Thanks to Matthew Olson for the photo of one of West Seattle’s wonderful waterfowl – a harlequin duck. Floating on into the calendar, we find:
TODDLER INDOOR GYM: If it’s rainy this morning/afternoon, this drop-in gym, 10 am-1 pm, might be a good alternative; at Hiawatha Community Center. (2700 California SW)
SPRING SALE STARTS AT WEST SEATTLE CYCLERY: Brad Loetel at West Seattle Cyclery (WSB sponsor) in The Junction says the shop’s spring sale starts today and continues for a week, with “great prices and discounts on everything in the store” (open today 10 am-7 pm):
50% OFF MSRP: 2013 Bikes, Sugoi Clothing and Closeout Accessories
20% OFF MSRP: All 2014 Bikes in Stock
20% OFF MSRP: All Clothing and Accessories in Stock
20% OFF All Tune Packages and Service Parts
20% OFF All Service Parts used for A La Carte Service
(4508 California SW)
HOMEWORK HELP AT LOCAL LIBRARIES: Three months left in the school year – if the student in your life needs some help, Seattle Public Library homework help might be in order. Today, it’s available at 3 pm at High Point Branch Library, 4 pm at Delridge Branch Library.
NORTH DELRIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL: 6:30 pm, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, the NDNC’s agenda includes Giulia Pasciuto, city researcher on the study featured here a week ago about women and food access in the Delridge area, plus Seattle Police Crime Prevention Coordinator Mark Solomon, focusing on Brandon safety issues. (4408 Delridge Way SW)
RELAY FOR LIFE TEAM CAPTAIN MEETING: 6:30 tonight, it’s the first team captains’ meeting for this year’s West Seattle Relay for Life, the all-night event that raises money to fight cancer. It’s happening in the science lab at Seattle Lutheran High School – just look for the signs. (41st/Genesee)
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