LANDMARK HEARING FOR CHARLESTOWN COURT: As reported here two weeks ago, the Landmarks Preservation Board meeting at 3:30 pm today includes consideration of a landmark nomination for Charlestown Court, the West Seattle brick fourplex that was rejected for landmark status six years ago.
It was to be partly preserved in a development proposal that since stalled; now, it’s proposed for demolition, and this review is a precursor. Today’s meeting is on the 40th floor of the city Municipal Tower, open to all, including a public-comment period. (700 5th Avenue)
BENEFIT DINNER TO GO: 5-6 pm pickup tonight, dinner to go benefiting the Fauntleroy Children’s Center Relay for Life team, as noted here on Tuesday – e-mail (info in that link) ASAP to see if they still are accepting orders! (9131 California SW)
FAMILY FRIENDLY TENNIS: 6 pm tonight at the Solstice Park courts, it’s the first session of USTA Family Friendly Tennis (WSB sponsor), a new program offering families the chance to learn/practice/play together regardless of divergent skill levels – no minimum number of sessions required, check it out once or multiple times! – read about it here. (7400 Fauntleroy Way SW)
DELRIDGE NEIGHBORHOODS DISTRICT COUNCIL: 7 pm tonight at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, with Seattle Public Utilities projects at the heart of the agenda, including the Natural Drainage System raingardens plan for 17th SW, as reported here last week. All welcome. (4408 Delridge Way SW)
LOTS MORE … on our calendar!