West Seattle Event Calendar

*NOTE: We’ve ramped the calendar back to some level of usefulness, as more events continue being planned, both online and in-person, so let us know if you have something coming up that’s open to the public!*

Want your West Seattle event/meeting/etc. to be listed here? Please send basic info to westseattleblog@gmail.com – thanks! Please include full details AS PLAIN TEXT IN YOUR E-MAIL, *not* in an attached doc/poster/flyer/etc. A web link for more info helps too. Thank you!

USING THE CALENDAR: Mouse over any entry to show the “plus” sign at right; click it to expand the item for more info without leaving this page; click “read more” for the FULL listing./question.

Oct
20
Wed
Duwamish River, Longfellow Creek photo exhibits at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center @ times vary
Oct 20 all-day

Join us for the premiere of two powerful photo exhibits The Green-Duwamish, One River for All and t?áwi, Creek of HOPE
by renown photojournalist and author Tom Reese. The exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river. Experience the uniqueness of our river with these stunning photographs.

Also showing is the premier of Tom’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit t?áwi, Creek of HOPE , the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliott Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many complex changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little known places of the creek, its human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.

The exhibit runs through Sat. Oct 9th—Nov 6th as part of Duwamish Alive!
Viewing Days and Times:
Wednesdays: 4:00 — 6:00 pm
Saturdays: noon — 4:00 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Admission: FREE
Special showings of groups 5 or more can be arranged through DNDA at dnda.org

Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition.
This exhibit complements The SPIRIT RETURNS 2.0: A DUWAMISH AND SETTLER STORY exhibits at the Duwamish Longhouse and Log House Museum.

Oct
23
Sat
Duwamish River, Longfellow Creek photo exhibits at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center @ times vary
Oct 23 all-day

Join us for the premiere of two powerful photo exhibits The Green-Duwamish, One River for All and t?áwi, Creek of HOPE
by renown photojournalist and author Tom Reese. The exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river. Experience the uniqueness of our river with these stunning photographs.

Also showing is the premier of Tom’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit t?áwi, Creek of HOPE , the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliott Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many complex changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little known places of the creek, its human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.

The exhibit runs through Sat. Oct 9th—Nov 6th as part of Duwamish Alive!
Viewing Days and Times:
Wednesdays: 4:00 — 6:00 pm
Saturdays: noon — 4:00 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Admission: FREE
Special showings of groups 5 or more can be arranged through DNDA at dnda.org

Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition.
This exhibit complements The SPIRIT RETURNS 2.0: A DUWAMISH AND SETTLER STORY exhibits at the Duwamish Longhouse and Log House Museum.

Oct
27
Wed
Duwamish River, Longfellow Creek photo exhibits at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center @ times vary
Oct 27 all-day

Join us for the premiere of two powerful photo exhibits The Green-Duwamish, One River for All and t?áwi, Creek of HOPE
by renown photojournalist and author Tom Reese. The exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river. Experience the uniqueness of our river with these stunning photographs.

Also showing is the premier of Tom’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit t?áwi, Creek of HOPE , the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliott Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many complex changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little known places of the creek, its human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.

The exhibit runs through Sat. Oct 9th—Nov 6th as part of Duwamish Alive!
Viewing Days and Times:
Wednesdays: 4:00 — 6:00 pm
Saturdays: noon — 4:00 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Admission: FREE
Special showings of groups 5 or more can be arranged through DNDA at dnda.org

Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition.
This exhibit complements The SPIRIT RETURNS 2.0: A DUWAMISH AND SETTLER STORY exhibits at the Duwamish Longhouse and Log House Museum.

Oct
30
Sat
Duwamish River, Longfellow Creek photo exhibits at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center @ times vary
Oct 30 all-day

Join us for the premiere of two powerful photo exhibits The Green-Duwamish, One River for All and t?áwi, Creek of HOPE
by renown photojournalist and author Tom Reese. The exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river. Experience the uniqueness of our river with these stunning photographs.

Also showing is the premier of Tom’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit t?áwi, Creek of HOPE , the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliott Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many complex changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little known places of the creek, its human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.

The exhibit runs through Sat. Oct 9th—Nov 6th as part of Duwamish Alive!
Viewing Days and Times:
Wednesdays: 4:00 — 6:00 pm
Saturdays: noon — 4:00 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Admission: FREE
Special showings of groups 5 or more can be arranged through DNDA at dnda.org

Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition.
This exhibit complements The SPIRIT RETURNS 2.0: A DUWAMISH AND SETTLER STORY exhibits at the Duwamish Longhouse and Log House Museum.

Nov
3
Wed
Duwamish River, Longfellow Creek photo exhibits at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center @ times vary
Nov 3 all-day

Join us for the premiere of two powerful photo exhibits The Green-Duwamish, One River for All and t?áwi, Creek of HOPE
by renown photojournalist and author Tom Reese. The exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river. Experience the uniqueness of our river with these stunning photographs.

Also showing is the premier of Tom’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit t?áwi, Creek of HOPE , the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliott Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many complex changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little known places of the creek, its human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.

The exhibit runs through Sat. Oct 9th—Nov 6th as part of Duwamish Alive!
Viewing Days and Times:
Wednesdays: 4:00 — 6:00 pm
Saturdays: noon — 4:00 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Admission: FREE
Special showings of groups 5 or more can be arranged through DNDA at dnda.org

Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition.
This exhibit complements The SPIRIT RETURNS 2.0: A DUWAMISH AND SETTLER STORY exhibits at the Duwamish Longhouse and Log House Museum.

Nov
6
Sat
Duwamish River, Longfellow Creek photo exhibits at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center @ times vary
Nov 6 all-day

Join us for the premiere of two powerful photo exhibits The Green-Duwamish, One River for All and t?áwi, Creek of HOPE
by renown photojournalist and author Tom Reese. The exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river. Experience the uniqueness of our river with these stunning photographs.

Also showing is the premier of Tom’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit t?áwi, Creek of HOPE , the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliott Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many complex changes of the region as it has developed. Discover little known places of the creek, its human and wildlife connections, and the questions we face about its future.

The exhibit runs through Sat. Oct 9th—Nov 6th as part of Duwamish Alive!
Viewing Days and Times:
Wednesdays: 4:00 — 6:00 pm
Saturdays: noon — 4:00 pm
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98106
Admission: FREE
Special showings of groups 5 or more can be arranged through DNDA at dnda.org

Exhibits are presented by Tom Reese, Lisa Parsons, Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association and Duwamish Alive Coalition.
This exhibit complements The SPIRIT RETURNS 2.0: A DUWAMISH AND SETTLER STORY exhibits at the Duwamish Longhouse and Log House Museum.