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Seattle Parks LGBTQ

 
Randy Wiger: (206) 883-6110 | randy.wiger@seattle.gov
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Welcome to Seattle Parks and Recreation!

Seattle Parks has many services and activities of interest to the many diverse people which live, work and play in Seattle, including opportunities of interest to LGBTQ community.  Click on the links below to “Explore More!”

Weddings and Ceremonies

Find out more about our many scenic and intimate indoor and outdoor venues by visiting the Weddings and Ceremonies web page or by calling (206) 684-4081.

 

Teen Programs

Youth Learning Opportunity

Seattle Parks is hiring up to 6 youth Peer Outreach Coordinators ages 16 - 22 for the Bearing Witness Quare Arts Project, a performing arts project seeking to facilitate greatness among LGBTQ Youth of Color. The deadline for submitting an application is Tuesday October 1, 2013. Find out more by downloading the Opportunity Description and the Application. You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document..

Seattle Parks and Recreation is dedicated to providing safe and welcoming spaces for all teens including LGBTQ teens.

Find out more about other Parks programs for LGBTQ youth on the Born This Way Kaf facebook page or visit the Seattle Parks Teens web site.

Awards

GSLEN Pride 2011 Community Partner AwardSeattle Parks and Recreation received the 2011 Community Partner Award from GSLEN WA (Gay Lesbian Straight Educator Network] and staff Randy Wiger received the Cultural Competency Spotlight Award for his work in creating LGBTQ Youth Programs, from the Washington Recreation and Parks Association at their awards dinner on May 3, 2012.

Discover our many parks, facilities, programs, activities and fun things to do by visiting the Seattle Parks and Recreation home page or calling our main desk at (206) 684-4075, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Find out more about SeQual: the City of Seattle LGBTQ Employees for Equality Association by visiting the SEqualSeattle facebook page.


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Updated September 19, 2013

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