West Seattle Saturday: Water blessing, Fire Muster, park meeting

(Photo courtesy Windermere West Seattle in The Junction)
From the West Seattle Weekend Lineup list for today, one-of-a-kind events: 9 am-4 pm at the Joint Training Facility on the southeastern edge of West Seattle (map), you’re invited to come watch the Fire Muster, with 200 Fire Cadets/Explorers, ages 14-21, competing – it’s explained here. 10 am at Lincoln Park‘s south beach, Restita DeJesus of the Seattle Wushu Center in West Seattle will lead a free observance of World Tai Chi/Qigong Day, no experience required … 11 am at Duwamish Waterway Park in South Park (map), a blessing will be offered for the Salish Sea – the Northwest’s waters – with local healers joining in; more hereAs previewed again last night, the West Seattle (Westcrest) Reservoir Park project’s third public meeting is at 10 am at Southwest Community Center (map), with the first look at the design direction that’s being taken following earlier meetings … Got something to shred? Do it at the free “Spring Clean” event offered this afternoon by Windermere-Fauntleroy (details here) … LOTS more, including the second/final day of donation dropoff before the first-ever Lafayette Sports Swap tomorrow – the full list is here. (ADDED 10:44 AM: Windermere in The Junction says they have the shredder truck right now – till noon – drop off in the parking lot behind their office – they shared a photo of the truck which we’re adding atop this story.)

3 Replies to "West Seattle Saturday: Water blessing, Fire Muster, park meeting"

  • GenHillOne April 24, 2010 (3:12 pm)

    Wow, big bummer I didn’t hear about the Windermere event/s until today…was looking up drop-off sites yesterday for two tvs. And I probably would have done some major file purging. :( Great idea though.

    • WSB April 24, 2010 (3:19 pm)

      GHO, CoolMom is taking donations for its yard sale in connection with WS Community Garage Sale Day two weeks from today … maybe the TVs could be used by them?

  • GenHillOne April 24, 2010 (3:55 pm)

    Broken ones? Maybe that wasn’t the intent of today’s event though either – I see now that it doesn’t specify working/non. I think I may have automatically equated recycling to non-operable.

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