More sun Monday: Don’t wait to get into the water

70s and sunny for Labor Day, says the forecast … which means the Lincoln Park wading pool should be open for its last scheduled day of the year. It’s the only West Seattle wading pool still open, Seattle Parks pointed out in its roundup of remaining days/hours for its outdoor aquatic facilities around the city. Hours tomorrow: 11 am to 8 pm. Or walk further into the park, all the way to its westernmost point, and swim at Colman Pool, which ends daily operations after tomorrow (with two postseason weekends on the schedule, Sept. 8-9 and 15-16).

2 Replies to "More sun Monday: Don't wait to get into the water"

  • Spana September 3, 2012 (1:10 pm)

    Don’t know about today, but last week Hoawatha wading pool was filled even though they say it closed for season on Aug 15. Was kind of miffed, actually. Would have been there with suits!

    • WSB September 3, 2012 (1:46 pm)

      Was an attendant there too? Wondering if a renegade pool filler might have intervened. Happened a few years ago at Delridge, one hot day …

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