West Seattle Sunday: 1 week to Super Bowl, 10+ ways to stay busy

(Image by Patrick McCaffrey)
One week until the Seahawks play in the Super Bowl! Photographer Patrick McCaffrey added the logo to his swooping-raptor photo from last November, to help keep fan spirits flying high. How to keep busy in the meantime? Today’s highlights list, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

OLG OPEN HOUSE AND SCIENCE FAIR: 9 am-1 pm, Our Lady of Guadalupe School welcomes visitors to its open house and middle-school science fair. Details here. (34th/Myrtle)

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: 10 am-2 pm, with fresh produce, cheese, cider, meat, fish, baked goods, and more. (44th/Alaska)

HOLY ROSARY SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE: The whole family’s welcome to visit Holy Rosary School (a new WSB sponsor) during today’s open house, 10:30 am-1 pm. (42nd/Genesee)

WEST SEATTLE ULTIMATE FAMILY FRISBEE: Game’s on! 11 am at Walt Hundley Playfield in High Point. Find out more about WSUFF by checking out its Facebook page. (31st/Myrtle)

HULA HOOP JAM: As previewed here earlier this month, hula-hoopers of all ages are invited to join the Spinjam at 2 pm today in the 8 Limbs studio in The Junction. (4546 California SW – entry directions on the Facebook event page)

PRESCHOOL OPEN HOUSE: 2-4 pm, you are welcome to stop by A Child Becomes, which describes itself as “a non-denominational pre-school in the Admiral area located in the basement of the Admiral Congregational Church serving students ages 2 1/2 – 5.” (4320 SW Hill)

WEST SEATTLE GREEN SPACE COALITION: 3 pm at Admiral (West Seattle) Branch Library, the WSGSC will discuss updates and next steps in its focus on the future of the former substations that Seattle City Light is working to dispose of. Details in our calendar listing. (2306 42nd SW)

MUSIC & COFFEE: Beth O’Connor and Anne Hindman perform live at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 3-5 pm. Musical insights in our calendar listing. (5612 California SW)

ARTSWEST MATINEE: First Sunday matinee for “The Little Dog Laughed,” current production at ArtsWest in The Junction, 3 pm. (4711 California SW)

WATCH THE GRAMMYS AT THE FEEDBACK: Only venue we’ve heard from that’s planning to have tonight’s Grammy Awards on the big screen, sound up – Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor). Will Macklemore & Ryan Lewis win? Watch with friends old and new, 5 pm. (6451 California SW)

Added 8:41 am – not in West Seattle but in case you’re going:

WEST SEATTLE COMPANIES @ PHINNEY HOME DESIGN/REMODEL FAIR: The famous annual event on Phinney Ridge includes at least three West Seattle participants. Ventana Construction (WSB sponsor) sends word they’ll be there, as will WEDesign (also a WSB sponsor) and West Seattle Windows and Doors. Lots of info here; full participant list here. 10 am-4 pm at Phinney Neighborhood Center. (6532 Phinney Avenue N.)

8 Replies to "West Seattle Sunday: 1 week to Super Bowl, 10+ ways to stay busy"

  • Silly Goose January 26, 2014 (7:12 am)

    PERFECT photo, love it GO HAWKS!!!!

  • Michelle January 26, 2014 (1:02 pm)

    I’m wondering if there are any events next weekend for people who don’t want to watch the Super Bowl…?

    • WSB January 26, 2014 (2:35 pm)

      I haven’t heard of anything SPECIFICALLY geared as game alternatives – anything we hear of that’s scheduled is on our calendar – http://westseattleblog.com/events – Sundays are usually pretty quiet this time of year! You’ve probably heard that on a larger scale, some local events even have been canceled for fear of zero turnout (the boat show is apparently shutting down a day early, etc.) … If we find anything, we’ll add it to the calendar. – Tracy

  • Jtm January 26, 2014 (1:17 pm)

    Why does there need to be a special event? Just, um, don’t watch it? Or do one of the million other things that occur each Sunday and, again, don’t watch it.

  • HelperMonkey January 26, 2014 (2:36 pm)

    might be the perfect day to take care of that trip to Costco if you’re not a football fan. I would imagine most of Seattle will be glued to a teevee. Costco might be a ghost town! ;)

  • Mookie January 26, 2014 (3:37 pm)

    I will be watching the Puppy Bowl.

  • Alphonse January 26, 2014 (7:01 pm)

    @Michelle – there was an article in the Seattle Times about people who don’t like football and they listed a few things going on next Sunday.


    My ex-BF hated American football and he’d usually take the opportunity to pick up things at Home Depot, and as previously mentioned, Costco, i.e. any place that is usually overrun with people on Sunday afternoon.

    Enjoy the silence, and for the rest of us, GO HAWKS!

  • Wendell January 27, 2014 (10:09 am)

    You could always do laundry and clean the toilet.

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