Feriton Spur Park Expansion Celebration

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On Wednesday, July 13, Kirkland Downtown Association, Google, SRM Development and City of Kirkland invite the general public to join a free celebration of Feriton Spur Park, Kirkland’s beloved park on the Cross Kirkland Corridor, in the heart of Google’s 6th Street campus.

Feriton Spur Park was expanded by more than double its previous size in 2021-2022 with the addition of several new features. The renovated park has a new 16-foot wide paved trail, a 44-foot pickleball court, an urban farm growing vegetables for Hopelink, bathrooms, a splash area and amphitheater.

The event will include live music, food trucks, pickleball, lawn games and refreshments. The evening will mark the official grand opening of Chainline Brewing’s café and tap room, Chainline Station, inside a historic Pacific Northwest Railway Caboose.

Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet and Google Site Lead Paco Galanes will provide remarks. Several sculptures using pieces of the historic Kalakala ferry designed by Amber Mikluscak, Lead Landscape Architect with The Watershed Group, will be unveiled.


Wednesday, July 13, 5:30-8 p.m. PT 

Program begins at 6 p.m. 


Feriton Spur Park on the Cross Kirkland Corridor 

509 6th St. S 

Kirkland, WA 98033 

(directly behind Google Building E) 

To get there, walk or bike along the CKC, take Metro’s 255 bus or complimentary parking is available on Google’s campus in building D, 451 7th Ave S, Kirkland, WA 98033. 



  • Wednesday, July 13, 2022 | 05:30 PM - 08:00 PM


509 6th St. S, Kirkland, 98033, View Map

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