White Center stakes out a spot for PARKing Day this Friday
(update: here’s a link to a map of all Friday’s PARKing Day “Parks” citywide)
Perhaps you’ve heard of PARKing Day – a relatively new annual event in which volunteers in cities nationwide transform parking spaces into parks, to spotlight the importance of urban open space. This year’s edition is coming up on Friday, and there’s going to be a PARKing Day “park” in a prominent White Center spot – here’s the official announcement:
Seattle Parks Foundation is partnering with The Trust for Public Land and Feet First to turn Seattle’s parking spaces into parks on September 19th as part of PARK(ing) Day, a fun and visible event started by Re-Bar in San Francisco to bring attention to the need for more green space in urban areas.
Technology Access Foundation and The White Center Community Development Association will be transforming the parking spaces in front of Full Tilt Ice Cream into a classroom. We are hoping to provide awareness to the community about the work that we do. Everyone is invited to come out and show support to the community.
National Parking Day
Friday, September 19
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
In front of:
Full Tilt Ice Cream
9629 16th Ave SW
Come out and meet your community neighbors!
For More info call – 206-722-2369×102
You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.