West Seattle Blog… | Lou Magor’s celebration of life at Kenyon Hall is scheduled for September 17

After the West Seattle musician and educator Lou Magor who died in April last year, there was a promise that his life would finally be celebrated in style, once it was safer for people to gather. Now, Kenyon Room — the historic West Seattle site he led and defended — invites people to this celebration:

It’s time to remember
Seattle Artists/Kenyon Hall Presents —
An open day to honor the memory and legacy of Lou Magor.

Hosted by – Casey McGill and Orville Johnson

Join us for great food, musical tributes, sharing memories and good stories.

Saturday, September 17, 2022
12:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
Kenyon Room
7904 35th Ave SW, Seattle WA 98126
Email: [email protected]

Please note: If you wish to attend and share in person, masks are mandatory inside the venue for the immunocompromised among us.

If you cannot join us in person, we invite you to share with us memories, words of tribute, photos or videos of Lou. Send them to the mailing address or e-mail address of the room as soon as possible. We will do our best to share your words and memories during the afternoon.

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The Seattle Artists Board of Directors is working on a memorial marker for Lou to be placed in a W Seattle location. Donations to fund the marker will be collected at the open house or can be sent through regular channels at Kenyon Hall – ATTN: Lou Magor Memorial Project

Seattle Artists is the non-profit organization that operates Kenyon Hall and, as we reported here, has worked to continue to keep it alive as a place where people can find joy.

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