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.

Nov
23
Sat
Beer Church Turkey Bowl 2019 @ West Seattle Bowl
Nov 23 @ 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

The 21st annual Beer Church Turkey Bowl! We will be bowling at the West Seattle Bowl on Saturday, November 23rd from 5:30 to 8 p.m. to benefit the West Seattle Food Bank.

Lanes are completely sold out. Even so, we encourage the community to come join the fun.

– enter to win target raffle prizes (tickets are $5, must be present to win; drawing will be around 7:15 pm)
– bring non-perishable food donations or monetary donations for the food bank
– try a Beer Church IPA – a collaboration beer by Two Beers Brewing, Georgetown Brewing, and Airways Brewing to benefit Northwest Harvest

Feb
10
Mon
Morgan Starbucks ‘Puppuccino’ party
Feb 10 @ 9:29 pm – 10:29 pm

At the Starbucks on California and Fauntleroy, we have just started hosting puppuccino parties once every other month where our customers and employees can come by and hang out on our back patio and get to know each other! We also accept donations for the Seattle Animal Shelter during that time as well as provide free puppuccinos and treats for the dogs.

Our next one which will be on March 23rd from 4-4:30 pm.

Feb
12
Wed
Wine Wednesdays at Northwest Wine Academy @ South Seattle College
Feb 12 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Don’t miss the special set of afternoon tastings – NWWA Wine Wednesdays at the Northwest Wine Academy at South Seattle College – Wednesdays from 2 -5 pm for only $5!

Feb
14
Fri
Valentine’s treats at Locust Cider’s Alki taproom
Feb 14 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm

We will be hosting Indulge Desserts for a sweet treat pop-up. There will also be flights of pink beer and cider!

This event will be from 4 to 9 pm on February 14th. Should be fun!

Feb
19
Wed
Wine Wednesdays at Northwest Wine Academy @ South Seattle College
Feb 19 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Don’t miss the special set of afternoon tastings – NWWA Wine Wednesdays at the Northwest Wine Academy at South Seattle College – Wednesdays from 2 -5 pm for only $5!

Feb
22
Sat
Tin Dog Brewing Anniversary @ Tin Dog Brewing
Feb 22 @ 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tin Dog Brewing is adding blendery to their identity. After all, we have quietly been a blendery since 2016.

We are not just one of 85 breweries in Seattle, we are 1 of 1 blendery as well.

We are not changing our name but making public our focus on blending. This serves two purposes: one is to educate the public on what a blendery is, and the other is to stand out as unique in a crowded field of breweries.

Come find out what our blendery side is all about during our 6th Anniversary. We will have tours of the blendery side of things, including our coolship!

We’ll also have:

  • Charcuterie by Salt Blade Meats
  • Sheep Cheese by Glendale Shepherd
  • Traditional Jazz Trio Tres Steve’s
  • Special Blended Sour Beer Release
  • Flights of Blended Sours Past and Present

Hope you can make it to our new identity party!

Feb
26
Wed
Wine Wednesdays at Northwest Wine Academy @ South Seattle College
Feb 26 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Don’t miss the special set of afternoon tastings – NWWA Wine Wednesdays at the Northwest Wine Academy at South Seattle College – Wednesdays from 2 -5 pm for only $5!

Feb
28
Fri
Benefit cider sales @ South Lincoln Park/Fauntleroy ferry line
Feb 28 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

To raise money and support Immigrant Families Together, students and parents from the Taproot School have been selling lemonade (summer) and Hot Cider (by donation) to ferry travelers and park goers since school began in September. They gather in front of the southern Lincoln Park parking lot, with mobile sellers to catch those in line. All proceeds go to Immigrant Families Together and all supplies have been donated or created by the students and families.

So far this year, the Taproot school sold lemonade for the cause, raising $1,000 from generous West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth travellers in August and $546 from Hot Cider in October. There was a smaller crew in December who raised over $100 during the holiday break. Our enthusiasm continues as we have now organized for a regular series of Hot Cider/Lemonade sales to keep this incredible organization and cause top of mind. We are hoping the warm cider and excited kids will continue to raise awareness, spirits and funds and encourage people to turn out to support the school’s efforts.

Who: Taproot School Students & Families
What: Hot Cider Stand (mobile and stationary) – (Lemonade in warmer months)
Where: Based out of the South Lincoln Park Parking Lot
When:
Friday, January 24
Friday, February 28
Friday, March 28
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 23
Friday, June 27
Why: To raise funds to donate to Immigrant Families Together
Call to Action: We encourage West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth ferry travelers and Lincoln Park goers to support out students in raising money for Immigrant Families Together.

Immigrant Families Together is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organization working to keep families together by providing bond money for parents, legal services, safe housing, clothing, food, cellphones among other vital services to help families have the best possible chance at receiving asylum. For more information about how to help immigrant families stay together or to donate directly, please go (here).

Mar
5
Thu
*POSTPONED* – Sip in SODO @ SODO Urban Works
Mar 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

*Early Thursday afternoon, the Chamber decided to postpone this, new date TBA*

Wine and food in SODO, presented by the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce. Full details here!

Mar
27
Fri
Benefit cider sales @ South Lincoln Park/Fauntleroy ferry line
Mar 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

To raise money and support Immigrant Families Together, students and parents from the Taproot School have been selling lemonade (summer) and Hot Cider (by donation) to ferry travelers and park goers since school began in September. They gather in front of the southern Lincoln Park parking lot, with mobile sellers to catch those in line. All proceeds go to Immigrant Families Together and all supplies have been donated or created by the students and families.

So far this year, the Taproot school sold lemonade for the cause, raising $1,000 from generous West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth travellers in August and $546 from Hot Cider in October. There was a smaller crew in December who raised over $100 during the holiday break. Our enthusiasm continues as we have now organized for a regular series of Hot Cider/Lemonade sales to keep this incredible organization and cause top of mind. We are hoping the warm cider and excited kids will continue to raise awareness, spirits and funds and encourage people to turn out to support the school’s efforts.

Who: Taproot School Students & Families
What: Hot Cider Stand (mobile and stationary) – (Lemonade in warmer months)
Where: Based out of the South Lincoln Park Parking Lot
When:
Friday, January 24
Friday, February 28
Friday, March 28
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 23
Friday, June 27
Why: To raise funds to donate to Immigrant Families Together
Call to Action: We encourage West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth ferry travelers and Lincoln Park goers to support out students in raising money for Immigrant Families Together.

Immigrant Families Together is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organization working to keep families together by providing bond money for parents, legal services, safe housing, clothing, food, cellphones among other vital services to help families have the best possible chance at receiving asylum. For more information about how to help immigrant families stay together or to donate directly, please go (here).

Apr
24
Fri
Benefit cider sales @ South Lincoln Park/Fauntleroy ferry line
Apr 24 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

To raise money and support Immigrant Families Together, students and parents from the Taproot School have been selling lemonade (summer) and Hot Cider (by donation) to ferry travelers and park goers since school began in September. They gather in front of the southern Lincoln Park parking lot, with mobile sellers to catch those in line. All proceeds go to Immigrant Families Together and all supplies have been donated or created by the students and families.

So far this year, the Taproot school sold lemonade for the cause, raising $1,000 from generous West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth travellers in August and $546 from Hot Cider in October. There was a smaller crew in December who raised over $100 during the holiday break. Our enthusiasm continues as we have now organized for a regular series of Hot Cider/Lemonade sales to keep this incredible organization and cause top of mind. We are hoping the warm cider and excited kids will continue to raise awareness, spirits and funds and encourage people to turn out to support the school’s efforts.

Who: Taproot School Students & Families
What: Hot Cider Stand (mobile and stationary) – (Lemonade in warmer months)
Where: Based out of the South Lincoln Park Parking Lot
When:
Friday, January 24
Friday, February 28
Friday, March 28
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 23
Friday, June 27
Why: To raise funds to donate to Immigrant Families Together
Call to Action: We encourage West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth ferry travelers and Lincoln Park goers to support out students in raising money for Immigrant Families Together.

Immigrant Families Together is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organization working to keep families together by providing bond money for parents, legal services, safe housing, clothing, food, cellphones among other vital services to help families have the best possible chance at receiving asylum. For more information about how to help immigrant families stay together or to donate directly, please go (here).

May
22
Fri
Benefit cider sales @ South Lincoln Park/Fauntleroy ferry line
May 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

To raise money and support Immigrant Families Together, students and parents from the Taproot School have been selling lemonade (summer) and Hot Cider (by donation) to ferry travelers and park goers since school began in September. They gather in front of the southern Lincoln Park parking lot, with mobile sellers to catch those in line. All proceeds go to Immigrant Families Together and all supplies have been donated or created by the students and families.

So far this year, the Taproot school sold lemonade for the cause, raising $1,000 from generous West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth travellers in August and $546 from Hot Cider in October. There was a smaller crew in December who raised over $100 during the holiday break. Our enthusiasm continues as we have now organized for a regular series of Hot Cider/Lemonade sales to keep this incredible organization and cause top of mind. We are hoping the warm cider and excited kids will continue to raise awareness, spirits and funds and encourage people to turn out to support the school’s efforts.

Who: Taproot School Students & Families
What: Hot Cider Stand (mobile and stationary) – (Lemonade in warmer months)
Where: Based out of the South Lincoln Park Parking Lot
When:
Friday, January 24
Friday, February 28
Friday, March 28
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 23
Friday, June 27
Why: To raise funds to donate to Immigrant Families Together
Call to Action: We encourage West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth ferry travelers and Lincoln Park goers to support out students in raising money for Immigrant Families Together.

Immigrant Families Together is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organization working to keep families together by providing bond money for parents, legal services, safe housing, clothing, food, cellphones among other vital services to help families have the best possible chance at receiving asylum. For more information about how to help immigrant families stay together or to donate directly, please go (here).

Jun
26
Fri
Benefit cider sales @ South Lincoln Park/Fauntleroy ferry line
Jun 26 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

To raise money and support Immigrant Families Together, students and parents from the Taproot School have been selling lemonade (summer) and Hot Cider (by donation) to ferry travelers and park goers since school began in September. They gather in front of the southern Lincoln Park parking lot, with mobile sellers to catch those in line. All proceeds go to Immigrant Families Together and all supplies have been donated or created by the students and families.

So far this year, the Taproot school sold lemonade for the cause, raising $1,000 from generous West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth travellers in August and $546 from Hot Cider in October. There was a smaller crew in December who raised over $100 during the holiday break. Our enthusiasm continues as we have now organized for a regular series of Hot Cider/Lemonade sales to keep this incredible organization and cause top of mind. We are hoping the warm cider and excited kids will continue to raise awareness, spirits and funds and encourage people to turn out to support the school’s efforts.

Who: Taproot School Students & Families
What: Hot Cider Stand (mobile and stationary) – (Lemonade in warmer months)
Where: Based out of the South Lincoln Park Parking Lot
When:
Friday, January 24
Friday, February 28
Friday, March 28
Friday, April 24
Friday, May 23
Friday, June 27
Why: To raise funds to donate to Immigrant Families Together
Call to Action: We encourage West Seattle/Vashon/Southworth ferry travelers and Lincoln Park goers to support out students in raising money for Immigrant Families Together.

Immigrant Families Together is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organization working to keep families together by providing bond money for parents, legal services, safe housing, clothing, food, cellphones among other vital services to help families have the best possible chance at receiving asylum. For more information about how to help immigrant families stay together or to donate directly, please go (here).

Nov
26
Thu
West Seattle coffee shops open Thanksgiving Day 2020
Nov 26 all-day

Updated 11/26/2020

We’re compiling this list of independent local coffee shops planning to be open Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 26th) 2020. From past experience we can tell you that plans might change between the time we got this info and the holiday’s arrival, especially in this unpredictable year.

C & P Coffee Company (WSB sponsor): Open 7 am-4 pm. Window service, alley side. (5612 California SW)

Cupcake Royale: Open 9 am-noon. (4556 California SW)

Dubsea Coffee: Open 8 am-3 pm. (9910 8th SW)

Freshy’s: Open 7 am-2 pm for takeout. Soups & sandwiches as well as coffee/beverages. (2735 California SW)

Lula Coffee Co.: Open 6 am-2 pm. Features a drive-thru window. (4451 California SW)

Mocha Mojo: Drive-up/walk-up, open 7:30 am-11:30 am. (30th/Roxbury)

Nos Nos Coffee House (WSB sponsor): Open 8 am-2 pm for coffee and pastries only. (6080 35th SW)

Realfine Coffee: Open 7 am-1 pm. (4480 Fauntleroy Way SW)

The Birdhouse: Open 7 am-noon. (3507 SW Henderson)

West Bay Espresso: Drive-thru/walk-up. Open 7 am-1 pm. (2255 Harbor SW)

West Seattle Grounds: Open 7 am-1 pm. (2141 California SW)

Youngstown Coffee Company: Open 8 am-1 pm. (6032 California SW)

We’re still checking – will add anyone else we find – westseattleblog@gmail.com if you have info – thank you!

Jan
24
Sun
Mission Cantina fundraiser for Genesee Hill Elementary @ Mission Cantina
Jan 24 all-day

January Dine Out for Genesee Hill – Mission Cantina

The Genesee Hill Elementary Restaurant of the Month is Mission Cantina! This is a two-day fundraising event taking place on January 24 and 25 (next Sunday and Monday)! Mission Cantina will generously donate 20% of ALL sales that the restaurant makes on those days. This includes all food, alcohol, gift cards, and Mission Cantina’s “Whole Enchilada” take-and-bake kit. To order regular menu items, please call Mission directly at 206-937-8220. The restaurant will begin to take phone orders starting at 11 am both days. Please note, we are trying to encourage families to work with the restaurant directly rather than use 3rd-party apps such as GrubHub and Ubereats to help the staff get more of the funds from tips and orders.

“The Whole Enchilada” Take-and-Bake Kit

This delicious kit gives you all of the items below for ONLY $60 plus tax (gratuity not included). We are taking orders in advance for this awesome deal until January 21. Please click on the Signup Genius so that you can reserve your dinners for pick-up on one of the two days, with payment at pickup.

· Chips and salsa
· Child-sized black bean and cheese enchiladas
· Potato, carnitas, chicken, green chili enchiladas
· Red rice and Black beans
· Cheese and three different enchilada sauces

Jan
25
Mon
Mission Cantina fundraiser for Genesee Hill Elementary @ Mission Cantina
Jan 25 all-day

January Dine Out for Genesee Hill – Mission Cantina

The Genesee Hill Elementary Restaurant of the Month is Mission Cantina! This is a two-day fundraising event taking place on January 24 and 25 (next Sunday and Monday)! Mission Cantina will generously donate 20% of ALL sales that the restaurant makes on those days. This includes all food, alcohol, gift cards, and Mission Cantina’s “Whole Enchilada” take-and-bake kit. To order regular menu items, please call Mission directly at 206-937-8220. The restaurant will begin to take phone orders starting at 11 am both days. Please note, we are trying to encourage families to work with the restaurant directly rather than use 3rd-party apps such as GrubHub and Ubereats to help the staff get more of the funds from tips and orders.

“The Whole Enchilada” Take-and-Bake Kit

This delicious kit gives you all of the items below for ONLY $60 plus tax (gratuity not included). We are taking orders in advance for this awesome deal until January 21. Please click on the Signup Genius so that you can reserve your dinners for pick-up on one of the two days, with payment at pickup.

· Chips and salsa
· Child-sized black bean and cheese enchiladas
· Potato, carnitas, chicken, green chili enchiladas
· Red rice and Black beans
· Cheese and three different enchilada sauces

Feb
26
Fri
‘Here for the Beer’ @ online
Feb 26 @ 5:30 pm

The Southwest Seattle Historical Society is delighted to announce “Here for the Beer! How Craft Beer Has Shaped Seattle’s Community Identity,” a live Zoom presentation and panel discussion on Friday, February 26 at 5:30 PM. Join us for a presentation mapping out the history of craft beer in Seattle, and hear from local favorites The Good Society, Future Primitive Brewing, and Elliott Bay Brewing Company as to what makes beer on the Duwamish Peninsula so unique. Registration is required.

Craft brewing hit the beer market for the first time in the 1980s, and since then has revolutionized the way that beer is produced and sold in the United States. The Pacific Northwest quickly became a hub for great beer, and today Seattle is especially known for its local breweries in every neighborhood. We’ll explore a brief history of craft beer in the Pacific Northwest with Maggie Kase, the Programs and Interpretation Coordinator at the Southwest Seattle Historical Society. Then, we’ll zoom in on the Duwamish Peninsula to hear firsthand why beer is such a big part of Seattleites’ sense of community identity, and what makes beer in West Seattle and White Center so special.

Thank you to our partners The Good Society, Future Primitive Brewing, and Elliott Bay Brewing Company for making this program possible.

For more details and to register, please visit our website or contact Maggie at programs@loghousemuseum.org.