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Partnership Highlight: Cascade People’s Center

Cascade People’s Center (CPC) is operated by the YMCA and is located in the South Lake Union’s Cascade neighborhood. CPC runs programs that engage and connect diverse communities through programs, services and activities that strengthen their neighborhood. Each year, through a partnership agreement with SPR, CPC provides free wilderness first… [ Keep reading ]

Partnership Highlight: Smilow Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club

The Smilow Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club is a place to inspire young people and enable them to realize their full potential. The center offers childcare, teen programs, wellness rooms, computer labs, and two basketball courts. As part of Smilow Rainier Vista Boys and Girls Club’s partnership with Seattle… [ Keep reading ]

Partnership Highlight: Tilth at Rainier Beach Farm and Wetlands

Rainier Beach Urban Farm and Wetlands is Seattle’s largest urban farm. Community members of all ages participate in educational activities at the farm, learning to grow food using practices that are healthy for the environment, restoring the natural wetlands habitat that runs down the middle of the farm, eating farm… [ Keep reading ]

Partnership Highlight: Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange (SPACE)

Sand Point Arts and Cultural Exchange (SPACE) funds, facilitates and promotes arts and cultural uses of Warren G. Magnuson Park for the public, serving diverse audiences and forging regional collaborations. SPACE’s priority is to build community by connecting the park’s many stakeholders and visitors through creative and community-based programming. SPACE… [ Keep reading ]

Partnership Highlight: Seward Park Audubon Center

The Seward Park Audubon Center helps cultivate wonder and nurture insatiable curiosity of the natural world through environmental science, outdoor exploration, and play. The Center’s mission is to inspire diverse audiences to conserve natural ecosystems and build healthy communities for people, birds and wildlife. In 2017, Seward Park Audubon Center… [ Keep reading ]

Partnership Highlight: Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Club

Woodland Park Lawn Bowling Club (WPLBC) is committed to sharing the fun of Bocce, Croquet, and Lawn Bowling with all members of the community, and as part of their commitment, WPLBC hosts open hours for non-members and offers free lessons to low-income youth. Located on a beautiful, green hillside… [ Keep reading ]

Partnership Highlight: Thistle Theatre

Enjoy the magic of puppetry at Thistle Theatre, located in Magnuson Park, Sunset Hill Community Club, and BYT Crossroads. Thistle Theatre is a non-profit performance arts company that specializes in Tabletop Bunraku puppetry, a variation of a Japanese performance art form that dates back to the 17th century. Community… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Storm, LifeWise and Seattle Parks and Recreation invite the community to celebrate the Judkins Park basketball court renovation

Seattle Parks and Recreation, together with community partners, renovated the Judkins Park basketball court with funding support from Seattle Neighborhood Park and Street Fund Grant, Community Development Block Grant Funds and a donation from LifeWise Health Plan of Washington and Seattle Storm.  The court renovation features a new professional-sized basketball… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Storm guard Jewell Loyd leads free basketball clinic for 60+ youth

On Saturday, April 18, Seattle Storm’s Jewell Loyd, the first pick in the 2015 WNBA draft, led a free basketball clinic for 62 young girls at Jefferson Community Center. Loyd was assisted by Storm staff and officers from the Seattle Police Department. Each participant was given a free t-shirt and… [ Keep reading ]

Register now for Seattle Storm basketball clinic with Sue Bird

Seattle Parks and Recreation will host a free basketball clinic with Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird from 10-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 18 at Jefferson Community Center. The clinic is open to all girls ages 6-12. Players of all skill levels are welcome. Bird will lead the group in technique… [ Keep reading ]