WEST SEATTLE ART: Signs of spring at Highland Park Improvement Club

Some people got candy eggs … some got chocolate bunnies … and at Highland Park Improvement Club, the Easter present was new signage for SW Holden. The photos and report were sent by HPIC:

The Easter Bunny made a drop-in appearance at HPICto help with the installation of our latest “Burma Shave” roadside signage.

We know our fellow West Seattle drivers are feeling the frustration of increasing traffic levels and commute numbers so we wanted to share some of our favorite signs of spring to brighten your commute and a little poem to bring you home westbound on Holden.

Be well and stay safe to all-

HPIC Board, Membership and neighborhood residents

Pictured are Kelly Lyles (bunny), Monica Cavagnaro (straw hat), and Kay Kirkpatrick (green vest), with help remotely from Judith Caman. Photos are by Peter de Lory. P.S. If you missed the previous display – see it here.

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE ART: Signs of spring at Highland Park Improvement Club"

  • JohnW April 5, 2021 (10:43 am)

    Love that bunny furry!

  • Sarah Airhart April 5, 2021 (12:55 pm)

    I Love and appreciate these signs so much-THANK YOU xoxo

  • Nicole Mazza April 7, 2021 (10:05 pm)

    I so love our community and and resident artists who are taking it upon themselves to bring some joy to the daily commute! It’s a creative way to still connect with our community, I am sure they bring joy to the hearts of many of our daily commuting neighbors! The bridge closure is temporary, community and connection long lasting. We really do live in the best community!  

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