Two more ways to meet your neighbors on Saturday – with free food!

Two more ways to meet your neighbors tomorrow!

BARTON STREET P-PATCH PIZZA PARTY: You’re invited to visit the community garden at 34th/Barton between 11:30 am and 2:30 pm on Saturday – not only can you take a self-guided tour of its dozens of plots, mosaics, and concrete sculptures, but they expert to be firing up the community pizza/bagel oven. Free, but donations accepted.

A few blocks east …

COMMUNITY BARBECUE AT ROXHILL PARK: Noon-2 pm at 29th/Barton:

Stop by to meet your neighbors at our first annual community BBQ in Roxhill Park, tomorrow June 9th from 12 noon-2 pm near the playground.

Free hot dogs for the first 100 people, local entertainment, & wetland tours on site. Share your ideas of what you’d like to see in the park. Event is free and open to the public – all are welcome! Join us!

Find out more by going here.

6 Replies to "Two more ways to meet your neighbors on Saturday - with free food!"

  • Maria June 8, 2018 (6:43 pm)

    All of these ads, promos should post clearly at the top what state and city is involved.Time consuming to read all these articles and still have no clue where you are.Refusing now to waste my time reading, googling and mapping for 99 % cross country.

    • WSB June 8, 2018 (6:50 pm)

      Hi, everything we write about is in West Seattle, which is why this is West Seattle Blog. State of Washington, city of Seattle. No other states or cities involved. Sorry if you got lost here looking for something/someplace else! – Tracy

    • A June 8, 2018 (7:42 pm)

      Hi @Mariathese are not ads, nor business promos.Thesr are community events in West Seattle.

  • H June 8, 2018 (9:47 pm)

    Hmmm. @WSB I wonder if the blog has attracted a few bots. Maria’s comment above and another comment (Patrick?/fake news) in the 35th vehicle/pedestrian accident don’t make any sense.

    • WSB June 8, 2018 (10:08 pm)

      Bots usually come with URL attempts; none in Maria’s comment, which I guess could have just gone unapproved, but I’ve seen weirder ones. Spam filter catches most of the bonafide spam.

      • H June 8, 2018 (10:16 pm)

        Thank you for the reply. I’m noticing them more and more in my newspapers comment sections, so wondered, as I read the blog, if they were here too.

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