The Alki Bathhouse, 2701 Alki Ave. SW, features great community events and a Clay Sculpture Class this May.
On Thursday, May 13, the Bathhouse sponsors an ArtWalk featuring artist Tatyana Brown, who offers a free demonstration at 7 P.M., “Linocut Greeting Cards: Let’s add some color to a black and white design!”
The Bathhouse will host a garage sale on Saturday, May 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Find hot deals on everything from jewelry to clothing to original artwork! For more information, please call Alki Community Center at 206-684-7430.
May 24 marks the start of a Clay Sculpture Class on Mondays from 6 – 9 p.m. Sign up for “Hand Building Sculpture and Vessels” by calling Alki Community Center at 206-684-7430, or online by clicking SPARC at www.seattle.gov/parks.
The Alki Bathhouse was built in 1911 and renovated in 2004 with funding raised by Friends of the Alki Bathhouse and Alki Community Center Advisory Council, and with Pro Parks Levy funds, features a “multipurpose” space, a pottery studio, and a multi-media studio. The Bathhouse is available for rental and accommodates up to 75 people for a meeting, family event, wedding, or other gathering. For rental information, please see http://www.seattle.gov/parks/Reservations/alki.htm.