Tonight: Homestead future; library lace; coffee cinema; TR dinner

ALKI HOMESTEAD’S FUTURE: The landmark’s owner, Tom Lin, is scheduled to be the guest at tonight’s Alki Community Council meeting, to discuss his plans for the historic building, heavily damaged by fire in January. 7 pm, Alki Community Center.

SOUTHWEST LIBRARY LACE: Before Seattle author Heather Barbieri reads from her novel, “The Lace Makers of Glenmara” at the Southwest Branch of the Seattle Public Library at 6:30 p.m., Julie Enevoldsen from Friends of Southwest Branch Library will be demonstrating bobbin lace, starting around 5 pm: She’s a member of Lacemakers of Puget Sound and invites you to stop by and see how lace is made by hand, as it is in the book. Also at the reading, Square One Books (WSB sponsor) will be selling books.

COFFEE CINEMA: The documentary “1000 Journals,” about people whose lives are touched by 1000 traveling journals, will be shown at Freshy’s Coffee tonight at 7.

TRANSITIONAL RESOURCES DINNER: An Evening of Inspiration,” benefiting West Seattle-based Transitional Resources, starts at 6 tonight with a silent auction/reception, The Hall at Fauntleroy, $25 for three-course meal, wine/cash bar available, silent auction, entertainment by Garfield Jazz Combo.

3 Replies to "Tonight: Homestead future; library lace; coffee cinema; TR dinner"

  • Leroniusmonkfish September 17, 2009 (4:41 pm)

    When I saw “TR Dinner” I thought that you were going to discuss what you were having… :)

  • WSB September 17, 2009 (4:44 pm)

    If this ever deteriorates to that point, just come over and take my computer away.

  • Leroniusmonkfish September 18, 2009 (5:16 am)

    I will…and hope you didn’t have chicken for dinner tonight.

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