Keep an eye out for…
Johnnie Olivan of Rejuiced Bikes in Portland creates new multi-purpose bike creations from recycled bikes and parts. Take a ride on his very own creation – the bike-bus!
Princess Sparklingclear, our icon of clean water since 1958, will be out dispensing fortunes and goodies.
Art in Action! The Production Cycle by Dominic Muren is a small-scaled mobile factory. Watch Dominic make re-usable bags out of the geo textile fabric reclaimed from the silt fencing used on site during the construction.
Brightwater Center’s Conservation Classroom and Learning Lab runs from 10: 30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Join Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust for oh-fish-ally fun activities for young artists and future green thumbs.
Cascadia Environmental Science Center will host water chemistry activities and microscopic explorations.
Stream and Pond Dipping—Drop in between 11:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. Head just over the bridge to the North Habitat area and catch the live creatures that live in the streams and ponds at Brightwater.
Performance art in the landscapes of Brightwater
Black Toobs by Susan Robb On the highest hill in the north habitat area, this sculpture shows the power of thermal energy and changes with the weather!
Natural by Sarah Kavage With little more than a pair of standard garden clippers and a rake, find the landscape in the north habitat area that is sculpted into braided fantasies.
Plus there’s food! Three THOUSAND tacos, roasted corn, ice cream and more! Refreshments are generously provided by contractors who designed and built Brightwater so public can enjoy the grand opening celebration at no cost.
Parking is limited and likely to fill up, so we really recommend taking one of our easy, FREE shuttle buses from the Woodinville Park and Ride at
To accommodate everyone, a free shuttle will run from the Woodinville Park & Ride, located at 17800 140th Ave. N.E. in Woodinville. Shuttles will run every 20 minutes from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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