6 ideas for the rest of your end-of-summer West Seattle Tuesday

End of Summer, Alki Beach from Dina Lydia on Vimeo.

Thanks to Dina Lydia for sharing her short, fun video from Alki Beach, as summer enters its final hours. Here’s what’s up for the rest of today/tonight, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:


Bring your friends and family and support WSHS Cheer at Marination Ma Kai tonight from 4-8 pm!! A percentage of all food sales will go directly to the team and help support various activities throughout the coming year!!

(1660 Harbor SW)

DOG DAYS: 5 pm tonight brings the first of five chances for dogs to swim at the Arbor Heights Swim and Tennis Club pool, now closed to humans for the season. Details in our preview. (11003 31st SW)

WATERCOLOR CLASSES: The next round of Jennifer Carrasco‘s popular watercolor classes at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor) starts at 6 pm; more info in our calendar listing. (5612 California SW)

WEST SEATTLE BLOCK WATCH CAPTAINS NETWORK: 6:30 pm at the Southwest Precinct meeting room, come catch up after a busy summer, and find out more about where the micro-community policing plans for West Seattle stand. More info on the WSBWCN website. (2300 SW Webster)

WEST SEATTLE TIMEBANK ORIENTATION: 6:30 pm at the Sisson Building (home of the Senior Center), find out about joining the WS Timebank, at its next local orientation. (SW Oregon & California SW)

DELRIDGE LIBRARY STORY TIME: 7 pm tonight, it’s Family Story Time at the Delridge Library. Free and fun! (5423 Delridge Way SW)

P.S. Got registration? It’s National Voter Registration Day. Lots to decide in the November election – don’t miss it.

2 Replies to "6 ideas for the rest of your end-of-summer West Seattle Tuesday"

  • Northwest September 22, 2015 (4:47 pm)

    I encourage Melinda to look up a thread in the forum here on wsb blog regarding a parent wanting to have a car wash to help fund here daughters school organization. I recall between three of the posters myself included the money offered to donate to said cause was up to almost $200 for getting the recipients of it to donate hours to picking up trash in the junction neighborhood and elsewhere. Just an idea you may want to bring to the cheer squad.

  • miws September 22, 2015 (9:51 pm)

    Here’s the thread that Northwest is referring to:




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