New Neighborhood Group in West Seattle. Here’s their vision for West Seattle seniors.
Next Meeting: Tuesday, October 11th 5pm – 6:30pm Senior Center of West Seattle
We are working to create a Village on the Westside. A Village is a member-driven, intergenerational, grassroots organization bringing neighbors together to help each other stay in their community as they age. Members have one-call access to volunteer help for in-home services, transportation and vetted service providers as well as social and educational events that support connectedness and friendships. At its core, a Village is based on reciprocity – with Village members using their skills to help other members while receiving the support they need to remain in their community.
The Village movement began in Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood in 2002 and has since spread to over 200 communities nationwide. There are currently 3 Villages in Seattle and several other neighborhoods are in various stages of planning theirs. Our village is called “Westside Neighbors Network.” Our stated mission is: To nurture a lively and engaged community that celebrates and supports positive aging. Village members connect with each other, with knowledge, and with resources to enable them to live full lives as they age in their westside neighborhood.
Please join us for OctoberArt Walk, (10/13) from 6 – 9pm! Spend the evening strolling and exploring West Seattle while enjoying art, music, and more. Our participating artists, businesses, and organizations are planning some great events to celebrate our vibrant art culture in West Seattle!
Date: Thursday, September 22nd
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Meet the staff!
Special package discounts (available only at our Open House!)
Free drawing for a Glow Medical Facial
Information on all our services
Live demonstration of Vanquish ME Non-Surgical Fat Reduction
Harvest Festival and Trick-or-Treat in the West Seattle Junction.
Sunday, October 30th
10am – 2pm
The Junction’s Harvest Festival has become a favorite fall event for West Seattle. Join us for a day of community fun as we celebrate this season of change.
There will be activities for kids sponsored by our local businesses and organizations, a chili cook-off, costumes and prizes, trick-or-treating, and of course great fall bounty brought to The Junction by our local West Seattle Farmers Market.
The Harvest Festival is great time to come together as a neighborhood and celebrate our community spirit!
Harvest Festival 10am – 2pm
Farmers Market 10am – 2pm
Chili Cook Off (all proceeds benefit West Seattle Food Bank) 11am West Seattle High School Band and Kids Parade (meet at Junction Plaza park 11:15am 44th & Alaska) 11:30am
Trick or Treat 12 Noon
Casey Rasmussen is a Master Esthetician who has been providing esthetic facial and body services in the medical/spa industry since 1996. Her experience ranges from managing small mom and pop salons to starting up, managing and practicing at award-wining, multi-million dollar spas.
Casey’s specialties are twofold. On the one hand, she focuses on results-oriented skin care, applying medical skin therapies to combat skin disorders and has advanced skin care certifications in microdermabrasion, ultrasonics, medical grade peels (Jessner, TCA, Glycolics, Lactics) UV Camera, and other skin care services. On the other, she ensures that her clients experience the highest level of care and service possible, leaving them feeling relaxed, rejuvenated and most of all, beautiful.
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She offers regular Botox/filler events with a reputable Seattle physician quarterly, changes her artwork out regularly- current artist is Cheryl Zahniscer who is also showing at Capers. She has private parking (32 spaces) in the building and her new space is gorgeous, fully renovated, quiet and private. Casey is by appointment only and specialize in anti-aging, acne and problem skin- use a paraben free, fragrance free line that’s made in and organic facility. The environment is extremely relaxing, peaceful and welcoming and all facials include what you might expect from a larger spa. Casey also curates home goods, jewelry and art from other makers for my guests interest.
Also a WSB sponsor and donate regularly to community schools and charities. You can call Casey for an appointment at 206.788.5677.
West Seattle HARVEST FESTIVAL
And Trick-or-Treat in The Junction (starts at 12 Noon)
Sunday October 30th, 10am – 2pm
West Seattle schools, non-profits, and businesses are invited to provide a Harvest Activity for kids in the neighborhood. This will help make a fun and healthy event for our community! The applicant will provide the materials and their own tent.
It is free to participate and the Harvest Committee will choose the projects best suited for the event. Your Harvest Activity must be a fun kids activity and meet ALL of the guidelines…
Activity must be FREE and suited to children. No sales.
Must try to have a Harvest connection and be an activity or project
Activity should not be an advertisement or promotion of the applicant. Of course have your banner and some materials, but the emphasis is on giving kids a fun activity.
Handing out candy 12 Noon.
NOTE: We will receive more applications than space allows, therefore acceptance into the event is not guaranteed. Applicants will be judged solely on the quality of their activity and appeal to neighborhood children. When describing your activity, please be as detailed as needed to convey the activity.
3 WAYS TO APPLY! APPLICATIONS REVIEWED ON OCTOBER 5th
Email contact information (include business/organization name and phone number) and proposed activity to . Or, complete this form and either mail or drop off at the Junction office: harvest-activity-invite-2016
Want to go head-to-head against other merchants in the chili cook-off (all proceeds to the West Seattle Food Bank)? Here’s the details for you: chili-competition
IDEAS: Make pumpkin collage on paper plate, decorate apples or little pumpkins, scarecrows with straw, a pumpkin walk (similar to cake walk), make a book mark with fall leaves, Thanksgiving decorations.