First Hill Park SE 32nd St & 72nd Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 Serving the residental area around SE 32nd and 72nd Ave SE, this little park offers a respite from the chores of…More the day. There is an elaborate play structure for the kids, with quite a slide. And basketball is available.
Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce 7605 SE 27th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce serves the business community by advocating on behalf of members and raising their…More visibility locally and regionally. It supports several local events including the Third Thursday Art Walk and annual favorites such as Halloween Trick-or-Treat and the Christmas Tree Lighting. The centrally located office also doubles as an art gallery. Island tourists can find free maps here.
Mercerdale Park 77th Ave SE & SE 32nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Mercerdale Park is in the heart of downtown Mercer Island and offers a plaza area, picnic tables, a skate park and…More a children's play structure. Open space at the center of the park is surrounded by a walking path, and an additional 18.5 acres of forested hillside area to the west, called Mercerdale Hillside Park, is part of the city's Open Space Vegetation Plan. A community sign on the east side of the park (78th Avenue Southeast) announces ongoing community events.
Mercer Island Women's Club PO Box 505, Mercer Island, WA98040 The Mercer Island Women's Club is a social and philanthropic organization. The club takes part in a variety of annual…More fundraising events. Yearly dues are $25.
The Mercer Island Baha'i's are a monotheistic religious group that places their faith in the unity of God and…More religion.</p>
<p>The local church does not have a meetinghouse on Mercer Island or regularly scheduled meetings, so call for worship service times.</p>
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5760 is Mercer Island's principal military veterans organization.
More than…More 70 members participate in the club, which supports companionship and service to the local community. Some of the programs and events the club supports includes a Relief Fund for veterans needing medical or material support, hospital visits and Summer Celebration.</p>
<p>The VFW's home, Keewaydin Clubhouse, is itself an institution. Originally built as Mercer Island's first community hall in 1922, the building recently saw a number of repairs and refurbishment. It is available for rental for special events and community functions. The VFW purchased the hall in 1966.</p>
The Rotary Club Of Mercer Island PO Box 1, Mercer Island, WA98040 The Rotary Club of Mercer Island is a service club focused on promoting humanitarian goals worldwide. The club supports…More regional efforts such as Rotary First Harvest and also holds sponsors an annual half-marathon on Mercer Island every March. Rotary meets every Tuesday at the Community Center at Mercer View. Invited guests are also welcome.
Luther Burbank Park 2040 84th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 Luther Burbank Park sits on 77 acres of the northeast corner of Mercer Island, featuring three quarters of a mile of…More Lake Washington waterfront and many walking trails. A variety of recreational facilities are available including tennis courts, play structures, a public dock (fishing and boating) and a swimming beach. Picnic tables, a picnic shelter, off-leash dog runs and an amphitheatre are other amenities enjoyed by visitors. The park also features the city's only Pea Patch community garden.
Kiwanis Mercer Island is a branch of the international service club, dedicated to promoting health and education for…More children and youth.</p>
<p>Kiwanis is best known locally for sponsoring youth programs and a Fourth of July fireworks fundraising campaign in the Rite Aid parking lot in Town Center.</p>
Gallagher Hill Open Space 3701 Gallagher Hill Rd, Mercer Island, WA98040 Gallagher Hill Open Space is part of Mercer Island's improved greenbelt parkland. The ravine is managed by the city's…More Department of Parks and Recreation under the Open Space Vegetation Plan.
Fruitland Landing 97th Ave SE & SE 34th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 One of the relatively few landings on the east side of Mercer Island, the Fruitland Landing extends 97th Ave SE to the…More water. There are a couple of benches and a nice view of Beaux Arts Village. Stone steps to the water make for excellent swimming or kayaking opportunities.
Homestead Field 82nd Ave SE & SE 40th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Out by West Mercer Elementary School, Homestead Field has the main soccer field, baseball field, basketball and tennis…More courts on the Island for adult and children's organized sports. And there are some wonderful trails for joggers and dogs plus some picnic tables to make a day of it.
Park on the Lid 72nd Ave SE & SE 22nd St, Mercer Island, WA98040 The Lid sits on 20 acres of land covering the Mercer Island I-90 tunnel. It has a variety of athletic facilities…More including tennis courts, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields and basketball courts. Picnic tables and shelters, restrooms, a children's play structure, open space and trails, and beautiful views of downtown Seattle and Lake Washington make The Lid a popular Mercer Island park.
Healthcare Careers 2448 76th Ave SE, Mercer Island, WA98040 Healthcare Careers provides healthcare staffing services throughout Washington state as a "a witness for Jesus Christ in…More the staffing industry." Its principal is Neal Thompson. Visit the website to look for jobs or post a resume.
Rotary Park 88th Ave SE & SE 44th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Located near St. Monica School and the library is this tiny park. It is not much in the way of acreage, but…More could provide for a moment by yourself or a long lunch.
Mercer Island Reporter 7845 SE 30th St, Mercer Island, WA98040 Established in 1947 by local businessman Fred M. Bassetti, the Mercer Island Reporter is a weekly newspaper…More presented in a tabloid format. The newspaper is available for purchase at various locations throughout the island for 75 cents.
Emmanuel Episcopal Church is located near the Mercer Island Library on a rise a few blocks above Island Crest Way.…More The church is led by a rector, the Rev. Hunt Priest, and focuses on Christian ministries that reflect community-wide values: children, youth, stewardship and service. The parish hall hosts a number of community groups and serves as a meeting place for local scouting organizations.</p>
<p>Emmanuel is Mercer Island's first church, which began as a mission here in 1909, and eventually settled into its present location in 1959.</p>
The Mercer Island Free Masons Lodge is dedicated to making good men better men, serving the community and…More serving the needs of members and their families. <b><br /></b></p>
<p>The Masons Lodge meets at the Keewaydin Club on the first Thursday of every month at 7:30pm, except July and August. If the Thursday falls on a holiday, then the meeting is moved to the second Thursday.</p>