West Seattle Sunday: Easter 2014, and other highlights

Today is Easter Sunday, and the sixth day of Passover. And it’s the time of year when – as shown in Danny McMillin‘s photo – the geese known as brant are in our area fueling up for their northward migration. Enjoy watching them while they’re here. And enjoy your day, which includes these highlights:

EASTER SERVICES: West Seattle churches that sent requests to be listed for today are on this list (starting with the UCC churches’ combined sunrise service at Alki). Several also are featuring egg hunts after/between services.

SALVATION ARMY EGG HUNT: 9:45 am in the gym at their White Center/West Seattle facility. (9050 16th SW)

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: Yes, it’s on, 10 am-2 pm. Special extra today: Blue Geisha Tattoo will be back for a second Easter Sunday with free facepainting and temp tattoos for kids. (44th/Alaska)

WEST SEATTLE ULTIMATE FAMILY FRISBEE: Late start for Easter Sunday, noon, Walt Hundley Playfield @ High Point. (31st/Myrtle)

GARDENING PRESENTATION AT WEST SEATTLE BRANCH LIBRARY: Yes, Seattle Public Library branches ARE open today, and at the Admiral branch, you’ll find a special 2 pm presentation about cool-season gardening – details in our calendar listing. (2326 42nd SW)

ALL-AGES LIVE MUSIC: The Feelgood Band of the Year performs at Skylark Café and Club, 4 pm. (3803 Delridge Way SW)

SING FOR OSO: As previewed here earlier in the weekend, the Vietnamese Cultural Center in West Seattle is hosting a karaoke fundraiser for mudslide victims today, 3-7 pm, donations to the American Red Cross. (2234 SW Orchard)

1 Reply to "West Seattle Sunday: Easter 2014, and other highlights"

  • LyndaB April 20, 2014 (5:42 pm)

    One hour and a half left of our karaoke fundraiser at the VN Cultural Center. We’ve got egg rolls and spicy nuts! Donate what you can. American Red Cross representatives are on hand to take your donation. All are welcome. PLENTY OF PARKING!!!!

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