6 highlights for your pre-holiday-weekend West Seattle Thursday

May 26, 2016 9:31 am
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Look closely at Don Brubeck‘s photo and you’ll see seven Great Blue Herons fishing on the Duwamish River. Getting ready for some fishing yourself? Or other holiday activities? Before we get to the Memorial Day weekend, here are highlights from the calendar for today/tonight:

FREE KINDERMUSIK: 1 pm at My Three Little Birds (WSB sponsor) in south Morgan Junction, bring the little one(s) for free Kindermusik today! (6959 California SW)

SOUND TRANSIT 3: 1:30 pm at the Sound Transit board room downtown, the ST board will talk about possible changes to the draft ST3 plan, which currently calls for light rail to West Seattle in 2033, before voting on the final ballot measure next week. Here’s the agenda; we plan to be there and will bring you as-it-happens updates on whether any changes are proposed for the West Seattle part of the 25-year plan. (401 S. Jackson)

COMMUNITY CANNABIS CONVERSATION: 2-4 pm, a chat about cannabis, geared toward seniors with questions, as explained in our calendar listing, at the Senior Center of West Seattle. (SW Oregon/California SW)

BETWEEN 11 AND 25? Vote ASAP in the Youth Voice, Youth Choice “participatory budgeting” that the city’s trying out this year! One easy way to do it – go see volunteer Nancy Folsom at Delridge Skatepark, 3:30 pm-5 pm. Details in our report from earlier this week, which has the online-voting link too. (Delridge Way SW/SW Genesee)

TASTE OF WEST SEATTLE: The 11th annual eat-and-drink benefit for West Seattle Helpline tonight is sold out – so this is just a reminder, if you’re among the ticketholders, or if you pass by The Hall at Fauntleroy and wonder what the big crowd is about. It starts with VIP admission at 6 pm, general admission at 6:30 pm. (9131 California SW)

T-5 DRAFT EIS @ TRANSPORTATION COALITION: 6:30 pm, the West Seattle Transportation Coalition meets at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center, with two major agenda items: NW Seaport Alliance deputy CEO Kurt Beckett talks about the Terminal 5 Draft Environmental Impact Statement that’s now awaiting your comments, plus, WSTC board elections – four spots with one candidate each, two spots with no candidates, so they’re looking for people to serve. (6400 Sylvan Way SW)

THAT’S JUST THE START … find many more listings for today, tonight, and beyond, on our complete calendar.

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