You’ll love Kitterman’s incredible purr!
Kitterman’s charm is evident as soon as you meet him. He is a loyal and loving companion who wants nothing more than to be a good pet, and with a loud and encouraging purr he will endear you to love him. You best make room on the couch next to you, because he’ll also want to cuddle and press himself against your legs. He loves staring out the window at birds and making chirping noises when he sees them move around. If you offer him a chance at playtime, Kitterman will happily forsake his window spot for a chance to bat at his wand toys.
If you’re interested in meeting Kitterman (ID 31808793), check out his profile to learn more. And even better – Kitterman qualifies for the senior citizen discount!
The Seattle Animal Shelter, located at 2061 15th Ave. W., is open noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday for adoptions and licensing. For more information, call 206-386-PETS (7387) or visit www.seattleanimalshelter.org.
Amy Yee Tennis Center indoor courts
When it’s hot outside, it can be difficult to find safe, comfortable forms of exercise. With a forecast of a dry, hot summer, Seattle Parks and Recreation will be offering 50-percent discounts on indoor tennis court rentals at Amy Yee Tennis Center any day in July that it’s predicted to be more than 75 degrees. Amy Yee Tennis Center is located at 2000 Martin Luther King Jr. Way S.
Take advantage of this limited-time offer, and get fit without fear of sunburn or heat exhaustion.
Courts can be reserved up to six days in advance by phone or in person. There is a 24-hour cancelation policy. Reservations can be made for the same time if courts are available. Call 206-684-4764 to make reservations, or visit http://www.seattle.gov/parks/athletics/tennisct.htm for more information.
Doggy paddle, breaststroke, butterfly, backstroke. We think it’s important to master one or two of these when you live in a city nearly surrounded by water, so this year, we’re making our swimming pools more accessible.
New in 2015, individuals that qualify for Seattle Parks and Recreation program scholarships or reduced fees can also receive discounts at drop-in public swims, family swims, lap swims, pool playlands and selected aquatic fitness programs.
Eligibility will be based on family size and income level in accordance with Seattle Parks’ established application and approval process. For qualifying individuals, drop-in discount pricing will be $2 for recreational swims such as family swim, public swim or lap swim and $3 for fitness swims such as Water Exercise, Masters or Swimstrong.
To apply for a scholarship, fill out the scholarship form and bring a copy of your most recent 1040 Income Tax Form to your neighborhood pool. All Seattle Parks pools are participating.
For information about pool schedules, pricing and location, please visit our pool website.
Want to donate to our scholarship fund? Go here.
Seattle Parks offers new discount for drop-in swims!
Seattle Parks and Recreation is proud to announce the introduction of discounted drop-in swims at its public pools. Beginning in 2015, individuals that qualify based on income and family size will be able to attend a swim session at a discounted rate.
In Seattle, a city surrounded by water, swimming is an essential life skill. Access and opportunity to both drop-in programs and swimming lessons are key. By learning to swim, individuals gain life skills, have a reduced risk of drowning death and gain opportunities for new activities.
Drop-in swimming programs offer vital opportunities for basic exposure to the water, development of swim skills and personal health. Currently, many discounts are offered based on age, special population needs, prepaid sessions and frequency of use. With recent City Council approval, in 2015 Seattle Parks will also begin to offer discounts for drop-in sessions to those who qualify. Eligibility will be based on family size and income level in accordance with Seattle Parks established application and approval process. For qualifying individuals, drop-in discount pricing will be $2 for recreational swims such as family swim, public swim or lap swim and $3 for fitness swims such as Water Exercise, Masters, or Swimstrong.
In 2014, Seattle Parks staff taught more than 320,000 swimming lessons at swimming pools and lifeguarded beaches. Seattle Parks scholarship process has greatly helped reduce the cost of swimming lessons by offering half-price lessons at pools for those who meet scholarship eligibility. Additional fundraising for supplemental scholarship helps ensure swim lessons are affordable for all through Seattle Parks ongoing partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital plus many individual donations.
You can be a super hero too! Help a child learn to swim by making a donation to the Learn to Swim Seattle Parks Scholarship fund. Donate online: https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/1442483
For more information on pool schedules, location and pricing, please visit: http://www.seattle.gov/parks/aquatics/currentschedule.htm