West Seattle Monday: See what’s up for today/tonight

(Thanks to Hedi for the photo of Harbor Avenue’s Canada goose family out exploring)
Relatively quiet day/night, as we check highlights on the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

SEATTLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN ENROLLMENT, WEEK 2: The second and final week of the Seattle Public Schools open-enrollment period – for those who “want to request a different school or program assignment for the 2014-15 school year” or haven’t yet registered their incoming kindergartener or otherwise new student – ends at 4 pm Friday, March 7th. If your student(s) already are assigned for next year, you should have received a confirmation letter, and you do NOT need to take any action now. If you DO need to apply – all the info’s here.

TODDLER INDOOR GYM: New times for the indoor gyms at West Seattle community centers; 1 pm is the Monday start for drop-in Delridge Community Center sessions. (4501 Delridge Way SW)

LEARN OIL PAINTING: A new six-week series of classes starts tonight at Alki Bathhouse, 6 pm. (60th/Alki)

WEST SEATTLE HI-YU MEETING: Come help the volunteers working to make this year’s West Seattle Hi-Yu community events and parade float happen! 7 pm at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church. (California/Hanford)

TRIVIA/PUB QUIZ NIGHT: Three venues in our calendar with Monday night events – 7 pm at Christo’s on Alki, 7:30 at Outwest Bar, 8 pm at Shadowland.

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3 Replies to "West Seattle Monday: See what's up for today/tonight"

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    payrollgirl March 3, 2014 (1:00 pm)

    Those geese are just out for a leisurely stroll???

    You think it’s Mom, Dad, and older brother and sister or maybe Aunt and Uncle? :>)

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    biankat March 3, 2014 (2:14 pm)

    Geese! :)

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    David Hutchinson March 4, 2014 (12:17 am)

    It’s a combination of 2 families – 1 with 8 goslings and the other with 3. They tend to band together especially if they are frightened or moving from one location to another. The 4 adults are the mother & father of each family.
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    The parents are very protective of their goslings and will keep other adult geese at a distance. They are particularly afraid of dogs, even if on a leash.
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    This afternoon, when my wife and I checked, the 8 was down to 7.

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