West Seattle Wednesday: From fish, to golf, to a groundbreaking…

(Big tugboat spotted in Elliott Bay yesterday, post-fog, by David Hutchinson)
From the WSB West Seattle Events calendar: The 75th anniversary celebration at Spud Fish and Chips on Alki, previewed here yesterday, starts with a ceremony at 10:15 am (remember to bring donations for the West Seattle Food Bank to get the $2.75 today-only special for $1.75) … Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association is one of the partners in the new Strength of Place Village in White Center, breaking ground this morning at 11 am … At 5:30, it’s one of the final meetings of the Citizens Advisory Group for the Murray Basin Combined Sewer Overflow Project (time, location, schedule here) … Also tonight, it’s the 2nd design meeting for the future West Seattle Golf Course driving range, as previewed here yesterday, 7 pm @ the golf course clubhouse … The Delridge Neighborhoods District Council also meets at 7, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center … And West Seattleites are invited to the big presentation tonight at Benaroya Hall, starting at 7 pm, about Reshaping Seattle’s Central Waterfront – contenders for “the role of lead designer” on the waterfront, post-Viaduct, will make their case for getting the job, and the city is hoping for bigtime public involvement (they’ve even been advertising the event on neighborhood-news sites like ours). … More on the calendar!

3 Replies to "West Seattle Wednesday: From fish, to golf, to a groundbreaking..."

  • sam September 15, 2010 (9:09 am)

    I am planning on attending the central waterfront design finalists’ presentation. (WS represent!)
    but, believe the time is 7- 10pm, based on the latest emails and their website:


  • Diane September 15, 2010 (10:56 am)

    I also received an email last week that the time for waterfront presentation was changed to 7pm

    • WSB September 15, 2010 (11:02 am)

      OK, well, 6 was the original announcement and that’s what’s been in our calendar, changing.

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