Thursday midday notes: More half-price trees; tonight’s highlights

December 15, 2011 12:45 pm
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MORE HALF-PRICE TREES: In addition to the Holy Rosary School lot (41st/Dakota), which cut tree prices in half starting yesterday (as reported here), the new Son-In-Law Tree Farm lot (California/Charlestown) has just halved its prices too, they called to say. (Our complete list of local Christmas tree sellers is on the WSB West Seattle Holidays page.)

TONIGHT’S HIGHLIGHTS: Busy morning, so we never got to publish our customary daily preview. Here are a few quick notes, though, for tonight: It’s the second-to-last Shop Late Thursday in The Junction before Christmas, with participating shops open till 9 pm … The first of several “Blue Christmas/Holidays”-type services in our area is 7 pm tonight at Westside Unitarian Universalist CongregationChief Sealth International High School and Denny International Middle School jazz bands are in concert, 7 pm, CSIHS auditorium … The Omilero fundraiser at OutWest Bar is tonight at 6 (as previewed here earlier this week) … Live music tonight at Avalon, with Pourquoi Pas, 6:30-9 pm (drink specials too).

TAKE A HIKE FRIDAY AFTERNOON! School’s out early, the forecast says it’ll be partly sunny … tomorrow might be a great day for a guided eco-hike with the Nature Consortium. 1 pm in the West Duwamish Greenbelt, meet at 14th/Holly. Free! RSVP to

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