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Browse or register for weekly and one-time classes and activities including yoga, martial arts, dance, art, environmental education, swimming lessons, cooking, summer camp, sports leagues and more.


Tuesday, April 7th at Noon: Designated Summer Programs:

  • Summer Small Craft Courses
  • Summer Courses @ Mounger and Colman Outdoor Pools
  • Summer Swim League @ all Pools
Tuesday, May 5th @ Noon: Fall Before and After School Programs
Thursday, May 14th @ Noon: Summer Courses at Amy Yee Tennis Center
Tuesday, May 19th @ Noon: Summer Courses at Community Centers, Swimming Pools, Small Craft Centers, Environmental Learning Centers, Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Fall Sports Leagues and Fall Small Craft programs

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Explore Life Between Buildings!
Another great season lies ahead for Center City Parks with arts, concerts, festivals and random acts of urban fun. Be sure to check out Family Fun Week at Westlake Park!
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Your Seattle Parks Summer Bucket List

Remember when you were a kid and summer meant three months of sleeping in and not knowing which day it was? Blissful. But now youre older, and people send you meeting requests in July and schedule appointments in August. Youre expected to show up to work even when its 80 degrees and sunny. The audacity.

At Seattle Parks and Recreation, we believe that no matter what your age, you deserve to have some summertime fun. Weve put together a Summer Bucket List that has something for everyone. So get out your day planner, and scribble some of these events in. Theyre sure to turn a ho-hum week into a hopping good time.

» Read more on our Parkways blog

Smoking Ban Information
As of July 6, 2015, all of Seattle’s public parks will be smoke-free! Smoke-free parks help reduce litter, promote healthy lifestyles for youth, and create a welcoming environment for all park users. Smoking is allowed in public rights-of-way including sidewalks.
» Learn more on our Smoking Ban page
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Sherwood History Files
Want to learn more about park history? Seattle Parks and Recreation's Sherwood History Files are available online.
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