2:53 PM: We’ve been talking for more than a week about Fauntleroy Creek salmon. This afternoon, you can celebrate them by making a salmon hat at the Fauntleroy Fall Festival. Or if you’re more interested in birds – don’t miss the raptors behind The Hall at Fauntleroy!
Also a petting zoo:
And pony rides:
Maybe you’d rather sit and listen to music. That’s happening indoors as well as outdoors:
Indoor tunes as well as outdoor @ Fauntleroy Fall Festival (9100 block California until 5 pm) pic.twitter.com/zmXopOkn7W
— West Seattle Blog (@westseattleblog) October 27, 2019
(That’s the Hilltop Jazz Project.) From Seattle Fire and Police, Engine 37 and the Mobile Precinct are visiting:
They’re in the church parking lot, as are opportunities to bounce and climb:
Inside the church/Y building, other attractions – cakes!
The decorated-cake contest judging is concluding, while the cakewalk is about to begin. The West Seattle Community Orchestras “instrument petting zoo” is inside Fauntleroy Church too:
This festival’s on until 5 pm – here’s info, including a map. More photos later.
ADDED 7:52 PM: More of what made the festival educational as well as fun – you could talk with Fauntleroy Watershed Council members:
Or learn about preparedness:
The festival is presented by a coalition of Fauntleroy organizations and businesses.