Garfield Community CenterRecreation Center in Seattle, Washington
Spring/summer program brochures have arrived! Check out all of the great opportunities to learn, make friends, and have fun with Seattle Parks and Recreation. Registration opens March 6 for Spring programs and May 22 for Summer programs. Find the Southeast Community Centers brochure at http://parkways.seattle.gov/…/available-now-spring-summer-…/.
Looking for a summer job? Join the Seattle Parks and Recreation team and help us make this a summer to remember! Temporary positions are available at our community centers, pools, beaches, and more. We’re accepting applications now! For more information: http://parkways.seattle.gov/…/the-2018-summer-employment-g…/
Video games, programs, software, all have one thing in common and that it's all been created/coded by someone or someones. This FREE program introduces the basics of coding to 5th and 6th graders. Starting 2/28 in the Garfield Computer Lab. Call for more information. 206-684-4788.
Apply now to become a Seattle Urban Nature Guide! Seattle Urban Nature Guides enhance, promote and foster appreciation of nature by connecting families and students with their Seattle parklands, and providing educational opportunities for all.
Applications are due March 22; free training begins April 7. Details: https://www.seattle.gov/…/environmental-education-volunteers
Plans for the summer? Want to keep the children busy? Check out our NEW activity camps here at Garfield Community Center! Pick between a variety of different activity camps that run from 9-12:30 or 1:30-5pm with extended care. Scholarship are available upon request. For more details please contact us at 206-684-4788.
February is #BlackHistoryMonth, a time to recognize the achievements of local African American heroes and heroines. We invite the public to celebrate by visiting one of the many parks named for Seattle’s African American leaders, and to learn about their contributions to the city.
We're here to help you start 2018 off right! From spending more time in nature, to being more active, to connecting with others, we have countless ways to support your health and wellness goals.
Get ideas and inspiration here 👉🏾 http://ow.ly/JEeo30i4CtJ
Make it a summer to remember! Seattle Parks and Recreation offers a wide variety of Camps during summer for all youth ages 3-17. Camps take place throughout the city at our community centers and parks. Registration starts Feb. 6!
Tot Gym is cancelled at Garfield Community Center today. As an alternative, our nearest Tot Gyms are at Montlake Community Center (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) or Yesler Community Center (10:30 a.m.-noon). Garfield Community Center's Tot Gym will re-open on Wednesday.
This just might be the perfect space for your event! With sweeping views of Lake Washington and the Cascades, it has a warm, inviting wood floor that sets the stage for meetings, receptions or weddings. It holds 90-120 guests and has a kitchen too! See the full amenities of this and dozens of other event spaces for rent within the Seattle Parks and Recreation system at this link: http://www.seattle.gov/parks/reserve/event-space-rentals
FREE! Tomorrow the Garfield Community Center will be hosting a Preschool Fair that is open to all. Please come join us and get all of your informaiton in one stop shop. Over 20 preschools will be here, 10:30-12:30pm. Call for more information 206-684-4788 or just simply stop by
Celebrate Lunar New Year at Garfield Community Center
on Jan. 26! Join us 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. for lunch and a traditional Lion Dance. http://ow.ly/euH330hRXQt
FREE! Preschool Fair this Saturday, January 20th from 10:30-12:30pm. We'll have over 20 local programs here at Garfield CC to answer questions you might have, get all the information you need in one stop! For more information please give us a call. 206-684-4788.
Thinking of hosting an event? Check out our rooms/gym for rent! We have rooms of all sizes for meetings, birthdays, or sporting events. Contact us for more information; 206-684-4788.
Does your community group have a proposal on how to renovate, expand, or upgrade a Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) facility or park? The Major Projects Challenge Fund (MPCF), which is a Seattle Park District funding initiative, will provide a funding match to a community-initiated “major project” that is not otherwise covered by an identified SPR funding source. The MPCF will provide up to $1.6 million per year as a match to a significant improvement or expansion at an existing SPR park or facility. Visit http://bit.ly/2En1c9m
Have you ever seen a pattern or design that you wish you could duplicate and create on your own? Well this is the class for you! Sewing for Beginners. ONLY $5 to register for this beginner's class! You can bring you're own machine or use one of ours. Call the center for more information. 206-684-4788.