This past Saturday, DNDA celebrated the third event of 2016’s Cultural Events Series at Camp Long with the Environmental Education Station! Members of the community gathered to enjoy wonderful food, fantastic performances in the West African and Eritrean traditions, and engage with the amazing park enchantments, Zip lining and Rock Climbing. It was a wonderful afternoon of sharing community and arts while acknowledging the importance and beauty of our natural environment. We would like to give special thanks to our sponsor the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods and to our partners, the West Seattle Time Bank, Seattle Parks and Recreation and King Conservation District for making this event possible. We’d also like to give a HUGE thanks to all of the volunteers for helping make this event a success and to the students of Camp Long’s Leaders in Environmental Equity and Facilitation (LEEF) program for their amazing collaboration in putting together this amazing event! We look forward to seeing you at our next event!