West Seattle Thursday: 2 development meetings; Shop Late tonight…

December 5, 2013 at 9:23 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 4 Comments

That’s the crane at 5020 California SW, where The Blake is under construction; so far, it’s the only one of West Seattle’s three current construction cranes bearing Christmas lights. Speaking of development, it’s the subject of two meetings that are among highlights for today/tonight from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar and Holiday Guide:

PRESCHOOL STORY TIME: 11 am at Southwest Library. (35th/Henderson)

FREE ‘ON STAGE’ DISCUSSION @ ARTSWEST: As “Little Women: The Musical” continues at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor), tonight it’s preceded by a “Stories of the Civil War” discussion event you can attend for free, 6-6:45 pm, even if you’re not staying for the 7:30 pm performance. Details here. (4711 California SW)

SHOP LATE THURSDAY – WEST SEATTLE CYCLERY SALE: Every Thursday until Christmas, many of The Junction’s independent local businesses are staying open until 9 pm for your gift-shopping convenience. Among them: West Seattle Cyclery (WSB sponsor), which has a one-day sale – good all day/night, 10 am-9 pm – for the occasion, 20 percent off all kids’ bicycles and accessories. (4508 California SW)

SHOP LATE THURSDAY – HOBO HANDBAGS AT CLICK! Also during Shop Late Thursday, Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) will host a rep from Hobo Handbags and Wallets; details here. (4540 California SW)

SHOP LATE THURSDAY – FLEURT OPEN HOUSE: While you’re in The Junction, stop by Fleurt (WSB sponsor) for the flower and gift shop’s Holiday Open House, featuring snacks and giveaways, 6-8 pm. (4536 California SW)

DESIGN REVIEW DOUBLEHEADER: Tonight’s meeting of the Southwest Design Review Board includes two Junction-area projects – 4535 44th SW (38 units, no parking spaces; see the packet here) at 6:30 pm, 4745 40th SW (150 units, 1,000 SF of commercial space, 116 parking spaces; see the packet here) at 8 pm, upstairs hall at the Senior Center of West Seattle. (California/Oregon)

FREE MOVIE TO HELP FREE ‘LOLITA’: At the Admiral Theater tonight, it’s the awareness-raising free movie mentioned here last month – local students have rented an auditorium to show “Lolita, Slave to Entertainment” as part of the campaign to free “Lolita,” originally known as Tokitae, the last surviving orca captured in Puget Sound, still captive at a Florida amusement park. Doors open 6:30 pm, movie at 7. (2343 California SW)

COMMUNITY MEETING ABOUT MORGAN JUNCTION DEVELOPMENT: 7 pm at The Kenney (WSB sponsor), community members including Morgan Community Association leaders have organized an unofficial meeting to talk about the 6917 California SW development (30 apartments, no parking spaces) and the development process in general, with city Department of Planning and Development managers on hand. All welcome. (7125 Fauntleroy Way SW)

4 Comments

  1. According to their Facebook page, Howard Garrett and Susan Berta, co-directors of Orca Network, will be attending tonight’s screening of “Lolita: Slave to Entertainment,” and will participate in the Q&A after. Great opportunity to talk with the leaders of the effort to free Tokitae!

    Comment by seaogal — 10:49 am December 5, 2013 #

  2. We will be at the Admiral for Tokitae (Lolita) too. Dress code should be, “wear something black & white!”

    Comment by BlairJ — 11:47 am December 5, 2013 #

  3. Just saw the construction crew on the ground stringing a christmas light tree at the site of the former “Hole” by Trader Joes. I presume this will top their crane. Happy Holidays everyone!

    Comment by dancing kat — 12:08 pm December 5, 2013 #

  4. Thanks, Dancing Kat – will take a look as night falls :)

    Comment by WSB — 12:54 pm December 5, 2013 #

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