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Discovery Park Group Programs 

 
Address: 3801 Discovery Park Blvd, Seattle, WA 98199 > directions
Visitors Center Contact Information: (206) 386 - 4236 | E-mail: discover@seattle.gov
Registration & Confirmation

Call 206-684-0877 to register for a program.

We need at least two weeks advance notice.
Registration begins for the quarter on the following dates:

Spring Quarter

  • 1st Tuesday in February for groups in Seattle
  • 2nd Tuesday in February for groups outside Seattle.

Summer Quarter

  • 1st Tuesday in May for groups in Seattle
  • 2nd Tuesday in May for groups outside Seattle

Fall Quarter

  • 1st Tuesday in July for groups in Seattle
  • 2nd Tuesday in July for groups outside Seattle

Winter Quarter

  • 1st Tuesday in October for groups in Seattle
  • 2nd Tuesday in October for groups outside Seattle
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Through hands-on learning experience and a spectacular classroom in nature, Discovery Park staff facilitate positive outdoor experiences.  The goal of these programs is to increase awareness, Dragonflydevelop appreciation, and promote stewardship of our parks and natural areas. Programs are offered Tuesday-Friday with morning and afternoon sessions available.  For information about fees, please call (206) 684-0877


SCHOOL PROGRAMS

  • Seattle is for the Birds (Year-round)
  • Intertidal Investigations Grades 1 - 12 (Spring & Summer)
  • At Home in the Forest Grades 1-8 (Year-round)
  • Incredible Insects Grade 1 - 6, (Spring & Summer)
  • Owls, Hunters of the Night Grades 3 - 12 (Year-round)
  • Pond and Wetland Exploration Grades 1 -8 (Spring & Summer)
  • Adventures with Spiders Grades 1-6 (Summer & Fall)
  • Stewardship for Students Habitat Restoration
    Grades 1 - 12 (Fall & Winter)
  • Changing Forms, Changing Times: An Adventure in Geology Grades 3-12 (Year-round)

KINDERGARTEN/PRESCHOOL

  • Forest Friends (Year-round)
  • Bugs (Summer & Fall)
  • Lookin' at Low Tide  (Spring & Summer)
  • Water Wrigglers (Spring & Summer)
  • Spiders are Special (Summer & Fall)
  • Tall Grass Meadows (Spring)


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Updated February 9, 2012

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