The featured photo is from the weekend – some of the spectators who stopped to watch as the crane for 4730 California went up over the course of about eight hours on Saturday (WSB coverage here). One day later, another spectator event on the same stretch of street – the West Seattle Car Show (here’s our coverage of that, with the winners’ list added). But now, it’s a brand-new week, time to look ahead, so here are a few calendar highlights for today/tonight:
AFTERNOON BOOK GROUP: “I Heard the Owl Call My Name” by Margaret Craven is this month’s book; all welcome to join the group at Southwest Branch Library, 2 pm. (35th/Henderson)
MENTOR MIDDLE-SCHOOLERS: It’s something you’ll benefit from too – and you can find out how, at an informational session, tonight at West Seattle (Admiral) Library, 6 pm. (2306 42nd SW)
HOW TO HELP PUGET SOUND: Sustainable West Seattle‘s community forum tonight focuses on what you can do to help Puget Sound – simple actions that can be incorporated into your daily life. Come learn about them, and share them with others. Presenters include “Diver Laura” James with the Tox-Ick.org project. Senior Center of West Seattle, 7 pm. (California/Oregon)
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