New rental (and classes!) venue: Dakota Place open house a hit

October 20, 2012 at 5:46 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle parks | Comments Off

Even in the mid-afternoon rain, the historic California Avenue substation building – part of Dakota Place Park, which itself was dedicated three years ago – drew a crowd to its open house today. And it wasn’t just the free barbecue –

- though that was a hit too! Hiawatha Community Center is organizing some classes here through Seattle Parks, but it’s also available to rent for parties and meetings. As Hiawatha’s Tiffani Melake showed us, the big room has two screens, and the smaller room had a wall-mounted flat screen – there’s sound equipment too.

With the 1930 building – capacity up to 215 – all spruced up, the park is now complete. Here’s how to find out about renting it: For banquet rentals Fridays-Sundays, call Seattle Parks at 206-684-7254; for weekday rentals, Hiawatha CC is handling them at 206-684-7441.

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