West Seattle Sunday: Music for Mom (and everyone else), & more

Beach-ing or boating today? We start with two views from our summery Saturday – above, Rebecca shared the view from Argosy’s Goodtime II passing Alki en route back from Blake Island and below, from Upper Alki, JayDee caught a view of the Seattle Yacht Club‘s regatta before, according to its website, it was abandoned due to “light air”:

(Click either image for a larger view.) Now, on to our calendar highlights for the day ahead – whether you’re celebrating Mother’s Day or just the second day of the weekend:

POST-GARAGE SALE DAY DONATIONS: Until 11 am, Clothes for the Cause collection continues at Alki Elementary (3010 59th SW); 10 am-3 pm, Stop n Shop at the Senior Center of West Seattle is taking dropoffs on the alley in back (SW Oregon just east of California SW); for details and other ongoing donation sites, see our big list.

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: Flowers, treats, all manner of freshness. 10 am-2 pm in The Junction. (44th/Alaska)

FLASH MOTHER’S DAY SALE: Shop local with/for Mom! 40 percent off at The General Store Seattle (WSB sponsor), in person or online. Open 10-7 today. (3400 Harbor SW)

TAKE MOM TO THE MUSEUM: Noon-4 pm, regular hours at the home of West Seattle’s history, the Log House Museum. (61st/Stevens)

‘ANGRY HOUSEWIVES’: 3 pm at ArtsWest Playhouse (WSB sponsor) – almost sold out as of our check moments ago, but go here to see if tickets are available. (4711 California SW)

JEREMY SERWER: 3-5 pm, Jeremy Serwer performs folk/Americana music live at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor); no cover. (5612 California SW)

LADIES MUSICAL CLUB: 3 pm at West Seattle (Admiral) Library – “Join us for a Mother’s Day concert featuring music by Schumann, Granados, Bernstein and a U.S. premiere of Alfred Tokayer.” Free. (2306 42nd SW)

1 Reply to "West Seattle Sunday: Music for Mom (and everyone else), & more"

  • JanS May 10, 2015 (2:04 pm)

    “light air”, huh…guess it took the wind right out of their sails ;-)

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