5 options for your West Seattle Wednesday night

In case you missed the “sun pillar” at sunset last night – that photo is courtesy of JayDee, from Upper Alki. Along with a sunset walk, here are five options you might consider for tonight, via the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

ALMA Y AZUCAR: Performing live at Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor), 6:30-8:30 pm. (1936 Harbor SW)

34TH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS: They’re talking minimum wage (and other things) with City Councilmember Sally Clark, who chairs a new committee focused on that topic, and they’ll look at officially endorsing the transit/roads-money measure. 7 pm, The Hall at Fauntleroy. (9131 California SW)

BACKYARD COTTAGE CLASS/STAY-HOME STRATEGIES FOR SENIORS: Not in West Seattle, but WS-based Ncompass Cottage Company (WSB sponsor) is presenting this class tonight at the Phinney Ridge Neighborhood Center ($25 general public). 7 pm. (6532 Phinney Ave. N.)

TRIVIA: Might be West Seattle’s longest-running trivia night, 8:30 pm at Talarico’s in The Junction; details in our calendar listing. (4718 California SW)

OPEN MIKE: Skylark Café and Club, open microphone for performers 21+, details in the calendar listing. 9 pm. (3803 Delridge Way SW)

1 Reply to "5 options for your West Seattle Wednesday night"

  • Kelda Martensen March 13, 2014 (9:10 am)

    Don’t forget to stop by Twilight Gallery for the opening of In This Place, Stranger recommended!

    In This Place: A group show featuring works from five local, national, and international artists: Seattle’s Kelda Martensen and Glenn Tramantano, New Jersey’s Dahlia Elsayed, Maryland’s Lauren F. Adams, and Arshin Agashteh, from Iran.

    Thanks WSB!

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