West Seattle Monday: Delridge Grocery; Real Change; more…

(A migratory black-throated gray warbler, photographed in Lincoln Park by Trileigh Tucker)
Three highlights for tonight, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

OVERFLOW OPTIONS: 4:30-6:30 pm at City Hall downtown, you’re invited to an open house with more information about the options Seattle Public Utilities is exploring for reducing pollution in local waterways from combined-sewer overflows. More details in our Sunday preview, including how to offer your opinion if you can’t make it to this event. (4th/5th/Cherry/James)

DELRIDGE GROCERY: “The store opening is now a year away and we need volunteer support more than ever!” says the team putting together a cooperative grocery store to open on Delridge next year. 6:30 pm tonight at Delridge Library, it’s your next chance to offer that support. From the meeting announcement:

On the agenda:
– Background/update on Delridge Grocery
– Website
– Potential community partnership/volunteer opportunities
– Accounting/finances
– Member/owner pledges
– T-shirts and buttons
– Intro to co-ops material
– Future tabling events

(5423 Delridge Way SW)

REAL CHANGE: 6:30 pm, you’re invited to the High Point Library to discuss the Real Change News vendor program with the people who run it. The preview we published here last week led to energetic discussion, and tonight’s the night you can hear from, and speak with, Real Change reps in person. (35th/Raymond)

P.S. You can find nightlife listings, and more, by going directly to the calendar.

2 Replies to "West Seattle Monday: Delridge Grocery; Real Change; more..."

  • AE June 3, 2013 (12:34 pm)

    Wow, what a shot of a quick-moving little bird! In heavy vegetation too, with nesting materials. I don’t know how you get these, Trileigh!

  • Eric June 3, 2013 (5:23 pm)

    Very nice image Trileigh!

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