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Art in the Park, Naturally + Virtually, takes place Saturday, April 17, from 1 to 4 p.m. The celebration of the city’s parks include educational activities and a tree giveaway. The program is a partnership with the city of Seaside, North Coast Land Conservancy, Sunset Empire Park and Recreation District and the Necanicum Watershed Council. Learn about the Watershed Council, the kayak launch and the osprey that nest in the park.

Meet at Sunset Recreation Center (formerly Broadway Middle School) 1120 Broadway St., or visit the Seaside Mill Ponds at the north entrance Avenue S and Alder Mill Road or the south entrance at U.S. Highway 101 and Avenue U.

The Necanicum Watershed Council will have an information table set up at Broadway Park.

A map of each site with walking and parking information will be available for participants.

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