West Seattle Bridge meeting, WS Art Walk, and more for your Thursday

(Photo by Jerry Simmons)

Quick look at highlights from our calendar for the rest of today/tonight:

GLASS-BLOWING DEMO & ART-GLASS PUMPKIN PATCH: Live demos are back at Avalon Glassworks (2914 SW Avalon Way) – 11 am to 4 pm today – as part of Refract. And while you’re there, check out/shop the Pumpkin Patch!

MEDICARE Q&A: Consultations with Patrice Lewis at the Senior Center of West Seattle (4217 SW Oregon), 11 am-1 pm – call to register at 206.932.4044.

GOVERNOR’S BRIEFING: 2:30 pm, Gov. Jay Inslee holds his next briefing/media Q&A about the pandemic. You will be able to watch the livestream (updated link) here.

WEST SEATTLE BRIDGE COMMUNITY TASK FORCE: 4-6 pm online, the latest bridge info and other updates, as previewed here. You’ll be able to watch the livestream here.

WEST SEATTLE ART WALK: 5 pm “until late,” with a record number of businesses participating, as previewed here – some with art, some with food/drink specials to enhance your night out. The list/map:

Browse the featured artists by going here.

THE ART OF MUSIC: Two locations during tonight’s West Seattle Art Walk, 6-7:40 pm:

The Art of Music, presented by the West Seattle Junction Association on upcoming Second Thursday Art Walk Evenings during October through December, returns on October 14th. Performances with free admission begin at 6 pm and will be at two locations: Verity Credit Union (4505 California SW) in the Alaska Junction and Sopranos Antico Pizza & Pasta (2348 California SW) in the Admiral Junction. Click here for more information.

WORDS, WRITERS, SOUTHWEST STORIES: 6 pm online, Barbara Johns will give a presentation on her book “Kenjiro Nomura, American Modernist: An Issei Artist’s Journey.” The Southwest Seattle Historical Society presents the WWSWS series; get viewing information by registering here.

PIANO BAR: 8 pm-11 pm at the Senior Center of West Seattle (4217 SW Oregon), exploring the Great American Songbook. More info in our calendar listing.

Got an event coming up? Email us the info – westseattleblog@gmail.com – thank you!

4 Replies to "West Seattle Bridge meeting, WS Art Walk, and more for your Thursday"

  • Flivver October 14, 2021 (12:24 pm)

    Can’t participate so can someone ask if the bridge repair has been/will be impacted by supply chain issues. And, with the ship backups will Terminal 5 be getting more/sooner truck traffic which would affect the low bridge.

  • Deb Barker October 14, 2021 (1:53 pm)

    @ Flivver-  I’ll ask SDOT your question. 

    • HarborIslandworker October 14, 2021 (2:47 pm)

      Deb Barker….. maybe you can ask a question for me too. In the past two weeks there has been more than regular Rail freight traffic and I can only imagine that this will become a more constant thing once T5 opens. That on top of Semi freight traffic I feel like not much is being done to mitigate the impact on surrounding businesses and their employees that have nothing to do with the freight community. And once T5 opens they want to reduce trips Eastbound across the lower Spokane Street swing bridge/Spokane St., Corridor Yet they will not listen to simple solutions that the public suggests to help mitigate freight traffic impacts. At 2:30 every day there will be 600 to 800 employees exiting Harbor Island 90 of those which live in West Seattle are being forced to go that way which will impact the freight traffic and possibly emergency vehicles if that situation arises. I’m not sure why they are not taking this concern very seriously. And every time I ask they say it’s going to be a rough couple of months. So basically they are creating the very problem that they are trying to avoid. Maybe you can get some answers for me.

  • J October 14, 2021 (7:18 pm)

    LOVE this photo! Such vibrant colors of nature. Thank you!

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