10+ ways to spend your West Seattle Saturday, morning to night

August 30, 2014 at 6:16 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 4 Comments

Summer’s last big weekend is here. So’s our list of highlights, mostly from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

(Photo courtesy Caylen Storm)
TAI CHI ON THE BEACH: Haven’t done it yet? 9 am, join Caylen Storm at Alki, as detailed in our calendar listing. Free. (West of Alki Bathhouse)

NEED YOUR CAR WASHED? 10 am-1 pm at West Seattle Autoworks (WSB sponsor), it’s a Hope Lutheran School fundraiser for next spring’s trip to Washington, D.C. – you donate, they wash! (35th/Webster)

ASTRONOMY STORYTIME: 11 am at Barnes & Noble/Westwood Village, join West Seattle’s own Solar System Ambassador (and WSB contributor, and more) Alice Enevoldsen, for Astronomy Storytime – geared toward toddlers, but kids of all ages are welcome. Free! (2600 SW Barton)

ADOPTION EVENTS: 11:30-3:30, Friends of the Animals Foundation at Next to Nature in The Junction; noon-5 pm at Kitty Harbor, with details in this WSB Forums post.

TOUR ALKI LIGHTHOUSE: Second-to-last day this season to take a free tour of historic Alki Point Lighthouse with US Coast Guard Auxiliary volunteers, 1-4 pm. (3201 Alki SW)

SALSA ON ALKI: 5:30 pm lesson, then music for dancing until 10; it’s all included in $10 cover. Details in our calendar listing. Alki Statue of Liberty Plaza. (61st/Alki)

RUNWAY SHOW!Urban Hollywood Meets Seattle,” 6-9 pm at West Seattle Christian Activity Center. Here’s our calendar listing. (4400 42nd SW)

THE POSIES AT EASY STREET: Live in-store at 6 pm at Easy Street Records in The Junction. (California/Alaska)

WATCH THE HUSKIES AT THE CASK: 7:30 pm is gametime vs. Hawaii; The Cask (WSB sponsor) invites you to watch the game there. (2350 California SW)

MORE WEST SEATTLE NIGHTLIFE: Live music, karaoke, more … see the listings by going to our calendar!

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  1. Oh bummer! I just caught this. I practice Qigong, but would have liked to have participated in the Tai Chi practice on the beach. Very cool to introduce people for free to this type of martial arts that can be very beneficial for the mind, body, and soul.

    Comment by Eric — 9:36 am August 30, 2014 #

  2. You have more chances! Every Saturday at 9 am in summer & fall – it’s a standing item on our calendar and I don’t usually call it out in the morning preview, but the instructor sent a photo recently and that seemed like an occasion to bring it back up in the main-page highlights again. – TR

    Comment by WSB — 10:35 am August 30, 2014 #

  3. @ Eric – Caylen’s class always meets @ the Statue of Liberty unless there’s an event going on there. In that case, just walk farther south along the beach and you’ll find it.

    Comment by m — 4:37 pm August 30, 2014 #

  4. That’s great to hear! Thank you WSB and m

    Comment by Eric — 4:22 am August 31, 2014 #

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