‘FALL BACK’ TONIGHT: We know, we know, the time change is just not what it used to be; almost everything that keeps time makes the change automatically. Still – at least you can look forward to an extra hour of sleep (or of nightlife), because at 2 am “tonight” (aka early Sunday), it’s suddenly 1 am.
Here’s some of what’s happening long before we get to that …
LONI McINTOSH MEMORIAL WALK: 10 am, meet at Alki Bathhouse, wear teal/blue if you can, for a walk in memory of and tribute to the beloved fitness instructor and community member who died two weeks ago; here’s our earlier story. (2701 Alki SW)
BALLOT-DROPOFF VAN: 10 am-5 pm, it’s the first of three days for the King County Elections ballot-dropoff van to be stationed on the West Seattle Stadium driveway, so you can drop off your ballot (no postage required!) for Tuesday’s election. More info in our Friday preview. (4432 35th SW)
SOUTHWEST SEATTLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY NEEDS YOU! So many different skills are of value at the Log House Museum – check out the monthly volunteer orientation to see what you might be able to offer. 11 am-1 pm. (61st/Stevens)
DUWAMISH LONGHOUSE ART OPENING: Reception noon-4 pm, storytelling/artist talk 2 pm, as Coastal Salish artist and storyteller Roger Fernandes (Lower Elwha S’Klallam) reflects on local native culture & beliefs. Exhibit continues thru December in Duwamish Longhouse Art Gallery; more info here. (4705 W. Marginal Way SW)
SALMON-WATCHING: 12:30-3:30 pm, come to Fauntleroy Creek to see if you can spot coho spawners! In the past week, volunteers have counted 19. Here’s the invitation we published last night. (Fauntleroy/Director)
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS: To celebrate the “Day of the Dead,” Matador-West Seattle will be offering sugar-skull face painting from 3 pm to 6 pm. 21+ establishment. (4546 California SW)
SKELETON THEATRE, NIGHT 2: 6-9 pm, it’s your final chance to see the new ~20-minute animatronics-plus-video show titled “Beyond the Pale“ on ST’s outdoor on-the-lawn stage. Here’s our Friday night report with a bit of video. (36th/Hanford)
LAST ‘ROCKY HORROR’ AT THE ADMIRAL: After a decade, the monthly shadow-cast “Rocky Horror Picture Show” screenings at Admiral Theater are ending after tonight. 11:59 pm, one last chance to do the “Time Warp,” toss toast, and more. (2343 California SW)
****CALENDAR PAGE ALERT**** For tonight *only*, the WSB calendar page might display incorrect times because of the impending time change, even though they are input correctly; we are hopeful that this software glitch will finally be in our rear-view mirror before Daylight Saving Time’s return in March. Everything above is correct and not subject to the glitch affecting only the actual calendar page and ONLY events for tonight. Please forgive us. Thanks.