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Lifelong Recreation Program: Line Dancing
Lifelong Recreation Program: Line Dancing
3/24/202022:34

Work out your mind and body while learning dance patterns and having lots of fun with Seattle Parks & Recreation instructor Denise Hunsaker. 

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

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A virtual stroll through the Arboretum

For many, it's a tradition to head to Washington Park Arboretum on Mother's Day. It's peak bloom for azaleas, rhodies, and some magnolia and dogwoods. The whole park is in bloom! This year, Seattle Parks and Recreation, University of Washington Botanic Gardens, and the Arboretum Foundation are bringing the Arboretum to you. With social distancing in place, you can help flatten the curve by staying home with this "slow TV" tour of the arboretum in bloom.

Enjoy the sights & sounds of the arboretum, virtually

For many, it's a tradition to head to Washington Park Arboretum on Mother's Day when it's peak bloom for azaleas, rhododendrons, and some magnolia and dogwoods. The whole park is in bloom! This year, Seattle Parks and Recreation, University of Washington Botanic Gardens, and the Arboretum Foundation are bringing the Arboretum to you. With social distancing in place, you can help flatten the curve by staying home this Mother's Day and watching a "slow TV" tour of the Arboretum in bloom. Watch the full tour on Sunday, May 10, just in time to play in the background during Mother's Day brunch.

Soul Line Dance | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Seattle Parks & Recreation instructor Suzanne Simmons leads you through a class of Soul Line Dancing. Learn new dance patterns to all kinds of music while getting some exercise and having fun.

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Yoga | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Stretch and move, improve flexibility, develop better balance, posture, and peace of mind. Seattle Parks and Recreation instructor Heidi Mair will guide you through this non-flow style of yoga.

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Pilates | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Join Seattle Parks and Recreation instructor Debra Dragovich while she helps you stabilize and strengthen the core muscles while improving your flexibility and posture.

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Tai Chi | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Maintain and restore bone mass, equilibrium, and poise, while playfully exploring vital energy. Seattle Parks and Recreation teacher Ed Baxa will guide you through this class of Tai Chi.

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Circuit Training | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Seattle Parks and Recreation instructor Rick Buyce will guide you through several exercises to increase your heart rate and strengthen your major muscle groups.

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Line Dancing | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Work out your mind and body while learning dance patterns and having lots of fun with Seattle Parks & Recreation instructor Denise Hunsaker. 

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Zumba Gold | Seattle Parks and Recreation, Lifelong Recreation Program

Join Seattle Parks and Recreation Marilou Jorgensen for this Latin-inspired fitness class that incorporates fast and slow rhythms with movements that are fun, easy and effective.

Seattle Parks & Recreation's Lifelong Recreation programs serve adults of all abilities with a focus on healthy lifestyles. Get fit or stay fit with this series of fitness videos with options ranging from yoga to tai chi to Zumba to line dancing.

Seattle Parks and Recreation - Seattle Park District Financial Plan Public Meeting 3/2/2020

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) is currently working on developing the Seattle Park District Financial Plan, which will lay out the funding for the next six years of the Seattle Park District. This meeting is held at Delridge Community Center.

In 2014, Seattle voters approved the Seattle Park District, which provides more than $47 million a year in long-term funding for SPR, including maintenance of parklands and facilities, operation of community centers and recreation programs, and development of new neighborhood parks on previously acquired sites. The current Seattle Park District funding cycle runs from 2015-2020. The next Seattle Park District Financial Plan will run from 2021-2026 and will be informed by a variety of sources, including our 2019 strategic planning process (in which we talked to over 10,000 community members), public input, and other known parks and recreation system needs.

For more information and additional ways to join the discussion, visit https://www.seattle.gov/seattle-park-district/park-district-planning

Seattle Parks and Recreation: Lifeguard Training Team

Video describes the Lifeguard Training Team (LTT) Program for Youth 15-17 years of age which trains and prepares them to become professional lifeguards. It is a Free program to all participants run by the Seattle parks Department Aquatics Division. Program runs each Summer at two locations: West Green lake and Mt Baker Beach on Lake Washington. The LTT Program has had a profound impacts on Participants. Here is a small slice of a LTT's summer. Enjoy!

Seattle Parks and Recreation: Sound Steps

The purpose of the Sound Steps Walking Program is to increase physical activity and social connection by working with people age 50 and older in a member-directed community walking program that is accessible and welcoming to all. Video by Dylan Randolph.

Seattle Parks and Recreation: Parks, Greenspace and Human Health

This video was made for Seattle Parks and Recreation staff and supporters. It details the many ways that research has connected improvements in public health with access to green spaces, parks, and recreation. This video features Dr. Howard Frumkin, former Dean of the University of Washington, School of Public Health.

Seattle Parks and Recreation: Outdoor Opportunities for Teens

Seattle Parks and Recreation Outdoor Opportunities is an outdoor expedition program designed to expose multi-ethnic teens (ages: 14-19) to environmental education, urban conservation, and stewardship.

Seattle Parks and Recreation: Specialized Programs

Seattle Parks and Recreation Specialized Programs provides recreational activities, sports, life skills, and social program for people with disabilities. We also create partnerships with many community groups, clubs and organizations for the purpose of increasing service capacity and improving access for people with developmental or physical disabilities.

Parks and Recreation Committee Public Hearing
The parks Legacy Citizens Advisory Committee has released a first draft of 37 newly prioritized investment initiatives that are being considered for a possible ballot measure in August 2014.
Candace Damon - Sustaining and Enhancing Seattle`s Parks
Seattle is envied nationwide for its remarkable system of public space. Seattle City Council invited Candace Damon -- a national expert on sustainable financing of urban open space -- to offer her perspectives.
Seattle Parks Profile: Magnuson Park
Seattle Parks and Recreation invites you to experience Magnuson Park. As the City`s second largest park, Magnuson has a wide variety of recreational activities - both active and passive. Learn about the park`s rich history and the work being done to make it a regional destination.
Seattle`s P-Patch Community Gardening Program
2013 is the 40th anniversary of the City of Seattle`s P-Patch Community Gardening Program and we are hosting the 34th annual American Community Gardening Association (ACGA) conference. Come join in the fun and see all the great urban agricultural activities going on in Seattle.
Jefferson Park Jubilee
Former Mayor Mike McGinn attends a dedication of Jefferson Park, celebrating the extensive improvements completed over the past three years.
Langston Hughes Ribbon Cutting
Former Mayor Mike McGinn joins City Council members and others to celebrate the re-opening of the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center with a ribbon cutting and musical performances.
Seattle Parks and Recreation: Christopher Williams
Seattle Parks and Recreation has undergone successive years of budget cuts, which has created both challenges and new opportunities. Acting Superintendent Christopher Williams talks about the state of parks in Seattle and how a new day is dawning.
Lifelong Recreation "For Kids of All Ages"
Lifelong Recreation Programs with pictures of participants and offers information about how to get involved. DVD Produced by Lifelong Recreation Advisory Council.
Lifelong Recreation "Come Play With Us"
Promotional DVD with general description of Parks and Recreation`s Lifelong Recreation Programs, showing people engaged in activities, and interviews with staff and senior participants. The DVD provides examples of people involved and engaged in trips and classes. DVD produced by Marianne Lyle for Lifelong Recreation.