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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Discovery Park with free events & activities on Oct. 1, 2022

On Saturday, October 1st, celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Discovery Park during this free, all day, family friendly event! To commemorate this special occasion, Seattle Parks and Recreation, in collaboration with scores of community members and organizations, is hosting a full day of activities, including a formal ceremony with honored… [ Keep reading ]

Burke-Gilman Trail Work Coming Soon

Update: Work originally scheduled for August 17-24 has been postponed due to contractor equipment failure, and will likely be moved to the following week. Seattle Parks and Recreation will be closing sections of the Burke-Gilman Trail for annual maintenance within the next couple of weeks. The crew will begin work… [ Keep reading ]

Lake City Salmon Bake

What: Come join us this year for the Lake City Salmon BakeWhen: Saturday, August 6 from 12 to 5 PM.Where: Lake City Community Center, 12531 28th Ave. NEHow: You can purchase tickets at the community center the day of the event.Questions? Please call the Lake City Community Center 206-256-5645 MENU… [ Keep reading ]

Welcome Back Seattle, Free events, August 2022

Title of Event(s): Blessed Hearts Fitness Organizer or Agency: Noel Montgomery Date(s) and Time(s): Tuesdays 5:30-6:30PM & Thursdays 6-7PMTuesdays, August 2,9,16,23,30,Thursdays: August 4,11,18,25Event Location(s): Garfield community center, Tuesdays & Rainier Beach community center, Thursdays Event Description: Blessed Hearts Fitness is to educate, demonstrate and motivate healthier options and productive movement.Event Facebook: Website:… [ Keep reading ]

Arts in Parks: Free events in parks, August 2022

Title of Installation: ChromaCycliumOrganizer or Agency: Ken RoepeDate(s): August 1 – September 30, 2022Installation Location: Westcrest ParkInstallation Description: ChromaCyclium is comprised of color acrylic inserts that are mounted in a metal hemisphere dome. Daylight shines through the dome apertures to project colored light in the dome’s shadow on the ground… [ Keep reading ]

Fall 2022 In-Person and Virtual Programs

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Fall 2022 Programs Brochure is here! Find all of the in-person and virtual programs we are offering in the new brochure. Registration open August 16, 2022. You’ll also find our full drop-in schedules for our community center activities such as drop-in fitness rooms, tot gyms, basketball… [ Keep reading ]

Heatwave Impacts: Some Seattle Parks & Recreation Summer Food Service locations are closed

Due to the heatwave, some outdoor sites for Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Summer Food Service Program are closed this week (Tuesday, July 26-Friday, July 29). To find the closest Summer Food Service Program near you, please click here. The following sites are OPEN for lunch only (no snack): North Acres,… [ Keep reading ]

Burke-Gilman Trail Work, July 30 and 31

Attention Burke-Gilman Trail Users: Seattle Parks and Recreation will be closing sections of the trail for annual maintenance. Work will take place Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Staff will have signage on site indicating the closed sections. Sections of the trail affected… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation heatwave resources

See Alert Seattle for the latest updates and resources related to the heat advisory, as well as heat safety information. Cooling Centers Four Seattle Community Centers have air conditioning and will be open to serve as cooling centers beginning July 26th through at least July 28th from 2:00 PM – 8:00 PM… [ Keep reading ]

Magnuson Park Wading Pool is Now Open

Seattle Parks and Recreation repaired over $10K in damages from illegal bonfires Update: closed again as of 8/5/22 due to fire damage Just in time for our latest round of high temperatures this summer, the Warren G. Magnuson Park wading pool has been repaired! Multiple bonfires in the wading pool… Filed Under: Parkways