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 SCHEDULE – here (first band, Squirrel Butter at 2 pm)
SUMMER FEST VENDOR LIST – here
SUMMER FEST VENDOR MAP – here (by number, per the list)
SUMMER FEST GREENLIFE SCHEDULE – here
SUMMER FEST COMMUNITY TENT SCHEDULE – here (scroll down)
SUMMER FEST BUS REROUTES – here
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 SCHEDULE … Lincoln 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.
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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