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Lifelong Recreation Summer Brochure 2022

The Lifelong Recreation Summer 2022 program brochure is available for viewing here. Find a wide assortment of programs for ages 50+ across Seattle. Options include fitness classes, arts, Tai Chi, social programs, field trips and more! Registration for these programs opens May 24 at noon. Need help registering or navigating… [ Keep reading ]

Summer 2022 Programs Brochure

The summer 2022 recreation brochure is here. Follow the link below to see a wide assortment of in-person, virtual and drop-in programs! Find the full brochure here. How to register You can register online via our registration portal here. Or, you can register by calling your local community center.

Summer Camps 2022

The summer camp 2022 brochure is here, and along with it a wide range of exciting activities for participants. See the full Summer Camp 2022 brochure here. Register online here. or by calling your community center. Registration begins at 12pm on Tuesday, April 19.

Celebrate Earth Day with Seattle Parks & Recreation

2022 Earth Week, April 19th – 23rd Since 1970, Earth Day has occurred each year on April 22 to help bring awareness and offer opportunities to learn about and give back to your environment. This year, join Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Environmental Sustainability, Education and Engagement Unit for fun Earth… [ Keep reading ]

Free Spring Egg Hunts in April!

Seattle Parks and Recreation is very excited to welcome the community back to a regular tradition this year: the Spring Egg Hunt! Various community centers around Seattle will host this annual favorite event. Best of all, these events are FREE. For each event, participants are encouraged to bring a bag… [ Keep reading ]

Boost Biodiversity Knowledge with the City Nature Challenge

This April 29 – May 2, Seattle Parks and Recreation will be joining the Woodland Park Zoo and other partners to get community scientists out in our parks to gather data on the plants and animals (and other life) that call Seattle home. The annual City Nature Challenge invites people… [ Keep reading ]

Supporting a Healthy Environment in 2021

By Todd Burley At Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR), we define a healthy environment as a thriving ecosystem where everyone has equitable use of, and responsibility for, public spaces. It is a healthy urban forest that cleans the air and soil and serves as a natural sanctuary for people and… [ Keep reading ]

Join us for Youth Appreciation Week 2022!

Youth Appreciation Week is almost here! Each year, during Seattle Public Schools’ Spring Break, Seattle Parks and Recreation hosts a week of special programming just for our youth participants. Programming includes regularly scheduled activities, special events, field trips, and activities designed to celebrate this special week for teens. Find schedules… [ Keep reading ]

Recreation Facilities Closed Thursday 3/24/22 for All-Staff Training

Many Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities will be closed Thursday, March 24, 2022 due to an all-staff training event. These facilities and services are CLOSED: Community Centers and programs (Childcare operating normally) Teen Life Centers Environmental Learning Centers Swimming Pools Green Lake Small Craft Center Mount Baker Rowing and Sailing… [ Keep reading ]

Welcoming the Spring Equinox

Buds are blossoming, the weather is warming, and the days are getting longer! Seattleites are not strangers to the joy of spring time, and we hope you can get out and enjoy Seattle Parks and Recreation spaces even more in 2022 than in years past. With the Spring Equinox official… [ Keep reading ]