Many options for your Saturday, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
HOLIDAY BAZAAR @ THE MOUNT: Second and final day of the holiday bazaar and bake sale at Providence Mount St. Vincent, 9 am-4 pm. (4831 35th SW)
DROP OFF DONATIONS FOR STANDING ROCK: As reported here last weekend, two West Seattleites are collecting donations to take to Standing Rock for the ongoing Native/Indigenous demonstrations aimed at changing an oil-pipeline route. If you are donating, today there are two places you can drop off items – the Westside Unitarian Universalist church (7141 California SW), 8 am-noon, and the Duwamish Tribe Longhouse (4705 W. Marginal Way SW), 10 am-5 pm.
SOUTHWEST SEATTLE HISTORICAL SOCIETY GALA: 11 am-2 pm at Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor), the SW Seattle Historical Society‘s annual Champagne Gala Brunch, this year themed “Loving Our Landmarks.” Sold out, so this is just a reminder for those who have tickets – see the official program online for a preview of auction items and more. WSB is a media sponsor of the event. (1936 Harbor Ave. SW)
LONGFELLOW CREEK SALMON WATCH: Meet Puget Soundkeeper volunteers at 11:30 am at Dragonfly Pavilion to walk along the creek and look for salmon. (4107 28th SW)
BOOK LAUNCH: 2-4 pm at Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor), it’s the launch party for Michele Babb‘s new book “Anti-Inflammatory Eating for a Happy, Healthy Brain: 75 Recipes for Alleviating Depression, Anxiety, and Memory Loss.” She’s bringing recipe samples to taste, too! (4540 California SW)
HOLIDAY PREVIEW: 2-6 pm at Wyatt’s Jewelers (WSB sponsor) at Westwood Village, it’s “Bubbles and Bling,” with previews of holiday trends, including a rep from Gorjana – details in our calendar listing. (2600 SW Barton)
OPEN HOUSE #2: Community Acupuncture Project of West Seattle and other businesses invite you to stop in, 3-5 pm. Treats and freebies. (4545 44th SW)
DEATH CAFE: 5-7 pm, join neighbors and friends at Resting Waters to talk about the inevitable. As explained in our calendar listing, it’s not a support group, but truly meant to be a discussion. (9205 35th SW)
WEST SEATTLE MEANINGFUL MOVIES: This month’s featured film is “Documented,” the story of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas.
Doors at Neighborhood House’s High Point Center open at 6:30, film at 7 pm, discussion afterward with Miriam Cervantes Gomez of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project. (6400 Sylvan Way)
THE SLAGS: Live at Poggie Tavern in The Junction, starting at 9 pm. 21+. (4717 California SW)
DAYLIGHT-SAVING TIME ENDS: Tonight brings the end of Daylight-Saving Time- at 2 am Sunday, clocks “fall back” to 1 am.