West Seattle Friday: Summer Fest, low-low tide, wading pools, writers, Shakespeare in the park, more!

July 11, 2014 at 9:00 am | In West Seattle news | Comments Off

Top of today’s highlight list is our area’s biggest party of the year, which starts at 10 am – West Seattle Summer Fest in The Junction! We’re reporting live again this year from the midst of it all – the information booth at California/Alaska. Quick links first:

SUMMER FEST MUSIC SCHEDULEhere (first band, Squirrel Butter at 2 pm)
SUMMER FEST VENDOR LISThere
SUMMER FEST VENDOR MAPhere (by number, per the list)
SUMMER FEST GREENLIFE SCHEDULEhere
SUMMER FEST COMMUNITY TENT SCHEDULEhere (scroll down)
SUMMER FEST BUS REROUTEShere

Other highlights for the day/night:

COLMAN POOL CLOSED … but this time it’s scheduled; no public swimming events today and tomorrow because of a swim meet.

WADING POOLS/SPRAY PARK SCHEDULELincoln Park (11 am-8 pm), EC Hughes, Hiawatha wading pools are open today, along with Highland Park spraypark (11 am-8 pm). Addresses are here.

LOW-LOW TIDE: -2.8 at 10:35 am; volunteer beach naturalists are out at Lincoln and Constellation Parks, 9:30 am-1:30 pm.

WORDS, WRITERS, WEST SEATTLE: The author-appearance series presented by the Southwest Seattle Historical Society at Barnes and Noble/Westwood Village continues today with Harold Taw and Elizabeth Austen: – here’s their video invitation, produced by Mark Jaroslaw for SWSHS:

Full details on the SWSHS website. 5-7 pm. (2600 SW Barton)

SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK: Greenstage‘s Backyard Bard series presents “All’s Well That Ends Well” at High Point Commons Park, 7 pm. (Lanham/Morgan/Sylvan)

NIGHTLIFE: Summer Fest music rocks on into the night. But other areas of West Seattle have live music tonight too – see the listings on our calendar.

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