Plan Your Rockin' Night Out, Balance Bike Class, Adult Ukelele Classes and more!

Parks and Recreation
Rockin on the River Feature Newsletter

Plan Your Rockin' Night Out

Bring your chairs and blankets for Rockin' on the River and get ready for a great evening of music under the summer sky! This free summer concert series kicks off with Rockfish and Friends at 6 p.m. on Aug 2, at the Redmond City Hall campus. 

Parking options will be limited this first night of the series due to the City Council meeting. We encourage you to take public transportation or locate additional parking options at the Transportation and Parking tab at the link below.

Learn more about the concert series

Child on bicycle

Balance Bike Class for Kids

Kids ages 2 - 5 can learn foundational bike skills that will carry over to a pedal bike in a two-week class at the Redmond Bike Park.

Find a class 

Woman playing ukulele

Adult Ukulele Classes

Learn to play ukulele or take your skills to the next level in beginning or continuing ukulele classes. Upcoming sessions start on Aug. 1.

Learn to play ukulele

Woman with horse

Senior Photos at the Farm

Looking for a unique high school senior photo location? Book a photo session at Farrel-McWhirter Park. Sessions are limited to 30 minutes and include one head shot and four additional digital images. 

Book your senior photo 

Children creating art

Art Camp for Kids

Kids ages 9 - 12 will use their creativity, paint, and other mediums to create unique artwork that showcases wild creatures and fantastical places in this art camp at Grass Lawn Park. Imagination required.

Find an art camp 

Bear Sightings

A few of our neighboring cities have had an increase in bear sightings and we want to provide Redmond residents with additional guidance on living, playing, and visiting areas frequented by bears. The Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife has some good advice on preventing conflicts, avoiding attractants, signs of bear activity, and more. 

What to do if you see a bear: Dial 911 in an emergency or report a bear sighting by calling Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife at (425) 775-1311.

More wildlife tips