5 for your West Seattle Monday!

(Red-breasted Nuthatch, photographed by Mark Wangerin)

From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar, as fall begins:

GIVE THE GIFT OF LIFE: 1-7 pm, mobile blood drive at Our Lady of Guadalupe – walk-ups welcome but note that it’s closed 3-4 pm for a break. (7700 35th SW)

HOMEWORK HELP: Students will find it with volunteers at High Point Library 4-7:30 pm. (3411 SW Raymond)

ALICE’S EQUINOX SUNSET WATCH: Even if it doesn’t look too likely the sun will make an appearance, come to Solstice Park 6:30-7:30 pm for NASA Solar System Ambassador Alice Enevoldsen‘s equinox-sunset watch. All ages welcome. Learn what “equinox” really means, and more. Upslope from the tennis courts. (7400 Fauntleroy Way SW)

MONDAY NIGHT MEDITATION: Start your week by meditating tonight at Sound Yoga (WSB sponsor), 7 pm; drop-ins welcome – info here. (5639 California SW)

QUIZFIX TRIVIA: At The Skylark, free, all ages, with prizes! 7:30 pm. (3803 Delridge Way SW)

4 Replies to "5 for your West Seattle Monday!"

  • Seattle September 23, 2019 (11:29 am)

    Hey this was pretty cool. Just saw it off my balcony. https://patch.com/washington/seattle/royal-air-force-aerobatic-team-will-fly-over-seattle

    • WSB September 23, 2019 (11:44 am)

      Thanks, bummer we didn’t get that news release, but appreciate you mentioning it as somebody just texted us asking about the flyover. We were out but apparently just missed it.

  • anonyme September 23, 2019 (12:09 pm)

    I’m much more intrigued by the other flyer, the nuthatch.  I’ve had a pair of them hanging around lately, they’re so pretty and have such a distinctive little call.   They (and a lot of other birds right now) seem to be feasting on spiders, plucking them right out of their webs.  I love the spideys, but the birds have to eat – especially given the fact that North America has lost 3 billion birds and over 500 of its bird species in just the last 50 years. 

  • Higginshere September 23, 2019 (4:01 pm)

    Another great photo by Mark. Goodness, the details and colors are so vivid. Love those nuthatches!

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