11th Annual Party in the Park
On Saturday, June 22nd from 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM we will once again host the Bridle Trails Party in the Park. The event will feature multiple demonstrations from some fabulous horse groups, other demonstrations, kids games and a 5k/10k trail run. Also not to be missed is the fantastic pancake breakfast. For more information click on the event page Bridle Trails Park Foundation "Party In The Park" or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Centenial Celebration!Our Centennial Celebration was a great success. Hundreds of people spent the afternoon at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School on Saturday, March 23rd from 1-4pm. The event focused on of Nostalgia, Nature, and Neighbors. For more information on the Centennial Celebration, click here to look at the Centennial Celebration flyer. As part of the Centennial Celebration, there was also a Photo Contest. Click here to look at the Photo Contest flyer. We will post the photo contest results here very soon.
Plays in the Park
We will again be hosting plays at the park. The schedule is being finalized now. Check back later for more info or email email@example.com for more information.
Music in the Park
We will again be hosting at least one music event at the park. The schedule is being finalized now. Check back later for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
"Art In The Park" events are held at the park. Groups of six to eight gather to create beautiful ink prints using plant material from our homes (not the park!).
The classes are led by talented artist, and great teacher, Betz Bernhard. Many thanks to Betz for sharing her knowledge, talent and skills. As adults we don't get many opportunities to unlock our creativity, experimenting with colors, textures and shapes to create something with our own hands that is uniquely beautiful.
It is alot of fun and another instance of the Park providing us with the opportunity to put aside our daily routines, our responsities, worries, etc., and instead to be in the moment, soaking up all the beauty around us and creating our own.
Again, many thanks to Betz for donating her time and talents. Thanks also to Foundation Vice President, Jim Erckmann and Ranger Mary Welborn for their help in planning the events.
If you would be interested in attending an "Art In The Park" event, please contact email@example.com
Earth Day Stewardship Event
Earth Day events are held each year. Work is focused on cleaning up and removing non native plants.
Everyone works hard and by the end of the half day event a 40 cubic yard dumpster is full and many native plants are in the ground.
Our thanks to all those who participate. Washington State Park Rangers are instrumental in making this event a success. Thanks to Ranger Mary Welborn and Foundation Vice President, Jim Erckmann for planning and leading the event each year. A very special thanks also to Pacific Topsoils, which both donated the dumpster for the plant debris and disposed of the material.
Volunteers devour pizza and salad for lunch and we hope they leave feeling good about the work they accomplished and the help they provided.
Bridle Trails Park Foundation hosts a number events at the Park thoughout the year. Our largest event is the "Party In The Park".
For a list of events held at the park, take a look at the Park Calendar.