Play is essential for children’s physical, mental, emotional, and social development. But not all play is created equal, and not every playground is designed for children's needs in mind. Read about ten features children need and love to see in their public spaces.
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Lummi Nation’s Canoe Journey to Bring Tokitae Home Written by: Ann Dinthongsai & Jennifer Duann Fultz Have you ever heard about Tokitae? She is an orca who was taken from her home in the Southern Salish Sea (Puget Sound) half a century ago. Hundreds of people recently gathered in support of the Lummi Nation’s mission to bring her home…Read more
Hiawatha Arts and Business PARK(ing) Day 2016 This past September the Hiawatha Art's and Business district turned PARK(ing) Day into a collaborative community affair. It is incredible how even the smallest of parks can foster community togetherness and socialization. We had people of all ages and abilities stopping by to chat, laugh, share refreshments and play! …Read more
A Community Cultural Celebration El Centro de la Raza (ECDLR) held their 11th annual Cinco de Mayo Celebration Saturday May 7th, 2016 at the Jefferson Community Center in Seattle. Free and open to the public, it couldn’t have been a more perfect afternoon for a community celebration with clear blue skies and balmy weather that…Read more
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