8 for the rest of your West Seattle Friday

March 25, 2022 10:22 am
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(Seen in Gatewood)

Here’s what’s happening as spring’s first Friday continues:

ART EXHIBIT: “Oceans of Emotion” is now on display at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (4408 Delridge Way SW), and you can drop in any time until 4 pm to see it.

STUDENT MARCH: In case you missed the mention in our daily traffic watch, 8th graders from Denny International Middle School plan a protest march at noon, demonstrating against gun violence; the announcement says they plan to travel on Thistle, 35th, and Trenton. We don’t know if they plan to march in the street or on the sidewalk but be careful in the area.

TALK WITH YOUR CITY COUNCILMEMBER: 2-6 pm, City Councilmember Lisa Herbold has “virtual office hours” today – our calendar listing explains how to book a window to talk with her, and shows future dates.

TASTING TIME: 4-6 pm, taste bourbon, rye, and whiskey at West Seattle Liquor and Wine (4714 42nd SW; WSB sponsor) on the outer west street side of Jefferson Square.

IN-STORE AT EASY STREET: Maisie Peters performs at Easy Street (California/Alaska), 6 pm, free/all ages.

POP-UP POLITICAL SOCIAL: 5:30 pm at Future Primitive Brewing (9832 15th SW, White Center) with the 34th District Democratsdetails here.

LIVE MUSIC AT THE SKYLARK: Doors at 7, music at 8, for Herding Cats and The Lumberjax. $10 at the door. (3803 Delridge Way SW)

THEATER: ArtsWest‘s new play “This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing” continues tonight, 7:30 pm, in the theater at 4711 California SW. Tickets available here.

Got an event? Performance? Community meeting? Class? Or? Send it to us for the calendarwestseattleblog@gmail.com – thank you!

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