Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide

Entertainment and Venue listings

Admiral Theater
2343 California Ave. S.W.
Movie tickets $5.50

On Tuesday, we celebrate Seniors (over 60) with one dollar off all day, $4.75. 
Tickets available at http://www.farawayentertainment.com/admiral.html

4711 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116
206) 938-0339

Beveridge Place Pub
6413 California Ave. S.W.
Happy Hour: Monday through Friday, 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 6 p.m.

The Bridge
6301 California Ave. S.W.
Food till 1am every day!

SAT & SUN: 9AM - 2AM
3PM -6PM 11PM- 1AM

The Bridge
6301 California Ave. S.W.
Food till Midnight every day!
SAT & SUN: 9AM - 2AM
HAPPY HOUR Monday-Saturday
3PM -6PM (food & drinks) 11PM- 1AM (drinks only)
10% discount (on beverages) for Teachers & Military with ID

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Log preservationist David Rogers will teach and speak at Log House Museum Aug. 9

Expert log preservationist David Rogers will be featured in a two part event at West Seattle's Log House Museum on Aug. 9.

Rogers was the contractor for restoration of its “Birthplace of Seattle” Log House Museum 18 years ago.

The Southwest Seattle Historical Society's guest appearances are also supported by 4Culture.

The first event, free and open to the public, will run from 2 to 4 p.m. in the museum’s Circle Courtyard, 3003 61st Ave. S.W., where Rogers will conduct an interactive demonstration of log-restoration techniques and describe in detail the hands-on work he did on the museum.

The second event, a fundraiser for the historical society, is a no-host dinner at West 5 Lounge, 4539 California Ave. S.W. in the West Seattle Junction, at which Rogers will speak about the importance of preserving and restoring log structures. Admission is a $10 donation, payable at the door or online at http://www.loghousemuseum.info/events/welcome-back-david-rogers/. (Any food or drink ordered is in addition to the donation.)

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From left are Carol Baker, Sandra DeMeritt, Sharon Baker, Denise Dahn, Mark Alness, Rebecca Watson, and Michael Yadrick. This group

Signs in Lincoln and Schmitz Park ask that you preserve the forest floor

Preserving the forest floor and the entire ecosystem in public parks is a big job not always possible for the Parks Dept. alone to keep up with. Volunteers can make the difference.

Recently signs, concieved and created by artist Denise Dahn, that call attention to visitors that the forest floor needs protection have gone up in both Schmitz and Lincoln Parks. The signs, costing about $400 eachl, ask that people keep pets on a leash and stay on the trail. The money was raised through donations to Seattle Nature Alliance, a nonprofit organization - http://seattlenaturealliance.org but the two signs in Schmitz Park were paid for by Dahn herself.

A QR code on the sign links to the Friends of Lincoln Park Blog

The signs are part of a larger effort to help preserve the parks, for generations to come by removing non native plants, planting new native plants and raising awareness of the need to preserve public park lands.

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