5 highlights for your West Seattle Monday afternoon/evening

December 30, 2013 at 8:59 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 1 Comment

(Thanks to Vanessa for the photo from Sunday sunset at Lincoln Park!)
Looking for something to do in West Seattle on this quiet between-holidays Monday?

ORIGAMI FOR TEENS: At Delridge Branch Library, 2-3:30 pm, Teen Space presents a chance for 12-18-year-olds to make origami masterpieces; more info here. (5423 Delridge Way SW)

EXTRA SWIM SESSIONS AT SOUTHWEST POOL: With school still out and many others on holiday vacation, Southwest Pool has two bonus swim sessions again today – lap swim from 3-4 pm, public swim 4-5:30 pm. (2801 SW Thistle)

SEAHAWKS STAR HOSTS BOWLING BENEFIT: At West Seattle Bowl, tonight’s the night for the United Way benefit first mentioned here last month – hosted by Cliff Avril of the Seahawks. Some of his teammates are expected to be part of it. Looks like the bowling lanes are sold out for the two sessions, 5-7:30 pm and 8-10 pm, but spectator tickets are still available. (39th/Oregon)

FAMILY STORY TIME: High Point Branch Library hosts it tonight – bring the kids, all ages, free! 7:30 pm. (35th/Raymond)

LOW-LOW TIDE: -2.4 at 9:10 pm tonight, if you’re up for a late-night low-tide walk. (New Year’s Eve, it’ll be even lower!)

1 Comment

  1. Let’s not forget the power outage.

    Comment by Guy — 10:01 am December 30, 2013 #

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