2nd report: Sustainable West Seattle Festival begins

Those are Duwamish Tribe members singing a song of welcome to open the first-ever Sustainable West Seattle Festival, continuing till 3 pm in The Junction (Wells Fargo lot and surroundings, across from the Farmers’ Market). Other scenes from the first hour:


That’s the Polar Bear getting ready for its closeup. Next, the popular “Undriver Licensing” booth:


Next, evidence many festivalgoers already were “undriving”:


Here’s an overview of the area north of Wells Fargo. There are also booths in and around the south and east sides, including the drive-thru (our table is next to the main stage just outside the north end of the drive-thru).


Something for gardeners too:


If you haven’t been yet, drop by the WSB table, say hi, and pick up a West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day (next Saturday — call it P2P recycling!) reminder. And remember the transportation/transit discussions happening inside ArtsWest, too.

1 Reply to "2nd report: Sustainable West Seattle Festival begins"

  • Irukandji May 4, 2008 (12:00 pm)

    I missed the WSB table, but was VERY impressed by the quality of the vendors represented. Beautiful bikes, solar panels, healthy gardens and healthy kids. And dogs allowed!

    Thank you!

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