West Seattle Wednesday: Camper Van Beethoven, live; Highland Park Action Committee, pre-summer; low tide; more!

May 28, 2014 at 9:40 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 1 Comment

(Tuesday night’s sunset, by Lynn Hall; did you see last night’s cloud formations?)
Six possibilities for the day/night ahead:

LOW TIDE, WITH BEACH NATURALISTS: Low tide is at 11:22 am today, this time down to -1.8, and you have another chance to explore with the advice of Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists. Look for them (there should be signs) south of Alki Point and on the beach at Lincoln Park near Colman Pool, now until 1 pm. (See our calendar listing for other upcoming dates – tomorrow’s low tide will be even further out.

WEST SEATTLE TIMEBANK: It’s your next chance to get involved with the West Seattle Timebank – 6:30 pm potluck, 7 pm orientation for new members (concurrent with a membership meeting), details in our calendar listing. At the Senior Center of West Seattle. (California/Oregon)

HIGHLAND PARK ACTION COMMITTEE’S LAST MEETING BEFORE FALL: After tonight, HPAC is on meeting hiatus until fall, so come to HPIC tonight to find out what’s happening in HP. As announced:

Our agenda includes representatives from King County’s Wastewater Treatment Division to update us on the potential *roadside rain garden project in Highland Park* that we talked about in the fall. They spent the winter doing geotechnical testing and want to let neighbors know what they found out, and implications for a potential project.We will also be hearing from a friend and neighbor involved in Highland Park Elementary’s PTA with an exciting collaboration opportunity.

Potluck at 6:30, meeting at 7. (12th/Holden)

POETRY AND STORYTELLING: Listen, participate, or do both at the monthly night for poems/stories/open mike at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 7 pm. (5612 California SW)

CAMPER VAN BEETHOVEN, LIVE: Easy Street Records will rock at 7:30 pm tonight with a live in-store by longtime faves Camper Van Beethoven, who will stick around for signing afterward. (California/Alaska)

‘LONG AS I CAN GROW IT …’ Seen the acclaimed production of “Hair” at ArtsWest (WSB sponsor) yet? Next immersion in the Summer of Love is at 7:30 pm; info here. (4711 California SW)

MORE … on our calendar!

1 Comment

  1. thanks, tracy! you scooped KEXP on that one.
    .
    CVB is always a great show.

    Comment by redblack — 4:59 pm May 28, 2014 #

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