West Seattle Monday: Summer swimming; Longfellow Creek walk…

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Thanks to Long Bach Nguyen for sharing that recent view looking toward the Olympic Mountains over northern West Seattle. On to three highlights for today/tonight:

SUMMERTIME SWIMMING: Two notes for our area’s city-run pools today: Colman Pool is now in 7-day-a-week operations on the shores of Lincoln Park (schedule here), and Southwest Pool has added daytime swims now that school is out (2801 SW Thistle; schedule here).

LONGFELLOW CREEK WALK: 6:30 pm, join Sustainable West Seattle on a hike through the Longfellow Creek Watershed. Details in our calendar listing. (Meet at 26th/Yancy)

WESTSIDE INTERFAITH NETWORK: This group of 20+ congregations works “to provide a ‘network’ of help and services for people in need throughout our community.” Tonight, it’s invited city officials to join in a meeting so the network can learn more about ways to help meet “the challenges (they) face in providing human services … the goals or plans (they) would like to implement … and the ways (WIN) can be a working part of any solutions.” The public’s welcome at the meeting, 6:30 pm, Our Lady of Guadalupe‘s Pastoral Life Center. (7000 35th SW)

2 Replies to "West Seattle Monday: Summer swimming; Longfellow Creek walk..."

  • Kate K June 17, 2013 (11:12 am)

    Should be a nice evening for the Watershed Walk along Longfellow Creek. Everyone is invited for this family friendly walk. Good doggies on leashes are welcome too :)

  • Genesee Hill June 17, 2013 (5:14 pm)

    Thank you, Long, for another great image showing the beauty of West Seattle.

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