West Seattle weekend scene: Neighborly cider collaboration

(Photos by Holli Margell)
It’s a North Delridge fall tradition – cider-pressing! Blustery weather couldn’t stop this year’s edition, and so the West Seattle Tool Library-loaned cider press was set up under a canopy at the Delridge P-Patch, and friends and neighbors of all ages got busy collaborating, like Lily and Cooper above. Below, Harpo (with mom Amanda Leonard) will likely have to wait a year or two.

If you missed the cider event, another chance to meet North Delridge neighbors is coming up when the neighborhood council meets, 6:30 pm Monday, October 14th, at Delridge Library.

1 Reply to "West Seattle weekend scene: Neighborly cider collaboration"

  • Holli September 30, 2013 (4:41 pm)

    I think it gets better every year…A neighbor in the house by the P-Patch ran an extension cord and provided a warming electric kettle to warm cider on the spot AND brought mugs to share. And another brought their tent so we had 2 to provide more shelter from the rain!

    We’re so grateful for the Tool Library to provide tools like this that bring our neighbors together:)

    Thanks to everyone who came out,

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