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[http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/parks/parkspaces/meridian.htm Meridian Park], 4649 Sunnyside Ave N. Has fields, a basketball hoop, and a kid's play area. Lots of apple trees too, if you're here in September. Volleyball and frisbee groups meet here.
 
[http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/parks/parkspaces/meridian.htm Meridian Park], 4649 Sunnyside Ave N. Has fields, a basketball hoop, and a kid's play area. Lots of apple trees too, if you're here in September. Volleyball and frisbee groups meet here.
* [http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/neighborhoods/ppatch/locations/9.htm Good Shepherd P-Patch] (Not pea patch! P stands for [[Picardo Farm|Picardo]], the owner of a farm in [[Wedgwood]] that he donated to the city to become the first P-Patch.) garden on the south end of Meridian Park. It's small, but fun to look through, see what people are growing.
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* [http://www.ci.seattle.wa.us/neighborhoods/ppatch/locations/9.htm Good Shepherd P-Patch] (Not pea patch! P stands for Picardo, the owner of a farm in Wedgwood that he donated to the city to become the first P-Patch.) garden on the south end of Meridian Park. It's small, but fun to look through, see what people are growing.
 
* [http://www.nonprofitcenters.org/centers/profiles.php?op=view&id=89 Good Shepherd Center], adjacent to Meridian Park. An old center for "wayward girls", it is now a building that houses a school, senior center, many nonprofit organizations, and artist lofts.
 
* [http://www.nonprofitcenters.org/centers/profiles.php?op=view&id=89 Good Shepherd Center], adjacent to Meridian Park. An old center for "wayward girls", it is now a building that houses a school, senior center, many nonprofit organizations, and artist lofts.
:*[http://www.seattletilth.org/ Seattle Tilth], one of the nonprofits in the Good Shepherd Center, has a demonstration edible garden in Meridian Park.
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:*[http://www.seattletilth.org/ Seattle Tilth], one of the nonprofits in the Good Shepherd Center, has a demonstration edible garden in Meridian Park.
   
 
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