Help raise funds for a new picnic shelter at Waverly Beach Park


I don't normally post items like this, but this is a community supported effort and is a good way to give back to the community your work or live in.

The Kirkland Parks Foundation (‘KPF’) is collaborating with the Rotary Club of Kirkland and the City of Kirkland to raise funds for a new picnic shelter at Waverly Beach Park. The newly formed KPF has a goal of raising $50,000 of the total $150,000 project cost with the help of the community.

The funding is due to be completed by June of 2015 and then the project will be put out to bid. The construction is scheduled to begin fall of 2015 with a targeted completion date of the spring of 2016.

Kirkland currently has four picnic shelters throughout the community and they are utilized extensively for community enhancing events such as family barbeques, neighborhood picnics, etc. The addition of a picnic shelter at Waverly Beach Park would bring the total picnic shelters to five and it would be only the second one with beach access. These facilities are free for the public’s use or can be reserved in advance for a reasonable fee.

To learn more about this project and the new Kirkland Parks Foundation, visit the KPF website - or call 425-298-4046.

Get on the contact list for the Kirkland Parks Foundation.

Make a donation to the Waverly Beach Picnic shelter. KPF was established in 2014 as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization so all donations are tax-deductible.