Line dancing, swing dancing, beach roaming … West Seattle Friday!

Happy Friday! Thanks to Michael Brophy for the sun-dappled West Seattle aerial view, photographed toward the end of his flight home on Thursday evening. Not sure if we’ll get any sunshine today, but some big fun is on the calendar anyway, indoors AND outdoors:

LOW TIDE GETS EVEN LOWER: At 11:40 am, it’s down to -3.1, and that’s *very* low. Volunteer beach naturalists are out again today at Constellation and Lincoln Parks, 9:30 am-1:30 pm.

NORTHWEST WINE ACADEMY ANNIVERSARY CONTINUES: In honor of the 10th anniversary of the Northwest Wine Academy on the north end of the South Seattle College (WSB sponsor) campus, you can check out their newest wines during 2-7 pm events again today and Saturday. Details in our calendar listing. (6000 16th SW)

HOE-DOWN DANCE AND BBQ DINNER: Starts with line-dancing lessons at 5:30 pm, baby-back-rib dinner served around 6, and dancing to Country Dave and the Pickin’ Crew; call ASAP for reservations if you don’t have them already – all the info’s here. At the Senior Center of West Seattle. (California/Oregon)

SWING DANCE: 6:30 pm, lessons with an instructor, 7 pm, swing dancing with the West Seattle Big Band – it’s “Swing Into Summer” at The Hall at Fauntleroy; more info in our preview from earlier this week. (9131 California SW)

BIG WEEKEND FOR YOUTH BASEBALL: From West Seattle Baseball via Facebook:

It’s a big weekend at the West Seattle Pee Wee Fields. Nineteen of the Northwest’s best 8U teams are playing in the West Seattle 8U Hardball Classic. Games start at 6:00 tonight and then again at 9:00 on Saturday and Sunday. This is really a great event to watch. Come support your local youth baseball.

(12th SW & Myrtle)

LIVE MUSIC AT SALTY’S, C & P, KENYON HALL, CASK, SKYLARK, FEEDBACK … you’ll find the listings on the calendar.

2 Replies to "Line dancing, swing dancing, beach roaming ... West Seattle Friday!"

  • DTK June 13, 2014 (9:50 am)

    I love Seattle, Washington.

  • newnative June 13, 2014 (2:28 pm)

    I am fond of maps and aerial views of Seattle but that’s got to be the Best one I have ever seen. Ever!

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