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Garden Office Hours for January and February 2015
   Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday -- 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
   Closed Monday and Thursday

Knowing the Spring Courtyard open hours:

Tuesday to Sunday 11:30 am to 5 pm. The Courtyard is closed on Mondays.

    • Admission is free. 
    • To save trees, please download and print the following guides on recycled paper and bring with you to the garden: self-guided tour handoutplant guidepoetry couplets.
    • Private group tours can be arranged. Contact the office for information.
    • The Garden is open for event / wedding rental. Click here for more details.
    • Check the website for any updates or special alerts. 

    2015 events & programs in Seattle Chinese Garden
    • Mei Hua blossom viewing on February 28
    • Peony / Bamboo Festival on May 2-3
    • Two series of Chinese Corner classes in spring and fall
    • Kite Festival on August 1
    • Moon festival in September 
    • Soaring Dragon on October 24 

    To see more Soaring Dragon Celebration photos by Dan Driscoll, Click here Highlight photos by double clicking and then download by right clicking.

    Dazzling Photos and Moon Magic

    When you visit the Garden, stop by the Chan Center south classroom to see the juried exhibit of photos from the 2013 photography workshop led by Ray Pfortner. If you are interested in receiving information about the 2015 summer workshop, please email info@seattlechinesegarden.org.

     

    Who is this doggie in the Garden ?

    Its Willow with her companion, Laurel Seely.

    The gates are now open to dogs with their two-footed friends, even those lacking this pairs perfect garden names. Note that Willow is on a leash. Please bring plastic baggies for you know what. Our big field is great for walking dogs, but also is enjoyed by children and many other visitors. Woof woof !


    Give a Gift That Endures Honor a Family Member or Friend with a Garden Brick


    Years from now, visitors to the garden will pass by this wall and be delighted to say, "Look, right there, those are my grandparents' names - they helped build this garden."

     
    Community friends prepare to cut the ribbon at the May 20, 2012, dedication for the Friendship Wall. To see more photos from this event, download a one-page pdf file.

    Give a truly memorable, personalized gift. If you purchase a brick for our donor wall (built in 2011) we will prepare a special, numbered certificate for you to give now. This is a great gift for someone who has everything.

    Prices vary from $200 to $600 based on the size of the brick and number of lines included.

    Bricks are made of green granite stone and have gold engraving.

    The cost of bricks is 100% tax deductible.

    If you have questions regarding the Brick Campaign, please email bricks@seattlechinesegarden.orgor call the office at 206-934-5219.

    Click here for Brick forms: English version or Chinese version.

    Your gift helps to build the Garden and strengthen a legacy for the important people in your life.

    Volunteering Opportunities

    The Garden offers many opportunities for volunteers to help with events, public outreach, administrative work, and horticulture and site upkeep. To learn more, please click on the descriptions below. Email info@seattlechinesegarden.org for questions. 

     

    If you enjoy digging in the dirt and mulching, pruning, and thinning, contact Bob at 206.849.4055 (cell) or gardenmanager@seattlechinesegarden.org. He welcomes volunteers for whatever time you want to spend helping out. Volunteers will rake, weed, transplant and complete other projects as needed. Please bring gloves, shovels, rakes, and other tools; the Garden can provide some equipment as well.





    Video Highlights the Garden Vision

    Matt Lincoln, a talented young filmmaker based in New York, spent several weeks in Seattle during the fall 2010 to film the final stages of courtyard construction and interview Garden leaders and supporters. Watch the video by clicking here!

        

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