What’s ahead for your West Seattle (and beyond) Monday

April 28, 2014 at 9:04 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | Comments Off

(Sunday’s subtle rainbow; photo by Don Brubeck)
Brand-new week, during which we’ll start a brand-new month. But not quite yet. Here are highlights for today/tonight, the third-to-last day of April, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

PARKS DISTRICT TO THE BALLOT? The proposal to raise extra money for Seattle Parks by forming a Park District will go to voters in August, if the City Council finalizes that plan at its 2 pm meeting today. Public comment will be at the start of the meeting, which you can watch live via Seattle Channel, online or cable. (City Hall)

OPERA PREVIEW: “Multimedia lecture” at West Seattle (Admiral) Branch Library, 6:30 pm, previewing Seattle Opera‘s upcoming production “The Tales of Hoffmann.” Free. (2326 42nd SW)

FAMILY STORY TIME: 6:30 pm at High Point Branch Library. Free. (35th/Raymond)

COCKTAIL CINEMA: Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) – which just celebrated its fifth anniversary! – pairs movies and cocktails, and tonight it’s “The Jerk” (Steve Martin) with a cocktail creation titled the Soda Jerk, 7:30 pm on the big screen. (6451 California SW)

NEW MOON: From the most-recent edition of “Skies Over West Seattle,” that’s what you’ll find (or not find!) in our skies tonight.

LOOK INTO THE FUTURE! … check out our calendar to see what’s happening in the days and weeks ahead.

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