Just noticed this on the Luna Park marquee while passing through that business district – its third annual Block Party is now set for three weeks from today. And now we have the official announcement, featuring some new partners this year:
Ola Salon in the Luna Park neighborhood of West Seattle will be participating in the 3rd annual Luna Park Block Party, which they are leading along with Luna Park Café, on Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 6:00 pm-9:00 pm. This year’s party has more fun activities than ever, and will support two neighborhood nonprofits: Transitional Resources, a neighborhood mental health center, and Kitty Harbor, a cat rescue, rehabilitation and adoption center. Participants will also have a chance to get a preview of the new West Seattle Brewing Company’s offerings.
Ola Salon will be offering 30-minute mini-services of some of their favorite offerings, including facials, lash and brow tinting, bang trims, facial waxing and blowouts for a suggested $30 donation, which will go toward supporting Transitional Resources. They will also have live music from local musician Sid Law.
West Seattle Brewing Company, a brand-new brewery in West Seattle, will be set up outside Ola Salon, offering preview tastes of their beers for a suggested $5 donation to benefit Transitional Resources. Their tasting room isn’t open yet, so this is a great chance to get a sneak peek at their selection. They will have their IPA, Porter, and Belgian Trippel on hand – plus a few surprises in store!
Other participants in the block party include:
Luna Park Café, who is also taking a lead role in arranging this year’s party, and will offer specials that evening in support of Kitty Harbor, and fun activities including a face painter, live music, and other family fun.
Duos Lounge, who will have live music, wine reps in attendance pouring tastings and an outdoor Spanish paella grill on the patio.
Cycle University, who will be offering free bicycle safety checks and in-store coupons.
Where’s Luna Park, you ask? Mostly Avalon Way, just south of the West Seattle Bridge, but you’ll notice participants Cycle U and Kitty Harbor, who are on Harbor just north of the bridge.