LCC March Community Meeting
Visit the Wild Isle at our March meeting. Paul Talbert, author and long-time advocate for Seward Park, will walk us through the first century of this remarkable park which seems to have a gift for everyone. Walkers and joggers enjoy the route around the park, picnickers enjoy the shelters or just sit on the lawn and watch the ducks while you eat your Bahn mi! Enjoy a production in the amphitheater or admire the crafts in the Pottery Barn. Let your toddler splash in the shallow water by the beach and enroll your ten-year-old in the search for bats at twilight.
The importance of parks to city dwellers was best explained by Edward Otto Schwagerl, Seattle’s second Parks Superintendent, and he wrote these words in a report: “Parks are full of Nature’s innocent and holy inspirations, and in them are whispers of peace and joy. Parks are the breathing lungs and beating hearts of great cities… where rich and poor mingle to inhale the unalloyed, God-given perfumes to body, mind and soul.
March 2, 2022 at 7pm Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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