Beautiful scenes of fog on the water this morning – thanks to Brian for sharing the image above and Susana for sending the image below:
Meantime, this is shaping up as another very busy news day, so here’s a very quick look at highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar (where as always you will find even more listings for the day/night – and weeks/months – ahead):
EARLY DAYS SUPPORT GROUP: Featured at last Saturday’s West Seattle Outdoor Movies (WSB coverage here) – it’s the weekly drop-in meeting of this support group for parents with babies up to a year old. Noon-2 pm at Nurturing Expressions (WSB sponsor) in The Junction. (4746 44th SW, Suite 201)
BENEFIT LEMONADE/COOKIE STAND: Amanda shares this message from the Community School of West Seattle (but note the school is NOT the site of the sale – the address is below):
Our wonderful friend Ian in the Blake classroom is having a lemonade and cookie stand. All the proceeds raised go to help Boyer Children’s Clinic where Ian has spent a LOT of time! PLEASE stop by and support his efforts, I am sure the lemonade will be delicious
3-5 pm today, 9250 14th SW.
COOKBOOK LAUNCH PARTY: As featured on WSB last week, Chef Erin Coopey‘s new “Kitchen Pantry Cookbook” launches with a party at PCC Natural Markets-West Seattle (WSB sponsor) tonight, 5-7 pm. (California/Stevens)
SEATTLE BICYCLE ADVISORY BOARD: Of particular interest given that there was another collision today in the East Marginal area. 6-8 pm in the lower-level meeting room (L-280) at City Hall downtown. Tonight’s SBAB agenda includes updates on capital projects and the Bicycle Master Plan Update, and can be seen here.
ARBOR HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY MEETING: Get the latest on the new Arbor Heights Elementary during a community meeting at 7 pm tonight at the current AHES. (37th and 104th)
KELLY CONDRON CONCERT: Grace Church is hosting Kelly Condron in concert tonight (Wed. Aug.7) at 7pm. The church says, “Kelly has been the opening act for many top notch Christian music groups. This is her only tour stop in Washington. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted.” (10323 28th Ave. SW)