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AT&T and City of Seattle to host a mobile app ‘Hackathon’

Let the competition begin! Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Department of Information Technology and AT&T are hosting a mobile app competition with a parks and recreation theme. The competition, or hackathon, will take place March 18-19 at Surf Incubator, located at 999 Third Avenue in downtown Seattle. The event is… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation completes voluntary radiological survey at Magnuson Park

A health and safety radiological survey completed by a consultant to Seattle Parks and Recreation and released on Monday, March 7 reveals no harmful levels at surveyed sites within Warren G. Magnuson Park. The survey results are posted here. The survey also confirmed that radiological materials used by the U.S…. [ Keep reading ]

2016 summer recreation employment opportunities

Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Associated Recreation Council (ARC) and 37 citywide advisory councils, is now accepting applications for various summer programs. Temporary positions are available at 24 community centers, eight indoor swimming pools, two outdoor pools, two small craft centers, and many public beaches and wading… [ Keep reading ]

Spring Eggstravaganzas: Seattle Parks and Recreation offers free egg hunts throughout the city

Seattle Parks and Recreation will host free egg hunts at various locations throughout Seattle in March. See below for location details. NORTHEAST Mighty Mites “Egg” stravaganza What: Egg hunt, play equipment, bounce house and other fun activities. Ages: Five and under Location: Miller Community Center Time: 10 a.m. to noon,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation 2019-2020 Scholarship Program

This is outdated info. Go to:Apply for 2022-2023 Seattle Parks Financial Aid Scholarship Thanks to the Seattle Park District, Seattle Parks and Recreation has scholarships available to individuals and families for our programs and activities. Scholarships are based on income and family size, and are available to anyone who qualifies,… [ Keep reading ]

Magnuson Park Gallery Introduces H. Edwin Phillips

From now until March 12, the Magnuson Park Gallery is hosting Reflections of My Race, Reflections of My Life, the first solo exhibit of Seattle artist H. Edwin Phillips. Long a contributor to Seattle’s creative scene, Phillips waited until later in life before expressing his own thoughts and reflections… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks names for two new parks in the Ballard and University District neighborhoods and three park sites along Thornton Creek

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites the public to submit potential names for two new parks in the Ballard and University District neighborhoods and three park sites along Thornton Creek in north Seattle. Please submit suggestions for names to the Parks Naming Committee by March 31, 2016. Below are descriptions of… [ Keep reading ]

Boy Scouts sponsor Youth Outdoor Adventure Day at Camp Long on March 5

The Boy Scouts are sponsoring a Youth Outdoor Adventure Day at Camp Long! Information from the event page: “Shake off winter and visit Camp Long for a day of fun outdoor experiences! Camp Long is celebrating its 75th birthday, and what better way to celebrate than to put the camp… [ Keep reading ]

Madison Park Beach nominated for Best Urban Beach

Madison Park Beach has been nominated in the 10Best Readers’ Choice travel award contest for Best Urban Beach. With stunning views of Lake Washington, we agree that Madison Park Beach is something special. Now we need your support in making it number one! From now until March 14, the public is… [ Keep reading ]

Loyal Heights’ pancake breakfast

Come hungry for all-you-can-eat pancakes! On March 6 from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., enjoy the warm company of friends and neighbors with a stack of pancakes, eggs, and sizzling sauge at the annual Loyal Hieghts Pancake Breakfast. This event is the community center’s major fundraiser. All proceeds go to… [ Keep reading ]