Start walking for health and well-being


by Maureen Hoffmann, WABI Burien President Small steps. That’s all it takes to start a walking program toward greater health and a sense of well-being. For just the cost of comfortable walking shoes and a little time, you can go for a walk, get the kinks out, clear the cobwebs, change your outlook and have…

Maury Island gets some WTA love


  Last month, Department of Natural Resources and Parks Director Christie True paid a visit to a group of Washington Trails Association volunteers who spent a “working vacation” week building a new multiuse trail at Maury Island Marine Park.  Every summer WTA sponsors working vacation trail projects in the high country and wilderness areas of…

CHOMP! is less than a month away!


Enjoy a full day of activities at CHOMP!, King County’s celebration of local farming, food, and sustainability, on Saturday, Aug. 18 at King County’s Marymoor Park. Join King County Parks as we celebrate all that is fresh, delicious, local, and sustainable at CHOMP!  from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18 in the Willowmoor Farm area of…

Closure on East Lake Sammamish Trail


Short Segment of East Lake Sammamish Trail to close July 30th for 30 days for construction King County Parks and the City of Sammamish are taking immediate action to protect and restore the kokanee salmon population and will replace three culverts on Zackuse Creek this summer. The new culverts will provide access to over a…

Timber! Music Fest 2018 in pictures


Artist Home put together another great, sold out, Timber! Music Fest. Now on its sixth year! Total attendance: 3000 Of the 3000 attendees 597 were children ages 12 or under admitted for free Programming featured performances from 30 regional and national artists A big shout out to Artist Home for being such an amazing partner…