What's Happening

Summer 2017

City of Renton Programs, Events, Fitness, and Fun for Everyone!

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Rentonwa.gov | 7 Free Summer Family Entertainment in Renton Parks & Centers Renton Downtown Library 100 Mill Ave S., Renton, WA 98057 425-226-6043 Renton Highlands Library 2902 NE 12th St., Renton, WA 98056 425-277-1831 RENTON DOWNTOWN LIBRARY 100 Mill Ave S Spanish Story Time 10:30am Tuesdays, June 6–August 8 (closed 7/4) Enjoy stories, songs, and rhymes in Spanish. All ages and speakers of all languages are welcome! Acompañenos y disfrute de cuentos, canciones y rimas. Para todas las edades, hablantes de todos los idiomas son bienvenidos. HERITAGE PARK 233 Union Ave NE GROW! Thursday, July 13, 1pm Family program, all ages welcome. Celebrate the amazing, growing world of plants and animals through music and dance, and learn how to grow together! Presented by the Eli Rosenblatt Band. Come Alive! Friday, July 28, 1pm Family program, all ages welcome. Come Alive! is an interac tive per formance that emphasizes creativity, literac y, collaboration, and persistence. Presented by the Alex Zerbe. LIBERTY PARK 1101 Bronson Way N Re-Build-It Town Puppet Show 10am, Friday, July 14 Enjoy this fun, interac tive musical puppet show about a monster that has stormed through town, leaving a mess of garbage behind. Presented by KC Puppetree in cooperation with the City of Renton. Farmer 's Market Sing-A-Ling 5:30pm, Tuesday, June 27 Renton Farmer's Market (3rd and Burnett) Presented by Harmonica Pocket HIGHLANDS NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER 800 Edmonds Ave NE Professor Ficklestein's Physics Phactory Thursday, July 20, 1pm Family program, all ages welcome. Quirky physicist Professor Ficklestein can't wait to show of f his fac tor y's wacky experiments, kooky creations and goof y gadgets! Presented by Bill Robison. TIFFANY PARK 1902 Lake Youngs Way SE SUMMER READING PROGRAMS Steel Drum Party: Recycalypso Wednesday, August 2, 12pm All ages welcome. Dance, clap, stomp, and play along to live steel drum music! Learn how to use your creativity and resourcefulness to create music from just about any thing. All ages welcome. Presented by Ian Dobson Raise the Roof and SING! Thursday, August 3, 12pm All ages welcome. Join Nor thwest singer-songwriter Nanc y Stewar t for a joy ful sing-along concer t as you learn fun trivia about how songs have been power ful tools to help clean a river, quiet cr ying babies, and connec t us to each other and our past. Presented by Nancy Stewart Sponsored by the Friends of the Fairwood Library SUMMER READING KICK-OFF PARTY THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 4–6PM Renton Community Center 1715 Maple Valley Hwy, Renton Summer is finally here, and the libraries in the Renton region want to help you kick it off right! Whether you're a kid, teen or adult, we will have fun crafts, cool activities, and awesome prizes! And that's not all! You can watch the incredible moves of the Fraggle Rock breakdancing crew, get your caricature drawn, and make your own tarot card. Bring a book to recommend and learn of other good books to read! We can't wait to see you there! In cooperation with the City of Renton. Sponsored by the KCLS Foundation. Presented by Fraggle Rock, Lou Medina, and Present Day Tarot

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