As the big meltdown continues … here’s more of what’s happening later today (besides what’s already been mentioned in our morning post-snow coverage):
Those are some of the trees at the former Dakota Substation on Genesee Hill, decorated last weekend as a show of support for the West Seattle Green Space Coalition‘s campaign to get Seattle City Light to save the site greenery while figuring out the site’s future (along with eight other ex-substations, mostly in WS). The next WSGSC meeting is this afternoon, Mary Fleck reports:
Snow adorns ribbons on trees at the former substation at 50th & Dakota St. Neighbors put ribbons on the trees last weekend to save them from cutting by Seattle City Light. West Seattle Green Space Coalition is meeting today, Sun. Feb 9 at Delridge Library at 3:00. The public is invited to join in planning ways to find the best future uses for the old substations.
The library is at 5423 Delridge Way SW.
Also ahead today, with links to their listings in the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
*FREE CLASSICAL CONCERT with the Ladies’ Musical Club, 3 pm at West Seattle (Admiral) Library, 2306 42nd SW
*ROLLATHON FUNDRAISER for Arts Corps, 5 pm at Southgate Roller Rink on 17th just south of SW Roxbury
*BINGO BENEFIT for Free2Luv‘s anti-bullying efforts: Booze, Balls, & Bingo at 5:30 pm, Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor), 6451 California SW
*SUE QUIGLEY at Locol, no cover, 7-9 pm, 7902 35th SW
…and more on the calendar. Stay safe as the snow turns to slush!