West Seattle Tuesday: Greenway design; crime prevention; real-estate careers; aging forum; avalanche awareness; more

Thanks to Machel Spence for the photo from Lincoln Park! Here’s a look at what’s up for the rest of today/tonight

ROXHILL CASTLE HELP: As noted here on Monday, every day this week, the Roxhill Castle turret project – final part of the playground construction – can use help, 10 am-2 pm daily all week. Details here.

DISCOVERY SHOP: From the cancer-fighting nonprofit shop at 4535 California SW in The Junction:

Our popular Antiques, Vintage and Collectibles event starts today with many one of a kind items on display and available. The all volunteer run, non profit American Cancer Society shop is open Sundays 11 am to 3 pm and all other days 10 am to 4:30 pm.

WEST SEATTLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ANNUAL MEETING: Noon today at The Kenney (WSB sponsor), the Chamber’s annual lunch meeting has a big agenda including introducing the new Board of Directors, revisiting 2012 successes, and looking ahead to 2013. If you haven’t already made a reservation, call the office to see if there’s room.

TOUR K-5 STEM AT BOREN: Final scheduled tour for the new elementary at 5950 Delridge Way SW, 1 pm.

PRUDENTIAL REAL-ESTATE CAREER NIGHT: Wondering if real estate might be the right career for you? Prudential Northwest Realty (WSB sponsor) is presenting a “Career Night” event at 6 pm tonight at their offices in Jefferson Square, 4700 42nd SW, Suite 600. Details here.

OPEN FORUM ABOUT AGING & FAMILY DYNAMICS: Big topic for so many families, the change in dynamics as they care for aging family members. Come talk about it during an open forum, 6 pm at Merrill Gardens-Admiral Heights (WSB sponsor; 2326 California SW).

SAFETY IN THE SNOW: Avalanche awareness is the topic of a free event at Mountain to Sound Outfitters tonight in The Triangle, 6:30 pm, 3602 SW Alaska. Details – and signup link – in our Monday preview.

DELRIDGE GREENWAY DESIGN: 6:30 tonight at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, come to a city-led meeting to find out about the design for the Delridge Greenway, an off-arterial route that would be safer for walking and biking. Find project details here.

WEST SEATTLE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL: Tonight’s guest speakers will deal with park safety and victim assistance, as previewed here. 7 pm, Southwest Precinct (Delridge/Webster), all welcome.

(added) SUSTAINABLE WEST SEATTLE: The announcement for tonight’s 7 pm meeting:

Bring your Green Project Incubator grant ideas to tonight’s Sustainable West Seattle meeting at the Senior Center in Alaska Junction (4217 SW Oregon St. around the corner from California Ave. SW.

At our February Sustainable West Seattle meeting, groups or individuals with a proposal will be asked to present their idea and to interact with the audience describing their idea and the impact that project will have on the community. We will hand out comment cards to everyone for each project and as each presenter gives their idea, we will ask everyone to add a comment or suggestion to their card. At the end of all presentations we will ask the presenters to staff a table where they can further explain their project. The comment cards will be given to the presenters at their tables so that the reaction and additional suggestions can be integrated into their proposal.

We will also have a listing of all the proposals on a white board and will hand out stickers and request that everyone place stickers next to the various projects listed based on their priority. We will use a weighted system so everyone will get about 10 stickers and can distribute them as they wish, e.g. all 10 could be used to support a single project or the stickers could be distributed among several projects.

Nightlife and lots more on the calendar!

5 Replies to "West Seattle Tuesday: Greenway design; crime prevention; real-estate careers; aging forum; avalanche awareness; more"

  • ws_suzanne February 19, 2013 (11:27 am)

    What an exquisite photo. The light gives us a glimpse into a mysterious, magical world of these two snails. (mother and daughter snail? father and son??)

    What a great starting place for a children’s story.

  • annika February 19, 2013 (11:38 am)

    beautiful photo!

  • LatteRose February 19, 2013 (1:50 pm)

    What a wonderful photo! It doesn’t look real!

  • Marie M February 19, 2013 (4:04 pm)

    The photo looks like it could have been taken underwater. Stunning!

  • 35this35mph February 19, 2013 (8:57 pm)

    Amazing again!

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