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8th Annual Capitol Anderson Park Alliance Independence Day Community Picnic from Patrick Richardson Wright on Vimeo.

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BTW: EVERYTHING IS FREE!!!!


FITNESS FIELD ACTIVITIES


7:00 am         Tai Chi
8:00 am         Athlete’s Stretch
9:00 am         Hatha Yoga
10:00 am       Kids Fun Run
11:00 am        Family Boot Camp
12:00 pm       African Dance
1:00 pm         Flow Yoga
2:00 pm         Zumba
3:00 pm         High Energy Conditioning
4:00 pm         Hula Hoop Yoga
5:00 pm         Laughter Yoga
6:00 pm         Brazilian Dance

There are even more opportunities than this to get involved with sports and physical fitness at the park. Look out for bike valet, Stand Up Paddleboarding lessons, square dancing, all ages dance party and MORE!

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KIDS STUFF GALORE

September 25th at Lake Union Park will be jam-packed with FREE FAMILY FUN for all-ages! Some of the activities, performances and experiences that kids will find particularly appealing at the big Lake Union Park Grand Opening will be BubbleMan, magicians, face painters, KIDS FUN RUN, All Ages Dance Party with DJ, Seattle Mascot Parade, Free Tours of historic boats, native plant potting, model boat pond, dragon boat racers, Native American dancer group performance, hula hoop yoga, and Salmon Bake, kids bands like Recess Monkey on stage and many, many more.

The Fitness field will be active all day and the two stages will host more than 15 musical acts.

Kids will enjoy foods by Ivar’s, Skillet Street Food, Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream, The Dragon’s Kettle Korn, Johnsonville Sausage, Cascade Farmer’s Market and the United Indians of all Tribes.

Many of the exciting activities start well before noontime including the REI Paddle Board Demonstrations, The Adventure School Bicycle Spin Art, United Indians of All Tribes Native Canoe Display, Wooden Toy Boat Building, History Trail Tours, Women’s Right To Vote performance by MOHAI, Coloring Contest, Native Pot Planting, Center for Wooden Boats tours, Model Boat Pond Demonstrations, Kenmore Air demonstrations.

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There will be TWO full stages of music at the FREE Lake Union Park Grand Opening Celebration.

Check out the line up!

Saturday, September 25, 2010

MAIN STAGE

7:00-8:00 Chin Music to compliment Tai Chi
8:30-8:45 Taiko Drumming
9:05-10:15 Hank Cramer Maritime Music
10:30-11:15 Recess Monkey Rockin’ Kids Band
11:30-12:00 Ribbon Cutting
12:00-12:30 American Indian Dance Group: Git-Hoan
12:50-1:30 The Seattle Opera Live, Free Opera in the park!!!!!!
1:50-2:50 Rolling Blackouts
3:10-4:10 Tallboys With square dancing
4:30-5:20 John Proulx Grammy Award Winner!
5:40-7:00 Kay Kay & his Weathered Underground Big Orchestral Pop
MARINA STAGE
10:30-11:30 The Whateverly Brothers Maritime Music
11:50-12:50 Raggedy Anns Bluegrass
1:10-2:20 The Pharmacy Grunge
2:40-3:40 Pint ‘N Dale Maritime Music
4:00-5:00 Why I Must Be Careful Jazz
5:20-6:20 Sassoon Klezmer
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Local adventurer, Greg Flores, one of America’s leading designers, has created not only one poster, but a series of posters commemorating a very important new part of the local landscape, Lake Union Park! Get in touch with us a for a special copy that you can take home to frame. That is all for now, I will let the poster do the talking. This particular poster celebrates Seattle and Lake Union Park’s Maritime Heritage. We are excited to partner with tons of Maritime enthusiats in South Lake Union including the Center for Wooden Boats, Virginia V, United Indians of All Tribes and many many more. For more info about the event click here.

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Hullo Adventurers.

This has been a remarkable summer, and I have not blogged half the things I have promised. This shall change.

I am heading for the dark moody heathers of Scotland for a year, to start a Masters in Modern Art. This means regular Artventure programming shall commence in the Autumn: the Europe edition.  Meanwhile, I am busy attempting to find myself a flat, register for classes, and reorient myself back to life in the UK. This translates as watching everything released by the BBC in the past five years. Visual archival research, of course.

So, adventurers, if you find yourself in the North, enjoy pub quizzes, or want to share a deep fried snickers bar, send me a carrier pigeon at gaogao@theadventureschool.com. Until next time.

GG

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