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On the Go Week of 1-23-17 | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Tuesday, January 24, 2017 | Overcast, 39.2 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter A chef with a vision, Brian Clevenger serves up fresh pasta, seafood, veggies and more at new spot in West Seattle By Lindsay Peyton West Seattle chef Brian Clevenger has a ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... Westside Snow Report 1-22-17 By Greg Whittaker Mountain to Sound Outfitters As winter kicks ... Amanda's View: Ethnic By Amanda Knox   On the morning of December 21st I scanned my ... Police Blotter Week of 1-23-17 Burglary of construction site on 20th Avenue S.W. Police ... News West Seattle Block Watch Captains meeting set for Jan. 24 On the Go Week of 1-23-17 UPDATE: San Juan Apartments closed by City of Seattle in emergency order; More units added to inspection list Standing up for safer neighborhoods: New coalition, City of Seattle weigh in on confronting homelessness Westside Snow Report 1-22-17 West Seattle High School students protest Trump Inauguration in Junction demonstration Open Letter: West Seattle Helpline states commitment to community solidarity Vote on North Highline Annexation may come in 2018: Herbold newsletter outlines details Twelfth Night Productions 'Becky's New Car' debuts Feb. 24 Pump station overflows in West Seattle during heavy rainfall, high tide JuNO land use group to the city: "Affordable housing plans are too much, too fast, please put us last.” Sneak peek: Soprano's Antico in Admiral District preparing for Feb. opening Clerk injured in 7/11 shooting Neighborhood Matching Fund announces NEW funding opportunities for community-initiated projects Missing West Seattle man's remains identified as Richard D. Arneson Delridge Day needs a new leader, is that you? JuNO Land Use community meeting set for Jan. 19 On the Go Week of 1-16-17 Duwamish Longhouse 8th Anniversary celebration set for Jan. 21 White Center leaders forming 'Graffiti Response Team' to address out of control vandalism West Seattle Junction and Chamber get $20,000 grant to answer 'Who is West Seattle now?' City of SeaTac allegedly destroyed public documents related to land grab case West Seattle Junction offering flower basket sponsorships Big Al Brewing in White Center closes unexpectedly West Seattle Artwalk Jan 12 6-9pm On the Go Week of 1-23-17 01/24/2017 updated 5 hours ago Sweet, Sweet Music Fauntleroy Church 9140 California Ave. S.W. Friday, Feb. 10, 7:30 - 9:30 pm. - A wide variety of local talent will warm this winter evening for all ages. $10 adult admission at the door (kids free) includes beverage and dessert. Fellowship Hall. Bystander Intervention Fauntleroy Church 9140 California Ave. SW Thursday, Feb. 23, 6:30 - 8 pm. - Learn practical, safe alternatives to doing nothing when witnessing bullying or harassment. Free in Fellowship Hall. SWEETEN YOUR VALENTINE WEEKEND WITH LOVE, LOVE, LOVE (JUST DON’T STEP ON MY BLUE SUEDE SHOES!) Join ELVIS for dinner and music at The Kenney on Saturday, February 11th from 6:00 - 9:00 pm. 7125 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle. Tickets: $45.00 per person before 2/1/17. $60.00 per person after 2/1/17. Registration deadline: February 9. All proceeds benefit The Kenney Foundation. For more info or to register, call 206-937-2800. Ask for Ellen. Discovery Shop 4535 California Ave. S.W. 206.937.7169 Starting Jan. 22 It’s still winter so now’s the time to take advantage of our sale on a large selection of outdoor jackets and winter coats, reduced 40% starting January 22. Then all items with blue tags are $1.00 starting January 28. Don’t forget to check the white board for unadvertised specials each day and have a look at our Antique, Vintage & Collectible shelves for one of a kind treasures for special gifts or for yourself. You like to shop here, so please consider volunteering here as well to help us meet our commitment to fund a cure for cancer. The all volunteer run, non profit American Cancer Society shop is open Sun. 11 a.m.–3 p.m. and every other day 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Follow our blog at www.discoveryshopwestseattle.org and LIKE us on Facebook. Daystar Toastmasters Daystar Retirement Village 2615 S.W. Barton Sat., Jan. 21, 10–11 a.m. Come as a guest to experience the safe, supportive atmosphere in which you can grow your communication and leadership skills. Improve your ability to think-on-your-feet and become more comfortable speaking to groups. Meetings are the first and third Sat. morning each month from 10–11 a.m.. Arrive 5 to 10 minutes early for orientation. For more information visit daystarclub.toastmastersclubs.org. or call Bill at 206.932.6706. Lions Club of West Seattle Pancake Breakfast Senior Center of West Seattle 2nd floor 4217 S.W. Oregon St. Sat., Jan. 21, 8–11 a.m. Lions Club of West Seattle fundraising event. $7 donation King County Parks Kendo Class White Center Park 1321 S.W. 102nd Every Mon. Jan 2–March 20, 7–9 p.m. Kendo is a Japanese sport developed from Samurai Warrior swordsmanship. lt develops eye-hand-foot coordination, self discipline, and the basic principles of self defense. Students use armor and bamboo sticks when engaged in facilitated matches. lnstructor: Jeff Marsten, 7th Degree Blackbelt-All Japan Kendo Federation, Former US National Champion and Pan Am Champion. $70 for 10 classes. Equipment List: $20 Wood Sword for first class, $25 Bamboo Sword after weeks 4–6. For more info email Jeffrey at jmarsten@comcast.net. Classes for Family Caregivers Alki United Church of Christ 6115 S.W. Hinds St. Feb. 11, 25, March 11, 9:30 a.m.–Noon. Are you or someone you know a caregiver? According to statistics, 80% of all caregiving for adults is done by unpaid family and friends! Informal caregivers, estimated in 2015 at 66 million and growing, have long been the foundation of long term care in the U.S. Supporting these unsung heroes is a mission of Lutheran Community Services Northwest, in conjunction with Alki United Church of Christ in West Seattle. Fostering Caregiver Wellness is a series of classes developed by a geriatric social worker and author and delivered by trained volunteers in local congregations. By providing information and emphasizing self-care, the curriculum prepares people for the role of caregiver along with raising community awareness and helping to prevent caregiver ‘burnout” and isolation. The suggested donation to cover the cost of materials is $5 per session. For more information or to register contact Alki United Church of Christ, 206-935-4611 or office@alkiucc.org. Kiwanis of West Seattle Weekly Meeting The Sisson Building/Senior Center 4217 S.W. Oregon St. www.kiwaniswestseattle.org Every Wed., 6:30–7:30 p.m. Guests Welcome. People dedicated to community service, and we have FUN, too! Sponsor Key Clubs at local High Schools plus many activities to support our community.Established in West Seattle in 1929. Years and years of service to the community. Come check us out! Information: Denis Sapiro, 206.601.4136. West Seattle Block Watch Captains’ Network S.W. Police Precinct 2300 S.W. Webster St. Every fourth Tues., 6:30 – 8 p.m. Our special guest will be Alex Voorhees from the King County Prosecutor’s office. Serial burglars and auto thefts will be our big topics of discussion. She’ll provide an overview of how their office deals with serial offenders—especially offenders involved in property offenses (burglary, auto theft and prowl and ID theft). Everyone is welcome, even if you aren’t a Block Watch Captain! RSVP is appreciated, but not necessary to attend. You can email us at wsblockwatchnet@gmail.com. Early Days Parent Support Group Meetings Nurturing Expressions 4746 44th Ave. S.W., Suite 201 425.243.2355 Every Mon., 10:30 a.m.–Noon (except federal holidays). Early Days uses the MotherWoman format to facilitate an honest discussion of the realities of parenting. Trained facilitators work to create a comfortable environment for folks to share whatever is going on for them, free of judgement or advice. You are not alone! All moms (birth, adoptive, foster) who experience emotional challenges are welcome. Come join a circle of parents that are having similar feelings and challenges! Support people and partners welcome! Suggested donation $10; no one turned away. www.TheEarly Days.org / Facebook: EarlyDays WS / earlydaysws@gmail.com. District Council Meetings Youngstown Cultural Arts Center 4408 Delridge Way S.W. Third Wed., 7–9 p.m. Representatives from neighborhood councils and other community organizations provide reports on what issues and concerns they are working on and announcements about up-coming community meetings and events. Stay-at-Home Dads Hiawatha Playfield Playground 2700 California Ave. S.W. Every Mon. and Thurs. at 9 a.m. A resource and community for stay-at-home dads, fathers who are primary caregiver in their family, and other involved dads are welcome. All fathers are invited. Alzheimer Caregiver Support Group Providence Mt. St. Vincent, 4831 35th Ave S.W. Third Thurs. of the month, 1–2:30 p.m. Caring for someone with memory loss? Do you need information and support? Alzheimer’s Association family caregiver support groups provide a consistent and caring place for people to learn, share and gain emotional support from others who are also on a unique journey of providing care to a person with memory loss. For information call Kristine Kumangai at 206.937.3701 ext. 28345. Volunteer with Food Lifeline to end hunger in Western Washington Every Mon.–Fri., 8:45 a.m.–Noon and 12:45–5 p.m. 40% of food in America goes to waste. You can help change that by volunteering with Food Lifeline’s Fresh Rescue program. Local grocery stores donate perishable and shelf-stable products, including produce, dairy, meat and bakery items. Volunteers work alongside a trained staff to inspect and pack grocery donations for immediate distribution to 275 local food assistance programs. For more information or to sign up to volunteer, please email our volunteer team at volunteer@foodlifeline.org or visit www.foodlifeline.volunteerhub.com. —ONGOING PAID EVENTS— West Seattle TOPS Meeting Providence Mount St. Vincent 4831 35th Ave. S.W. Every Tues. evening, 5:30–7p.m. Everyone is welcome to join us at our “Take Off Pounds Sensibly” weekly meeting, an encouraging weight loss support group. Weigh-in 5:30–6 p.m., Meeting 6–7 p.m. Our group encourages healthy living and loss of pounds, with accountability via our weekly weigh-ins. Informative programs, challenges, awards, encouragement and lots of FUN! TOPS is an extremely affordable program. Convenient and free parking. For more information contact: Linda at 206.932.3021 or Jane at 206.938.4439. West Seattle Lion’s Club Events Senior Center of West Seattle 2nd floor 4217 S.W. Oregon St. Thurs., Noon–1:30 p.m. for lunch and speaker unless otherwise noted. Call Harvey Rowe at 206.762.1221 for reservations by prior Tues. evening. Lunch $7. Take Off Pounds Sensibly Guadalupe Church Pastoral Care Center 7000 35th Ave. S.W. Every Tues., 9:30 a.m. TOPS is an encouraging weight loss support group with weigh-ins every Tuesday. For info: 206.932.2621. Overeaters Anonymous Meetings Peace Lutheran Church 8316 39th Ave. S.W. Every Thurs. evening, 7–8:15 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous is a fellowship of women and men who meet to help solve compulsive overeating (obesity, anorexia and bulimia). The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop eating compulsively. OA is a non-profit international organization patterned after the Twelve-Step Alcoholics Anonymous program. All are welcome. For more info 206.979.6665 or www.seattleoa.org. AARP Defensive Driving Workshop Daystar Retirement Village 2615 S.W. Barton St. First Sat. of every month, ongoing, 9–5:30 p.m. $15 for members, $20 non-members. Call 206.937.6122 for info or to RSVP. Business Network with Westside Professionals Alki Masonic Hall 4736 40th Ave. S.W. Every Wed., 8–9:30 a.m. Build your business through referrals and networking. For info, contact sfelix@quidnunc.net. Join the West Seattle Lion’s Club Senior Center of West Seattle 4217 S.W. Oregon St. 206.762.1221 Meets every Thurs., Noon–1:30 p.m. Irish Dance Lessons West Seattle VFW Hall 3601 S.W. Alaska St. Every Mon. and Tues. in the late afternoon and early evenings. Open to children and adults. Information at 206.851.2102. Deadline for receiving Calendar items is Noon Wednesday for the following week’s Herald/News. Events are published based on timeliness and space available. Email submissions as soon as possible to: calendar@robinsonnews.com. Items can be accepted from nonprofit groups and government agencies only. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. 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