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News Public presents their budget priorities at public meetings on 2017-2018 County Budget 'Dirt Bikes, Drones and Other Ways to Fly' by local author discussed Nov. 4 Overpacked stolen car full of robbery suspects stopped and arrests made Harbor Island will have limited access October 21 - 24 Herbold outlines city council budget timing and proposals Northwest Symphony Orchestra, “Family Favorites” season premiere Friday, Oct. 28 at 7:30 p.m. Highline Performing Arts Center Appeal filed in case of neighbors opposed to home construction on sub standard size lot Southwest Pool to close for three weeks for repairs WSCO Fall Gala and Auction is a community BBQ Nov. 12 Family Halloween Carnival offers fall fun Oct. 29 On the Go Week of 10-17-16 SLIDESHOW: Seattle Parks and Recreation opens Lincoln Park north play area Twelve row house units application filed for 61st Ave SW UPDATE: Second powerful wind storm brought high winds but few problems Lam Bow fire victims still need your help; Biella Foundation offering a matching fund opportunity Weekend weather may affect West Seattle Water Taxi service UPDATE: Power outage hits nearly 4000 from Burien to near South Park; Now down to 855 High wind watch alert issued by National Weather Service UPDATE: More than 4600 lose power in West Seattle; Power restored for many, pockets remain Will we see homeless campers in our parks? Rancorous City Council meeting airs the issues Show the White Center Food Bank some support – head to the 12th annual Harvest Dinner and Auction, Oct. 15 'Bright Room Called Day' is the next production for WSHS Drama Club Seattle Emergency Hub at Alaska Junction will open Oct.23 Second design review meeting set for five story mixed use bldg. on 35th Ave SW Duwamish Alive! seeking volunteers for restoration help on Oct. 22 Conrad Wesselhoeft's 'Dirt Bikes, Drones and Other Ways to Fly' will be discussed by the author on Nov. 4 at 5 pm at the Westwood Village Barnes and Noble. 'Dirt Bikes, Drones and Other Ways to Fly' by local author discussed Nov. 4 Southwest Seattle Historical Society's "Words, Writers & West Seattle" presented at Barnes & Noble/Westwood 10/21/2016 updated less than a minute ago West Seattle author, Conrad Wesselhoeft whose contemporary novels for young adults have won awards here and in Germany will be on hand Nov. 4 at Barnes and Noble/Westwood to talk about his latest book, "Dirt Bikes, Drones and other ways to Fly" In 'Dirt Bikes', a 17-year-old dirt-bike-riding daredevil catches the eye of the U.S. military due to his first-place ranking on a video game featuring drone warfare. The conflict between what the military wants him to do and the emotional scars he has suffered following a violent death in his family creates huge problems for the young man. Wesselhoeft's free presentation will begin at 5PM on Friday, November 4th, at Barnes & Noble/Westwood Village. All purchases made by those attending the talk that afternoon and for the next five days will result in a contribution of ten percent of proceeds to the Southwest Seattle Historical Society under the Barnes and Noble's Book Fair program. Dirt Bikes received the 2014 "Reading the West" award for young-adult fiction. "It's a huge honor, and I'm extremely grateful to the Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Association for choosing my book," author Wesselhoeft said. The "Reading the West" awards honor books set in the Rocky Mountains or Great Plains. Wesselhoeft likes to set his stories in places he has lived, including West Seattle, New Mexico, and "on the road." He is the author of Adios, Nirvana, (2010) another contemporary young-adult novel from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. "Words, Writers & West Seattle's" next First Friday Book-Talk is scheduled for Dec. 2nd and will feature Arleen Williams and her third book of: The Alki Trilogy: Walking Home, a stirring journey into the world of African refugees in a Seattle backdrop. Additional information on future presentations can be obtained by calling Dora-Faye Hendricks, Chair, "Words, Writers & West Seattle" by phone at 206-280-9983 or by e-mail at Dora-Faye@comcast.net. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! 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