West Seattle Thursday, preview #1: Meet the developer, and more

December 12, 2013 10:39 am
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(Today’s sunrise, shared by Karen via the WSB Facebook page)
We’re working on a separate preview of this BIG night for holiday shopping – a special expanded confluence of Shop Late Thursday in The Junction and West Seattle Art Walk peninsula-wide. But first, four other events of note, from our regular calendar:

FLORAGRAPH FOR JOSHUA: As previewed here on Wednesday, a gathering at Forest Lawn (WSB sponsor) 5-7 pm will honor the memory of Joshua Waleryszak, with his mother finishing the floragraph that will be part of a tribute on a Rose Parade float New Year’s Day, celebrating and encouraging organ donation. Community members are invited to come hear his story and support his mom. (30th/Sylvan)

OPENING NIGHT FOR THE BRIDGE: After previews and sneak peeks, the new, extensively renovated Morgan Junction location of The Bridge is officially open to the public at 5 tonight. (6301 California SW)

COMMUNITY MEETING WITH ’30 UNITS, NO PARKING’ DEVELOPER: Last Thursday night, Concerned Morgan Junction Neighbors and the Morgan Community Association presented a meeting with lots of background info about area development and how we got to this point where it’s happening “very fast” (as one city official put it) – see our coverage, with video, here. Tonight, the two groups invite you to meet with the developer of the project that sparked a new height of interest and concern, the “30 units, no parking” apartment building planned for 6917 California SW. The meeting is at 6:30 pm at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center. (6400 Sylvan Way)

‘LITTLE WOMEN: THE MUSICAL’: Next performance at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor) in The Junction at 7:30 tonight. Buy tickets online here. (4711 California SW)

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