West Seattle Tuesday: Ferries, schools, safety, stories, more…

October 3, 2017 11:09 am
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(Sanderlings, photographed at Constellation Park last weekend by Mark Wangerin)

Here are highlights of what’s ahead for your West Seattle (and vicinity) Tuesday:

WEST SEATTLE BOOSTER CLUB FUNDRAISER: 4-8 pm at Chipotle in The Junction, it’s a dine-out benefit for the West Seattle Booster Club, which helps WSHS students – details in our calendar listing, including the flyer you will need to show (either printed, or on your phone) to be sure your purchase goes to the cause. (4730 California SW)

TRIANGLE ROUTE TASK FORCE: Two weeks after a big showdown on Vashon Island (WSB coverage here) over backups and delays on the Washington State Ferries Triangle Route – Fauntleroy-Vashon-Southworth – the advisory task force working on route issues meets again today. 4:30-7 pm at the Fauntleroy Church fellowship hall. (9140 California SW)

CONCORD ADVOCACY: As previewed here last Friday, the PTA for Concord International (Elementary) School in South Park has organized an advocacy meeting tonight to air concerns about changes in the dual-language (Spanish/English) immersion program. This is the only public elementary school in our area with this program, so it’s a West Seattle issue too. The meeting is at the South Park Neighborhood Center, starting at 6 pm. (8201 10th Ave. S.)

CAMPAIGN TO RESTORE WALKWAY-IMPROVEMENT PLAN: 6:15 pm at Southwest Library, the Westwood-Roxhill-Arbor Heights Community Coalition‘s monthly meeting includes the push to get the city to keep its original commitment to improve a walkway between Chief Sealth International High School and Westwood Village – the same area where two students were approached inappropriately just yesterday. (9010 35th SW)

LEARN TO DANCE: Swing and waltz dance classes start tonight at the Senior Center of West Seattle – 7 pm and 8:15 pm respectively. More info, including how to register, in our calendar listing. (4217 SW Oregon)

FAMILY STORY TIME: 7 pm at Delridge Library, for families with kids of all ages. Free as always. (5423 Delridge Way SW)

BEYOND WHAT YOU SEE ABOVE … there’s more on our complete-calendar page!

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