Take Your Child To Work This Thursday
This Thursday, April 24th is national “Take Your Child to Work Day” and we encourage everyone to bring their child to work so us grownups can finally take some time off!
[Oh wait…that’s not what this is about is it? Oops…]
If your workplace participates in this annual event, may we suggest that you make it even more interesting by showing your kid(s) some of the other aspects of life in Burien, such as:
- 4/23 UPDATE: Moshier Art Center event is fully booked!
10am: at Moshier Art Center (430 South 156th Street), Gina Kallman will be on hand to provide a tour. Youâ€™ll also have a chance to make some quick and easy â€œClay Fish.” Please let her know youâ€™re coming at [email protected].
- Noon: A brief tour of Eagle Landing Park with volunteer naturalist and park steward, Jim Branson.
- 2pm: a low tide at Seahurst Park is a perfect opportunity to discover Burien’s 178-acre asset. Stop by and check out the low tide at the beach and the parkâ€™s great views of the Olympic Mountains.
- 2pm â€“ 3:30pm: While at Seahurst, stop in at the Marine Technology Lab at the north end of the park and have a look at the salmon hatchery operation there. Teacher Joe Weiss will be on hand to answer your questions.
More information about national “Take your Child to Work Day” is at www.daughtersandsonstowork.org