It will be the first full weekend since the West Seattle Bridge reopened, and businesses invite you to celebrate. Here’s what’s happening tomorrow (Saturday, September 24):
SIDEWALK SALE: All day at The Junction, participating merchants will hold sidewalk sales on Saturday. This includes offers – depending on the West Seattle Junction Associationfor example, the To benefit the American Cancer Society Discovery Shop will receive a 25% discount, FJ Consignment will offer 30 percent off. Fleurt Collective participate and offer a free gift with purchases this week. CAPERS is in the middle of its fall sale and will add more promotions, including scratched and dented furniture, under a tent on Saturday. Other participants include by Carmiliawith discounts on summer clothes.
LIVE MUSIC, OUTDOORS AND INDOORS: Just when your shopping day turns into dinner, the 8 bit marching band will perform live at KeyBank Plaza (southwest corner of California/Alaska), at 5:30 p.m. From the WSJA announcement: “Our music reflects our diverse fandom from Star Wars to Marvel to Pokemon – while cosplaying and joking with our fans as we play.” Then at 6:00 p.m., across southwestern Alaska, Easy Street Records hosts ten miles wide at 18 hours.
SALE OF THUNDER ROAD GUITARS AND BARBECUE: At Morgan Junction, the reopening festivities are at Thunder Road Guitars (6400 California SW; sponsor WSB), open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. with an all-day sale, with a barbecue from noon to 3 p.m.
“REUNITED”, BEER: Don’t let the moment pass without trying the special collaborative beer we first told you about about two weeks ago – tomorrow is the last day it’s scheduled to be on tap at good company, Beveridge Place Pub, Ounces, The Beer Junctionand Cooperage Best of Hands. (Update – exhausted in some places, per this comment from Allison at the beer junction.)
More festivities on Saturday? Let us know so we can add to the list – [email protected] – Thanks! We will highlight other dates separately.