West Seattle Tuesday: Tennis center; Port project; low-low tide; more…

(Violet-green swallow photographed by Mark Wangerin)

Happy Tuesday! Here are a half-dozen highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

LOW-LOW TIDE, WITH BEACH NATURALISTS: One more day of a low-low tide, with sunshine, if you have the chance to get out on the shore and explore at midday. The tide will be out to -2.8 feet at 1:09 pm. Seattle Aquarium volunteer beach naturalists will be available at Constellation Park (south of Alki Point) and Lincoln Park (near Colman Pool) 10 am-2 pm.

TINY TOTS MEET SENIORS: 10:30-11 am meetup at The Kenney for little ones and seniors to enjoy time together – details in our calendar listing. (7125 Fauntleroy Way SW)

TERMINAL 5 HEARING: If you have something to say about the Port of Seattle’s proposal to upgrade West Seattle’s Terminal 5 as its primary “big ship” terminal, tonight is your first of two chances during the “draft environmental impact statement” stage of the project. The public hearing is happening at the Georgetown campus of South Seattle College (WSB sponsor); another one is planned Thursday in West Seattle – information on both is here. (6737 Corson Ave. S.)

DINE OUT FOR HOPE: Coastline Burgers is donating part of tonight’s proceeds to the DC trip fund for nearby Hope Lutheran School during tonight’s dine-out fundraiser, 5-9 pm. Art sale, too! More info here. (4444 California SW)

INDOOR TENNIS IN WEST SEATTLE? 6-8 pm at Chief Sealth International High School, come hear about – and comment on – the proposal for an indoor-tennis center on the Seattle Public Schools-owned site that now holds outdoor courts just west of Southwest Pool. Organizer Lisa Corbin says the program will start around 6:15 pm and public comments will start around 7:15. Here’s a fact sheet about the project, and a document with FAQs. (2600 SW Thistle)

WEST SEATTLE BIKE CONNECTIONS: 6:30 pm at HomeStreet Bank (WSB sponsor) in The Junction, all welcome to join WSBC’s discussion of ongoing issues, events, etc. (4022 SW Alaska)

MORE! for today, tonight, beyond – just check our complete calendar.

1 Reply to "West Seattle Tuesday: Tennis center; Port project; low-low tide; more..."

  • Jim Olsen June 7, 2016 (8:19 pm)

    So cool that the naturalists come out!   They are helping young people, and not-so-young, to learn about and respect animal and plant life  along the water.

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