West Seattle Tuesday: Admiral and Fauntleroy community involvement + math, music, more

Thanks to Sonya for that rainbow-and-more view, as part of a panorama from the Seattle Chinese Garden on Puget Ridge, shared via the West Seattle Blog Flickr group (almost 6,000 photos!). As with most photos published on WSB, you can click it to see a larger version. Meantime – here are highlights of what’s ahead for today/tonight:

HOLY WEEK SERVICES AND EVENTS: See what’s on our West Seattle list for today/tonight/beyond by going here.

JUSTIN KAUSAL-HAYES: 5-8 pm, live music at Salty’s on Alki (WSB sponsor). No cover. Happy-hour specials are available until 6. (1936 Harbor SW)

KIDS’ CAFE MEALS PROGRAM: Free meals for anyone 18 and under, no paperwork/eligibility required. 3:30-4 pm at High Point Library (35th SW/SW Raymond), 4-4:30 pm at South Park Library (8604 8th Ave. S.)

MATH BUDDIES: 4-5 pm at West Seattle (Admiral) Library, drop-in program for kids K-5 to play math games with a high-school “buddy.” (2306 42nd SW)

DROP-IN CHESS: 4:30-5:30 pm at High Point Library, for kids and teens, all skill levels. Chess sets and guidance from an adult coach are available. (35th SW/SW Raymond)

ADMIRAL NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION: 7 pm, The Sanctuary at Admiral. As previewed here, tonight’s discussions include light rail and the Chelan CSO project. (42nd SW/SW Lander)

FAUNTLEROY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: 7 pm, board meeting (but public is welcome) at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse. Agenda includes SPD, ferries, parking, the upcoming Fauntleroy Fall Festival fundraiser at Endolyne Joe’s (WSB sponsor) on May 5th, the Schoolhouse Centennial coming up May 21st, and more. (9131 California SW)

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2 Replies to "West Seattle Tuesday: Admiral and Fauntleroy community involvement + math, music, more"

  • annika April 11, 2017 (6:17 pm)

    great photograph – thanks for sharing it!

  • JayDee April 11, 2017 (7:31 pm)

    @ Sonya: Great shot. It is rare to be somewhere to allow it, and better yet to recognize it. I abase myself.

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