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Arts in Motion
Arts In Motion is committed to the belief that arts education has the power to transform lives and communities and that’s exactly what we are doing!
Art Wolfe Gallery
Art Wolfe photography gallery located on 4th Ave S in Seattle’s SODO District.
Columbia City Gallery
The Columbia City Gallery is an artist-run collective that represents over 30 local artists.
Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center
An Arts and Culture center located in the Heart of Georgetown, Seattle; offering 8 diverse working studios, a printmaking center, various classes and workshops, open life drawing and a beautiful exhibition space.
Paul Robeson Performing Arts Center
Formerly known as the Rainier Beach High School Performing Arts Center, the place was renamed in 2004 to honor Paul Roberson. He was the first African American to make a mark in film and theater.
Rainier Valley Cultural Center
The Mission of RVCC is to enhance the character and quality of life for Southeast Seattle neighborhoods through the presentation of a variety of artistic performances and community initiated events.
ROCKiT space
ROCKiT space is a community creative space that aims to be a neighborhood place for music and art and the people who love them, provide resources and support for musicians and artists.
SEEDArts – SouthEast Effective Development
We believe in the power of art in community building.
South Park Arts
South Park Arts, an organization dedicated to supporting, representing, and promoting art and artists in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood.
Western Bridge
Western Bridge is a nonprofit space dedicated to contemporary art, founded by the Seattle collectors Bill and Ruth True.
Community Centers
Located on Beacon Hill, we offer a wide array of programs and special events.
Located in South Seattle, we are the second largest community center in the state of Washington and offer a wide array of programs and special events.
Rainier Beach
Located in South Seattle, we offer a wide array of programs and special events.
Van Asselt
Located in South Seattle, we offer a wide array of programs and special events.
Southeast Senior Center
The mission of the SE Seattle Senior Center is to provide a gathering place that promotes the independence of all seniors through a variety of programs and activities developed to enhance their life.
Farmers Markets
Columbia City Farmers Market
Wednesdays, April 28 through October 20, 2010, 3:00pm to 7:00pm – Rainier Ave South & South Edmunds, Seattle, WA
Georgetown Farmers Market
The Farmers Market at Georgetown Market Place will reside next to the historic General Offices building of the old Rainier Brewery. Open every Saturday from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., June 5th through September 26th.
Renton Farmers Market
June 1 through September 28, 2010, 3:00pm to 7:00pm – Renton Piazza, 3rd and Burnett, Renton, WA
Food Banks
Asian Counseling and Referral Service
ACRS is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization offering a broad array of human services and behavioral health programs to Asian Pacific Americans in King County.
Beacon Avenue Food Bank
Southend Seattle food bank located on Beacon hill.
El Centro de la Raza
El Centro de la Raza provides a unique blend of services and advocacy that results in stronger, more effective programs.
Georgetown Food Bank
Since the mid-1970’s the Georgetown Food Bank has served our City’s hungry in South Seattle.
Miracles Foodbank
Spiritual Miracles is a faith based food bank and Outreach Ministry in the Seattle area providing food, Spiritual guidance, and basic necessities of life to individuals who are in need.
Rainier Valley Food Bank
The Rainier Valley Food Bank (RVFB) provides food assistance to low-income residents in southeast Seattle, with a focus on seniors, families, individuals with disabilities and the homeless.
Rotary First Harvest
RFH acts as a conduit between farmers and the programs that serve hungry individuals and families in our region.
South Park Food Bank at Providence Regina House
Providence Regina House operates a weekly food and clothing bank out of the South Park Neighborhood Center on Thursdays from 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m.-12 p.m.

Beacon Hill
The new Beacon Hill Branch at 2821 Beacon Ave. S. opened July 10, 2004. It was the 11th project completed under the “Libraries for All” building program.
The newly expanded Columbia Branch at 4721 Rainier Ave. S. opened Aug. 22, 2004. It was the 12th project completed under the “Libraries for All” building program.
New Holly
The relocated NewHolly Branch at 7058 32nd Ave. S. opened Nov. 20, 1999, in the NewHolly Neighborhood Campus. It was the first branch to open under the “Libraries for All” building program.
Rainier Beach
The expanded Rainier Beach Branch opened Saturday, Jan. 17, 2004. It was the fifth project completed under the 1998 voter-approved “Libraries for All” building program.
Museum of Flight
The Museum of Flight exists to acquire, preserve, and exhibit historically significant air and space artifacts.
NW African American Museum
The Northwest African American Museum is a vibrant community gathering place, a place where youth, adults and families can honor the past and articulate the future.
Rainier Valley Historical Society
The Rainier Valley Historical Society’s mission is to collect, preserve, exhibit, and interpret the history and heritage of the Rainier Valley.
Wing Luke Museum
The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is dedicated to immersing people in uniquely-American stories of survival, success, struggle, conflict, compassion and hope.
Beer Sheva Park
Beer Sheva Park is located in southeast Seattle. It’s the perfect place to visit on a summer day, when the view across Lake Washington to Mercer Island and the Cascade Mountains is incomparable.
Bradner Gardens
Bradner Gardens Park is a new 1.6-acre park in the Mt. Baker neighborhood of southeast Seattle at 29th Avenue South and South Grand Street.
Brighton Playfield
Brighton Playfield, located next to Aki Kurose Middle School, includes ballfields, tennis courts, and a children’s play area.
Colman Park
Colman Park is located just south of the old Lake Washington Floating Bridge. The beach itself is adjacent to Mount Baker Bathing Beach, but is a part of Colman Park.
Colman Playfield
The old Colman School provides a backdrop to the carefully maintained Colman Playfield.
Columbia Park
Along busy Rainier Avenue, Columbia Park offers open grass and two magnificent maple trees beside the Columbia Branch of the Seattle Public Library.
Dearborn Park
Along busy Rainier Avenue, Columbia Park offers open grass and two magnificent maple trees beside the Columbia Branch of the Seattle Public Library.
Genessee Park & Playfield
Genesee Park and Playfield is a broad, rough meadow that stretches for about 5 blocks north from Genesee Street to Stan Sayres Memorial Park on Lake Washington Boulevard.
Georgetown Playfield
Georgetown Playfield’s facilities include lighted ballfields, a 1/2 basketball court, a children’s wading pool, tennis & handball courts, and swings.
Hutchinson Playground
Upper Rainier Beach park between 59th Ave S and 57th Ave S, near Norfolk. Large field for baseball/soccer. Full basketball court, tennis courts. Seattle Rugby is frequently played here.
Jimi Hendrix Park
Park at 2400 S Massachusetts St., renamed to commemorate one of Seattle’s most influential icons.
John C. Little, Sr. Park
Long called the 37th Avenue Park, this South Beacon Hill park was renamed the John C. Little, Sr. Park in September 2004.
Kubota Gardens
A stunning twenty acres of hills and valleys, the Kubota Garden features streams, waterfalls, ponds, rock outcroppings and an exceptionally rich and mature collection of plant material.
Lake People (Xacua’bs) Park
The mission of FoGH is to build community, restore native vegetation, imporve natural habitat and provide educational opportunities to the surrounding community.
Lake Ridge Park
Lakeridge Park was named in 1947 by The Seattle Planning Commission. The parks was once known as “Dead Horse Canyon”, named in 1909 by homesteaders Chas J. Walker.
Lake Washington Blvd.
Nine-mile boulevard designed by the Olmsted Brothers in 1904, one of the best bike routes in the city.
Lakewood Moorage
40 wet moorage slips ranging in size from 20ft to 60ft. Water is available at no charge, and 20 and 30 amp power is available for an additional fee.
Lakewood Playground
Playground on S Angeline St.
Martha Washington Park
Martha Washington Park is a beautiful expanse of green lawn, trees, and waterfront – a great place to bring your picnic blanket and frisbee.
Mount Baker Park
Mount Baker Park is a gentle ravine boulevard sloping down to Colman Park and the Mount Baker Bathing Beach on Lake Washington
Othello Playground
Othello Park is a nicely designed park, spacious spot near Holly Park.
Oxbow Park
Final home of The Hat ‘n’ Boots!
Pritchard Island Beach
Pritchard Island Beach is located in the Rainier Beach area, north of Beer Sheva Park. Several large cottonwoods flutter in the breeze as swimmers head for the raft.
Rainier Beach Playfield
Located adjacent to Rainier Beach Community Center, Rainier Beach Playfield includes tennis courts, and ballfields.
Rainier Playfield
Rainier Playfield was originally named Columbia Playfield, which was then the name of the pioneer town in the vicinity.
Sam Smith Park
Sam Smith Park comprises the largest and most central part of the I-90 lid, with a play area for children, picnic tables, and tennis courts.
Seward Park
Within the Seattle city limits, Seward park boasts 300 acres of beautiful forest land – home to eagles’ nests, old growth forest, a 2.4 mile bike and walking path, an amphitheater, a native plant garden, and more.
Skyway Park
Located in the West Hill community, an unincorporated urban area south of Seattle and west of Renton, Skyway Park features ballfields, a play structure, basketball and tennis courts, a picnic area, and restroom.
Stan Sayres Memorial Park
Stan S. Sayres Memorial Park (also known as “Sayres Pits” because of its association with Seattle’s annual Seafair Hydroplane Races) is located a mile south of the Interstate 90 Bridge on Lake Washington.
Angel Morgan
Neighbors in a South Seattle community came together in 2003 to talk about what could be done with the abandoned lot at 42nd Ave South between Morgan Street and Angel Place.
Beacon Bluff
Beacon Bluff P-Patch is the new kid on the block, and we are definitely on the block!
Bradner Gardens Park
Located in Bradner Gardens Park the P-Patch is surrounded by demonstration gardens, art elements and unique garden structures.
Brandon Street Orchard
The Brandon Street Orchard is a new P-Patch site in the Hillman City neighborhood.
Colman Park P-Patch
Colman Park is one of the Seattle Parks designed by Olmsted and meanders down to Lake Washington Blvd.
Courtland Place
Courtland Place P-Patch was born out of a need to reclaim an unused section of Spokane Street right-of-way for the greater good of the local community.
Estelle Street
Estelle P-Patch is located behind John Muir Elementary in what used to be a carriage road onto Rainier Avenue.
Hillman City
Hillman City P-Patch was awarded a Matching Funds Grant in October, 2009 to begin the planning for redesigning the gardening area and community open space at our site.
Oxbow Park
The park enjoys a number of community uses including a small P-Patch.
Firmly planted on the crest of Beacon Hill, with a refreshing breeze blowing through the springtime mustard blossoms, is the Snoqualmie P-Patch.
A visit to Thistle is like a tour of the world. Italian tomatoes grow side by side with oriental shizo. Midwestern row gardens adjoin widely broadcast raised beds of greens.
Allentown Pea Patch Garden
This 12 acre site is primarily undeveloped except for a small pea patch area, with spaces available to rent out for a personal garden.
Post Offices
4th Ave S
Business Hours – Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:30pm Sat-Sun Closed
Last Daily Collection – Mon-Fri 6:30pm Sat 3:00pm Sun Closed
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International District
Business Hours – Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm Sat 9:00am-3:00pm Sun Closed
Last Daily Collection – Mon-Fri 5:00pm Sat 12:00pm Sun Closed
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Last Daily Collection – Mon-Fri 5:30pm Sat 3:15pm Sun Closed
Business Hours – Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm Sat-Sun Closed
Last Daily Collection – Mon-Sat 5:00pm Sun Closed
African American Academy
African-centered education recognizes the undisputed fact that humanity began in Africa, and acknowledges contributions of all peoples and cultures.
Aki Kurose Middle
Aki Kurose Middle School Academy is a vibrant and diverse community of learners dedicated to creative, academic, and physical development.
Asa Mercer Middle
Asa Mercer Middle School located on S. Columbian Way
Beacon Hill International School
“BHIS” offers full-day Kindergarten, team teaching in an Open Concept space, and English-as-a-Second language specialists as well as many other support services.
Brighton Elementary
Brighton Elementary located on 45 Avenue South.
Dearborn Park Elementary
At Dearborn Park Elementary we respect and celebrate the wealth and vitality of the ethnic and cultural traditions that abound in Seattle’s Beacon Hill neighborhood.
Dunlap Elementary
Dunlap Elementary located on S Cloverdale St.
Emerson Elementary
Emerson is a welcoming Community with high expectations and respect for all. We are committed to learning and achievement that is culturally relevant.
Franklin High
Students at our school are not only Franklin High School students, but also members of small learning communities, or academies.
Graham Hill Elementary
Graham Hill is in the heart of SE Seattle. We are a unique school as we have two wonderful programs to serve our children: Traditional ( K-5) and Montessori (PreK-5).
Hawthorne Elementary
At Hawthorne Elementary School, we are preparing children to be successful leaders and learners in the 21st century.
John Muir Elementary
John Muir Elementary School is a culturally diverse school where students are nurtured and learning is celebrated.
Orca K-8
The Orca K-8 Vision – In this garden we all belong. We spread roots in rich soil. With wind, rain, and sun, we grow fruits and flowers. We send seeds of change across the Earth.

Rainier Beach High
Rainier Beach is a comprehensive high school with the smaller size that many parents prefer. This provides more personalized education where the staff gets to know students well.
South Lake High
South Lake’s mission is to provide educational experiences in a highly responsive environment for high school age students. We provide a supportive, caring and stable atmosphere.
South Shore School
“We are a loving community of purposeful learning that focuses on the whole child: body, mind and spirit!”
Van Asselt
Mission Statement – To provide an enriched, safe, caring school community where everyone becomes competent in the academic and social skills necessary to be responsible, contributing members of society.
Whitworth Elementary
Whitworth Elementary located on 46th Ave South.
Wing Luke Elementary
Wing Luke’s Vision is to build a high performing, multicultural community for lifelong learning.
Zion Preparatory Academy
For over 27 years Zion Preparatory Academy has brought an excellent education to the students in the Rainier Valley.

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