West Seattle Friday: Art, music, gardening…

(Photo by Deborah Kasperson)

The holiday weekend is about to begin! But first, from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

WEST SEATTLE GARDEN CLUB: The monthly meeting is under way but you’re still welcome to drop in, especially for the afternoon program featuring a floral designer’s presentation at 12:45 pm. At Daystar. (2615 SW Barton)

TALK WITH YOUR CITY COUNCILMEMBER: First time in 2 months that West Seattle/South Park City Councilmember Lisa Herbold has had district office hours. 2-7 pm at the Senior Center of West Seattle – be there by 6:30 pm. (4217 SW Oregon)

ART SHOW AND SALE, PLUS DEVELOPMENT PROJECT INFO: 4-8 pm at West Seattle Church of the Nazarene, it’s the first day of an art show and sale that’s also a chance to get an update on the project to build six townhouses on part of the church’s “park” land to help raise money to renovate the building. Resident artist Genna Draper – one of eight featured artists – has more info on her website. (4201 SW Juneau)

KIDS INVITED TO PLAN A MURAL: Second of three Friday afternoon workshops with artist Henry Luke at Southwest Library, 4-5 pm, with kids 7-13 invited to help plan the new Roxhill mural at EC Hughes. (9010 35th SW)

ALKI SKATE NIGHT: Second-to-last chance this year for Friday night skating at Alki Community Center! 5:45-7:45 pm. (5817 SW Stevens)

SIGGIE THE VINTAGE MAN: He’s back in West Seattle, one night only!

7-9 pm at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor). More about Siggie here. (5612 California SW)

LIVE MUSIC: Grim Statistic, Retromancer, and Good Riddance play The Skylark – doors at 8, music at 9, $8 cover, 21+. (3803 Delridge Way SW)

Got something for the calendar? Send the info as far in advance as you can! westseattleblog@gmail.com – thanks!

2 Replies to "West Seattle Friday: Art, music, gardening..."

  • DemNotSocialist May 25, 2018 (1:29 pm)

    Wow – Lisa’s holding office hours for the first time in two months on the Friday afternoon before Memorial Day weekend.  That’s courage and commitment I tell you.  Too busy driving employers out of town to talk to constituents.

    • WSB May 25, 2018 (1:47 pm)

      She had them scheduled last month (we’ve long had the list in our event calendar) but a death in the family required a trip out of town.

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