The South Park Teen Council at the SPCC operates to give voice to the youth in our community. In the past they have coordinated a Halloween haunted house, a dodgeball tournament with nearly 60 attendees, a miniature golf hole for the annual SP Putts Out event, and countless other projects. The Teen Council meets after school twice a month and is open to all to participate.
Lucha Libre Volcánica is an action-packed, all-out war between rudos and técnios whom fly into battle via daring, acrobatic attacks of epic proportions! Lucha Libre translates literally as “free fight”, and is a traditional form of Mexican wrestling that has its roots in the early 1900s. Lucha Libre is noted for its fantastical costumes and acrobatic flair. Lucha Libre’s iconic characters and costumes often draw upon historical myths of good and evil, as well as cultural traditions such as Día de los Muertos. In Mexico Lucha Libre is second only to soccer in popularity.
Book Club (morning group)
Join us for a morning book group from 9:30 – 10:30 a.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the South Park Neighborhood Center. Everyone is welcome. Click the website link for the current book or stop by the Library to pick it up.
Book Club (evening group)
Join us for a book group at the South Park Neighborhood Center. We meet every third Wednesday of the month from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Click on the web link here to see the current book. Free.
South Park Boxing Club
Two buildings on site. One with a ring and punching bags, a second with an exercise room with weights and exercise equipment. The gym is a department of SeaMar Community Health Centers.
Duwamish Rowing Club
Our mission is to bring the sport of rowing to the residents of South Park, Georgetown, White Center, and surrounding neighborhoods, and to offer recreational access to the Duwamish river that is affordable for everyone. Our vision is to develop a rowing club that emphasizes good sportsmanship, integrity, and strength of character.
Duwamish Yacht Club
Welcome to the Duwamish Yacht Club web site. We are a co-op community enjoying a protected location on the Duwamish River with the benefit of virtual fresh water moorage and easy access to the cruising grounds of Puget Sound and beyond. Located close to Highway 599 and the South Park district, we are easily reached from the north, south, and west; the rebuilding of the South Park bridge will reestablish our connections east.
South Park Arts
An organization dedicated to supporting, representing, and promoting art and artists in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood. Join our group. You don’t have to be an artist!
South Park Arts holds a couple of regular events every year. In the winter, the wildly successful Art Under $100 sale features affordable, edgy art just in time for the holidays. We also hold an event after the rain peters out and the sun peaks out sometime in mid-summer – South Park Putts Out, a mini-golf course in the streets for the city’s Night Out block parties.
South Park Neighborhood Association
SPNA is a community membership organization that gives voice to residents of South Park. We bring neighbors together, foster a sense of community, and provide a forum for residents to make South Park better. The South Park Neighborhood Association (SPNA) is the avenue through which South Park residents communicate upcoming events and issues with one another, as well as maintain a dialog with police, city and county government to address pressing issues in our neighborhood.
South Park Area Redevelopment Committee
SPARC is a unified body of businesses, residents and community organizations who work collectively to promote a vital, equitable, and productive South Park. SPARC manages the South Park Neighborhood Center (a City of Seattle building) at 8201 10th Ave S and acts as an umbrella organization within the community, often serving as fiscal agent for their activities and projects. It’s board is elected annually in June.