“A Sound Garden” is a huge musical instrument and art installation created by Douglas R. Hollis, on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Western Service Center campus. Located on a hill overlooking Lake Washington in Seattle, the giant pipe-like structures murmur, whistle, and howl when the wind blows through them.
Cow and Coyote - Dress-Up Statues In downtown Kirkland, Washington, there is a life size statue of a cow with a coyote on it's back. In Woodinville, Washington near the Hollywood Schoolhouse there is a cow and calf (Sunbeam and MoonBeam) constructed out of metal scraps.
David E. Brink Park 555 Lake Street South Open all year, dawn to dusk. Named after the David E. Brink, the Kirkland parks director responsible for establishing many other Kirkland waterfront beach parks in the 1960s, this quiet, romantic park lies within walking distance of downtown Kirkland.
Forbes Lake Trail and Park Improvements Plan City of Kirkland PProject Visionroject Vision Th e following are key statements from the 2003 North Rose Hill Neighborhood Plan related to Forbes Lake Park: † “Forbes Lake is an important public landmark and open space feature in the neighborhood.
70 person Maximum Capacity within the Hall 125 person Event Capacity option May through September. Tours 15 minute tours of the hall are available by appointment on Mondays 2 - 4pm and on Wednesdays 9 -11am, subject to availability. To schedule a tour, please call 425-587-3300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kenmore to Kirkland hike was designed to avoid Juanita Drive and find a way through the neighborhood forests from Kenmore to the Kirkland Marina. The hike was more than 12 miles through Big Finn Hill and Juanita Heights Park. The hikers passed the lagoon in Big Finn Hill Park getting up close to a Great Blue Heron.
Volunteer Event Information – Juanita Woodlands Park, June 3, 2017 from 9am-1pm King County Parks Day of Event Contact – Lina Rose 206.491.5014 Please RSVP directly to Lina prior to the event if you are planning on attending so that they know how many tools to bring to remove Himalayan blackberries.
Lake Sammamish is a freshwater lake 8 miles (13 km) east of Seattle in King County, Washington, United States.The lake is 7 miles (11 km) long and 1.5 miles (2 km) wide, with a maximum depth of 105 feet (32 m) and a surface area of 8 sq mi (21 km 2).
Matthews Beach is Seattle's largest freshwater bathing beach. The park is named for pioneer John G. Matthews, who had his homestead on the site in the 1880's. The park is an ideal stopping place for bicyclers on the Burke-Gilman Tail- in fact, the outline of the original cove is suggested by the Burke-Gilman Trail, which was once the tracks of the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Address: 25 Lakeshore Plaza Dr, Kirkland, WA 98033, 425-587-3300 17 Best Things to Do in Kirkland, Washington - Photo: Iriana Shiyan/Fotolia » Juanita Beach Park Juanita Beach Park is where families can have the best beach experience in the Kirkland area.
Kirkland Action Joint Health Overview. Kirkland Action Joint Health is a supplement that can help preserve your joints and cartilage. Its ingredients, such as Hyaluronic acid, UC II collagen, and Boron work together to support joint flexibility, mobility, and comfort. The ingredients are also believed support bone health.
Park features Saint Edward State Park is a 326-acre day-use park with 3,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on Lake Washington. Picnic tables are available first come, first served, and the Grotto and several picnic areas are available for rental. The seminary building is not open for events at this time.
60 Acres is a King County Park located in the Sammamish River valley on the north side of Redmond. It is situated on 94 total acres, including 60 acres of premium athletic fields. When configured for soccer, it is the largest soccer complex west of the Mississippi.
The Wetherill Nature Preserve can be entered from the Points Loop Trail connecting the Towns of Hunts and Yarrow Point. It is a natural place providing in perpetuity, a habitat for flora and fauna of the Northwest and a retreat in which to commune with nature. The Preserve is a sensitive area to be enjoyed, but protected.