Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR), the 23rd Avenue Action Community Team (ACT) and the Garfield Campus Advisory Council invite the community to a ribbon cutting celebration on Sunday, January 8 at 2 p.m. for the new Community Living Room. The Community Living Room is located on the south side of the Garfield Community Center, 2323 E Cherry St.
The ribbon cutting ceremony celebrates the opening of this newly constructed space with the theme of “A Safe Place for All.” The Community Living Room was conceived as a gathering space for the neighborhood and features barbecues, benches, a large picnic table, game tables, a beautiful seating stone, and a large flexible space for events. When the doors are open to the Garfield Community Center gym and multipurpose room, the indoor and outdoor spaces will connect and provide a new welcoming space for the community.
The 23rd Avenue Action Plan (Union-Cherry-Jackson) calls for the investment in more functional gathering spaces in the Central Area. The Neighborhood Park and Street Fund provided $83,000 for the project. These funds are available for neighborhood-based small projects and improvements.
For more information about the project, please contact Pamela Kliment, Seattle Parks and Recreation at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-684-7556.
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