Visit Redmond's First Pop-Up Dog Park, Paint a Canvas Beach Bag, Continuing Ukulele Classes, and more!

Parks and Recreation
Pop-Up Dog Park

Visit Redmond's First Pop-up Dog Park

The City has opened its first pop-up dog park at Luke McRedmond Park in Downtown Redmond in response to the growing demand for spaces for pets (and their owners) to exercise and socialize with others. The off-leash area is fenced, has a small and large dog area, and will receive regular maintenance and trash pickup. The park is open from dawn to dusk, seven days a week, and will remain open through September.

Learn more about the pop-up dog park

Canvas Beach Bag

Paint a Canvas Beach Bag

Paint a canvas beach bag with guidance from a painting instructor. Learn fabric painting techniques and leave with a finished project just in time for summer.

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Beginner Ukulele Classes

Learn basic ukulele skills in a class perfect for beginners. Learn basic chords, strumming patterns, and more. The class begins May 2 and is open to adults ages 18 and up.

Sign up for ukulele classes


Spring Cycling Classes

Beginner level cycling classes are offered this spring to those looking to learn the basics of balancing, shifting gears, bike safety, and more.

Sign up for cycling classes


Free Agent Sports for Adults

Stay active this spring by playing in free agent sports leagues. Adults can register as an individual and play basketball, volleyball, or pickleball.

Register for free agent sports

Tai Chi Classes for Adults Ages 50+

Tai Chi for Better Balance has classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students looking to improve balance and flexibility. The class is open to adults ages 50 and older and meets Thursdays starting May 4 at the Old Redmond School House.

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