An intrepid photographer, Bob’s son, risked life and limb to take this photo of the Garden site and sweeping skyline view.
Seattle Chinese Garden looking for help to banish weeds this weekend
Enjoy a few hours outdoors in a beautiful setting at the Seattle Chinese Garden’s monthly work party. Many hands help banish the weeds. Meet new garden manager Bob Seely, who recently moved to Seattle from the East Coast, where he managed large private gardens. Bob also has lived in Japan and has deep appreciation for both Japanese and Chinese garden style.
Drop in any time during the morning; some volunteers may stay beyond noon. Bring garden gloves and your favorite weeding hoe or tool.
Sunday Work Party at the Seattle Chinese Garden
September 15, 10 am to Noon
September/October Public Hours:
Wednesday to Sunday, 11:30 am to 5 pm • Admission is FREE
6000 16th Avenue SW, North Entrance at South Seattle Community College