As the wheels of routine start to creak back to life … here are highlights of what’s coming up today/tonight, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar and our archives:
TRASH/RECYCLING REMINDER: Seattle Public Utilities solid-waste customers all have their pickup days sliding one day again this week – so you’re getting pickup today if you’re usually a Monday customer, tomorrow for Tuesday customers, etc. Then next week it’s back to normal. (P.S. Post-holiday recycling info, including Christmas trees, is in our Holiday Guide.)
SHERIFF’S OATH OF OFFICE: As previewed here last week, West Seattleite Mitzi Johanknecht becomes King County Sheriff at 11 am today by taking the oath of office at the King County Courthouse downtown, room E-942, and the public is welcome. (516 3rd Ave.)
RESOLVED TO WORK ON YOUR SPEAKING SKILLS? West Seattle 832 Toastmasters‘ first meeting of the year is 6:30 pm at Brookdale West Seattle – details in our calendar listing. (4611 35th SW)
MEDITATION: West Seattle Shambhala Meditation invites you to their 7 pm gathering at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center. Open to all. (4408 Delridge Way SW)
FAMILY STORY TIME: 7 pm at Delridge Library. (5423 Delridge Way SW)
LAST NIGHT FOR MENASHE FAMILY LIGHTS: If you want one last look at West Seattle’s brightest Christmas lights, tonight’s the night, we’re told. (5605 Beach Drive SW)
Something for the WSB calendar in 2018, so we can let all your West Seattle neighbors know? Please e-mail the info as soon as you have it – it’s never TOO early! Plain text in the body of your e-mail – email@example.com – thank you!