Let the open space celebration begin. Here’s Friday’s schedule from People’s Parking Lot:
Park(ing) Day 2009 Central Park Schedule
9:00 AM: All parks open
11:30 AM – 2:00 PM: Negative Space Charette
12:00 PM: Mike O’Brien stops by
2:00 – 4:00 PM: Capitol Hill Housing reviews Broadway Station Charette (informal; may be updated)
4:00 – 5:00 PM: Toy Box Trio performs
5:00 – 6:00 PM: Work in Progress…Ice cream social maybe?
6:00 – 7:00 PM: Awards “ceremony”
8:00 PM: Disappear
And last not but not least, 12 hr notice will be in attendance, performing when he is inspired.
Plus there will be activities at many of the mini-parks on the lot.
Hungry? There will be at least one BBQ so bring some grillin’ goods. Plus, Hollow Earth Radio will have a plot in the Central Park lot and is encouraging people to stop by to share their ‘urban confessions.’
And of course Central Park isn’t the only Park(ing) Day activity on the Hill. Sustainable Capitol Hill will be creating a pocket park in the street in front of Bluebird Ice Cream and Tea Room. Meanwhile Seattle Department of Transportation will be on Summit between Denny and Olive with a cool park to collect community ideas on, well, parks. From SDOT’s e-mail to CHS:
A large map will be available for people to mark where locations they think should be turned into parks and the Crawl Space Gallery will also be participating by opening their gallery from 10AM to 5PM and starting at 1PM hosting a ‘meet and eat’ with Brendan Jansen the artist exhibiting at the Gallery.