West Seattle Friday — from Alki anniversary to Chief Sealth play

A few highlights before we get to the West Seattle Weekend Lineup, all from the WSB West Seattle Events calendar: This morning on Alki, you’re likely to see a bigger Stroller Strides exercise group than usual, as they’re celebrating a combination anniversary/season opening with a free class (here’s the post in the WSB Forums’ Freebies/Deals/Sales/etc. section) … Also this morning, Nature Consortium has a midday work party at College Place Ravine in honor of “King County Executive Dow Constantine‘s half-birthday,” 10 am-1 pm, volunteers welcome, here’s a map … As noted here yesterday, the lowest daytime tides of the year so far are happening through Sunday – today’s low tide is -2.1 just before noon … Tonight (and tomorrow night) at 7, $5 gets you into “You Can’t Take It With You,” presented by the Chief Sealth International High School Drama Departmenthere’s the poster … Other entertainment tonight includes Bells of the Sound with “A Night at the Movies” and Rainbow Bingo at the Senior Center of West Seattle … More on the calendar!

2 Replies to "West Seattle Friday -- from Alki anniversary to Chief Sealth play"

  • Ekent May 14, 2010 (11:36 am)

    The stroller strides class was awesome!!! It was so nice to workout with other local mom’s. Athena the owner and instrutor today had great energy and killer exercises.

    • WSB May 14, 2010 (12:07 pm)

      Glad to hear it. I couldn’t get there for a photo because I had to go to a 10 am media tour of part of the road project that’s going to change so many commutes starting Monday … story on that coming up … Tracy

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