West Seattle Art Walk

West Seattle Art Walk

West Seattle Art Walk is a monthly art event that is held on the second Thursday of each month from 5pm to late year-round. The art walk is hosted by the… Read more »


Elvis Concert at the Senior Center

The Junction Senior Center

Elvis Holiday Concert, Saturday, December 9. Happy Hour and photos with Elvis-5:30pm to 6pm. Dinner is at 6pm. Southern smothered pork, mashed potatoes, onion mushroom gravy, collard greens, and banana… Read more »


Hometown Holidays Tree Lighting

Hometown Holidays Tree Lighting

Join us in The West Seattle Junction to kick off Hometown Holidays with our Annual Tree Lighting Event.


Learn to Dance at the Senior Center!

Senior Center The Junction

Learn to Dance!   Dance classes offered by Dean Paton of Century Ballroom Four-week series of classes, Tuesdays, Nov 28 to December 19 (no class on November 21) Beginning Swing… Read more »


West Seattle Art Walk

West Seattle Art Walk

West Seattle Art Walk is a monthly art event that is held on the second Thursday of each month from 5pm to late year-round. The art walk is hosted by the… Read more »


Quail Park Events

11/1 – Encountering Dementia for First Responders (NON-CEU COURSE) 11/8 – Living with Alzheimer’s 11/15 – Self-Care for the Caregiver FOR ATTENDEES WHO WOULD LIKE CEU’s, – Cost is $15.00… Read more »


Harvest Fest

Harvest Festival

Quickly becoming a West Seattle beloved fall event, Harvest Fest will once again bring out the costumed (kids, adults and pets!), the daring (chili cook-off) and musical (parade) and the… Read more »


Housing Fair

10am to 12:30pm Senior Center of West Seattle, 4217 SW Oregon Street Get information regarding independent living, retirement communities, assisted living, skilled nursing, etc. Free lunch for attendees who register… Read more »


Reuse & Recycle

Your West Seattle neighborhood recycling and reuse collection event Saturday, October 14th 9am to 1pm West Seattle Junction Parking Lot located on the corner of SW Oregon and 42nd Ave SW… Read more »