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News roundup: lost keys, HALA feedback, summer camps, tennis tournament, Fremont Solstice Parade signups for naked bicyclists

Matt lost his black Subaru car keys at Green Lake a few days ago. They’re on a silver carabiner that also has a flame key, a Seahawks key, two dog tags and a smaller silver key. Please email him at [email protected] if you find them.

The city has launched an online tool to get feedback on the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) proposals.

The Phinney Neighborhood Preschool Co-op is hosting summer camps in the Dragon Room in the PNA’s Brick Building at 6532 Phinney Ave. N. Camps run from June 20 through Aug. 26 with themes such as Star Wars, yoga, The Amazing Human Body, Jungle Safari, and Creative Science.

Lower Woodland Tennis Courts will host the annual Seattle City Open from June 14-19. Matches will be played after 5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for the finals. In the case of rain, games will be moved to the Amy Yee Tennis Center at 2000 Martin Luther King Jr. Way. Spectators are encouraged to come watch.

Fremont Solstice Parade is asking that those planning to ride bikes naked through the parade on June 18 register in advance.

Riders are asked to RSVP this year at fremontartscouncil.org\painted-cyclists to reserve their spot in the parade. Reserved cyclists will have advance opportunity for next year’s registration, when limits on the number of cyclists will be implemented.

Asking painted cyclists to register, and limiting the number of riders is an effort to improve the quality of the body art and enable people to see it better. The hope is that the event will be safer and that those who do ride represent the most creative body painting.