West Seattle Thursday: Design Review; Duwamish in 3-D; more

(Mark Wangerin photographed the violet-green swallow “in the rain along Longfellow Creek”)
Heading for a 4-day holiday weekend? Many are this year, particularly since school is out Friday through Monday for Seattle Public Schools and others that follow its calendar. Meantime, another busy news day is under way but we’re taking a moment to mention four things from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

COMMUNITY ORCHARD OF WEST SEATTLE: Every Thursday, 3-5 pm, you are invited to come join in work parties at the orchard, north end of South Seattle Community College (WSB sponsor) campus – details here. (6000 16th SW)

ARBOR HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY DESIGN TEAM: The group that’s been meeting to shape the new Arbor Heights Elementary before construction begins is scheduled to meet at the school again today, 4 pm. (3704 SW 102nd)

DUWAMISH RIVER IN 3-D: Another unique event that’s part of the final weeks of your chance to have a say in the future of Seattle’s only river – 6 pm tonight at Sandbox Sports, 5955 Airport Way S. in Georgetown – details here.

DESIGN REVIEW BOARD: As previewed here last night, the board reviews the 150-or-so-apartment project 4745 40th SW for the first time, 6:30 pm, Senior Center of West Seattle; see the meeting “packet” (renderings, info) by going here. (California/Oregon)

NIGHTLIFE: Multiple listings for live music, karaoke, and more tonight – see them in today’s section of our calendar.

3 Replies to "West Seattle Thursday: Design Review; Duwamish in 3-D; more"

  • Trileigh May 23, 2013 (12:44 pm)

    What a gorgeous V-G Swallow photo! I’ve been expecting to see them soon but haven’t yet in Lincoln Park. Hoping they’ll show up one of these days (or maybe I should just go out in the rain more…).

  • photon May 23, 2013 (12:52 pm)

    I’ve been greatly enjoying the swallow show outside my window. They’re amazingly fast and agile. And beautiful! Thanks for the photo, Mark.

  • anti-obstruction May 23, 2013 (1:21 pm)

    I’ve never seen this bird before–how beautiful, and how wonderful to know they’re right here in our own backyard.
    Thanks for the photo! :)

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