New Community Centers Fill Need After Pandemic Isolation

After two years of isolation imposed by the pandemic, we are feeling hopeful as our community is building new welcoming spaces for people to gather. In this issue we highlight several new community centers that have either opened in the past year or will be opening very soon.

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After two years of isolation imposed by the pandemic, we are feeling hopeful as our community is building new welcoming spaces for people to gather. In this issue, we highlight several new community centers that have either opened in the past year or will be opening very soon.

This is not an exhaustive list of all the places where community gathers in Burien. There are long-standing spaces, from neighborhood clubs to houses of worship and local businesses, where community has gathered and organized to build a better Burien. Burien’s small-town charm shines through in these “third places”. We look forward to helping you get to know these community spaces in the future.

Emily Inlow-Hood
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