West Seattle holidays: Seen/heard in The Junction

December 15, 2013 at 1:13 pm | In Holidays, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

The southwest corner of California/Alaska is the West Seattle Junction holiday epicenter today. As West Seattle Farmers’ Market shoppers bustle past, the carolers raising money for the West Seattle Food Bank are back (above), and it’s the first of two Sundays with Belgian Draft Mule-drawn carriage rides (as part of WS Junction’s Hometown Holidays) that start and end at the same corner.

All of the above is under way until 3 pm; the Farmers’ Market continues until 2 – and we were reminded while there, mark your calendar for next Sunday, when an extra-festive winter-solstice edition of the market is planned, including lights and decorations on vendors’ booths. P.S. Pathfinder K-8‘s wreath-selling fundraiser is happening now at the same corner.

2 Comments

  1. I LOVED being in the Junction today with my little boy. The horses, buskers, great beer and potato figures at the Market, and the carolers made for a totally lovely Sunday. Thanks to everyone who helps make our Junction feel so vibrant on a grey day!

    Comment by Lina Rose — 7:46 pm December 15, 2013 #

  2. hey Lina Rose, I agree! It was so festive out there today! And thanks for your positive comment, makes all the efforts worthwhile:-) Our West Seattle feels like hometown! The kids made it especially fun, so thanks to all those parents who brought their children – and thanks to the kiddos too:-)

    Comment by judydcash — 9:36 pm December 15, 2013 #

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