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Information for Shoreline

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The City of Shoreline regrets to announce that our annual array of citywide summer celebrations, neighborhood events, and recreation classes will be cancelled this year in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

While we won’t be able to gather for our annual celebrations and events, we are also looking at ways to ensure we can still celebrate. We are working with our partner organizations and neighborhood associations to find ways to capture some of the community and creativity of summer events through other means. Now more than ever it is important for us to make those community connections, even if they are done from a distance. We will keep you informed as we develop these alternative “gatherings” and encourage everyone to find a way to stay connected.

Stay tuned, stay home, and stay healthy.

Fitness & Wellness Classes

Professional instructors teach a variety of fitness classes designed for a wide range of ability levels. Information and registration

Learning, Dance & Arts

Painting, Jewelry Making, Belly Dancing, Line Dancing, Tai Chi, Karate and so much more! Information and registration

Shoreline Pool

Lap swimming, aerobic and water fitness classes and swim lessons for adults seven days a week. Information and registration

Drop-Ins & Team Sports

Stay active with our adult drop-in and team sports. More information

Trips & Hikes

Our experienced hike and trip leaders design trips and hikes for a wide range of ages and abilities. Going on a trip with us? Trip and Hike Participant Guide [pdf

Shoreline Walks

Meet new people (or connect with old friends) and feel more confident exploring our city by foot. Specifically designed for adults ages 50+, but open to all ages and abilities. More information

Fitness Challenges

Monster Mash Dash
Shoreline’s annual 5k family fun run. Takes place along the interurban trail each year in October.