West Seattle Sunday: Pathfinder wreaths; pet adoption; live music

(Photo added Sunday evening – the Pathfinder K-8 wreath sales mentioned below)
In contrast to event-laden Saturday (scroll down the home page to see all the coverage!), today is relatively low-key around West Seattle – at least so far as our Events calendar goes. But there’s still plenty to do. Going to the West Seattle Farmers’ Market? The Pathfinder K-8 school community is scheduled to start selling its handmade wreaths today – raising money to help subsidize students’ outdoor education – more details here (scroll down). Also at the market, 10 am-2 pm as always at 44th/Alaska, here’s what the weekly Ripe ‘n’ Ready list says you’ll find. … Also in The Junction: Friends of the Animals Foundation will have adoptable pets at Next to Nature today (still checking on the times) … And in the “not just Small Business Saturday but Small Business Everyday” vein, three WSB sponsors are among the local businesses that can help you savor your Sunday: Skylark CafĂ© (3803 Delridge Way) serves brunch till 3 pm and then there’s all-ages, no-cover live music tonight, with Petros (from Foundry Fire) at 7 pm, The Frost Giants at 8:30 pm (full calendar here); at C & P Coffee (5612 California SW), your Sunday-afternoon relaxation will include live music 3-5 pm by Jacob McCaslin (full calendar here); and at Feedback Lounge (6451 California SW), Sunday ribs have returned, starting at 5 pm.

3 Replies to "West Seattle Sunday: Pathfinder wreaths; pet adoption; live music"

  • Kat in HighPoint November 28, 2010 (11:53 am)

    Love, love, LOVE the Pathfinder wreaths!! Much more interesting than store bought ones and for such a great cause.

  • add November 28, 2010 (6:39 pm)

    Thanks, Kat! I am definitely not a wreathmaker, but every year have been sooo impressed with the quality and artistry of the wreaths made by my fellow Pathfinder-ites! All of my friends/family who buy each year love them, too. It’s such a huge endeavor but so much pride and love goes into each and every wreath. :)

  • SpeakLoud November 28, 2010 (10:07 pm)

    These really are lovely wreaths-they wil be selling them for the next couple of weeks at the market-$20 to $40 each.
    Happy Holidays!

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