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Beacon Hill’s Cheasty Greenspace is ready to roll

Youth bicycle through Cheasty Greenspace

Mountain bikers and hikers alike can roam 43 acres of restored forest in the Beacon Hill area where the community cleared invasive plants, added native ones, and built trails thanks to the Cheasty Greenspace Project. Organizers hope the space will encourage folks to get outside, recreate responsibly, and develop a connection to nature. 


Celebrating Día de los Muertos in Seattle

Celebrating Día de los Muertos in Seattle

Día de los Muertos is a two-day festival celebrating and honoring the dead. This tradition is celebrated in our region, including at Seattle Center’s recent Festál series and El Centro de la Raza’s six-day Día de los Muertos that ends in an all-day event Saturday, Nov. 5.


“Look, Listen and Learn” explores the power of names

Look Listen & Learn

What's in a name? Turns out, quite a lot! Auntie Lena, Possum, and our friends at Look, Listen & Learn talk about the meaning behind names, and why it's so important to pronounce others' names correctly. 


The story of Discovery Park

Light house in Discovery Park

Discovery Park is the city’s largest public park at 534 acres, contains nearly 12 miles of walking trails, and is home to the Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center. We may take all of this for granted now, but for a long time, its continued existence as a peaceful, nature-centric space was anything but certain.


“Giving somebody grace can change their life.” Rainier Beach program inspires community.

A girl holds a button

Rainier Beach uses the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program in the classroom and reinforces them throughout the community. The interventions focus on safety, respect, and responsibility, and take many forms, including healing spaces that replace violence and tragedy with honest conversation and support.


Just 1 in 5 King County registered voters have cast a ballot

Voter ballot

Just over 20% of registered voters have cast their ballot in the General Election. With Tuesday being the last day to vote, now is the time to dust off your ballot and vote! If you need help filling out those ballot bubbles, don’t miss our resource-rich Seattle/King County Video Voter’s Guide. It contains short statements from candidates about their backgrounds, platforms, and motivations, so you know who’s the best choice for your community.