West Seattle Tuesday: Give; read; skate; play; more…

Just can’t get enough of the frosted Olympics. Thanks to Danny McMillin for the Monday photo of 7,743-foot Mount Constance, which we hadn’t previously known has a West Seattle link beyond the fact we can see it from here: Lt. George Davidson, who gave Fauntleroy its current name (the surname of his fiancée Ellinor Fauntleroy), also named Olympic peaks after members of her family, including sister Constance. But enough about the past – let’s look into the immediate future:

GIFT OF LIFE: Last mobile blood drive in West Seattle this year, 9:30 am-3:30 pm at Westwood Village – details in our calendar listing. (2800 SW Barton)

TODDLER STORY TIME: 10:30 am at the West Seattle (Admiral) Branch Library, bring the toddler(s) and listen up! (2306 42nd SW)

GO SKATING! 1-4:30 pm, it’s a special winter-break skating session at Southgate Roller Rink. (9646 17th SW)

DROP-IN CHESS: 4-5:30 pm at High Point Branch Library, kids and teens are invited to drop in and play. (35th/Raymond)

LADIES SING THE BLUES: Last Tuesday of the month means that Blues To Do at Feedback Lounge (WSB sponsor) spotlights female artists, and also happens to be a pajama-party event – 8:30 pm, be there! (6451 California SW)

1 Reply to "West Seattle Tuesday: Give; read; skate; play; more..."

  • gina December 30, 2014 (10:11 am)

    I sincerely hope Tubal Cain Ridge was not a name of one of the sisters.

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