WEST SEATTLE SATURDAY: 8 notes

(Foggy Friday photo by Jerry Simmons)

Welcome to the weekend. Here’s what to know as it begins:

TRAFFIC ALERTS: Three of them today:
Repaving work on SW 106th between 32nd and 106th all weekend
-If you’re going to/from Harbor Island, possible minor traffic impacts on SW Manning and E. Klickitat related to bridge work platform rigging and hoisting
-Rapid Flashing Beacon replacement work along Dumar/Orchard

VACCINATION CLINIC FOR KIDS: 9 am-noon, by appointment, at Neighborhood Naturopathic (5410 California) – check to see if they have any appointments left; contact info’s in our preview.

WAYS OF WHALES: Online workshop presented by Orca Network, 10 am-4 pm. Details and registration info are in our calendar listing.

FREE WEEKLY WRITERS’ GROUP: New participants welcome. 10:30 am – registration link and other details are in our calendar listing.

HEALTH EVENT: COVID vaccinations and other health resources/services on a walk-in basis, 11 am-3 pm at Highland Park Elementary (1012 SW Trenton) – more info in our preview.

WINE TIME: Viscon Cellars (5910 California SW; WSB sponsor) tasting room is open 1-6 pm.

ART RECEPTION: It’s time for “Introductions” as Rain City Clay takes over Brace Point Pottery in Arbor Heights, 6-8 pm reception tonight. (4208 SW 100th)

WEST SEATTLE DRAG SHOW: At the Admiral Pub (2306 California SW) with Dolly Madison, 9 pm.

Are we missing anything? Email westseattleblog@gmail.com – thank you!

3 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE SATURDAY: 8 notes"

  • HarborIslandworker January 15, 2022 (8:26 am)

    Why is it as if the detour route it’s coming from the west over the Low Bridge. You can easily access klikitat way from the east. Why such a complex detour route. What makes these people so special that they are allowed to use the low bridge from West Seattle. 

  • Brian January 16, 2022 (2:11 pm)

    Any word on trash collection being delayed this week due to the strike?

    • WSB January 16, 2022 (2:25 pm)

      No, no effects here. The strike does NOT involve Waste Management, which is Seattle Public Utilities’ contractor in our area and most others. The citywide media has some misleading headlines (“Seattle area”) from which at-a-glance readers might draw the inference that local customers are affected. – TR

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