West Seattle Thursday: Hey Marseilles at Easy Street, and more

February 28, 2013 at 10:01 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 1 Comment

(Photo by Laura McCabe, from the Leschi’s visit to Jack Block Park – land, too! – for training Sunday)
4 highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar for today/tonight:

TRAFFIC ALERTS: Even if you don’t usually look at the daily traffic/transit tracker – there’s a lot going on today and throughout the weekend. See it here.

WEST SEATTLE DEMOCRATIC WOMEN: Their monthly meeting is at lunchtime today at the West Seattle Golf Course, after the 10:30 am discussion group; registration starts at 11:15 am. Details here.

DREAM DINNERS ‘TASTE’ EVENT: Curious about how Dream Dinners (WSB sponsor) works? Tonight’s a special “no-host taste event” at which you can sign up to make and take home three dinners – that’s three nights/days you won’t have to spend extra time dealing with the sometimes-dreaded question “what’s for dinner?” DD is on the outer east side of Jefferson Square; details (RSVP ASAP!) in our calendar listing.

BOOMERS AND BEYONDERS: Special event for baby boomers looking at the final third of life – with Pat Cashman and Mike Hearl, at Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor). 6 pm – details in the calendar listing.

HEY MARSEILLES AT EASY STREET: Live in-store concert tonight, at Easy Street Records in The Junction – as previewed:

Our West Seattle store is where the action will be tonight as Hey Marseilles performs songs from their new album, Lines We Trace, at 7 pm. If you don’t have a ticket for their sold-out Showbox show tomorrow night – or even if you do – this is where you wanna be. Bonus, you can snag an early copy of the album while you’re there! Free and all ages at 4559 California Ave SW!

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  1. We’re big fans of Dream Dinners. Pre-assembled, uncooked meals that you put in the freezer and then thaw, cook, and eat. We have one a couple times a week, and they can usually be made in 20-30 minutes. They’re very good and much healthier than restaurant, fast food or processed meals from the grocery store. We can adjust how much salt or other spices go into the meal. The best thing they do for us is eliminate the decision of what to make for dinner and the trip to the grocery store. I don’t work for them, I just think they are a great company with a great idea that helps our freakishly busy family still eat meals together. Not to mention the portion control and alternative to fast food is helping to fight against obesity.

    Comment by D — 12:38 pm February 28, 2013 #

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