West Seattle Wednesday: Traffic alert; sleep; veggies; kayaking

August 17, 2011 9:47 am
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(Stand-up paddleboarders last night off Seacrest, ©2011 Eric Shalittubulocity.com)

From the WSB West Seattle Events calendar:

TRAFFIC ALERT: Tonight is the second of three nights with the Spokane Street Viaduct (West Seattle Bridge between I-5 and 99) scheduled to be closed WESTBOUND overnight. Full details here.

FOR TIRED PARENTS:: The author of “The Sleep Book for Tired Parents” will talk about ways to prevent sleep problems for babies, ways to approach sleep problems for toddlers, answer questions about your little one’s sleep. Offered by Parent-Infant/Movers Class through South Seattle Community College in West Seattle. Free; bring your little one, of course! Noon, SSCC Room RAH 201. Rsvp: behunt51@comcast.net

MUSIC AT THE LIBRARY: Family activity: High Point Library (3411 SW Raymond) presents The Brian Waite Band: The Land That Rock Forgot, 2 pm.

BUY IT WHERE IT’S GROWN: Weekly High Point Market Garden Farm Stand, open 4-7 pm, 32nd SW and SW Juneau, selling seasonal fresh organically grown produce right in the garden where the produce is grown.

SEE THE DUWAMISH: The 2011 Summer Community Kayak Tour series by Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition continues tonight, 5:30-8:30 pm: RSVP to Alki Kayak Tours (206) 953-0237. Full details here; tonight’s tour leaves from Duwamish Waterway Park (7900 10th Ave. S. in South Park).

HISTORY TOUR: Historian Peder Nelson, host of the “MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) Minute” series, will lead “The Life and Times of Frances Farmer,” a tour through West Seattle’s Admiral neighborhood, childhood home of the tragic star. 6 – 8 pm. Details on the MOHAI website.

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