Shakespeare in the Park Comes to Lake City

Lake City Mini Park Treated to Shakespearean Comedy

On Thursday, August 9th, LCFF partnered with Randy Wiger from the Seattle Parks Department and Greenstage¬†theater company to bring the first ever “Shakespeare in the Lake City Mini Park” to about 30 audience members who seemed thoroughly entertained. Greenstage actors and audience members were real troopers as the first 20 minutes of the production were challenged by the urban sounds of asphalt repaving in the parking lot adjacent to the park. In true professional form, the show went on, and Shakespeare’s “Two Gentlemen of Verona” was enjoyed by all. Based on this initial effort, LCFF is committed to bringing it back. It was a special event for Lake City and one we hope you will strongly consider joining us for in the future. Thank you to all that came out to support.

Care To Dance?

Monday Night Dancing in Albert Davis Park – 6:30pm-7:30pm

Please join the Seattle Parks Department and Lake City Future First as we present “World Dance Lessons” in Albert Davis Park on Monday nights until August 20th. In partnership with the Lake City Young Leaders Program this series gives you an opportunity to learn a new dance, brush up on your skills or just enjoy the performance.

Albert Davis Park located behind the Lake City Community Center.

  • ¬†July 23rd is Salsa dancing with Suenos de Salsa
  • July 30th will be African dance with Gansango.

Lake City Community Center Open House

April 4, 2018 Open House 6:30PM-8PM

Seattle Parks and Recreation invites you to “Join us on April 4 for the Lake City Community Center Open House. Meet
Seattle Parks and Recreation staff, learn about our programs, ask
questions, provide feedback, and connect with our partners. We will have
fun activities for kids and light refreshments available.”

 

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