If you go to the beach, Chris reminds you by sharing two Alki photos with us – the one above and this even-trashier one – PLEASE clean up after yourself. Meantime, here are some of your options for today/tonight – starting with stargazing, weather permitting:
PERSEIDS METEOR SHOWER: Our “Skies Over West Seattle” contributor Alice Enevoldsen talked about it in her most recent contribution – and tonight’s the biggest night. West Seattle is not a great place to view it, though; read what she has to say, here.
No precise time on that – unlike the following:
WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: Under way until 2 pm. What’s new today? Market managers report: “Welcome back Foraged and Found Edibles with morels, chanterelles, and elderberries! Also, first day for River Farm’s delicious roasted peppers!” (44th/Alaska)
LOG HOUSE MUSEUM: Perfect day to visit and explore West Seattle history. Noon-4 pm. (61st/Stevens)
ALKI POINT LIGHTHOUSE: You’re running out of chances to tour the 100-year-old lighthouse before the summer season ends! It’s only open 1-4 pm weekend afternoons through the end of this month. (Where Alki Avenue/Beach Drive meet)
EARTH CARE CONCERT: At a private garden in The Arroyos – but hurry up and buy your ticket, because that’s the only way to get the location. 3:30 pm.
Check our calendar to see what else is up today/tonight/next week, and far beyond!
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