(River otter – yes, the ones you see in and near Puget Sound are *river* otters – photographed by Mark Wangerin)
The fog will lift, the forecasters say – so envision a sunny summer evening as you look ahead to tonight’s art and music – but first, if you have a wee one at home this morning:
LITTLE CRITTERS: Your little ones get to learn about – and then meet! – a small animal TBA, 11:30 am at High Point Library. (35th/Raymond)
WEST SEATTLE ART WALK: 6-9 pm, all over the peninsula! You can preview some of tonight’s artists by going to the official WSAW website. See the map/venue list here, with participants including WSB sponsors Click! Design That Fits, Firefly Café and Creperie, Hotwire Online Coffeehouse, Wallflower Custom Framing.
LIGHTHOUSE HISTORY: The celebration of the Alki Point Lighthouse‘s centennial continues with tonight’s presentation at the Log House Museum by US Coast Guard Auxiliary volunteer Will Winter, 6:30 pm – details in our listing and recent preview. (61st/Stevens)
And to the south …
RATCITY ARTCITY: White Center’s monthly art celebration, 6-9 pm, focusing tonight on live performance (and other types of art) – go here to see who’s doing what where!
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