West Seattle Event Calendar

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Dec
2
Fri
Winter Wander scavenger hunt @ all over West Seattle
Dec 2 @ 4:00 pm – Dec 11 @ 7:00 pm

Winter Wander is a free, 10-day outdoor adventure designed to bring friends and families together for holiday fun!

Dates/Times: Begins Friday, December 2, 2022 at 5 PM; ends Sunday, December 11, 7 PM

Location: It starts at your front door and takes you wandering through five different West Seattle neighborhoods

Rules/Instruction sheet available for download now here

Clue sheet and map available for download starting at 4 PM December 2 here

Open to West Seattle residents of all ages, as well as their friends and families.

Team registration is now open via email to wswinterwander@gmail.com. Every registered, participating team will receive a $10 gift card from a local business.

$100 gift card for the first team to correctly solve and submit solutions to all 25 clues.

Swag Bag filled with goodies from various West Seattle businesses will be awarded to one team by random drawing.

Donations to West Seattle Food Bank and Toys for Tots deposited in donation barrels at Jefferson Square lobby will earn extra drawing tickets.

Dec
5
Mon
Festival of Trees @ Brookdale Admiral Heights
Dec 5 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Festival of Trees is in full swing at Brookdale Admiral Heights (2326 California Avenue SW). Today through December 8, the public is invited to stop by between 9 am and 5 pm to view the over 14 decorated, artificial trees and wreaths that are up for auction in just over a week. The trees were donated by local businesses and community members and all proceeds from the auction benefit the West Seattle Rotary Service Foundation which serves local youth, seniors, and the greater community. To get in the door, please bring a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

Want to bid on a tree, wreath, or gift certificate? A silent auction will be held at the gala on Thursday, December 8 (ArtWalk night) from 6-8 pm at Brookdale Admiral Heights and is open to the public. An RSVP in advance is appreciated to kjersti@strouplegal.com, and the entrance fee is a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

A big thanks to Brookdale Admiral Heights for sponsoring the event and to the tree and wreath sponsors: American Legion Post 160 of West Seattle, Christine Peak, deNormandie, Sidlo, & Associates, Flower Lab, Inner Alchemy, Kjersti T. Stroup Attorney at Law, Menashe & Sons Jewelers, Olympic LIving Solutions, Sue Lindblom, West Seattle Thriftway, and Woodburn Company.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 5 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 5 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
6
Tue
Kol HaNeshamah donation drive
Dec 6 – Dec 21 all-day

Kol HaNeshamah, the progressive Jewish congregation in West Seattle, is gathering warm hats, gloves, socks and scarves for our West Seattle neighbors in need. Please deliver new or gently used items to KHN at 6115 SW Hinds Street between December 6th and December 21st.

Festival of Trees @ Brookdale Admiral Heights
Dec 6 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Festival of Trees is in full swing at Brookdale Admiral Heights (2326 California Avenue SW). Today through December 8, the public is invited to stop by between 9 am and 5 pm to view the over 14 decorated, artificial trees and wreaths that are up for auction in just over a week. The trees were donated by local businesses and community members and all proceeds from the auction benefit the West Seattle Rotary Service Foundation which serves local youth, seniors, and the greater community. To get in the door, please bring a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

Want to bid on a tree, wreath, or gift certificate? A silent auction will be held at the gala on Thursday, December 8 (ArtWalk night) from 6-8 pm at Brookdale Admiral Heights and is open to the public. An RSVP in advance is appreciated to kjersti@strouplegal.com, and the entrance fee is a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

A big thanks to Brookdale Admiral Heights for sponsoring the event and to the tree and wreath sponsors: American Legion Post 160 of West Seattle, Christine Peak, deNormandie, Sidlo, & Associates, Flower Lab, Inner Alchemy, Kjersti T. Stroup Attorney at Law, Menashe & Sons Jewelers, Olympic LIving Solutions, Sue Lindblom, West Seattle Thriftway, and Woodburn Company.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 6 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 6 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

West Seattle High School Care Package Donation Drive @ WSHS north entrance
Dec 6 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Again this year, our Teen Health Center closes during school winter break. When school is in session, the Teen Health Center provides free hygiene products to all of our students. When our Teen Health Center closes along with the school hours, students in need may experience a gap in these resources. As we did successfully last year, we are organizing another hygiene product, food, and clothing drive for West Seattle High School students. With the help of West Seattle families and students, our goal is to assemble even more care packages this year.

Care packages will include new toothbrushes, bars of soap, socks, granola bars, and hand sanitizer, for example. Last winter, we were able to go beyond just hygiene products and also accept donations of non-perishable foods and warm clothing from our contributors, helping us assemble a total of 80 care packages!

Details about the donation collecting events:

Here are the hygiene products we are looking for:
– unopened hand sanitizer
– unopened protein bars/granola bars/snacks
– packaged masks
– unopened bars of soap
– unopened feminine hygiene products
– unopened deodorant
– unused toothbrushes
– unopened toothpaste
– unopened chapstick
– hand warmers
– any other unopened hygiene products you’re willing to donate are welcome!

Food items in need:
– unopened snacks/protein bars/granola bars
– pasta
– any non-perishable canned foods

Clothing & other items in need (used):
– jackets, sweaters, pants
– backpacks
– socks
– blankets
– gloves, hats, scarves

Donation collecting events:
at WEST SEATTLE HIGH SCHOOL’S HISTORIC ENTRANCE (North side of West Seattle High School, facing Hiawatha)
3000 California Ave SW

– Tuesday, November 22nd 2022 from 3-5 pm
– Tuesday, November 29th 2022 from 3-5 pm
– Tuesday, December 6th 2022 from 3-5 pm

Student volunteers and I, many of which are part of our Teen Health Advisory Council, will then assemble care packages Friday, 12/9. Students in need at West Seattle High School can then pick them up during the week of 12/12-12/16, the week before winter break starts.

Dec
7
Wed
Festival of Trees @ Brookdale Admiral Heights
Dec 7 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Festival of Trees is in full swing at Brookdale Admiral Heights (2326 California Avenue SW). Today through December 8, the public is invited to stop by between 9 am and 5 pm to view the over 14 decorated, artificial trees and wreaths that are up for auction in just over a week. The trees were donated by local businesses and community members and all proceeds from the auction benefit the West Seattle Rotary Service Foundation which serves local youth, seniors, and the greater community. To get in the door, please bring a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

Want to bid on a tree, wreath, or gift certificate? A silent auction will be held at the gala on Thursday, December 8 (ArtWalk night) from 6-8 pm at Brookdale Admiral Heights and is open to the public. An RSVP in advance is appreciated to kjersti@strouplegal.com, and the entrance fee is a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

A big thanks to Brookdale Admiral Heights for sponsoring the event and to the tree and wreath sponsors: American Legion Post 160 of West Seattle, Christine Peak, deNormandie, Sidlo, & Associates, Flower Lab, Inner Alchemy, Kjersti T. Stroup Attorney at Law, Menashe & Sons Jewelers, Olympic LIving Solutions, Sue Lindblom, West Seattle Thriftway, and Woodburn Company.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 7 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 7 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Fauntleroy Church Festival of Trees
Dec 7 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Festival of Trees
December 7, 2022
@ 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Fauntleroy Church, UCC
9140 California Ave. SW

Come enjoy a dozen trees creatively decorated in a wide variety of themes. Bring a food-bank donation as you vote for best of show. Free in Fellowship Hall.

This event will repeat Dec. 14 and 21, same time, same place.

Dec
8
Thu
Festival of Trees @ Brookdale Admiral Heights
Dec 8 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Festival of Trees is in full swing at Brookdale Admiral Heights (2326 California Avenue SW). Today through December 8, the public is invited to stop by between 9 am and 5 pm to view the over 14 decorated, artificial trees and wreaths that are up for auction in just over a week. The trees were donated by local businesses and community members and all proceeds from the auction benefit the West Seattle Rotary Service Foundation which serves local youth, seniors, and the greater community. To get in the door, please bring a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

Want to bid on a tree, wreath, or gift certificate? A silent auction will be held at the gala on Thursday, December 8 (ArtWalk night) from 6-8 pm at Brookdale Admiral Heights and is open to the public. An RSVP in advance is appreciated to kjersti@strouplegal.com, and the entrance fee is a donation of non-perishable food or gently used winter clothing for the West Seattle Food Bank.

A big thanks to Brookdale Admiral Heights for sponsoring the event and to the tree and wreath sponsors: American Legion Post 160 of West Seattle, Christine Peak, deNormandie, Sidlo, & Associates, Flower Lab, Inner Alchemy, Kjersti T. Stroup Attorney at Law, Menashe & Sons Jewelers, Olympic LIving Solutions, Sue Lindblom, West Seattle Thriftway, and Woodburn Company.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 8 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 8 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 8 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
9
Fri
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 9 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 9 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Holiday Night Market at Highland Park Corner Store
Dec 9 @ 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Starry Crowns’ Christmas Concert @ Our Lady of Guadalupe
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Holiday concert – and you can watch the livestream if you can’t be there in person!

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 9 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
10
Sat
Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 10 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Santa’s House in The Junction @ Senior Center of West Seattle
Dec 10 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Visit Santa’s House for DIY photos with Santa!

Seattle Fire Toys For Tots collection at Westwood Village QFC
Dec 10 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Noon-2 pm, Seattle Fire joins with the USMC to host a Toys For Tots collection drive at Westwood Village QFC: “The Marine Corps will accept new and unwrapped toys or monetary donations for the Toys for Tots campaign.”

Santa at Ounces
Dec 10 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Ho, Ho, Ho! Santa is coming! Stop in from 3-6 pm and get your FREE pics with Santa! Kids, Pets, Families…everyone is welcome to come snap some holiday photos with Santa.

Bells of the Sound holiday handbell concert @ Tibbetts United Methodist Church
Dec 10 @ 7:00 pm

Bells of the Sound presents “Let It Snow!”

Bells of the Sound is thrilled to perform for an audience once again! The last two years have been difficult for everyone due to COVID-19, but it’s time to let it snow, get in the winter wonderland spirit, and experience the joy of live handbell music! We hope you’ll enjoy the concert as much as we enjoy performing for you!

Tickets at the door:
$15/adults and $10/youth & seniors
Children under 8 are free

December 10th, 7 pm
Tibbetts United Methodist Church
3940 41st Ave SW

Concert to be livestreamed – see bellsofthesound.org

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 10 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
11
Sun
Holiday Photo Pop-Up at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse
Dec 11 @ 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

2022 Holiday Portrait Pop-Up

plus Food & Pet drive

with Gail Ann Photography & Friends!

Last year we raised over $250 and 100 pounds of food, baby supplies, and pet food.

Let’s do the same this year.

Santa and his elf will make an appearance this year for limited sessions.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 between 3-5 pm

Or

Sunday, Dec 18 between Noon-2 pm

First come first serve. Sign up here:

square.site/book/L10V8J5KJVYW6/gail-ann-photography

Holiday portraits will continue at the Historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse on:

Saturday, December 3, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 11, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Tuesday, December 13, 3 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday, December 14, 3 pm – 7 pm

Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 18, 8:30 am – 2 pm

$55! Make your appointment early!

You’ll be able to create your own holiday cards, or make prints up to 8×10! Gail Ann will donate 20% back to the community via FCSA. A private link of your entire session will be sent within 48 hours for downloading. Sessions by appointment only.

This event is sponsored by Fauntleroy Fall Festival, Gail Ann Photography, Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (FCSA) & Children’s Center (FCC)

Support your community when you stay local!

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 11 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Cocoa, Coat Drive, and Garland Sale @ West Seattle Farmers' Market
Dec 11 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

It’s all happening at the south end of the market.

Pathfinder K-8 handmade wreath sales
Dec 11 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Pathfinder K-8 PTSA is holding our 27th annual wreath fundraiser to benefit outdoor education at Pathfinder K-8 School. After a 2-year hiatus we’re so excited to announce we’re back selling Door Decor – wreaths and other holiday swag at The Junction (next to Wells Fargo) during Farmers Market days December 4th, 11th, and 18th. Everything is 100% unique and made from foraged materials from our yards and tree lots (thank you, Trees by the Sea on Alki!). This year’s selection will be some of our best! For more info: pathfinderk8ptsa.org

Have a hot lead on fallen branches or other supplies we can use in our creations? Email kathleen.hynes@me.com and bae.jungun@gmail.com

Thank you for supporting the kids at Pathfinder School!

Santa and diaper drive at My Three Little Birds
Dec 11 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

10 am-noon, Santa’s at the Junction shop. “No charge. Families can take their own photos. Please bring diapers for WestSide Baby if you wish to donate. We are also doing a diaper drive that day.” (4736 California SW)

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 11 @ 3:00 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
12
Mon
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 12 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 12 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
13
Tue
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 13 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 13 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Holiday Photo Pop-Up at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse
Dec 13 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

2022 Holiday Portrait Pop-Up

plus Food & Pet drive

with Gail Ann Photography & Friends!

Last year we raised over $250 and 100 pounds of food, baby supplies, and pet food.

Let’s do the same this year.

Santa and his elf will make an appearance this year for limited sessions.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 between 3-5 pm

Or

Sunday, Dec 18 between Noon-2 pm

First come first serve. Sign up here:

square.site/book/L10V8J5KJVYW6/gail-ann-photography

Holiday portraits will continue at the Historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse on:

Saturday, December 3, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 11, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Tuesday, December 13, 3 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday, December 14, 3 pm – 7 pm

Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 18, 8:30 am – 2 pm

$55! Make your appointment early!

You’ll be able to create your own holiday cards, or make prints up to 8×10! Gail Ann will donate 20% back to the community via FCSA. A private link of your entire session will be sent within 48 hours for downloading. Sessions by appointment only.

This event is sponsored by Fauntleroy Fall Festival, Gail Ann Photography, Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (FCSA) & Children’s Center (FCC)

Support your community when you stay local!

Hops for the Holidays Bazaar – NEW DATE @ West Seattle Brewing Company
Dec 13 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

NEW DATE: DECEMBER 13

Tuesday, November 29th 6-9 pm
West Seattle Brewing COmpany
4415 Fauntleroy Way SW

Local artists, crafters and makers will be selling their wares at this fun event! Happy Hour all night long! $5 local craft beer and $6 local wine pours.

Family and dog friendly!

Dec
14
Wed
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 14 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 14 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Holiday Photo Pop-Up at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse
Dec 14 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

2022 Holiday Portrait Pop-Up

plus Food & Pet drive

with Gail Ann Photography & Friends!

Last year we raised over $250 and 100 pounds of food, baby supplies, and pet food.

Let’s do the same this year.

Santa and his elf will make an appearance this year for limited sessions.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 between 3-5 pm

Or

Sunday, Dec 18 between Noon-2 pm

First come first serve. Sign up here:

square.site/book/L10V8J5KJVYW6/gail-ann-photography

Holiday portraits will continue at the Historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse on:

Saturday, December 3, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 11, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Tuesday, December 13, 3 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday, December 14, 3 pm – 7 pm

Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 18, 8:30 am – 2 pm

$55! Make your appointment early!

You’ll be able to create your own holiday cards, or make prints up to 8×10! Gail Ann will donate 20% back to the community via FCSA. A private link of your entire session will be sent within 48 hours for downloading. Sessions by appointment only.

This event is sponsored by Fauntleroy Fall Festival, Gail Ann Photography, Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (FCSA) & Children’s Center (FCC)

Support your community when you stay local!

Fauntleroy Church Festival of Trees
Dec 14 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Festival of Trees
December 7, 2022
@ 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Fauntleroy Church, UCC
9140 California Ave. SW

Come enjoy a dozen trees creatively decorated in a wide variety of themes. Bring a food-bank donation as you vote for best of show. Free in Fellowship Hall.

This event will repeat Dec. 14 and 21, same time, same place.

Dec
15
Thu
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 15 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Holiday party with real reindeer
Dec 15 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join Denise with Compass Real Estate in welcoming reindeer from Rainier Ranch to West Seattle for an evening of festive tunes by DJ Blaznpersuasion, a visit with Santa, and toasty cocoa. Thursday, December 15 5-8 PM at 7746 32nd Ave SW. Hope to see you there!

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 15 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
16
Fri
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 16 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Native Art Market at Duwamish Tribe Longhouse
Dec 16 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 16 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Seattle Girls’ Choir at Holy Rosary
Dec 16 @ 7:30 pm

Seattle Girls Choir Presents: Carmina Angelorum
Friday, December 16, 7:30 PM
Holy Rosary Church: 4210 Southwest Genesee Street Seattle, WA 98116
Ticket Link: eventbrite.com/e/carmina-angelorum-songs-of-the-angels-tickets-425900067567

Description: We invite you to an elegant and captivating concert celebrating the holiday season.

Listen as Seattle Girls Choir expertly performs Benjamin Britten’s stunning choral masterpiece, A Ceremony of Carols, for harp and treble voices. You’ll also be treated to some familiar (and perhaps some not as familiar) carols that are sure to provide space for reflection and hope as we make our way through the longest nights of the winter.

Featuring Prime Voci of Seattle Girls Choir, Juliet Stratton on harp, and Savannah Helming on cello.

Dec
17
Sat
Holiday Photo Pop-Up at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse
Dec 17 @ 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

2022 Holiday Portrait Pop-Up

plus Food & Pet drive

with Gail Ann Photography & Friends!

Last year we raised over $250 and 100 pounds of food, baby supplies, and pet food.

Let’s do the same this year.

Santa and his elf will make an appearance this year for limited sessions.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 between 3-5 pm

Or

Sunday, Dec 18 between Noon-2 pm

First come first serve. Sign up here:

square.site/book/L10V8J5KJVYW6/gail-ann-photography

Holiday portraits will continue at the Historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse on:

Saturday, December 3, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 11, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Tuesday, December 13, 3 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday, December 14, 3 pm – 7 pm

Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 18, 8:30 am – 2 pm

$55! Make your appointment early!

You’ll be able to create your own holiday cards, or make prints up to 8×10! Gail Ann will donate 20% back to the community via FCSA. A private link of your entire session will be sent within 48 hours for downloading. Sessions by appointment only.

This event is sponsored by Fauntleroy Fall Festival, Gail Ann Photography, Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (FCSA) & Children’s Center (FCC)

Support your community when you stay local!

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 17 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Native Art Market at Duwamish Tribe Longhouse
Dec 17 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
West Seattle Runner’s 2022 Christmas Light Run
Dec 17 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Meet at West Seattle Runner (2743 California SW) at 6 pm!

We hope you can join us for our annual Christmas Light Run! This will be a leisurely 2 to 3 mile run to look at lights and be in good company. Be sure to wear your reflective gear and lights. We encourage festive! We will serve nog, cider, hot chocolate, and treats afterward. Please feel free to bring food bank donations. We still need to find someone to organize and lead carols. We look forward to this annual time together.

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 17 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
18
Sun
Holiday Photo Pop-Up at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse
Dec 18 @ 8:30 am – 2:00 pm

2022 Holiday Portrait Pop-Up

plus Food & Pet drive

with Gail Ann Photography & Friends!

Last year we raised over $250 and 100 pounds of food, baby supplies, and pet food.

Let’s do the same this year.

Santa and his elf will make an appearance this year for limited sessions.

Wednesday, Dec. 14 between 3-5 pm

Or

Sunday, Dec 18 between Noon-2 pm

First come first serve. Sign up here:

square.site/book/L10V8J5KJVYW6/gail-ann-photography

Holiday portraits will continue at the Historic Fauntleroy Schoolhouse on:

Saturday, December 3, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 11, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Tuesday, December 13, 3 pm – 7 pm

Wednesday, December 14, 3 pm – 7 pm

Saturday, December 17, 8:30 am – 2 pm

Sunday, December 18, 8:30 am – 2 pm

$55! Make your appointment early!

You’ll be able to create your own holiday cards, or make prints up to 8×10! Gail Ann will donate 20% back to the community via FCSA. A private link of your entire session will be sent within 48 hours for downloading. Sessions by appointment only.

This event is sponsored by Fauntleroy Fall Festival, Gail Ann Photography, Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (FCSA) & Children’s Center (FCC)

Support your community when you stay local!

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 18 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Pathfinder K-8 handmade wreath sales
Dec 18 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Pathfinder K-8 PTSA is holding our 27th annual wreath fundraiser to benefit outdoor education at Pathfinder K-8 School. After a 2-year hiatus we’re so excited to announce we’re back selling Door Decor – wreaths and other holiday swag at The Junction (next to Wells Fargo) during Farmers Market days December 4th, 11th, and 18th. Everything is 100% unique and made from foraged materials from our yards and tree lots (thank you, Trees by the Sea on Alki!). This year’s selection will be some of our best! For more info: pathfinderk8ptsa.org

Have a hot lead on fallen branches or other supplies we can use in our creations? Email kathleen.hynes@me.com and bae.jungun@gmail.com

Thank you for supporting the kids at Pathfinder School!

Dance West Seattle presents The Magical Doll Maker @ Highline Performing Arts Center
Dec 18 @ 1:30 pm

Dance! West Seattle has been open in West Seattle (in the Fauntleroy Schoolhouse) for 39 years and we would love to share our holiday show with the community. Our performance is December 18 at 1:30 pm at Highline Performing Arts Center.

Pop-Up Hanukkah in The Junction
Dec 18 @ 5:00 pm
Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 18 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
19
Mon
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 19 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 19 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
20
Tue
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 20 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 20 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 20 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
21
Wed
Drop off home-baked cookies for The Christmas People @ West Seattle Coworking
Dec 21 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Christmas People request home baked cookies for the homeless. Our 24th year: The Christmas People are calling for 7,000 cookies for the homeless and marginalized populations in King County. Drop cookies off at West Seattle Coworking, 9030 35th Avenue SW, Wednesday, December 21th through Friday, December 23rd, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Cookies may also be dropped off at our headquarters, Artisan Community Kitchen, 10836 E. Marginal Way South, Thursday, December 22 thru Sunday, December 25th, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Contact Fred Hutchinson 206-719-4979 or Ruth Bishop 509-961-7736.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 21 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 21 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Fauntleroy Church Festival of Trees
Dec 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Festival of Trees
December 7, 2022
@ 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Fauntleroy Church, UCC
9140 California Ave. SW

Come enjoy a dozen trees creatively decorated in a wide variety of themes. Bring a food-bank donation as you vote for best of show. Free in Fellowship Hall.

This event will repeat Dec. 14 and 21, same time, same place.

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 21 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
22
Thu
Drop off home-baked cookies for The Christmas People @ West Seattle Coworking
Dec 22 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Christmas People request home baked cookies for the homeless. Our 24th year: The Christmas People are calling for 7,000 cookies for the homeless and marginalized populations in King County. Drop cookies off at West Seattle Coworking, 9030 35th Avenue SW, Wednesday, December 21th through Friday, December 23rd, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Cookies may also be dropped off at our headquarters, Artisan Community Kitchen, 10836 E. Marginal Way South, Thursday, December 22 thru Sunday, December 25th, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Contact Fred Hutchinson 206-719-4979 or Ruth Bishop 509-961-7736.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 22 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 22 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
23
Fri
Drop off home-baked cookies for The Christmas People @ West Seattle Coworking
Dec 23 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The Christmas People request home baked cookies for the homeless. Our 24th year: The Christmas People are calling for 7,000 cookies for the homeless and marginalized populations in King County. Drop cookies off at West Seattle Coworking, 9030 35th Avenue SW, Wednesday, December 21th through Friday, December 23rd, 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM.

Cookies may also be dropped off at our headquarters, Artisan Community Kitchen, 10836 E. Marginal Way South, Thursday, December 22 thru Sunday, December 25th, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Contact Fred Hutchinson 206-719-4979 or Ruth Bishop 509-961-7736.

Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 23 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 23 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Q Brothers Christmas Carol at ArtsWest
Dec 23 @ 7:30 pm

In this hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic tale, Ebenezer Scrooge is visited by the Ghosts of Hip-Hop Past, Present, and Future…and a Jamaican Jacob Marley. As Scrooge is shown the path of rhythm and redemption, will he throw off his selfish chains and join the beat? Q BROTHERS CHRISTMAS CAROL mixes everything from reggae to rock, updating and funkifying this beloved tale of love, forgiveness, and Christmas spirit – and transforming it into something altogether new.

Dec
24
Sat
CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY CHURCH SERVICES IN WEST SEATTLE
Dec 24 – Dec 25 all-day

We have just begun to build the list with announcements we receive. westseattleblog@gmail.com is where to send your church’s schedule – thank you!

FAUNTLEROY CHURCH, UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
9140 California SW

Christmas Eve in person 4:00 pm, 7 pm, and 11 pm.
7 pm also streamed on YouTube; visit fauntleroyucc.org for details or call 206-932-5600

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OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
7000 35th SW

Christmas Eve
4 pm Family Mass with Children’s Pageant and The Starry Crowns singers
9 pm Mass with the OLG Choir

Christmas Day
10 am Mass with the OLG Choir

(Also, New Year’s Eve Mass at 5:30 pm)

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TRINITY WEST SEATTLE
7551 35th SW

Christmas Eve
4 pm service: “All are welcome to join us for an evening of carol singing, a kids choir, a reading of the Christmas story, and a special Christmas message!”

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ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
3050 California SW

Saturday, December 24, 5:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Pageant and Holy Eucharist

Saturday, December 24, 10:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Holy Eucharist with incense

Sunday, December 25, 9:30 a.m.
Christmas Day Eucharist with Carols

Friday, January 6, 2023, 6:30 p.m.
Feast of the Epiphany Eucharist and Blessing of Chalk

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Adding more as we get the info

Christmas Day

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 24 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
25
Sun
Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 25 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
26
Mon
Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 26 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
27
Tue
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 27 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 27 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
28
Wed
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 28 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
29
Thu
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 29 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 29 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
30
Fri
Winter Clothing Drive at Dave Newman State Farm Agency
Dec 30 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

In conjunction with the West Seattle Food Bank/West Seattle Helpline we are collecting donations of clothes, coats and shoes until January 1st. The Clothesline has told us there is a great need for warm coats. Please drop off your donations at 3435 California Ave SW. The office is open for donations Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm. For undergarments and socks, please donate only new and unopened packages of clothing items.

Pickup may be available for those who have donations but are unable to transport them.

For further information contact the State Farm office at (206) 932-1878.

Thank you West Seattle for your generosity and spirit of giving.

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 30 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

Dec
31
Sat
CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY CHURCH SERVICES IN WEST SEATTLE
Dec 31 2022 – Jan 1 2023 all-day

We have just begun to build the list with announcements we receive. westseattleblog@gmail.com is where to send your church’s schedule – thank you!

FAUNTLEROY CHURCH, UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
9140 California SW

Christmas Eve in person 4:00 pm, 7 pm, and 11 pm.
7 pm also streamed on YouTube; visit fauntleroyucc.org for details or call 206-932-5600

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OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
7000 35th SW

Christmas Eve
4 pm Family Mass with Children’s Pageant and The Starry Crowns singers
9 pm Mass with the OLG Choir

Christmas Day
10 am Mass with the OLG Choir

(Also, New Year’s Eve Mass at 5:30 pm)

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TRINITY WEST SEATTLE
7551 35th SW

Christmas Eve
4 pm service: “All are welcome to join us for an evening of carol singing, a kids choir, a reading of the Christmas story, and a special Christmas message!”

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ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
3050 California SW

Saturday, December 24, 5:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Pageant and Holy Eucharist

Saturday, December 24, 10:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Holy Eucharist with incense

Sunday, December 25, 9:30 a.m.
Christmas Day Eucharist with Carols

Friday, January 6, 2023, 6:30 p.m.
Feast of the Epiphany Eucharist and Blessing of Chalk

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Adding more as we get the info

Christmas Day

Canna West Culture Shop holiday food drive
Dec 31 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Canna West Culture Shop has teamed up with the West Seattle Food Bank (WSFB) to help the hungry this holiday season by initiating a food drive. Starting today visitors to the Culture Shop, located at 5435 California Avenue, can drop off non-perishable food items that they want to donate for the holidays. In return for their donations, they will be given a coupon for 20% off of a single item in the Culture Shop.

“Our goal is to donate over 1,000 pounds of food this year,” says Canna West Seattle and Culture Shop owner Maryam Mirnateghi. “The West Seattle Food Bank is such a positive force in our community. Participating in their holiday food drive means a lot to me and my employees.”

According to the WSFB website, over 10,000 people currently live below the federal poverty level in West Seattle, a community where the cost of living is 47% higher than the national average. In the year 2020 alone, the WSFB distributed over 2.57 million pounds of food and spent $338,774 on purchased food, providing services for over 15,000 individuals.

Each week during the food drive the WSFB will pick up food donations at the Culture Shop and weigh the donation container’s contents. By the end of the food drive on December 31, the team from the Culture Shop and representatives of the WSFB will have an accurate measurement of how many pounds of food were donated during the Culture Shop’s food drive.

“As inflation and food prices have increased, we are seeing a growing need in the community for our services,” says Breanna Bushaw, Development Director at the WSFB. “We really appreciate our amazing West Seattle community and neighbors who help support the food bank.”

The Culture Shop is open daily from 10 am – 6 pm. After-hours food donations can be deposited at Canna West Seattle, located directly across the street. The Culture Shop will accept non-perishable food items that are unopened and in good condition.

New Year’s Eve & Day walks @ St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church
Dec 31 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day walks again will be hosted by the Emerald City Wanderers at St John the Baptist Episcopal Church. The 6- or 10-kilometer walks are noncompetitive, starting between 4 and 7 PM on New Year’s Eve and between 9 and noon on New Year’s Day. There is no fee though contributions to help defray costs are welcome. Hot soups and beverages will be available during and after the walks. St John’s is at 3050 California Ave SW. Info: emeraldcitywanderers.org. Or 206-851-2101.

Jan
1
Sun
New Year’s Eve & Day walks @ St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church
Jan 1 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day walks again will be hosted by the Emerald City Wanderers at St John the Baptist Episcopal Church. The 6- or 10-kilometer walks are noncompetitive, starting between 4 and 7 PM on New Year’s Eve and between 9 and noon on New Year’s Day. There is no fee though contributions to help defray costs are welcome. Hot soups and beverages will be available during and after the walks. St John’s is at 3050 California Ave SW. Info: emeraldcitywanderers.org. Or 206-851-2101.

Jan
6
Fri
CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY CHURCH SERVICES IN WEST SEATTLE
Jan 6 – Jan 7 all-day

We have just begun to build the list with announcements we receive. westseattleblog@gmail.com is where to send your church’s schedule – thank you!

FAUNTLEROY CHURCH, UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
9140 California SW

Christmas Eve in person 4:00 pm, 7 pm, and 11 pm.
7 pm also streamed on YouTube; visit fauntleroyucc.org for details or call 206-932-5600

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OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE
7000 35th SW

Christmas Eve
4 pm Family Mass with Children’s Pageant and The Starry Crowns singers
9 pm Mass with the OLG Choir

Christmas Day
10 am Mass with the OLG Choir

(Also, New Year’s Eve Mass at 5:30 pm)

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TRINITY WEST SEATTLE
7551 35th SW

Christmas Eve
4 pm service: “All are welcome to join us for an evening of carol singing, a kids choir, a reading of the Christmas story, and a special Christmas message!”

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ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
3050 California SW

Saturday, December 24, 5:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Pageant and Holy Eucharist

Saturday, December 24, 10:00 p.m.
Christmas Eve Holy Eucharist with incense

Sunday, December 25, 9:30 a.m.
Christmas Day Eucharist with Carols

Friday, January 6, 2023, 6:30 p.m.
Feast of the Epiphany Eucharist and Blessing of Chalk

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Adding more as we get the info

Christmas Day