West Seattle Friday: Water Taxi; ‘Sweet, Sweet Music’; bingo!

This morning’s featured photo is courtesy of Julie Clegg – she’s just put up a display of photos inside Mud Bay in the Admiral District, where you can see them today (and all month long). She’s at baileyandbanjo.com (or on Facebook here) and also has a new “dog lifestyle line” at lickslobberdrool.com with 10% of the proceeds going to fight canine cancer. Now, from the WSB West Seattle Events calendar:

WEST SEATTLE WATER TAXI SPRING/SUMMER SCHEDULE STARTS: It’s now running all day long (instead of just commute hours), plus Friday/Saturday nights, Mariners/Sounders game nights, and weekends. Here’s our preview from last night.

EL CHUPACABRA OPENS ON ALKI: The new bar/Mexican restaurant in the old Casa Feliz spot, which we first told you about back in January, opens today. (Here’s our update from earlier this week.)

2 PLACES TO ROLLER SKATE: Yes, it’s the second night for the Southgate Roller Rink (first-night coverage here), but the Friday Night Skate Program at Alki Community Center continues too! $3/person, bring your skates or borrow some, 6:45-8:45 pm every Friday night.

‘SWEET, SWEET MUSIC’: 7:30 tonight, Fauntleroy Church sanctuary, with the church’s chancel choir opening, the Chief Sealth International High School Honor Choir closing, and inbetween, clarinetist Emma Pierce will team with SSM organizer Bronwyn Edwards Cryer on the piano. $5 at the door ($15/family) includes dessert in the narthex after the performance. You’ll also have a chance to donate toward the honor choir’s upcoming trip to Carnegie Hall. Details at www.fauntleroyucc.org.

RAINBOW BINGO! “Putting on the Ritz” Rainbow Bingo at West Seattle Senior Center (4217 SW Oregon St), food and drinks at 6 pm, music and entertainment begins at 6:30. $15 prepaid donation to play, $20 at door ($10 prepaid for SCWS members, $15 at the door). Call 206.932.4044 ext. 4 for a reservation.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Friday: Water Taxi; 'Sweet, Sweet Music'; bingo!"

  • sarelly April 8, 2011 (9:02 am)

    Off-topic: Just saw a coyote at 35th & Willow. It ran from the west side of 35th to the east toward the High Point community center/school area. Poor creature was obviously very frightened, but what is it doing in an urban area?

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