West Seattle Monday: Passover begins; Andrew on Letterman; more

(Monday morning submarine sighting with the Olympic Mountains as a backdrop, by Don Brubeck)
Relatively quiet day on the calendar. A few notes:

PASSOVER BEGINS: Tonight is the first night of the Jewish festival of freedom, Passover, which concludes April 2nd.

LEARN/PRACTICE SPANISH: Drop-in conversation class at the Senior Center of West Seattle (California/Oregon), 1 pm. Details here.

FAMILY STORY TIME: 7 pm at High Point Library (35th/Raymond). (Watch our calendar for other library story times around West Seattle throughout the week.)

TRIVIA/QUIZ: Three West Seattle venues offer it tonight – all listed on the calendar (mouse over and click the “plus” sign on the right side of any calendar line to see more information and the link to the full listing).

‘BANKERS CARE’ FOOD DRIVE: Through April 5th, drop off nonperishable food donations at Washington Federal, Dakota/California north of The Junction or California/Fauntleroy in Morgan Junction, which is part of the Bankers Care food drive for Northwest Harvest, which supplies local food banks.

ADDED: ANDREW’S LETTERMAN SPOTLIGHT *TONIGHT*: Update from the Metropolitan Market (WSB sponsor) PR team – CBS made a mistake when they announced over the weekend that national bagging champ Andrew Borracchini‘s appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman had been moved, so it’s now back to TONIGHT (Monday).

2 Replies to "West Seattle Monday: Passover begins; Andrew on Letterman; more"

  • Betty at Alki March 26, 2013 (12:39 am)

    Stayed up to watch Andrew on Letterman tonight. He did great, and I think Mr. Letterman enjoyed himself, too. He got a lot of TV time, so that’s a compliment. Way to go, Andrew!

  • miws March 26, 2013 (7:19 am)

    I just can’t stay up that late, and don’t have a DVR, so missed it.


    However, I did see a blurb, showing Andrew, earlier in the evening on Channel 7.


    Will have to look up the vid online.



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