Brooks Village Greenspace Gathering – BIPOC families with infants, toddlers, and school-aged children

Tue, March 12 @ 4:30 pm 6:30 pm

We want to hear from Skyway families and youth about how to use the community greenspace at Brooks Village! Brooks Village is a lush undeveloped 14.3-acre plot of land just north of Grocery Outlet in Skyway. On a section of the property, Skyway Coalition and the Homestead Community Land Trust are working to build up to 55 new homes that give first-time buyers the opportunity to own a home that is affordable to them and remains affordable to future owners.


Tue, March 12
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
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Skyway Coalition
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6418 S 124th St
Seattle, Washington 98178 United States
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Skyway Farmers Market & Bazaar

Sun, May 28, 2023 @ 11:00 am 2:00 pm

The Skyway Farmers Market & Bazaar returns on May 28 outside the soon-to-be-renovated new home of the Skyway Resource Center. Come down rain or shine and buy fresh produce and beautifully crafted items right in the heart of Skyway!

Brought to you by Urban Food Systems Pact along with Skyway Coalition, Kaiser Permanente, King County, and Renton School District.

Register your interest in advance to help get an idea of attendance for any free items as well as share your interest in volunteering.

6418 S 124th St
Seattle, Washington 98178 United States
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