Time Lapse of ICP Renovation!

Click on this link to view a video on the ICP renovation along with before and after photos!

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THANK YOU!

Thank you all for joining us last Saturday for the ICP (Re)Opening, we couldn’t have asked for a better event! Lets bring the children back to the International Children’s Park!

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The Grand Re-Opening of the International Children’s Park was an amazing event made possible by: King County Sports Youth Facility, 2008 Park & Green Spaces Levy, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, Cathay Bank, Starbucks, D.V. and Ida J. McEachern Charitable Trust, T. Yorozu Gardening Co., Inc., and the Domingo Viernes Apartments.

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Sneak peek of the park!

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Join us for the Grand Re-Opening March 3

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Save the date: ICP Grand Re-Opening on March 3, 2012

It is finally here, the Grand Re-Opening of the International Children’s Park!

We are excited to announce that the International Children’s Park renovation will be finished by the end of February and the Grand Re-Opening ceremony will be held on Saturday March 3, 2012.  Please keep an eye out for further details and save the date for the exciting festivities to come!

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Perfect Holiday Pins

Birthday, Christmas, Hanukkah, or Lunar New Year, it doesn’t matter what occasion it is, these pins will make the perfect gift for anytime of the year. Celebrate early with FICP and purchase a pin to support park maintenance and on-going programming in the International Children’s Park.

Featuring the Takraw Ball pin by Stuart Nakamura, a miniature version of one of the park’s newest sculptures.  Only available at the IDEA Space Pop-Up Shop from December 5th to 9th for $15.

Ready for the Year of the Dragon? Gerry Tsutakawa’s original Dragon pin would be the perfect gift for the new year! On sale at local retailers for $30.00. This also includes a card designed by Seattle Artist Curtis McGuire, created just for the International Children’s Park. Current locations at KOBO at Higo, MOMO, Wing Luke Asian Museum and the IDEA Space Pop-up Shop from December 5th to 9th.

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Construction so far…

Say goodbye to the old park and hello to whats coming! Check out these picture of the construction happening so far of the ICP. Photos are courtesy of Bincy Jacob (thank you!).

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