Redmond Lights Art in the Park, Outdoor & Virtual Fitness Activities, Gentle Yoga Starts Soon, Semilla Flamenca's "Elena Dances Flamenco", Give Feedback on Parks and Recreation Programs, Westside Park Reopens!

Parks and Recreation
Art in the Park - Redmond Lights

Redmond Lights Art in the Park

One of the best parts of Redmond Lights is the local art that lights up Downtown Park! The installation of these art pieces begins on Dec. 1 and is possible thanks to the generous contributions of our art installation sponsors Sotheby's, BECU, and Puget Sound Energy.

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Virtual Workouts

Outdoor and Virtual Fitness Activities

 Staying active during the holiday season can give you energy and reduce stress! Join us for one of our outdoor or virtual fitness classes to stay active this winter. 

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Gentle Yoga

Gentle Yoga Starts Soon

 The holiday season can be stressful for anyone. The Gentle Yoga class can help relieve stress and elevate wellbeing virtually. December’s sessions meet on Friday mornings starting Dec. 3.

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Group of children reading books

Semilla Flamenca's "Elena Dances Flamenco"

As a part of their 2021 Redmond Art Grant, author and founder of local dance studio Semilla Flamenca, Paulina Chalita-White and illustrator, Adriana Morales Marin have created a one-of-a-kind children’s book “Elena Dances Flamenco.” This book captures the wonder of experiencing something new and brings a young audience to the vibrant world of Flamenco.

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Virtual Workshop

Give Feedback on Parks and Recreation Programs

The City of Redmond invites the community to attend a virtual workshop to provide input on the community benefit of parks and recreation programs and services. The virtual workshop will take place on Nov. 30 and involves small-group discussions led by a facilitator.

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Westside Park Reopens!

Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate the reopening of Redmond's Westside Park! This renovated neighborhood park features an ADA accessible trail loop, Redmond's first zipline, a wooden picnic shelter, a pickleball court, and the revised drainage allows the park to be usable all year long. Thanks to park designers, Board & Vellum, and our contractors, Ohno Touchdown JV, for their beautiful work. Come and explore Westside Park from dawn to dusk!

Learn more about Westside Park