West Seattle Saturday: Traffic alerts; community cleanups; food drive; music; more

March 2, 2013 at 7:54 am | In How to help, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

(Live view from the east-facing WS Bridge camera; see other cameras on the WSB Traffic page)
Big day ahead – with three road closures to remember, and a multitude of reasons to stay on the peninsula and avoid two of them! From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

TRAFFIC ALERTS: Three closures today you need to know about: Alaskan Way Viaduct/99 both ways between the bridge and Battery Street Tunnel, till 5 pm (and again 6 am-noon Sunday); eastbound bridge ramp to southbound I-5, all weekend; Delridge/Trenton intersection, all weekend.

LINCOLN PARK INVASIVES CLEANUP: 9 am to noon, Friends of Lincoln Park will be clearing blackberry canes, ivy, maybe even holly and laurel. Meet at the kiosk in the north parking lot, Fauntleroy and Rose – if you get there late, “check the kiosk map (in the North lot) to see where we are working. … Dress in NW layers for warmth and dryness with sturdy shoes or boots. Long sleeves are recommended. Bring gloves and hand clippers if you have them, but we have extras. Bring a water bottle.”

REALTORS’ FOOD DRIVE: West Seattle’s Prudential Northwest Realty (WSB sponsor) team members are holding their annual food drive, 10 am-2 pm, at West Seattle Thriftway and Metropolitan Market-Admiral (both also WSB sponsors), accepting food and cash donations for the West Seattle Food Bank.

NORTH DELRIDGE BEAUTIFICATION: Join the North Delridge Neighborhood Council‘s March cleanup at Greg Davis Park, 10 am-noon. Just wear comfortable clothes – everything you need will be provided.

FOREST RESTORATION: First of three chances to join the SSCC Ecological Restoration class and others in the West Duwamish Greenbelt, 10 am-2 pm, details here.

HOMEMADE BRIGADE: At Freshy’s Coffee in the Admiral District, arts and crafts bazaar, 10 am-4 pm.

CLEAN UP CONSTELLATION PARK WITH THE ALKI BEACH CREEPS: Today’s the day, noon-3 pm (or join the Beach Creeps Bicycle Club in a ride from El Chupacabra on Alki at 11:30 to get to the cleanup site, 63rd SW and Beach Drive) – details in our final preview from yesterday.

CRAB FEED: Alki Masonic Lodge 152 is raising money for outreach with a crab feed tonight, 5-8 pm, 40th/Edmunds; see the calendar listing for contact info to check if tickets are still available!

EAGLES’ FOOD BANK BENEFIT: Dinner at 5:30, live music at 7:30, at the West Seattle Eagles‘ HQ in The Junction, to benefit the West Seattle Food Bank. Details in this Facebook invite.

YOUTH ARTS SHOWCASE: Original songs by young artists, 6 pm at Youngstown Arts Center (4408 Delridge Way SW), details here.

FOLK MUSIC MARATHON … of live performances to benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness, 7:30 pm at Kenyon Hall (7904 35th SW), details here.

GUITAR MASTER SERIES: Joel Tipke with special guest Ben Arthur, 9:30 pm at Feedback Lounge (6451 California SW; WSB sponsor).

‘ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW’: The classic midnight movie is screened at midnight, first Saturday night of just about every month, at Admiral Theater.

… lots more for today/tonight; just browse the calendar!

2 Comments

  1. You missed the Sisters Organize for Survival meeting, this afternoon at 3:30 pm at Delridge Library.


    Fight for Publicly Funded Childcare!

    Now is the time to get involved in a campaign to demand that care and early learning of children be funded by the government. The lack of affordable options is putting a strain on many families. It pushes women out of the workforce and restricts their earning ability. Childcare workers’ pay is way below a living wage, making it difficult for committed individuals to stay in the field. Something has got to give!

    Sisters Organize for Survival is seeking the ideas, thoughts and concerns of parents, grandparents, childcare workers and providers to shape a militant movement for this desperately needed service. Everyone welcome. Childcare provided during the meeting.

    Visit the Sisters Organize for Survival site for more info, or call 206-722-6507

    Comment by Ann — 2:20 pm March 2, 2013 #

  2. No, it is in our calendar for today and has been since they sent it to us. The highlights for any given day are not the entirety of what’s in the calendar, which is why we point to the calendar again at the end. The calendar has events for weeks and weeks in advance, and you can preview them all at http://westseattleblog.com/events any time – this is just an added daily “here’s some of what’s going on.” (And each calendar listing generates its own web page, as well.) – TR

    Comment by WSB — 3:00 pm March 2, 2013 #

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