West Seattle Wednesday: Last chance to see 9/11 luminaria bags; remembrance at 34th District Democrats’ meeting; moreSeptember 11, 2013 at 10:26 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 2 Comments
(Thanks to Sean for the photo of the flag at half-staff at Station 29 in Admiral)
Three highlights for today/tonight from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
9/11 LUMINARIA BAGS AT ALKI ARTS: As noted here Monday, Alki Arts and the Southwest Seattle Historical Society decided to leave the bags from 2001′s post-9/11 remembrances – displayed in “The Earth Cried Out” on Sunday (WSB coverage here) – up through closing time tonight. You can see them noon-7 pm. (2820 Alki SW)
HIGH POINT MARKET GARDEN FARM STAND: 4-7 pm every Wednesday through early October – buy organic produce just steps away from where it was grown. Info in our calendar listing. (32nd/Juneau)
34TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS: West Seattle’s largest political group meets at 7 pm at The Hall at Fauntleroy, and agenda highlights shared by chair Marcee Stone-Vekich include:
9/11 Remembrance (with member Ron Schoenberg, who was there).
Program: Celebration of Labor
• Jonathan Rosenblum, Campaign Director, Working Washington, discusses the $15 minimum wage for fast-food Workers and the Sea-Tac Good Jobs Initiative.
• Seattle Education Association President Jonathan Knapp reports on the Seattle Teachers Contract Negotiations.
The group also will consider campaign contributions and two resolutions, on gun-sale background checks and on development. Full agenda here; The Hall is at 9131 California SW.
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