Easter services and more for your West Seattle Sunday

(Saturday sunset, photographed by James Bratsanos)

Here’s our list of what’s happening today, mostly from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:

EASTER SERVICES: This week our list features the local churches that sent us their info for Easter/Holy Week. That includes two sunrise services – both at 6:30 am – with the West Seattle Ministerial Association at Forest Lawn Cemetery (6701 30th SW) and with the local UCC churches at Alki Beach.

PASSOVER CONTINUES: See the calendar for West Seattle synagogue Kol HaNeshamah for Passover observances.

DONATION-ONLY YOGA CLASS: 9 am at Jet City Labs (4546 California SW) – details in our calendar listing.

WEST SEATTLE FARMERS’ MARKET: 10 am-2 pm, find fresh food – produce, meat, fish, cheese, beverages, baked goods, and prepared food – at the weekly WSFM. (California SW between SW Oregon and SW Alaska)

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL: The University of Washington beach-volleyball team is hosting the Husky Invitational tournament again today at Alki, with play starting today at 10 am and continuing through the championship match at 2:30 pm.

ALKI KAYAK TOURS’ FIRST WEEKEND: As reported here Friday, AKT has just opened at Seacrest for the season, with tours and rentals, 10 am-6 pm Fridays-Saturdays-Sundays.

DONATION DRIVE: Food, backpacks, blankets, and more will be collected at Alki UCC (6115 SW Hinds) 11 am-3 pm today – details here.

NEED FOOD? White Center Community Dinner Church serves a free meal (take-away available) at 5 pm Sundays at the Salvation Army Center in South Delridge (9050 16th SW).

KUNDALINI YOGA & MEDITATION: 7 pm at Inner Alchemy Studio (7356 35th SW) – details here.

SUNDAY NIGHT JAZZ: Triangular Jazztet at The Alley (4509 California SW), 8 pm and 9 pm sets.

SUNDAY NIGHT KARAOKE: 9 pm to 1:30 am at Admiral Pub (2306 California SW).

Have an event to list on our calendar? We’re adding more daily – email westseattleblog@gmail.com – thank you!

2 Replies to "Easter services and more for your West Seattle Sunday"

  • trickycoolj April 17, 2022 (6:22 pm)

    Next year can you please do a what’s open and what’s not for Easter? Would have liked to patronize businesses that are open today but have wasted too much time in the past trying to find things that are actually open not realizing it was a holiday. Not everyone observes Easter. 

    • WSB April 17, 2022 (7:46 pm)

      There historically haven’t been that many Easter closures but I suspect that after two years of pandemic exhaustion, not to mention hiring difficulties, this year more than usual made the call. – TR

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