West Seattle Wednesday: From tides to tolls; plus, ways to give

Seawall, near Alki Point

(Photo by “old desolate” via the WSB Flickr group)
Highlights for today/tonight from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar and ongoing West Seattle Holiday Guide:

‘EARLY DAYS’ SUPPORT GROUP: Noon-2 pm, drop-in support group for new moms at Nurturing Expressions (WSB sponsor), 4746 44th SW.

‘KING TIDES’ WEEK: The tidal extremes continue – today, it’s 12.2 feet at 2:42 pm, and -3.4 feet tonight at 9:54 pm. (Here’s the chart.) And remember that the state is interested in your photos from the high tides – add them to this Flickr group (and if they’re from West Seattle, we’d love to see them in the WSB Flickr group, too!).

TUNNEL TOLLING COMMITTEE: The advisory committee talking about tolling for the Highway 99 tunnel, and related traffic-management matters, meets at 3 pm today, Puget Sound Regional Council HQ, 1011 Western in Pioneer Square.

HANUKKAH: Tonight is the fifth of eight nights.

FINAL DAY FOR PIZZERIA 22 COAT DRIVE: The annual Pizza for Parkas coat drive with the Atlantic Street Center. Donate a children’s jacket, ages infant to adult, and Pizzeria 22 (in The Admiral District) will give away a coupon for a free Margherita pizza.

34TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS’ HOLIDAY PARTY/TOY DRIVE: 6 pm at The Hall at Fauntleroy, no business meeting – holiday potluck and toy drive – details here.

HOPE LUTHERAN CHRISTMAS CONCERT: 7 pm at Hope Lutheran School (42nd/Oregon), with the Bell Choir, Chapel Band, Glee Club, Vocal Choir and Seattle Lutheran High School Band.

‘WINTER WONDERETTES’: 7:30 pm at ArtsWest – this year’s holiday musical!

More for today/tonight on our regular (non-holiday) calendar! And ongoing holiday activities (such as Christmas tree lots) are in the Holiday Guide.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Wednesday: From tides to tolls; plus, ways to give"

  • wsea December 12, 2012 (10:29 am)

    Does anyone know of some good streets with christmas lights? I was thinking of taking the kids for a drive around west seattle tonight. Beach drive is a given.

    • WSB December 12, 2012 (10:43 am)

      Wsea – we are launching our Christmas light coverage tonight and have finally gotten some tips besides the ones we’ve seen.
      For starters – go to the neighborhoods closest to West Seattle Lights – off Charlestown, east of California – it’s a Candy Cane Lane.
      Second – the stub of Fauntleroy alongside the West Seattle Bridge’s Fauntleroy end – reach it with a turn eastward off 35th north of Fauntleroy – several bright homes there.
      And Rhonda from Beach Drive Blog is tracking homes on Beach Drive (Menashes – 5600 block of Beach Drive – included, of course) – I’ve seen at least two posts at BDB: http://beachdriveblog.com

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