|The Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department provides quality parks, facilities and recreation programs for Shoreline residents of all ages and abilities. Our Cultural Services division invites public participation and appreciation of art and music in varied forms and venues throughout the City. Through maintenance, improvement and community stewardship we protect our natural resources and preserve our environmental, historical and cultural heritage for future generations of Shoreline residents to cherish and enjoy.
|Dick Deal, Director|
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Help choose Shoreline's next sculpture!
Which is your favorite Sculpture Stroll artwork, the one you think would add the most visual interest to the City's Public Art Collection? All are in the lawn at Shoreline City Hall or along the Red Brick Road in the Park at Town Center across the street except #14 which is at Shoreline's Kruckeberg Botanic Garden. Best to view the sculptures in person or you can see images on the Sculpture Stroll webpage: shorelinewa.gov/art
Vote for one at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SculptureStrollVote by September 8! One vote per person. The Park Board approved a Purchase Award for 2014 and will make the final selection from among the top vote-getters. Purchase Award recipient will be announced in October.
In the Works
The Spartan Recreation Center gymnasium and dance room will be closed from September 3- 21 for floor refinishing. All other areas of the building will operate as usual, but the facility will close at 5:00 p.m. on September 3, 4 & 5 to accommodate this work. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Echo Lake Park will be closed for construction through the summer. We regret any inconvenience. Visit the Project Page for more information.
Registration is now open for the 2014 Monster Mash Dash
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