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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Art and Park Walk Saturday

Bellgate at Northeast Sixth StreetMore than 20 pieces of public art, from the immense "Compass" at City Hall to funky sculptures complementing new wayfinding kiosks, will be featured in the Downtown Bellevue Art and Park Walk, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 30.  

Participants can register for either a six- or 10-kilometer walking route and experience a variety of artwork at points of interest, including Meydenbauer Beach Park, Old Main Street, Wildwood Park, Downtown Park, City Hall and the Bellevue Arts Museum.

Event registration will be taken the morning of the event at the Northwest Arts Center, 9825 NE 24th St., 8 a.m. to noon. Walkers must complete the walk by 3 p.m. The event is free for the general public and $3 for American Volkssport Association members seeking credit.

The Downtown Bellevue Art and Park Walk is the second of a series of four walks in Bellevue highlighting the best of the city's art, parks, natural and historic sites.

This event is offered by Bellevue Parks and Community Services and American Volkssport Association, with support from Bellevue Arts Museum.

2009 Park Walk Series
In addition to the Downtown Art & Park Walk, there are two remaining walks in the series, one each in September and October:

  • Lake-to-Lake Greenway Trail 15K Walk, Connecting People, Parks and Nature
    On Saturday, Sept. 19, walk through parks and open space, from Weowna Park near Lake Sammamish to the Mercer Slough Blueberry Farm close to Lake Washington.
  • Lakemont Lewis Creek 5K Walk
    On Sunday, Oct. 11, enjoy the colors of fall along hiking trails around Lewis Creek.

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Contact Information

Parks & Community Services
450 110th Ave. NE
P.O. Box 90012
Bellevue, WA 98009
Contact: Debbie Pettersson
Phone: 425-452-7106
E-mail: dpetterson@bellevuewa.gov


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