5 ways to spend your West Seattle (and vicinity) Thursday night

Thanks to James Bratsanos for that view of a state ferry (update: the new Tokitae, on sea trials!) in the mist off Blake Island this morning. Looking ahead to tonight – five options between 6 pm and 11 pm, from here to the other side of the Duwamish, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

SPRING FLING IN THE JUNCTION: 6-9:30 pm, special shopping event in The Junction, with six businesses participating, including longtime WSB sponsor Click! Design That Fits. Details in our preview from earlier this week.

SOUTH PARK BRIDGE: 6 pm at Napoli Pizzeria, come see and hear the latest on the new bridge, now projected to open this summer, including a photo slideshow. Details toward the bottom of the county’s latest construction update. (8600 14th Avenue S.)

WHALE TRAIL: Tonight – what you DON’T know about whales, including how they evolved, in the latest talk presented by The Whale Trail at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 7 pm. (5612 California SW)

DELRIDGE NIGHT OUT: 7-11 pm, music at Skylark Café and Club to benefit the Delridge Grocery Cooperative. Details here. (3803 Delridge Way SW)

DUWAMISH ROWING CLUB FUNDRAISER: Not happening IN West Seattle, but the rowing club serves West Seattle as well as South Park and Georgetown, and is inviting you to a movie-watching benefit tonight, 7 pm at Georgetown Stables – “Blondie Goes to College” – also food, beverages, a drawing, and more fun. Info in our calendar listing. (980 South Nebraska)

(Editor’s note – turns out this is FRIDAY night!) VAUDEVILLE! Sourdough Slim’s Wild & Woolly Vaudeville Show with Eric Simmons, 7:30 pm at Kenyon Hall. Details in our calendar preview. (7904 35th SW)

More on our calendar!

3 Replies to "5 ways to spend your West Seattle (and vicinity) Thursday night"

  • westseattledood March 27, 2014 (11:48 am)

    Supporting the Duwamish Rowing Club’s fundraiser tonight helps provide scholarships for kids’ programs.

    The Club is teaching kids’ life lessons in team work and athleticism, beyond the environmental lessons gathered from being out on the mighty Duwamish.

    I really admire the folks behind this project. Great things are happening on our river.

  • K'lo March 27, 2014 (1:41 pm)

    I believe that is the Tokitae, that made her maiden voyage yesterday, on sea trials.

    • WSB March 27, 2014 (1:47 pm)

      K’lo, thanks – I just found a WSF photo for comparison and realized that too. It’s usually either a new or repaired vessel going past Blake Island, since that’s not the way the Fauntleroy/Vashon/Southworth route runs …

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