(Friday afternoon rainbow, by Jason Grotelueschen)
From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
HI-YU COMMUNITY BREAKFAST: Until 11 am, you’re invited to enjoy breakfast at the Masonic Center with West Seattle Hi-Yu, including the three Senior Court candidates’ talent performances at 9:30 am (9:33 am update, we just stopped by and now it’s looking more like 10-ish). Details here. (40th/Edmunds)
FAIRMOUNT PARK PTA CHARTER MEETING: Community members as well as future families and staff of Fairmount Park Elementary, reopening this fall after seven years of closure, are invited to come be founders of its PTA, with a charter meeting just getting under way now (9 am, followed by 10 am social hour) at Alki Elementary, as previewed here last night. (3010 59th SW)
CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE #2: Also 9 am-3 pm, it’s the second of two days at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church‘s big sale. (3050 California SW)
‘JANE’S WALK’: As previewed here, meet at the Charlestown water tower for a Feet First-sponsored, neighborhood-walking-ambassador-led tour of West Seattle development, reminiscing about the past, looking toward the future. 10 am-noon. (39th/Charlestown)
PRE-CRYPTICON MAKEUP CONTEST: The PNTA store in North Delridge is hosting the early rounds of the horror-movie-makeup contest that will have its finals at Crypticon Seattle on Memorial Day weekend, as previewed here. Round 1 at 10:30 am, round 2 at 12:30 pm, public welcome. (2414 SW Andover)
WEST SEATTLE THRIFTWAY BARBECUE SEASON BEGINS: 11 am, the grill fires up outside West Seattle Thriftway (WSB sponsor) for another season of benefit barbecues. Go say hi to Michele and company! (California/Fauntleroy/Morgan)
GRAND OPENING PARTY AT MY THREE LITTLE BIRDS: The new kids-stuff shop in Morgan Junction celebrates its official grand opening today, 11 am-2 pm. (6959 California SW)
VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION AND APPRECIATION PARTY: 4-7 pm, Sustainable West Seattle is throwing you a party in The Admiral District – find out about its programs and people and how you can help. (4200 SW Admiral Way)
LAFAYETTE PLAY’S FINAL NIGHT “Aesop’s Fables” is Lafayette Elementary‘s annual production, with its third and final show at 7 pm at the Chief Sealth International High School auditorium. Doors open at 6:30; public welcome. No admission fee, but a donation box will be set up at the door to help with the costs of the production. (2600 SW Thistle)
‘INEQUALITY FOR ALL’: West Seattle Meaningful Movies presents “Robert Reich’s passionate argument on behalf of the middle class,” 7 pm at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center. Admission free, donations accepted. Details in our calendar listing. (6400 Sylvan Way)
THOSE GUYS: The “fourth annual farewell show” for Those Guys, also featuring Wrecking Yard, rocks the Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) starting at 9:30 tonight. (6451 California SW)
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