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Teens help seniors become tech-savvy

In December 2015, Seattle Parks and Recreation, in partnership with Group Health and Ageis Living, hosted its first graduation for tech-savvy seniors. This year, Group Health and Ageis Living approached Seattle Parks and Recreation to help launch the Cyber Seniors program aiming to bridge the generation gap when it comes… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Parks and Recreation sends three athletes to national cross country competition

On Saturday, Dec. 12, three young men represented Seattle Parks and Recreation in the national cross country championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico! Though the weather was cold and wet, all three boys finished strong competing in a pool of 227. Boden, Whit and William started practicing with High Point Community… [ Keep reading ]

Teens host blanket and winter clothing drive

A note from Seattle Park and Recreation teens We are 206 Forward: Youth Advocates of Seattle. Our program invites teens across the city to promote youth advocacy and have their voices heard as well as give back to the community. Our latest project is to start a blanket drive to… [ Keep reading ]

Celebrate a Week Without Violence Oct. 16-23

Seattle Parks and Recreation Citywide Young Adults Program  invites youth and teens between the ages of 12 and 19 to participate in annual Week Without Violence Events. This year’s Week Without Violence will be celebrated October 16-23. This week gives youth a chance to express their feelings about violence in… [ Keep reading ]

Summer Drills and Skills program schools 90+ youth

Bitter Lake Community Center teamed up with the Aaron Brooks Foundation again this summer to serve more than 90 youth between the ages of 8-19 in the Drills and Skills program. The Drills and Skills program connects with students’ recreational interests while also engaging them in structured, curriculum-based activities to gain successful… [ Keep reading ]

Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute and Seattle Parks and Recreation present Snow White and the Seven: ‘Each One, Teach One’ a Teen Summer Musical extravaganza

Aug. 20 – 23, 2015, Seattle Repertory Theatre The Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute (LHPAI) and Seattle Parks and Recreation present the Teen Summer Musical (TSM) extravaganza, Snow White and the Seven: “Each One, Teach One,” featuring 80 youth ranging from 7-18 years old, Aug. 20 -23 at the Seattle Repertory… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle teens take second in international digital media awards

Teens at Delridge and Rainier community centers received second place in an international digital media competition as part of the 2015 Adobe Youth Voices awards. Adobe Youth Voices (AYV) empowers students to develop digital media skills to inspire change in their communities. AYV is a global program that has about… [ Keep reading ]

Parks’ Late Night program to serve free hot meals to teens

Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Late Night Recreation Program will start offering free hot and healthy meals to participants of the Late Night Program beginning in September 2015. The Late Night program serves teens ages 13-19. Meals will be provided at the sites listed below: Garfield Teen Life Center, Friday and… [ Keep reading ]

Performing arts program supports LGBTQ youth of color on June 10

Seattle Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute invite the community to the “Bearing Witness” showcase featuring performances by LGBTQ youth of Color and their friends, on Wednesday, June 10 at 7 p.m., (doors open at 6:45 p.m.). Langston Hughes Performing Art Institute is located… [ 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 ]