Where else can you go learn about homemade rose tea or fragrant rose syrups in West Seattle on a Saturday and go for “A Wild Edible Walk and Talk” on Sunday? Well there might be a couple of other places, but this one looks fun too! An excerpt from their Rose Blog Blast reads:
“Do you remember being in your grandmothers gardens when the most fragrant roses were in bloom?
Fragrance takes us back to a time in the past, where ..continue reading
West Seattle Land Use Committee -WSLuc
At this meeting as the Person of Interest we will have Paul Haury of the NERDS – Paul and his group have many notches under their belt from experiences with DPD along the Avalon Way Corridor.
Agenda for WSLUC – Wednesday April 29 Meeting
– 6pm Southwest Library on 35th Ave SW:
6pm – Introductions and follow up on our Land Use 101 mini-seminar by Deb Barker and Cindi Barker
6:30pm – Person of Interest – Paul Haury
7:00 – Looking Forward – Discussion and Planning for helping to leverage the various West ..continue reading
Celebrate Earth Week with your neighbors at the West Seattle Tool Library!
Save the Date, Sunday, April 19th from noon to 4pm for fun and food.
Activities for the whole family include,
Healthy local foods BBQ, including veggies, burgers, brats, and delicious side dishes-Kids seed start and worm farming-Free garden tool sharpening and wheel barrow repairs-Free DIYBIKES.org bicycle repair clinics-Bio Char demonstrations-West Seattle Tool Library membership discounts-and for the current members, LATE TOOL RETURN AMNESTY!
Indoors or Outdoors at the Youngstown Cultural and ..continue reading
Second Use Building Materials and NOVO Painting are teaming up to combat the issue of used paint in Seattle. Without a paint stewardship program, Washington residents are forced to dry leftover latex paint with kitty litter or paint hardener and toss it in the landfill.
In effort to divert leftover latex paint from the landfill and get it into the hands of people that need it, Second Use and NOVO Painting are hosting a Used Paint Drive on March 28th from 10-4 at the Second Use Store in SODO.
There is no cost for individuals to drop off leftover ..continue reading
Saturday March 7th
West Seattle Meaningful Movies brings to you
Pay 2 Play: Democracy’s High Stakes
A film by John Wellington Ennis
“Pay 2 Play lays out a compelling case against corporate personhood.” L.A. Times
This humorous and provocative film connects the dots of Big Money in our ever-challenging election process. A layperson’s guidebook to taking back our democracy. Featuring Robert Reich, Van Jones, Marianne Williamson, Noam Chomsky, and many more.
6:30 doors open for snacks and social time
7:00 movie, followed by optional discussion
At High Point Neighborhood ..continue reading
Mayor Ed Murray inspired us all this week when he unveiled his Vision Zero traffic initiative. The plan is to eliminate all traffic fatalities which is a lofty goal indeed but there could be other refreshing results. The main component of the plan is to lower speed limits throughout the city which would lessen the impact in the case of an accident as well as provide a greater reaction time to avoid accidents. These lower speed limits drastically increase the chance ..continue reading
The first WSTB members meeting of 2015 is upon us! On February 19th, come
reconnect with fellow timebankers and learn about the changes taking place
to make us a more vibrant community in West Seattle and Burien.Date: Thursday, February 19, 2015
Where: Senior Center of West Seattle
4217 SW Oregon St. – parking in the lot off 42nd Ave SW
Time: 6:30 – 7:00 Potluck (bring a dish to share)
7:00 – 8:00 Members Meeting
Our meeting will feature:
– The future of WSTB and how it affects you as a member
– Inspiration with upcoming participation ..continue reading
The 2015 Sustainable West Seattle Board of Directors has formed and Officers were determined at the February meeting of the board.
This year’s board consists of:
From left to right
Kellie Phelan, Bryan Fiedorczyk, Eric Thomas, Anya ..continue reading
With the hallmark of Hallmark holidays upon us, the pressure is building. This annual celebration of consumerism is the bane of sustainable and environmentally conscientious individuals everywhere. Americans spend about $3.4 billion on wasteful gifts like cards, candy, and stuffed bears, as reported by Investopedia.
Seattle residents are among the most eco-conscious folks in the nation, thus have a ton of options for avoiding this greedy grind. A haven of fair trade, organic retailers and charitable organizations, Seattle offers couples and singles ..continue reading
All Walk Encouragement Rally follow up.
Sunday was a nice warm day in February reminding us all why we walk to encourage individual climate change action. Up to a dozen participants held signs of encouragement as we occupied the Alaska Junction intersection during the all walk crossing. We had a very favorable response from the public.
All Walk Encouragement rally to encourage personal action on climate pollution and climate change.
Join West Seattle Neighbors for Peace and Justice..continue reading