Work to disrupt 23rd Ave

The Seattle Department of Transportation expects contractors to begin construction in May on 23rd Avenue South between South Jackson Street and Rainier Ave South. This stretch represents the second phase of construction on the 23rd Avenue corridor, and is expected to take about a year.

A pre-construction open house will be 6:30-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 18, in the TM Cafeteria. Hear what to expect during construction, schedules, detours and coordination with other nearby projects. Info: Continue reading

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Open meeting with DeWolf

School Board Member Zachary DeWolf has scheduled a Community Meeting for 5-6 p.m. on Monday, April 9. All are welcome to bring questions or comments for DeWolf, who represents District V (including Thurgood Marshall).

Location: The Riveter (a Capitol Hill work space), 1517 12th Ave., Suite 101.

DeWolf is also visible on his board-related Facebook page and may be contacted at

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Book sale to benefit TM

On Tuesday, April 17, Third Place Books in south Seattle will support TM by donating 20% of purchases* by anyone who mentions “Thurgood Marshall” or “Giving Back” at the register.

We’ll take over their stage for read-alouds 6-6:45 p.m. If you or your child would like to read from a favorite book, contact Librarian Merilee Hudson. Continue reading

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‘Wishtree’ author at TM

Parents are welcome to enjoy the Grades  K-4 Assembly April 5 featuring Newbery Award-winning author Katherine Applegate (“Wishtree,” “The One and Only Ivan,” “Crenshaw” and “Home of the Brave”). She will be sharing her new “Sometimes You Fly.”

Join us at 9:30 in the Cafeteria. Order her books by downloading and returning this form. (April 2 deadline). Continue reading

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