The grand opening of the Washington Park Community House will take place on Saturday, Jan. 13, 10:00 am to noon, at Washington Park, 700 E. Washington Blvd.
By News Desk
The new facility is set to provide an enhanced experience for the entire community and serve as a hub for various events and activities.
The new, approximately 2,000 square-foot Community House includes a multi-purpose room, kitchenette, gender-neutral restroom, storage room, accessible office for recreation staff, Wi-Fi, and outdoor gathering space. The park also features new outdoor restrooms.
Parks, Recreation and Community Services Director Koko Panossian, said:
Washington Park has long been a cherished landmark in our city, fostering community engagement and providing a space for residents to come together. After months of planning and renovation work, the Washington Park Community House is ready to unveil its new facilities, offering an array of amenities and opportunities for the community to enjoy.”
The grand opening will feature a celebration filled with activities for people of all ages. The festivities will commence at 10:00 am with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony, where community leaders, local officials, and guests will come together to mark the occasion. Following the ribbon-cutting, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the new Community House and experience its amenities. Attendees will enjoy program demonstrations, information booths, live music, arts and crafts, and more!
For more information, call (626) 744-7330 or email ParksAndRec@CityOfPasadena.net
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