Pet Costume Party and Parade at Crown Hill Park in NW Seattle Crown Hill-O-Ween Halloween Dog and Kid Costume Spooktacular is back for our fourth season! Come enjoy some old favorites and some new things too! Dog Parade: Pets line up in their spooky best party costumes. Our expert panel of judges will decide who wins in four categories: Spookiest Funniest Most Creative Best Group Photo Booth: The Great Pumpkin is back to terrify the Village. Take a photo with him if you dare! Games: Pick-A-Treat and other fun party games will be scattered around the park. [...]
Let's Get Spooky! The sun is warm and days are still long, but the Crown Hill Village Events squad is already planning for our first big event of the fall. The 3rd Annual Crown Hill-O-Ween Pet Parade is set for Saturday, October 28th, at Crown Hill Park. Last year, pets large and small strutted their costumes around Crown Hill Park while neighbors looked on and cheered. We met the Great and Terrible Pumpkin, we dined on Scooby Dogs, jumped in the leaf pile, made puppets out of Peeps, and played spooky games with some of our local [...]
Movies are What Brings us Together Outdoor Movie Night at Crown Hill Park was a roaring success! Over 200 neighbors joined us for trivia, photo booth fun, popcorn, and The Princess Bride. Thanks to support from neighborhood businesses and artists The Crown Hill Village made the dream of a Crown Hill Park movie night into a reality. Not so long ago, Crown Hill Park was nothing but a field. Seattle Parks worked with the community to develop this empty field into an appealing space for our neighborhood to enjoy. Before the park was built, neighbors attended sessions [...]
Third Annual Birdhouse Build It might not feel much like spring yet, but Gardener Fred knows that its nearly time for our local wrens and chickadees to make their way back to Crown Hill. On Sunday, Holman Grove rang with the sounds of hand saws and hammers as neighbors, volunteers, several kids, and a dog named Jojo got to work building birdhouses. Gardeners Fred and Elizabeth had prepared for the event by borrowing tools and collecting a stack of reclaimed fence wood- some of it already decorated with a frosting of moss. "It's not about [...]
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