The three-day Presidents Day weekend has begun, and we have a vast variety of options for your Saturday:
SATURDAY MORNING ULTIMATE: 8 am at West Seattle Stadium (4432 35th SW), just show up to throw with the West Seattle Ultimate Frisbee Family.
GREAT BACKYARD BIRD COUNT: Drop in for birdwatching at Camp Long (5200 35th SW), 10-11:30 am – free, no RSVP required.
MOUNTAIN TO SOUND OUTFITTERS SALE: The Presidents Day Weekend Sale is on at Mountain to Sound Outfitters (WSB sponsor) – get gear and apparel for snow sports, with lots of time left in this year’s season – some items up to 40 percent off! Open 10 am-5 pm today. (3602 SW Alaska)
SEATTLE CHINESE GARDEN: 10 am-5 pm, the garden’s centerpiece courtyard is open, while the rest of the garden’s grounds are accessible dawn to dusk. More info here. (5640 16th SW)
GRIEFSHARE RECOVERY GROUP: Continuing at 10:30 am today, “Grace Church will host a 13-week GriefShare recovery support group for those who have lost a loved one by death. There is a one-time charge of $20 for the GriefShare journal.” Meeting in the church basement. (10323 28th SW)
FREE WRITING GROUP: 10:30 am in West Seattle, registration required – see full details in our calendar listing.
LOG HOUSE MUSEUM: Visit the home of West Seattle’s history is noon-4 pm Saturdays. (3003 61st SW)
BASKETBALL: West Seattle High School boys and girls teams both have district-tournament games at Bellevue College (3000 Landerholm Circle SE) this afternoon, boys at 3 pm vs. Rainier Beach, girls at 4:45 pm vs. Eastside Catholic.
IN-STORE AT EASY STREET RECORDS: Midnight Marauders EP release show, 6:30 pm at Easy Street Records (4559 California SW). Free, all ages.
EVENING MUSIC AT C & P COFFEE: 7-9 pm, Roo Forrest and Friends perform at C & P Coffee Company (5612 California SW; WSB sponsor), all ages, no cover.
‘AN ENDLESS SHIFT’: This solo show at ArtsWest (4711 California SW; WSB sponsor) has its second-to-last performance tonight, 7:30 pm: “Created from verbatim accounts of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic by the Seattle nurses who were there, “An Endless Shift” is a tribute to the everyday heroes who were confronted with what would become the longest shift of their lives.” Get your ticket(s) here.
NIGHTTIME LOW-TIDE BEACH WALK: Find Seattle Aquarium beach naturalists at Constellation Park (63rd and Beach Drive), 8-10 pm. (Tide’s out to -2.5 feet at 9:30 pm.)
OUT AT THE BOX: “An evening of drag and laughs” at Box Bar (5401 California SW), 9:30 pm. No cover.
If you have a show, event, meeting, seminar, field trip, fundraiser, class, game, or ? for our calendar … please email info to firstname.lastname@example.org – thank you!