Today/tonight: School open houses, remembering Bear, and more

January 31, 2010 7:02 am
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THREE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSES: It’s Catholic Schools Week, and West Seattle’s two Catholic schools both have open houses today: Our Lady of Guadalupe, 9 am-1 pm, and Holy Rosary, 10 am-1 pm. Also having an open house today, West Seattle Christian Preschool, 1-3 pm.

HELP FOR HAITI: On the heels of the West Seattle Eagles‘ big fundraising concert last night (here’s our report), the White Center Eagles are donating all proceeds from Sunday breakfast, 9 am-noon (more info here)

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: 10 am-2 pm, 44th/Alaska. Here’s what’s new:

Wild Mushrooms – Yellow Foot Chanterelles, Hedgehog, Black Trumpet
Frozen Strawberries – Organic from Nash’s. 2 lb bag for $7.50
Organic Chicken Sausage – Sage & Garlic, Maple, Sweet and Hot Italian ground chicken
Rapini, Baby Arugula, Bok Choy, Mache -from Full Circle and Willie Green’s
Mixed Kale Braising Mix
Fresh Duck and Chicken – pasture raised, organically fed. Sea Breeze Farm and Stokesberry Sustainable Farm
First of Season Tulips – Deep Red, Pink, Dark Pink, Yellow, Ivory, Orange, Red with Yellow Tips, Peony Tipped (ruffled with fragrance)

CHILI TO FIGHT CANCER: 11 am today, you’re invited to the chili feed at Fauntleroy Church (9140 California SW) to raise money for Leukemia/Lymphoma Society (details here)

BEAR SILVERSTEIN MEMORIAL: 2 pm at St. John the Baptist Church (3150 California SW), family and friends will say goodbye to Bear Silverstein, the West Seattle Cellars co-owner who died two weeks ago.

CITIZENS’ BUDGET CONFERENCE: Join the mayor and neighbors/community leaders from all over the city, noon-5 pm at Center House @ Seattle Center, to pipe up about how you’d like to see city money spent – BEFORE a budget is drawn up – (full details here)

RAT CITY ROLLERGIRLS: West Seattleites on wheels are part of the team, and RCRG opens its 2010 season at 3:30 pm at KeyArena. Tickets here.

ALL-AGES MUSIC: Skylark Cafe and Club (WSB sponsor) not only is a Sunday brunch hotspot (9 am-3 pm) but on the other side of the clock (starting at 7), Sunday is the night all ages are welcome to enjoy free live music. Tonight’s slate includes Willow, Vanessa Small and Way South.

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