West Seattle Monday: Arbor Heights school update; afternoon ukulele concert;

(Black-headed grosbeak, photographed by Mark Wangerin)
A few highlights for the hours ahead, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

HIGHLAND PARK SPRAYPARK: One more reminder, since we were asked about this over the weekend, with the sunny, warm weather continuing – yes, Highland Park Spraypark, the only spraypark in West Seattle, is open for the season, 11 am-8 pm daily, though the wading pools don’t open for a few more weeks. (1100 SW Cloverdale)

UKULELE CONCERT: 2:30 pm in Hatten Hall at the Senior Center of West Seattle, renowned ukulele player Clarence Kiyoshi Hirakawa performs, $5 suggested donation. (California/Oregon)

HOMEWORK HELP: Last full week of school for most local students – need last-minute homework help? It starts at 3 pm at the High Point Branch Library, 4 pm at Delridge Branch Library. Full details and links on the Seattle Public Library Calendar of Events.

GET THE LATEST ON THE NEW ARBOR HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY: As previewed here, tonight’s the night for a community-info meeting with the latest on the project, as construction gets closer – the design, the timetable, more. Q/A, too. 6:30 pm at AHES. (3701 SW 104th)

MONDAY NIGHT KARAOKEat the Benbow Room in The Admiral District, 8 pm. (4210 SW Admiral Way)

MORE … on our calendar, for today/tonight and weeks into the future!

2 Replies to "West Seattle Monday: Arbor Heights school update; afternoon ukulele concert; "

  • anonyme June 2, 2014 (2:33 pm)

    Arbor Heights Elementary is on 104th, not 102nd.

    I’m confused about the purpose of this so-called “community meeting”. Neighbors expressed concern over several aspects of this project, and received a great big middle finger in response. It was my understanding that the debate was over.

    • WSB June 2, 2014 (2:36 pm)

      Thanks, fixing. The purpose is to provide information on the project – whether you’re for it or against it, a new school is being built, and the district says it wants to provide timeline information etc. Also, the district reiterates that the meeting IS at 6:30 – we got a call earlier saying it was at 6 pm, but 6:30 is what the district announced weeks ago and a spokesperson reiterated to us that they will keep that time (staff will be present in case anyone arrives early).

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