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Redmond’s Downtown Park will be a gathering place for the neighborhood and a venue for community events. Come meet your neighbors to celebrate the grand opening!

• Performance by Lucia Neare’s Theatrical Wonders

• Digital art by Maja Petrić

• Interactive, family-friendly activities

• Community Picnic

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Come join us for our monthly beginner's disc golf game at Mineral Springs Park, with help from members of the local disc golf community. At this event, you will not only learn how to play alongside other beginners but will also be able to receive valuable tips
from some more veteran disc golf players. All are welcome to this free event! No need to bring anything.

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AHOY! You're invited to our 2nd anniversary — and our first-ever BOAT CRUISE!

On Friday, September 14th, we’re celebrating two beautiful years of love and mischief aboard the brand new never-before-danced-in Salish Explorer. We'll have back-to-back DJs, Subset and Kryspin and not one, not two, but three specialty yoga classes to choose from. Surprises will be aplenty for our nautical-themed sunrise and ocean mischief awaits...

And considering it's our b-day, we're curating something extra special for this particular voyage. Come donning navy blues, sailor
stripes and mermaid leggings and let's boogie into sunrise upon the Salish Sea.

Year three, we’re comin’ for ya!

THE LINEUP+ Featuring Kryspin & Subset+ Yoga led by Audrey Sutton, Morgan Zion O'Friel, & Kevin Ng 5:45 - 6:45am+ Dance Party 6:45am - 8:45pm+ Cast off at 7:00am SHARP!+ Free cold brew, healthy juices, breakfast treats + more+ Live performances and special surprises

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There once was a day
That I could certainly tell,
All the things, you did,
Were not done very well.
It's not criticism, you see,
Just a lapse in your memory.
As our days, pass by,
I will keep wondering why,
Things you did from before,
You do not do anymore.
For some of the tasks,
You can no longer do,
Then you ask me to.
I will then, just comply
And do always, wonder why,
This ugly disease, has now,
Forced a change of how,
We live our life, every day
and it will never go away.
May God keep you safe,
In the palm of his hand.