Seacrest part of the agenda, along with the superintendent’s briefing including the artwork we showed here last night.

HIGH-SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE: Chief Sealth’s big event for prospective students/families is tonight, 6-8 pm. More details here.

KINDERGARTEN OPEN HOUSE: It’s also open-house night at Arbor Heights Elementary, 37th and 104th, 6-7 pm, for prospective kindergarten families. Details in the calendar listing.

AND ANOTHER OPEN HOUSE: This one’s at Shorewood Christian School (10300 28th SW), 6:30 pm.

(added) AND EVEN *MORE* SCHOOL OPEN HOUSES: Thanks to the commenters who let us know that Alki Elementary and Gatewood Elementary both have open houses tonight too, both at 6:30 pm.

FOOD BANK OPEN HOUSE: The West Seattle Food Bank invites community members to stop by, tour the food bank, find out how it works and how to help. 5-7 pm; southeast corner of 35th and Morgan. Also a West Seattle Chamber of Commerce “After Hours” event.

BASKETBALL POSTSEASON: West Seattle High School‘s girls-varsity basketball team plays tonight at Holy Names, 7 pm.

NORTH HIGHLINE PUBLIC-SAFETY FORUM: If you’re in the unincorporated area – or near the city limits – you might be interested in tonight’s North Highline Unincorporated Area Council public-safety forum, 7 pm at Greenbridge’s Boys and Girls Club (9800 8th SW).

COMEDY OPEN MIKE: Topping the nightlife lineup for tonight, the Benbow Room‘s twice-monthly open-mike comedy night. Signups at 8:30; comedy starts at 9.

MORE … on the calendar!

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