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City of Seattle
Ed Murray, Mayor
NEWS ADVISORY
SUBJECT: May and June Programs at the Cedar River Watershed
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
5/3/2013  3:00:00 PM
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

Contact: Chris Holland 206-615-0831, chris.holland@seattle.gov or
Lisa Lange 206-733-9421, lisalange@seattle.gov



May and June Programs at the Cedar River Watershed

NEAR NORTH BEND, Wash.—Get outside and experience the Cedar River Watershed through a mix of  all-day field tours, hikes, history walks and family waterfall tours. May and June are wonderful months to take in springtime wildflowers, river flows and mountain sunshine.

Saturday, May 11- Quiet Water- Wetland Ecology Field Trip- 9 am - 4 pm
Sunday, May 12- Mothers Day Tea and Talks- 12 am - 4 pm
Sat & Sun, June 15-16 - Family Waterfall Tours- 10:15 & 1:15 tours each day
Sunday,  June 23- Water Power and Light- Historic Cedar Falls Townsite tour- 9:30 am - 12 pm
Thursday, June 27 - Rattlesnake Ledge Geology Hike- 8:30 am – 12 pm
Saturday,  June 29 - Water Power and Light- Historic Cedar Falls Townsite tour- 9:30 am - 12 pm

For tour specific information or to register please visit: www.Seattle.gov/util/crwec

DIRECTIONS: The Cedar River Watershed Education Center is just east of North Bend (32 miles from downtown Seattle).  From I-90 going east take Exit 32 (436th Ave SE). Turn right at the end of the off-ramp. Follow the road (436th Ave SE/Cedar Falls Rd SE) for about 3.5 miles. The Cedar River Watershed Education Center will be on the right, just past Rattlesnake Lake.

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