Bridge briefing @ West Seattle Transportation Coalition, Madison’s ‘Twelfth Night,’ more for your Thursday

(Lincoln Park, photographed last weekend by Theresa Arbow-O’Connor)

From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar and inbox, reminders for the rest of today/tonight:

PRESCHOOLS’ ONLINE AUCTION EXTENDED: Join RIFC and SWEL have extended their virtual 9th annual silent auction through May 4th – you can help these Delridge preschools by bidding, starting with registration here.

LIGHT RAIL COMMENT DEADLINE: Final day to send Sound Transit your comment(s) on West Seattle light rail routing/station-location effects.

SOUND TRANSIT BOARD: No official items related to the West Seattle project on the 1:30-5 pm online meeting’s agenda, which includes information on viewing/commenting.

SPORTS: One home game – West Seattle HS vs. Chief Sealth IHS in softball, 4 pm at Nino Cantu Southwest Athletic Complex (2801 SW Thistle).

WEST SEATTLE TRANSPORTATION COALITION: 6:30 pm online, with the agenda including two discussions with SDOT reps – about West Seattle Bridge repairs and the Freight Mobility Plan. Our calendar listing includes how to watch/listen.

‘SCREENAGERS’: Watch the film and then discuss it with a counselor in an online event presented by a group of local schools, 6:30 pm.

BOARD GAME NIGHT: Come try something new at Meeples Games (3727 California SW), 6:30-10 pm.

‘TWELFTH NIGHT’: Second of three online performances of Madison Middle School‘s online production of Shakespeare‘s “Twelfth Night”– our calendar listing has the RSVP link.

Have an event to list on our calendar/in our daily lists? We’re adding more daily – email – thank you!

6 Replies to "Bridge briefing @ West Seattle Transportation Coalition, Madison's 'Twelfth Night,' more for your Thursday"

  • anonyme April 28, 2022 (10:34 am)

    Theresa’s photos are nothing short of dreamy.

  • Jim April 28, 2022 (1:59 pm)

    Thelow angle  sunset lighting makes this scene beautiful.  Thanks.

  • Belvidear April 28, 2022 (2:37 pm)

    Disappointed in Madison. They’re advertising the show, but they didn’t make the auditions accessible to all students. We called to ask if there was a spring show that our child could audition for and we were told there was no show this year.

    • MS Parent April 28, 2022 (4:47 pm)

      The Madison production is coursework, not an extracurricular activity. There were not open auditions because all roles were assigned to students enrolled in a course as part of a unit of study. Thank you WSB for helping these students share their project with their community online while in-person performances are not possible.

  • dunno April 28, 2022 (7:03 pm)

    It is a really nice image. I’m just not that into the heavy filtering etc of photos these days. I guess it’s just about preference but I’m driven to capture  and also appreciate photos that are reflecting as close to the real thing as possible and there’s so much beauty right here in West Seattle, I don’t get why so many manipulate and use heavy filters on their images. I agree, it is dreamy and a beautiful image, but it’s like fairy land or the wizard off oz… it’s not real. Still enjoyable!

    • WSB April 28, 2022 (7:24 pm)

      We prefer unfiltered photos too and don’t use filters ourselves. However, this one didn’t seem too heavily filtered, so I chose to use it.

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