Thank You for Another Great Season of Redmond Lights, Nature Vision Preschool Open House, Winter Beach Party at Redmond Pool, and more!

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Redmond LIghts

Thank You for Another Great Season of Redmond Lights

Today is the last day to catch Redmond Lights at Downtown Park. Thank you to this year's sponsors AmazonMicrosoftRedmond Town Center, Marketplace Sotheby's International Realty, BECU, South West Plumbing, StockCharts, iSmile Orthodontics, Bright Horizons, and State Farm Insurance Agent Nicole Lamphier. Thank you to this year's Redmond Lights artists and volunteers who helped create a successful event; as well as the businesses that participated as blinker stops or in the decorating contest and community members who participated or voted in contests this year. If you visited Redmond Lights this year, give the event team your feedback by taking a short questionnaire.

Learn more about Redmond Lights

Nature Vision Preschool

Nature Vision Preschool Open House

Learn about the blend of traditional and nature preschool curriculum and meet the teachers at an open house on Jan. 14 or 27. 

Learn more and sign up to attend

Pool party

 Winter Beach Party at Redmond Pool

Enjoy a swim and fun activities at a winter beach party at Redmond Pool on Jan. 28. Registration is required for ages 4 and up.

Learn more and register to attend

art class

Registration for Winter Activities is Open

A variety of activities are offered this winter, including community garden plots, pickleball, crafting, and more. Opportunities are available for all ages.

Explore winter activities

decorative plate

Artfully Made: Design a Patterned Plate

Learn to draw simple patterns on a charger plate and create a beautiful piece to display or use while entertaining. The class is available for adults ages 18 and older.

Sign up for the art class

Make a Difference in Your Neighborhood

Adopting a storm drain is a fun and easy way for the whole family to volunteer in their own neighborhood. Adopters take 15 minutes twice a month to clear leaves and debris from storm drain grates to help prevent flooding and pollution.

Learn more about adopting a drain in your neighborhood