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Lake Union Park Grand Opening Celebration

September 24, 2010

Saturday, September 25th – Join Seattle Parks Foundation as we celebrate the dedication of Lake Union Park with our partners The Center for Wooden Boats, Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI), The United Indians of All Tribes Foundation, and Seattle Parks and Recreation.

This free Public Celebration is sure to draw thousands of neighbors and families from around Seattle and the region for an unforgettable event. The festivities will kick off with a Family Fun Run and Sunrise Yoga on the Fitness Field, and continue all day with family activities on land and water including:

* Musical performances on two Stages
* Model boat races in the new Model Boat Pond
* Native American canoe displays, paddle songs and traditional salmon barbeque
* Great Seattle Food vendors, root beer garden and Farmer’s Market
* Environmental education and history trail tours
* Fitness Field, paddling and sailing demonstrations – participation encouraged!
* Parade of Seattle mascots, children’s activities and much more!


* ADMISSION: FREE and open to the public!

* PARKING: If you arrive by car, there is limited pay parking available in the surrounding neighborhood.

* ALTERNATE TRANSPORTATION: If you want to leave your car at home, take advantage of the bicycle valet parking by Salal Credit Union or pick up a pair of Metro Free Ride tickets (good for both streetcar and bus) from the Zipcar office, located at 380 Union Street.

Learn more about the event and see a schedule of events on the Seattle Parks Foundation website.

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