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DOWNTOWN/CENTER CITY PARKS 2014

 
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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. Our park concierges have information to help you plan your visit and games so that you can play in the park.
Make sure to check out each section on the left!

Parks, Off Leash Areas & Community Centers

DOWNTOWN PARKS

OFF-LEASH AREAS
Seattle Parks and Recreation welcomes your dogs to explore and enjoy most parks (on a leash), and we offer 14 exciting Off-Leash exceptions with 4 in the Downtown area!

At these designated off-leash areas, dogs are free to run, roll over, meet new friends, work out, play with their owners and socialize with their canine friends.

Denny Park
Kinnear Park
Plymouth Pillars Park
Regrade Park

DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY CENTERS
Downtown Seattle has two beautiful community centers for you to explore which offer classes, programs, drop-in activities and special events for people of all ages. Or rent a space for your own event.

Belltown Community Center
Community Center Information: 206-684-7245
Address: 415 Bell St, 98121 (Map It)

International District/Chinatown Community Center
Information: 206-233-0042 | TTY 206-233-7061
Address: 719 8th Ave S, 98104 (Map It)


Fintess, games, and OTHER ACTIVITIES

Learn Some History
You call yourself a Seattleite, but how much do you really know about our city's history? This fall, Seattle Park Rangers will be spending Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons giving talks about Seattle's history and culture in Victor Steinbrueck Park. Talks take place at 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. (these may be canceled in inclement weather). Bring your questions and learn some fun facts.
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Seattle Thrillers
www.SeattleThrillers.com
Saturday, October 25th, 3:00 pm
Occidental Park
Thrill The World is the annual worldwide simultaneous dance of Michael Jackson's Thriller for world record and charity. November, 2013 marked the 31st anniversary of his Thriller video. Each year in October the Seattle Thrillers join Thriller groups in other nations to perform at the same exact time. Visit www.SeattleThrillers.com for more informaiton.

DROP-IN BOCCE
Daily, Occidental Square, Information Kiosk

DROP-IN CHESS
Daily, Bell Street Park Hing Hay, Westlake and Occidental Square Parks

USED BOOK SALES FORM SEATTLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
Monday-Friday, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. June 2 – October 31, Freeway Park

....and much, much more!!

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Updated October 6, 2014

EVENTS CALENDAR

FAMILY FUN IN THE PARK
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Center City Walking Routes
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Blue Trees - Photo by Graham Syed

The Spiral of Hope - Photo by Ellyn Rivers courtesy of Urban Art Concept

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