Relive the December 3rd Hometown Holidays tree lighting and night market through this video shot by Jaroslaw Media.
-…Star light, star bright, paper stars I see tonight…
CAPERS 4525 California Avenue SW, Seattle WA 98116
9am-5pm Sunday, 10am-6pm Monday- Saturday
HICKMAN HOUSE GIVING TREE
Please join CAPERS this holiday season for the 27th Annual Hickman House Giving Tree. Every year CAPERS sponsors this event to help those in our neighborhood who are less fortunate. The CAPERS Giving Tree benefits Hickman House, a local transitional housing program for women and children who are recovering from domestic violence.
Participating is easy.
- Choose a star from our tree at our location in West Seattle.
- Purchase the wish
- Return your gift to CAPERS by 12/22, just in time for holiday giving (no giftwrap needed!)
DID YOU KNOW?
Hickman House is fully furnished 10-unit apartment complex and transitional housing program for survivors of domestic violence. Hickman House’s mission is to help transition families exiting emergency shelter back to self-sufficient living. During 6 to 24 month stays, Hickman House allows families time to gather resources to become economically independent and to strengthen their social support systems while living in a safe, supportive environment.
CAPERS is the home entertaining and gift shop in the West Seattle Junction that features locally sourced, eco-friendly and fairly-traded products to make your house a home. Owner, Lisa Myers and staff, dedicate both time and resources to help those in the neighborhood that are less fortunate.
To learn more visit www.Capershomeseattle.com, or call them at 206-932-0371
5pm – 6:30pm
4525 California Ave SW
Come on over to CAPERS on Saturday, December 10th 5pm – 6:30pm to hear the sweet sounds of some of West Side Music Academy‘s students! These kids have been busily practicing their instruments and can’t wait to spread their holiday cheer. Listen to the kids while shopping at CAPERS for the perfect West Seattle gift.
West Side Music is located just at the edge of the West Seattle Junction at California and Dakota streets and has been happily sharing music in the West Seattle community since 1999, offering lessons, music therapy, and instrument rentals.
The Holiday season is particularly difficult for those in need and the West Seattle Food Bank needs help now more than ever. It is with this in mind there is a ‘Campout for a Cause’ food drive in the West Seattle Hotwire Coffee Parking Lot (4410 California Ave SW) this Friday evening 12/2 through Saturday 12/03/16. The goal is to fill the staging area with non-perishable food donations from the greater West Seattle Community folks and businesses. They will also be accepting cash, check and charge donations on site in lieu of food. All proceeds go to the Food Bank.
This effort is being organized by Owen Wright of Wright Innovations & Design, E. Glenn Leimbacher of PromoShop, and the Hotwire Coffee folks. “We are always looking for ways to help the community” said Owen Wright, “Combining my love of camping out rain or shine with the needs of the West Seattle Food Bank is a big winner in my mind”. “We’ll be out there with tents, sleeping bags, and a fire pit making S’mores for those who come by and donate”. He added.
The Campout will coincide with the Junction Christmas Tree Lighting so why not come on out and make a night of it. Shop, Donate, and get into the Holiday Spirit. Those that come by will also receive a free gift while supplies last!
Questions, donations and comments can be directed to;
Owen Wright at 206-380-7518 or E. Glenn Leimbacher at 206-423-8059.
4526 California Ave SW
Sunday, December 10th
10am – 1pm
Sing carols with your family at the Tree Lighting Event, then join the first Junction Street Night Market, hosted by your favorite shops (Bakery Nouveau and West Seattle Cyclery). Buy local West Seattle swag (Seattle Logo Pro), and even pick up a wreath or tree (Holy Rosary). Meet Santa and snap some pics, take a listen to holiday duo Sundae+Mr Goessl – all without leaving West Seattle.
Because whether you celebrate Christmas in your community, Hanukkah in your hamlet, or Kwanzaa in the confines of our little “island,” there’s nothing more personal than coming together in your very own neighborhood to share the true spirit of the season with loving family, caring neighbors and cherished friends.
Start your own Hometown Holiday tradition this year—see you in The Junction for the tree lighting and night market!
Saturday, December 3rd
Junction Plaza Park (42nd and Alaska St)
Night Market 4pm – 8pm
Tree Lighting 4:30pm – 5:30pm
Nov 26 is #SmallBizSat and we want our West Seattle neighborhood to feel the love when you shop in the Junction.
Download the PDF to print all the small-business-saturday-deals
Sound and Fog 15% all wine bottles and bags of coffee.
Funky Janes 25 % off the entire store and 40% off Holiday items with tickets punched with a heart.
Glow Medispa 10% off all products on Saturday 11/26, including Latisse.
Thunder Road Guitars 15% off select guitars and amplifiers, 15% off most pedals, Pedal giveaway Saturday. Friday – Saturday 10-6, Sun 11-4.
Fleurt Fleurt Shop Small Saturday
1. All shoppers at Fleurt can enjoy a savings of 10% off all purchases for the day.
2. With every purchase at Fleurt, customers will receive a free gift.
3. With purchases at Fleurt of $150+, customers will receive a free holiday scented candle.
4. Lucky door prizes throughout the day.
5. Enter to win a Holiday centerpiece planter.
Skincare by Casey 20% of all gift certificate purchases to West Side Baby 25% off all services for new guests through 1/31
Sound Advice Cellular FREE iPhone 7 with eligible trade-in
Carmilias take 20% off your clothing purchase
Easy Street new art show!!! Ames Bros
Discovery Shop 50% off China Dinnerware Sets
School of Rock Sign up now through Cyber Monday (November 28) and receive 33 1/3% off our amazing summer camps! AC/DC, Beatles, Stones, Sub Pop Records and all kinds of amazing options this year.
Emerald Water Anglers – Receive a $25 gift card with any purchase over $100
– Receive a $50 gift card with any purchase over $300
– Receive a $100 gift card with any purchase over $500
– Receive a FREE half day guided fly fishing trip ($350 value) with any purchase over $1000
– Receive a FREE full day guided fly fishing trip ($500) with any purchase over $1500
Bin 41 will be hosting a small business Saturday wine tasting from 3:30-5 pm. In the spirit of small business Saturday we’ll featuring small producers where Old World meets New World. Tasting fee is $5 per person, refundable with a bottle purchase of the featured wines.
West Seattle Computers 10% off all TP-Link home networking equipment including routers, modems, and hubs.
Red Cup Espresso free candy cane with every ordered drink!
West 5 Happy Hour from noon until six Saturday
City Mouse Studio 20% off the entire store including sale items so we will have a bunch of Tea Collection dresses and pants at $15 and tees at $12 as well as other great deals on clothing and shoes.
Curious Kidstuff $10.00 off one item over $50.00
Twilight Gallery Saturday Trunk show with Jennifer Spring Ceramics
Participating in the first year of Little Boxes Seattle
Next to Nature 10% off on purchases of any packaged dog or cat treats, same size, same kind.
Discovery Shop West Seattle American Cancer Society Discovery Shop is featuring 40% off all clothing
Capers Home CAPERS will be offering shoppers a $10 gift card, to be used in the month of December, for every $50 spent on Small Business Saturday.
The Matador $50 in gift cards, get $10 free; Buy $100 in gift cards, get $30 free
Shelby’s Bistro and Ice Creamery free appetizer with the purchase of two adult entrees on Small Biz Sat
Antique Mall of West Seattle 10% off
Click! Design that Fits Lamzac the Original Holiday Extravaganza and the Fatboy 20% off Holiday Event. Lamzac (the inflatable lounge) is $59.99 through the end of the year (regularly $79), and the Fatboy bean bags and hammocks are 20% off
Relive Harvest Festival as we follow the band around the Junction.
Thank to you Mark Jaroslaw of Jaroslaw Media for shooting the video.