West Seattle Sunday: Adopt-a-thon/benefit; Farmers’ Market


Just a few notes from the WSB West Seattle Events calendar, as we settle into a day that seems destined to be punctuated by snow showers/flurries (morning coverage here):

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: Yes, market managers have confirmed they’re open. 10 am-2 pm at 44th/Alaska. The illness-delayed debut of Honest Biscuits is promised (see this tweet), too. (Added: West 5 is there selling soup – check the pic in this tweet!)

BENEFIT ADOPT-A-THON CONTINUES: At Kitty Harbor (3422 Harbor SW), it’s the second day of a special offseason cat adopt-a-thon – also a benefit for fire victim Teri Ensley and Furry Faces Foundation, noon-6 pm. “Moto,” above, is one of the two-dozen-plus cats who were still awaiting a home by late Saturday afternoon, after more than 30 others were adopted! Here’s our Saturday night story.

BOOK SIGNING: Metropolitan Market says LaDonna Rose Gundersen, who fishes in Alaska as well as writes, will be at the Admiral store today from 12-2 pm to sign her new cookbook “Salmon, Desserts, & Friends.”

2 Replies to "West Seattle Sunday: Adopt-a-thon/benefit; Farmers' Market"

  • furryfaces January 15, 2012 (3:01 pm)

    Twenty-five wonderful feline adults and teenagers are eagerly waiting for you today. If you can get out to see them and adopt a new furry friend, please do. These fluff balls want to love you!

  • miws January 15, 2012 (4:17 pm)

    A warm kitty, and nice cup of hot chocolate on a cold, snowy, evening…..



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