West Seattle Thursday: Design Review x 2; Alki Community Council; pups in the pool; more!

(WSB photo: Southwesternmost West Seattle Junction flower basket, earlier this week)

Seven notes for the rest of your Thursday:

SUPPORT GROUP: 1 pm in the second-floor café at Senior Center of West Seattle, the monthly brain-injury-support group meets. More info here. (4217 SW Oregon)

YOUR DOG, THEIR POOL: Today’s the third session of the Arbor Heights Swim and Tennis Club‘s annual Dog Days of Summer. The pool has closed for the human-swimming season – so before its annual cleaning, the club opens it to dogs for swimming, as a fundraiser. 5-7 pm. (11003 31st SW)

MOVE? REMODEL? This free workshop could help you decide. 6 pm at Graystone Mortgage in Jefferson Square. (4726 42nd SW)

DESIGN REVIEW DOUBLEHEADER: As previewed here, the Southwest Design Review Board looks at two projects tonight – 3201 SW Avalon Way (6:30 pm; here’s the packet) and 7617 35th SW (8 pm; here’s the packet). Both are Early Design Guidance reviews, focused on the building’s size/shape/site placement, both include public-comment periods, and both are at the Senior Center/Sisson Building. (4217 SW Oregon)

ALKI COMMUNITY COUNCIL: 7 pm at Alki UCC, with an agenda including a noise-enforcement update and renewal of the Statue of Liberty Plaza maintenance agreement. (6115 SW Hinds)

BILL DAVIE: Singer/songwriter/poet at C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor), 7-9 pm. (5612 California SW)

‘SKELETON CREW’ OPENING NIGHT: 7:30 pm, the new production at ArtsWest opens. Tonight’s sold out but we’re mentioning it in case you want to get tickets for an upcoming performance. (4711 California SW)

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3 Replies to "West Seattle Thursday: Design Review x 2; Alki Community Council; pups in the pool; more!"

  • old timer September 20, 2018 (1:24 pm)

    Thanks for the photo, WSB.   All summer, I’ve enjoyed these glorious displays of color and texture.     I’m constantly amazed by the torrents of beauty that pour from these tiny baskets.    Thanks too to all who maintain them.

    • Jessica September 20, 2018 (4:52 pm)

      Yes, they really have been amazing! My child and I have been watching them with wonder all summer. They are so colorful and lush this year.

  • Jennie September 21, 2018 (6:39 am)

    I love the baskets! They are so beautiful and it is fun watching them grow and get bigger and bigger throughout the summer. I see people watering them early in the morning on my way to work – thank you for caring for them :)

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