The White Center Teen Program (aka the Log Cabin) is excited to invite the community to the premiere of “Cultural Connection Night” on Friday, Mar. 22, 2024, from 5-7 p.m. at Steve Cox Memorial Park (map below).

Join the WCTP for an evening of Cultural Performances along with a Visual Art Gallery featuring the artwork of local artists ages 12-19.

In addition, attendees are welcome to wear cultural attire to participate in the inaugural Log Cabin Cultural Fashion Show.

Additional event details available at 2024 Cultural Connection Night – White Center Teen Program.

The full schedule of performing groups and roster of participating artists will be updated accordingly.

  • Teens ages 12-19 are encouraged to submit visual art celebrating community and culture through March 20th.
  • Visual Art Forms accepted include Drawing, Painting, Photography, Digital Design, Mixed Media and Ceramics.
  • Art will be displayed during the event and voted on by event attendees. Trophy prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
  • Each artist will also be entered into a drawing for a gift basket prize.
  • For any questions or technical challenges, please reach out to Peanutt at pngeth@kingcounty.gov or 206.482.1910

Cultural Connections Night is sponsored by the teens and staff of the White Center Teen Program. The WCTP offers free recreational, educational, and social enrichment programming to youth ages 12-19 between Tuesday – Saturday from 3-8 p.m. Art supplies and performance coaches currently available every Tue – Sat from 3-8 p.m. at the WCTP.

For additional Information, please contact Peanutt Ngeth, Teen Specialist at 206.482.1910.