West Seattle Tuesday: Shadow reunion; City Light sites’ future; more

August 27, 2013 at 9:04 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 2 Comments

Colman Pool

(Colman Pool panorama shared by Flickr member alextutu1821 via the WSB Flickr pool)
Is an outdoor swim on your “before summer ends” bucket list? Time’s ebbing – this is the last full week of the season at Colman Pool (see the schedule, including the “postseason” weekend, here). Meantime, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar, here’s what else is up today:

FOREST RESTORATION: The West Seattle-based Nature Consortium needs you! And not just on weekends. Our calendar listing explains.

BABY STORY TIME: Introduce your little one to libraries as early as possible! Baby Story Time is a great opportunity – and there’s one at 11:30 this morning at Southwest Branch Library. (35th/Henderson)

ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION TOWN HALL: As explained in the calendar listing, two of the state’s chapters of the association will “highlight and solicit feedback on public policy initiatives, including the National Alzheimer’s Plan, an Alzheimer’s Disease Plan for Washington State, and Voices for Better Health in Washington State, a new initiative to improve health care for ‘dual eligibles,’ older and disabled Washingtonians who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid.” All welcome, 1:30-3:30 pm at Providence Mount St. Vincent. (4831 35th SW)

EX-SUBSTATION SITES MEETING: Tonight’s the second of two Seattle City Light public meetings about no-longer-needed substation sites in the area – this time, focusing on the Dakota, Fauntleroy, Ambaum & Glendale Substations (whose locations range from north West Seattle to Burien), as explained here. High Point Community Center, 7-9 pm. (6920 34th SW)

SHADOW AT EASY STREET: It’s a reunion show at Easy Street Records for this circa-’80s band featuring Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready, celebrating a record release – as explained here. Sweet Water‘s on the bill for this free, all-ages, in-store concert; be there, 7 pm. (California/Alaska)


  1. There should be plenty of room to swim considering most schools started on Monday!

    Comment by Silly Goose — 9:14 am August 27, 2013 #

  2. No, SPS doesn’t start until Sept 4.

    Comment by WSB — 9:53 am August 27, 2013 #

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