Belltown Artwalk Tonight: Hit up happy hour at the Rendezvous (4-7 p.m. for drinks, 4-6 p.m. for food) and then head over to Roq la Rue, Gilt Edge Society, and more to oggle art with a pleasant buzz. If art's not your thing, belltownpeople suggests you grab a coney dog at Del Ray and then I suggest you walk your ass home.

The Teddy Bears Have Their Clinic: Children's Hospital hosts their annual event tomorrow from 2-4 p.m., reports Laurelhurst Blog. Kids are invited to learn about health, safety, their bodies, and about how routine check-ups ensure teddy bear cancer is caught early.

Aurora Closed This Sunday: From N. 39th Street to the Western Avenue off-ramp, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., to make room for the Henry Weinhard's St. Patrick's Day Dash, The Fremont Universe reports.

Take a Hike: Explore the Arboretum's future "Pacific Connections" garden sites—including a Gateway to Chile (too soon?)— at a public meeting at the Graham Visitor Center next Tuesday, March 16, reports Central District News.

In Lieu of Cake, Please Go to Church: The CDN also writes New Hope Baptist Church (which I wrote about in this week's paper) turns 60 this weekend. And for that, it gets a birthday card from the governor.

Bargain Bin Condo Sale: Slated for Hjarta Condos, reports My Ballard. The newly discounted condos go on sale March 27, with prices starting 35 percent lower than the original asking price.

"Tell Us What to Do" West Seattle Blog has smartly detailed reports on the South Park Bridge community meetings held earlier this week.

Find the Monsters Who Did This: WSB also reports on the sea lion snipers haunting West Seattle (among other places), who have shot 10 sea lions in the past two months.