West Seattle Sunday: Recycle Roundup; SPD Mounted Patrol open house; poker, bingo benefits; Autumn Equinox…September 22, 2013 at 9:00 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | Comments Off
(Added 10:23 am: Rainbow over Alki, shared by Donna Riddick – thanks!)
Latest forecast still includes an alert for blustery conditions later. But in the meantime … from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
(WSB photo added 10 am: 1 Green Planet crew setting up for Recycle Roundup; info below)
RECYCLE ROUNDUP: Fauntleroy Church‘s twice-a-year Recycle Roundup is on, until 3 pm. 1 Green Planet is there to fill trucks with the recyclables you can’t just leave at the curb; see the list of what they’re accepting on the church website. (9140 California SW)
SALES! 9 am-5 pm, one more full day for the tent sale at Pacific Plumbing Supply (WSB sponsor) in Highland Park continues its annual tent sale (7115 W. Marginal Way SW) … Then 10 am-2 pm today, it’s “Sale Day” at the year-round West Seattle Farmers’ Market. (44th and Alaska)
MOUNTED PATROL OPEN HOUSE: Come meet the Seattle Police Mounted Patrol horses and humans at their first-ever open house. Their HQ is on the east side of Westcrest Park in Highland Park, and you’re welcome to visit between 1-5 pm, demonstrations at 2 & 4 (follow that link for driving/parking instructions, too). Rain or shine – it’ll be happening at their COVERED facility. (Entrance at 8600 8th SW)
CARDS FOR THE KIDS: West Seattle Junior Football‘s benefit Texas Hold-Em poker tournament at the Heartland Café/Benbow Room in The Admiral District, 3 pm – cash prizes, no-host bar. (4210 SW Admiral Way)
MUSIC AND COFFEE: Erika Lundahl performs this afternoon at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 3-5 pm. (5612 California SW)
BINGO BENEFIT: At the Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) starting at 5 pm, it’s a new round of “Booze, Balls, and Bingo,” drag bingo raising money for nonprofits, this time including animal advocates who will have adoptable dogs outside the Feedback during the event – full details in our calendar listing.
UPDATE: The following event is canceled, per Alice, because of the soggy weather.
EQUINOX SUNSET: Fall officially begins at 1:44 pm with the autumnal equinox, which means that – unless the weather is REALLY bad (which it might be – watch here for updates) – Alice Enevoldsen of Alice’s Astro Info (and monthly Skies Over West Seattle reports here), will meet you at Solstice Park east of north Lincoln Park for the sunset – as explained here – starting around 6:30 pm. (7400 Fauntleroy Way SW)
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