Night Out in the Junction

Join the Junction for a Night Out! Live music on the streets, fun events, restaurant specials, and FREE West Seattle limited-edition coozies. “Night Out” is a national event promoted in Seattle by Seattle Police Department Crime Prevention. It is designed to heighten crime prevention awareness, increase neighborhood support in anti-crime…

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Summer Fest 2021 the Videos + Sidewalk Sales

Follow along as we relive (virtual) Summer Fest, 2021. We couldn’t bring you all together this year, but that didn’t stop the Junction from bringing joy and the Summer Fest feelings. First up was the Paint & Sip(s) on Thursday, July 8th. Summer Fest Eve. Traditionally held on the second…

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Now Hiring in the Junction

If you love visiting the Junction, consider working here! As Junction merchants begin to reopen, so does the need to fill positions with the people who give small businesses that special sauce. Have a favorite place where you would love to be a part of the team? Don’t be shy,…

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Plan Your Sidewalk Sale

Summer Fest as most people know it is taking a break for 2021, but we’re honoring this beloved July weekend with fun from the Junction that you can bring home! All the restaurants will have regular seating for you to take a break, plus watch for buskers lending a festive…

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Deputy Executive Director

Executive Deputy Director Responsibilities and Duties (Part-time, flexible schedule) Coordinate with executive director and implement all administrative strategies within required timeframe. Develop all communication to WSJA ratepayers, Board of Directors and community members. Identify local, city, state and national grant funding opportunities. Write, submit, and manage grant proposals while furnishing…

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Here’s the Plan for Summer Fest

For 39 years, the biggest festival in West Seattle has continued to evolve, starting out as the Sidewalk Sale in the ’60s, then the Street Fair in 1982, and now Summer Fest – it’s been a three-day celebration in the West Seattle streets and a tradition for many families. The…

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