West Seattle Friday: Lights, music, theater, illustration, dance, more!

Happy Friday! Two sets of previews for you – first, from the WSB West Seattle Holiday Guide:

WYATT’S OPEN HOUSE: Wyatt’s Jewelers (WSB sponsor) open house @ Westwood Village, 10 am-6 pm. (2600 SW Barton)

POTTERY SHOW AND SALE: Brace Point Pottery‘s 18th annual Holiday Art Show and Sale, 4 pm-9 pm (continuing Saturday and Sunday, 10-5). This year Loren Lukens brings in four additional artists in an exhibition of pottery, wearables, jewelry and prints. A Seattle Sampling event – follow the link for other local participants. (4208 SW 100th)

HUSKY DELI OPEN HOUSE: One of The Junction’s most-anticipated events every holiday season – Husky Deli‘s holiday open house, 6-8 pm. (4721 California SW)

‘LIGHT UP THE NIGHT’: Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish & School invites you to “Light Up the Night: An Evening of Caroling and Community,” with Christmas caroling, arts and crafts, cookies and hot cocoa, and of course, lights! “Please bring non-perishable food items (for the West Seattle Food Bank) to fill our sleigh and help our community.” 7 pm, in the Parish Life Center as well as in the street north of the church’s main building across the street. (35th/Myrtle)

‘WONDERFUL LIFE’: Night two for the holiday show at ArtsWest in The Junction. Curtain at 7:30 pm. (4711 California SW)

‘CHRISTMAS CAROL’: Opening night for Twelfth Night Productions‘ holiday show, “A Christmas Carol: A Live Radio Play.” 7:30 pm at Kenyon Hall; buy your ticket(s) online at this Brown Paper Tickets link or an hour before showtime at the venue box office. (7904 35th SW)

HOLIDAY LIGHT SHOWS: All three of West Seattle’s brightest displays continue tonight:
Menashe Family Lights (5605 Beach Drive SW) – WSB coverage here
West Seattle Lights (3908 SW Charlestown) – WSB coverage here
West Seattle Yuletide (38th SW north of Genesee) – WSB coverage here

We’ve added a lot to the Holiday Guide in recent days, so browse it when you can, to plan ahead! Now, from the regular year-round WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

PAUL SCHMID AT WORDS, WRITERS, WEST SEATTLE: 5-7 pm at Barnes & Noble/Westwood Village, author/illustrator Paul Schmid will not only talk about his work, including “Oliver and His Alligator,” but will also demonstrate how he draws:

Details in our listing. (2800 SW Barton)

HIGHLAND PARK ELEMENTARY DANCE: Announced by the HPE PTA: “Families are invited to spend the evening on the dance floor with music provided by DJ Spinderella. There will also be a bake sale, raffle, and Yuen Lui will be on site to take free family photos with an option to purchase an upgraded package. Cost is $2/person, or $5/family. 6-8 in the cafeteria” (1012 SW Trenton)

CORNER BAR AT HIGHLAND PARK IMPROVEMENT CLUB: First Friday means fun at HPIC’s pop-up bar. It opens at 6 pm with DJ Dr. Lehl, changing at 7 pm to High Wired NoNet, and then Danny Newcomb and The Sugarmakers at 8:30 pm. (12th SW & SW Holden)

BASKETBALL CLOTHING DRIVE: Again at tonight’s home basketball games at West Seattle High School, warm clothing is being collected for homeless women and their kids helped by the YWCA’s shelter: “We are asking for new or gently used hats, scarves and gloves. Other items that would be helpful are 2016 calendars so they can keep track of their appointments, as well as bus tokens and diapers in any size.” Tonight’s opponent is Roosevelt, girls’ varsity at 6:30 pm, boys’ varsity at 8 pm, all at the WSHS Gym. (3000 California SW)

FIVE-BUCK BAND: Pop-rock at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 7-9 pm. (5612 California SW)

WEST SEATTLE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The first of the winter concerts by the West Seattle Community Orchestras features WSSO with “Dvorak Symphony no. 8,” 7:30 pm, conductor Kim Roy, admission free, donations appreciated. Auditorium @ Chief Sealth International High School. (2600 SW Thistle)

1 Reply to "West Seattle Friday: Lights, music, theater, illustration, dance, more!"

  • h December 4, 2015 (10:20 am)

    Oh damn! Paul Schmids talk sounds amazing. Why oh why did I schedule a late work night tonight?

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