West Seattle (foggy) Friday: Blood drive; politics; Shakespeare

Thanks to Oliver for sharing the foggy view from atop The Bridge this morning; once it’s time to drive back the other way, the forecast promises afternoon sunshine. Not too busy a day on the WSB West Seattle Events calendar; if you can donate blood, the Puget Sound Blood Center mobile unit would love to see you at West Side Presbyterian Church (3601 California SW), 1-6 pm; as noted in our election update on Thursday, candidates in both of our area’s big races – State House Position 2 and King County Council District 8 – will be at a forum at Courthouse Square on Vashon (a short ferry ride away but remember that Friday afternoon traffic is busy), 7-9 pm; two events in The Junction – Bin 41 (WSB sponsor) has a 5:30-7 pm wine tasting with Marie-Eve Gilla from Forgeron Cellars, and Easy Street Records has an in-store concert with LeRoy Bell, 7 pm; also at 7, a breast-cancer-fighting fundraiser – silent art auction – presented by Team Tracy at Kenyon Hall (35th/Kenyon); GreenStage presents more Shakespeare in the Park (Camp Long) with “As You Like It” (free/donation, 7 pm); at Alki Kayak Tours from 5-8 pm, there’s a big kayak demo-fleet sale co-presented by Mountain to Sound Outfitters (WSB sponsor).

2 Replies to "West Seattle (foggy) Friday: Blood drive; politics; Shakespeare"

  • Laura Sisson July 30, 2010 (9:47 am)

    Can you confirm the location of Shakespear in the Park? Your post says Lincoln Park, but their site says Camp Long. Thanks!

    • WSB July 30, 2010 (9:55 am)

      Sorry, I took the listings from the GreenStage website a few weeks ago but either it changed or we made a mistake on this listing line – their website says Camp Long this morning and the organization is always the ultimate source, so I’ve changed it (that’s why we include web links on the calendar, so that the original source can be referenced too) … thanks for the catch! – TR

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