Four calendar notes for your West Seattle Monday

(Robin, photographed by Trileigh Tucker)
Early-bird busy day, with three breaking-news incidents (fire coverage here, crash updates here) before 8 am. Now, highlights from the SCHEDULED events for the rest of the day:

COUNCIL CONSIDERS MINIMUM-WAGE PROPOSAL: 2:30 pm today at City Hall, the City Council Minimum Wage and Income Inequality Committee takes its first official look at the minimum-wage-increase proposal announced last week by Mayor Murray. Agenda’s here; you’ll be able to watch live via Seattle Channel, online or cable. (4th/5th/Cherry)

CYCLE U 10TH ANNIVERSARY RIDE/PARTY: Meet at Cycle U at 5 pm for a bike ride commemorating 10 years in business, followed by a 7 pm party. (3418 Harbor SW)

FAMILY STORY TIME: Tonight’s story time for families is at High Point Library, 6:30 pm. (35th/Raymond)

HI-YU MEETING AND CANDIDATES’ ESSAY READING: West Seattle Hi-Yu‘s monthly meeting is tonight at 7 in the hall at St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church – interested community members welcome! – and it will include another judged event for the three Senior Court candidates, reading essays aloud. (California/Hanford)

LOOK AHEAD … to tomorrow, next week, next month, on our main calendar page.

4 Replies to "Four calendar notes for your West Seattle Monday"

  • sc May 5, 2014 (12:07 pm)

    To The First Robin

    WELCOME, welcome, little stranger,
    Fear no harm, and fear no danger;
    We are glad to see you here,
    For you sing “Sweet Spring is near.”

    Now the white snow melts away;
    Now the flowers blossom gay:
    Come dear bird and build your nest,
    For we love our robin best.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • WSB May 5, 2014 (12:08 pm)


  • Trileigh May 5, 2014 (8:44 pm)

    Sweet poem, thank you!

  • pupsarebest May 5, 2014 (11:03 pm)

    Thank you, sc, for sharing this lovely little poem, which I’d never known before.
    Robins are my favorite songbird, I love them so much. :)

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