West Seattle weekend scenes: Signs; scouts; potluck; pooch

SIGNS: SDOT crews have been back in West Seattle in recent days replacing more street signs – in a process that’s been under way for the past two years – and we noticed something interesting: Signs like this one, with an icon to signify “street” sections that are really stairways (this is on the east side of California at Hudson, just south of The Junction). By the way, the city is still selling the old street signs it’s taking down as the bigger, more reflective new ones go up: Inventory updates are posted periodically here (the one there now is dated January).

SCOUTS: Have no idea how often this happens, but we discovered belatedly that a slew of NFL scouts were at Southwest Athletic Complex in Westwood Saturday afternoon to watch Washington State receiver Brandon Gibson show his stuff in hopes of getting drafted. He played high-school football in Puyallup, which is why the Tacoma News-Tribune covered it (report with video here)

POTLUCK: Also from Saturday – Delridge Produce Cooperative organizer Galena White, speaking to attendees at the community potluck event at Youngstown Arts Center:

Next events (calendar here) in the ongoing process of trying to get the coop off the ground: A meeting Tuesday at Pearls on Delridge, and a table at the Gathering of Neighbors next Saturday, 11 am-3 pm at Chief Sealth‘s Boren campus – we’ve got a table there too (offering early discount registration for West Seattle Community Garage Sale Day!), so hope you’ll be there to find out more about 70-plus West Seattle organizations and businesses.

POOCH: As of today, you can get an online sneak peek at the City Dog Magazine cover featuring Sophia, the Italian greyhound who lives with High Point’s Wendy and Stephen Hughes-Jelen. (CDM is headquartered in West Seattle.)

4 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scenes: Signs; scouts; potluck; pooch"

  • JanS March 29, 2009 (6:18 pm)

    and the place to buy the old ones is just on the other side of the WS Bridage, south of Spokane St…I believe on 2nd Ave.?

  • nuni March 29, 2009 (7:42 pm)

    Yah! Go Rogers Rams! :)

  • Molly March 29, 2009 (7:58 pm)

    I noticed the new ones just this morning and am very impressed with them – much, much easier to read. I like how they are on both sides of California Avenue – should help motorists greatly. Good job, Seattle!

  • Jeremiah March 30, 2009 (10:44 am)

    The new street signs are blocking the visability of the walk/don’t walk sign westbound on Edmunds at California, in front of Ama Ama.

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