(Pacific Starflower at Lincoln Park, by Dennis Cheasebro, shared via the WSB Flickr group)
From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar and previously published previews/announcements, five events of note for today/tonight:
GREENING YOUR AUTO-REPAIR BUSINESS: Last-minute registration is open until 10 am for the 11 am-1:30 pm workshop to help auto-repair shops get greener. Workshop at Our Lady of Guadalupe, including lunch and a tour of Swedish Automotive (WSB sponsor). Go here for details, including the signup link. (35th/Myrtle)
TOTEM-POLE TALK AT CHAMBER LUNCH: Featured speaker at today’s monthly West Seattle Chamber of Commerce meeting is Clay Eals, executive director of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society/Log House Museum, talking about the historic Belvedere totem pole that is about to go up at its new home on the museum’s east side. If you don’t already have lunch reservations, call the Chamber to see if there’s any last-minute room. The Kenney (WSB sponsor), lower-level meeting room. (7125 Fauntleroy Way SW)
WEST SEATTLE ART WALK: Dozens of venues welcome your visit 6-9 pm to see their newest art displays, most of which will have the artist on hand to meet you, and often free refreshments too. Here’s the map/venue list for this quarter:
Browse the official website at wsartwalk.com for artist/exhibit info.
COMMUNITY MEETING FOR 40-APARTMENT JUNCTION PROJECT: If you’re interested in local development, particularly in The Junction area, you’re urged to attend tonight’s community-petitioned comment meeting for the 40-apartment, 5-parking-space project at 4439 41st SW, whose neighbors – including several local churches – say it’s too big for its block. Here’s our preview; the meeting’s at 7 pm, upstairs at the Senior Center of West Seattle. (California/Oregon)
MORE FOR TODAY/TONIGHT … can be found on the calendar’s home page, here.