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Spring 2023 Classes and Activities

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Spring 2023 program brochures are here! You’ll find all the in-person, drop in and virtual programs that are coming up soon in the catalogs below. Get out and celebrate the awakening from the long winter. Registration opens at noon on March 7, 2023. Ready to enroll in… [ 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 ]

Safe fun in the sun for park visitors

It feels like summer in the middle of spring! We’re all heading outside to enjoy it, and deservedly so. Because we know that time spent outdoors is so important to physical and mental health, we’re excited to finally be able to offer a tentative summer schedule of outdoor activities. But… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Japanese Garden Reopens Saturday March 6 with Timed Ticketing Reservations

We’re all more than ready for spring this year, and no doubt many of us will greet the seasonal opening of the Seattle Japanese Garden with more joy than usual. Before you go, be sure to read up on the new reservation system, buy tickets online, and get familiar with… [ Keep reading ]

2020 Spring/Summer Brochures Now Available

The daffodils are starting to bloom, and that means spring is just around the corner! Spring and summer are some of the best times for parks and recreation. Discover all the ways to enjoy these seasons, from Spring Egg Hunts, flower blooms, summer beach openings, Bicycle Sundays, rowing events, the… [ Keep reading ]

Spring break staycationing with Seattle Parks and Recreation

Ah, spring break. You’re picturing yourself on a beach in Mexico. Or hiking in the Grand Canyon. You’re looking at airline and hotel prices and…wait. You’re not going anywhere. Perhaps you can’t afford to go out of town for spring break or maybe you can’t escape the 8-5. Don’t you… [ Keep reading ]

Volunteers needed for spring egg hunt

Volunteers are needed for the Cal Anderson Park 2015 Spring Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 4! We’re looking for people to help with face painting, to hide candy, to supervise the park, to monitor children in the hunt area, to clean up after the event and to hand out prizes. Volunteers need to… [ Keep reading ]

Where to find breathtaking blooms across the city

Spring has come early to Seattle. The sun has been shining. Birds have been chirping. And Twitter is chock-full of flower photos. After a dark winter, nothing lifts the spirit like a bed full of seasonal blooms. We asked some of our senior gardeners for the best places to spot… [ Keep reading ]

The hunt is on: Search for eggs with Seattle Parks

It’s nearly spring, which means eggs hunts are almost here! Find an event near you. NORTHEAST Spring Egg Hunt What: Hunt for treats and treasures Location: Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center Ages: 11 and under Time: 10 a.m. sharp, April 4 Spring Egg Hunt What: Hunt for treats and treasures Location: Meadowbrook… [ Keep reading ]