Crossroads Mini City Hall 15600 NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA98008 This neighborhood service center located inside Crossroads Shopping Center provides information and referral for a…More multitude of city and community programs and services. Staff and trained "cultural navigator" volunteers offer assistance in nine languages. Assistance is available for residents who speak Spanish, Russian, Chinese, Korean or any of the languages of India. Call for specific days and times for interpretation service, city bill payment location, information about jobs or support organizations.
Crossroads Shopping Center is the heart of East Bellevue's diverse community. Here visitors will find a stage…More featuring live, free entertainment every week, a seasonal Farmer's Market, giant chessboard and a host of government services including a library, mini city hall and police station. There are also numerous and unique restaurants and stores. The food court offers a wide range of delicious non-fast-food options.
People can connect at Crossroads and groups are welcome to meet at the many large tables. Families love to bring kids here to ride on the carousel, try new foods and attend storytime at the library. It is a great place to meet old friends or make new ones.
Bellevue Youth Theatre 16661 Northup Way, Bellevue, WA98008 Bellevue Youth Theatre gives 10 annual performances at the Youth Theatre and at Meydenbauer Theatre in downtown…More Bellevue. Until the new location, being built at the Crossroads Community Center, is completed, the current location is on a peaceful wooded lot on Northup Way. Bellevue Youth Theatre also offers children's acting camps and classes.
The Crossroads Park and Community Center offers a wide variety of services to the community. Its water…More spray playground is open all year long, with spraying water from Memorial Day through Labor Day, 8am - 8pm. It also features a par-3, nine-hold chip and putt golf course, two tennis courts, basketball courts, horse shoe pit, skate bowl, play area, picnic area and jogging path.
Indoors, the community center has a gym, game rooms, theater room and meeting rooms. Activities vary widely from recreational athletics to arts and hum service programs for youth, teens and adults.
The Center has recently opened a community garden. For more information about the gardens, contact Laura Hughes (425-452-7225 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org)