West Seattle Embraces Spring with a Weekend Packed of Free Classes, Community Events, and the Time Change

Published March 9, 2024

As the flowers bloom, West Seattle welcomes the second weekend of March with a vibrant array of community activities that are sure to appeal to residents of all ages and interests. From free fitness classes to environmental initiatives, cultural experiences, and the start of Daylight Saving Time, there's something for everyone.

Start Your Day with Fitness and Community

Early risers can kick off their Saturday with a variety of complimentary fitness classes offered by FIT4MOM, starting at 7:30 am, 9 am, and 10:15 am. Those interested in joining can register in advance. Additionally, a free group run, suitable for all skill levels, gathers at West Seattle Runner at 8 am. For a more grounded start to the day, join a community meditation at Move2Center at 8:50 am.

Environmental and Educational Opportunities

Starting at 9 am, South Seattle College invites the community to participate in a free reuse/recycle/shred event, helping to promote environmental sustainability. Follow that up with the opportunity to contribute to the planning of new culverts for Fauntleroy Creek, with city representatives available from 10 am to 1 pm.

In the realm of education, the SSC Garden Center is open from 10 am to 2 pm, offering a chance to support the learning and retail experience of horticulture students.

Cultural and Entertainment Choices Abound

Culture enthusiasts can visit the Vietnamese Cultural Center between noon and 3 pm or catch a play at the Acts on Stage Theater, with shows at 3 pm and 7 pm. Music lovers can enjoy live performances at various venues, such as C & P Coffee and The Skylark, or participate in an open mic night at The Spot West Seattle.

Don't miss the special signing event at Easy Street Records with G. Love at 2 pm or the unique soul collage and sound bath at Move2Center Studio, from 1-6 pm.

Celebrations and the Anticipated Time Change

The Good Society is celebrating its fourth anniversary with trivia and delectable treats, while Revelry Room brings the nighttime beats starting at 9 pm. And as the day draws to a close, don't forget to 'spring forward' as Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 am on Sunday, moving clocks one hour ahead.

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