West Seattle parks: Myrtle Reservoir Park dedication set – April 30

(Photo shared December 2010 by Andy Silber)
Just got the announcement from Seattle Parks – the dedication ceremony for Myrtle Reservoir Park is now set for 10:30 am Saturday, April 30th – that will be five months to the day since it actually opened to the public. From the official flyer:

• Enjoy great jazz music by Jacob Lakatua Quartet

• ‘Ooh and ahh’ as Capoeira Malês demonstrates an amazing acrobatic capoeira performance at 11:30. Spectators will have a chance to learn some of the basic movements and sequences of this exciting Afro-Brazilian art form that incorporates martial arts, dance and music together in a fun and accessible manner!

• Create at the arts and crafts table sponsored by the ARC Summer Day Camp program from High Point and Delridge Community Centers.

3 Replies to "West Seattle parks: Myrtle Reservoir Park dedication set - April 30"

  • Marcia April 20, 2011 (4:05 pm)

    It’s a nice park, but being it’s a city park, we were wondering why there is no restrooms?

  • Jasperblu April 26, 2011 (4:23 am)

    We often wonder the same thing Marcia. It sure cuts our visits short, since I have a preschooler & bathrooms are kind of essential for kids that age or younger. Maybe the city has no $ for the outbuilding/plumbing? In any case, even a handicapped accessible porta-potty would be better than no bathroom at all – like they finally installed @ Erciloni Park near the Junction.

  • Robert May 1, 2011 (5:20 pm)

    There actual is one of those large portapotties there now. It is up at the top on the other side of the fenced area. Not a great location but better than nothing.

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