For the Love of Kenmore: April 29th

For the Love Of Kenmore Event 

 

Is it possible to be in love with your City? Have you ever wanted to do something fun or inspiring for your community but didn't know where to start?

Inspired by community engagement expert Peter Kageyama, Kenmore City Manager Rob Karlinsey will lead this fun and interactive workshop to help you connect with your neighbors and your City. You'll hear from others who turned ideas into real projects that brought people together and created fun and beauty throughout our city. Then, you will have the opportunity to turn your ideas into action!

"Love notes" led by the community in years past have included the mural along 73rd Ave NE, painted fire hydrants, Kenmore Air Seaplane Fly-In, block parties, and more. To learn more about Peter Kageyam and his work, visit www.fortheloveofcities.com

Thank you to everyone who attended the April 29, 2019 Workshop!  Wondering how you can connect with other co-creators?  Contact Rita Moreno, rmoreno@kenmorewa.gov, 425-398-8900. 

Below are the ideas proposed during the event:  

Paint by Number Murals on the Burke Gilman Tunnels

Relay Event through Kenmore – connecting paths, parks, streams, etc.

Underwater Lawn Mowing

Community BBQ with the Business Community

More Flowers

World Record Event – Most Golden Retrievers in One Location

3-D Illusion Crosswalks Near Schools

Springtime Rubber Duck Race

Kenmore Rocks (rock painting and distributing throughout the city)

Children’s Business Fair

Kenmore Flash Mob

International Children’s Day Parade

Just Getting Started Markets (not to be confused with the existing Just Get Me Started classes at the Hangar)

Kids Art in Crosswalks

Uplights on the new 68th Avenue Bridge

Pop Up Art Installations along the Burke Gilman Trail

Carve Dead Tree at Rhododendron Park into Totem

Rainworks (stencils on sidewalks that only appear when it rains)

Trash Hun – Kids collect trash and get goodie bag

Painted Rock Border on the Burke Gilman Trail

Tea Party for Seniors

Open mic/talent event: poetry, musicians, storytelling, karaoke

Dance Guy – leading family dance

Pea Patch Community Garden

Candlelight Potluck

Neighbor Food Gleaning

First People’s Event – locations of villages, etc.

 

Last updated: Tue, 06/11/2019 - 2:08pm