(Duwamish Head/Alki view of the July 4th low-low tide – photo by Long Bach Nguyen)
Explore the shore! That’s just one of the options for the rest of today/tonight. From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
BEACH NATURALISTS BACK FOR LOW TIDE: Not as low as it got during the new moon (when the photo above was taken), but the full moon has brought tides low enough for good beach exploring – today, -1.6 feet at 11:15 am – and you’ll find Seattle Aquarium beach-naturalist volunteers at Constellation and Lincoln Parks from now until 1:30 pm today.
LUNCH AT THE LIBRARY: Kids/teens up to 18 can get a free lunch at Delridge Library Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, 12:30-1:30 pm. (5423 Delridge Way SW)
‘RENT SMART’: Bilingual (English/Spanish) affordable-housing help 6-7:30 pm – just drop in – at South Park Library. (8604 8th Ave. S.)
WEST SEATTLE BIG BAND CONCERT IN THE PARK: 7 pm at Hiawatha Community Center, the West Seattle Big Band‘s annual free concert presented in conjunction with West Seattle Hi-Yu. Come listen – or even dance! – bring a chair/blanket and enjoy the WSBB’s big sound on the east lawn. (2700 California SW)
TRIVIA FUNDRAISER: Senior Center of West Seattle fundraising trivia hosted by Phil Tavel from the longrunning weekly Talarico’s trivia night. Doors open at 7, trivia at 7:30. Check to see if reservations are still available! (California SW/SW Oregon)
SOUTH SOUND TUG AND BARGE: “Ameripunkcana” music at Parliament Tavern, 9 pm. No cover. (4210 SW Admiral Way)
SO MUCH MORE ... for today and tonight; you’ll find it on our complete calendar page.