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FREE All-Gender Swim at Meadowbrook Pool, June 16

Meadowbrook Pool will host a FREE All Gender Swim on Sunday, June 16th, from 2-4 PM. This event is designed to provide a safe swim experience for the Queer, Trans, and Allied community. All are welcome. During this recreation swim, we will open the diving boards, rope swing, and sauna…. [ Keep reading ]

Discovery Park Beach Shuttle is back for 2024!

From May 25-Sept. 7, 2024, a free shuttle loops between the East, North, and Beach parking lots at Discovery Park, arriving each location approximately every 30 minutes. Shuttle operates on Saturdays only from 11 am-5:30 pm, with the last trip leaving the beach at 5:15. Please donate what you can… [ Keep reading ]

South Park Community Center at Concord Elementary: Spring 2024 drop-ins

South Park Community Center continues drop-in programs at Concord Elementary School for Spring Quarter. Here are the programs we have running! MONDAYS TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS FRIDAYS SATURDAYS

Hiawatha Community Center off-site offerings!

While Hiawatha Community Center is closed for renovations, select registration-based programming is still available at neighboring locations. Creative Ballet with Teacher Marika @ Dakota Place Choose from 3 different times! All classes run April 1-June 12 and cost $130.00. Age 3-5, Mondays, 2:00-2:45 PM. Activity detail | Seattle Parks and… [ Keep reading ]

Love Your Parks

Expose by Todd Burley February is a month of love, and Seattleites love their parks. We see this every two years when Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) conducts a survey, and the support for our public parks is always extremely high. SPR appreciates this amazing support and works daily to… [ Keep reading ]

Help shape Discovery Park’s next public art installations!

Bruce Myers has been creating public art for Discovery Park since 1997. As part of Bruce’s process, he is hosting a series of workshops to collect stories, experiences, and dreams about the land we call Discovery Park and the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. This project coincides with the 50th… [ Keep reading ]

South Park Community Center at Concord — Winter 2024

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) has worked with community partners to relocate some South Park Community Center services during the center’s stabilization closure through Spring 2025. Starting September 15, 2023, programming is moving to Concord International Elementary School, at 723 S. Concord St, Seattle, WA 98108. All programs will occur in the gym and… [ Keep reading ]

Polar Bear Plunge – New Years 2024!

Jump into the new year with both feet! Every January 1st at 12 noon, hundreds of people line up along the beach for the first dunk in the lake of the new year. We provide lifeguards at this FREE event, so come earn your courage badge (for those who get… [ Keep reading ]

Center City Holiday Roundup (2023)

Downtown parks come alive with lights, music, vendors, art installations, and more in November and December. Experience the magic of the holidays all month long in the very heart of Seattle. Season Highlights Tree Lighting Celebration @Westlake Park Fri, November 24, 3:30-7:00 PM 3:30-5:00 pm enjoy a pre-show with local… [ Keep reading ]

Neighborhood Holiday Roundup 2023!

We compiled a list of holiday events in parks and community centers during November-December 2023. However and whatever you celebrate, be sure to include us in your rounds. Check back often for additions to the lineup! For events in the downtown core, see this post. All Aboard the “Volunteer Park… [ Keep reading ]