Join Parks & Recreation staff to create a snapshot of the variety of wildlife that can be found locally! Participants will use an app called iNaturalist to take pictures of plants, insects and animals to see what wildlife is present in the park on the day of the event and provide the community with more information about pollinators, which are essential to our ecosystem.
June 28 - July 15: PopUp StoryWalk - "The Bear's Song" by Benjamin Chaud
Ongoing, located throughout the Park at Bothell Landing
All ages welcome
PopUp StoryWalk is a local program promoting literacy, health, and art appreciation using deconstructed children’s storybooks installed in outdoor community spaces. Begin a children’s story at the start of a trail, read posted pages along the way, and end the trial as you end the book. PopUp StoryWalk rotates between book selections, inspiring families to follow the installations and experience a featured book in a new location. You can enjoy a new outdoor adventure with each PopUp Storywalk installation! Get Outdoors! Get Reading!
Saturday, July 13, 2019: The Primrose Players present Shakespeare in the Park: "Measure for Measure"
7 p.m. at the Park at Bothell Landing amphitheater
Sunday, August 11, 2019: Birds of the West - Sketching with Molly Hashimoto
2 p.m. at the Park at Bothell Landing amphitheater
Join the Bothell Library to learn all about birds of the west with artist and longtime teacher Molly Hashimoto, author of the newly released Birds of the West: An Artist’s Guide. Discover some of our common and uncommon species and find out where to look for them, as Molly shares information about bird habitats as well as tips on creating bird art. You’ll have the chance to make hands-on art, as we sketch birds using pencil and pens and use toned paper for dramatic effects (supplies provided). Sponsored by the Friends of the Bothell Library.