West Seattle Thursday: School-open-house/tour season continues; Design Review for 4400 SW Alaska, 3210 California SW; more…

February 6, 2014 at 9:40 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 2 Comments

Thanks to James Bratsanos for the photo from Wednesday’s pink sunrise glow on the Olympic Mountains, which were beautiful again this morning. Forecasters now say it’s looking less likely we’ll see snow down here (but they’re still watching the approaching system, and we are too). Much happening today/tonight:

SANISLO TOUR: Sanislo Elementary invites “prospective families to visit our ‘great little school with big ideas’” today, 10-11 am. (1812 SW Myrtle)

WEST SEATTLE LIONS CLUB: Meets at noon Thursdays, Senior Center of West Seattle. (California/Oregon)

WEST SEATTLE STORY WEAVERS: Free workshop for writers, 5:45 pm at Southwest Branch Library – details in our calendar listing. (35th/Henderson)

CHIEF SEALTH OPEN HOUSE: Prospective students and families are invited to come see and find out about Chief Sealth International High School at tonight’s open house. Starts in the auditorium at 6 pm; information fair in the commons and school tours follow. (2600 SW Thistle)

REMINDER – FAIRMOUNT PARK ELEMENTARY INFO MEETING CANCELED: The meeting that WAS scheduled for tonight is off – if you missed it, here’s the cancellation announcement.

LOOKING AHEAD TO POST-HIGH-SCHOOL EDUCATION OPTIONS: West Seattle High School 10th/11th graders and families are invited to this event – it’s never too early to start thinking ahead! Details in our calendar listing; 6 pm. (3000 California SW)

MADISON MIDDLE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE: 6:30-8 pm, students and families welcome. (45th/Spokane)

DESIGN REVIEW X 2 – 4400 SW ALASKA, 3210 CALIFORNIA SW: The Southwest Design Review Board looks at two projects tonight, both with previous reviews – at 6:30 pm, the 5-story, 40-unit, 5-parking-space project proposed for 4400 SW Alaska (design packet here); at 8 pm, the fourth review for the 5-story, 149-unit, 168-parking space project proposed for 3210 California SW (design packet here). Both reviews include time for public comment, and both are upstairs at the Senior Center of West Seattle. (California/Oregon)

COMIC BOOK CLASS: First session tonight, 6:30 pm, for Delridge Community Center class on comic-book-making – details here.

HELP FIGHT CANCER! Be part of this year’s American Cancer Society-benefiting West Seattle Relay for Life. Kickoff event tonight, Pecado Bueno in The Junction, 7-8 pm. Details in our calendar listing. (4523 California SW)

SEE THE CALENDAR for even more of what’s up today, tonight, and beyond!

2 Comments

  1. Now there is a beautiful view from “West Seattle”

    Comment by NW — 11:06 am February 6, 2014 #

  2. I’d rather watch these Olympics any time!

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    During the Summer of 2012, I was still in Transitional Housing in Pioneer Square. The Community Room on my floor had west facing windows. We had a view of Elliott Bay, and beyond framed by the two levels of the Viaduct.

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    I believe it was during the opening ceremonies, for the 2012 Summer Olympics, that I was at the table, next to the window, with only one other Resident in the room, who was on the couch watching the ceremonies.

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    It was a nice clear day, and I momentarily moved my chair to face the window, and called out; “Hey, [His Name]! I’m watching the Olympics!”

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    Mike

    Comment by miws — 9:20 am February 7, 2014 #

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