April 20, 2012 § 2 Comments
Our little downtown park has recently added a temporary art installation: Dr. Suess-inspired tree socks covering the trunks of all the trees, part of an exhibit by Seattle artist Suzanne Tidwell called Artificial Light. Years ago, we had one of Bella’s birthday parties (a fairy party) here, and the sight of the guests – building their own fairy houses and running through the meadow in wings and flower crowns – was magical. But this new display has elevated the park’s allure and, since it’s only here until June, we need to enjoy it while we can. Beautiful and inspiring, it’s definitely the perfect place to spend an afternoon hanging out and making daisy chains. Happy weekend!
Love those trees! Hey do you know when in June they will leave? I have a boy scout something to plan then. Might be a great place 😉
Hi Diane –
They are here through June 3rd. Hopefully it will work with your plan, because they are so fun for the kids.
Here’s more info: http://www.redmond-reporter.com/lifestyle/140198343.html