Playbook Spring/Summer 2021

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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Youth/ Teen www.cob.org/parks • (360) 778-7000 7 Virtual Painting Classes Kids love putting brush to canvas as they paint their very own 12"x12" masterpieces. They adore creating keepsake gifts for their loved ones! Participants and helpers will receive fun, easy step by step instructions (via Zoom). Two classes to choose from. Registration includes canvas, paints, instruction and delivery within city limits (or available for pick up day prior to class). DAY/DATES (PAINTING): Thursday, May 6, (Bee-utiful Moms) Thursday, June 10, (My Dad Rocks!) TIME: 6:30-7:30 pm AGES: 6 and older (with supervision) LOCATION: Online. Zoom link and PW sent prior to class. COST: $25 delivered within city limits, or available for pickup the day before class COORDINATORS: Lauren Woodmansee / Kim Winfrey MIN: 6 / MAX: 10 My Dad Rocks!: Thursday, June 10 Bee-utiful Moms: Thursday, May 6 Park Ambassador Pop Ups! Brand new this summer and coming to a park near you! Each week our friendly Park Ambassadors will visit a different park. Stop by and say hello, make a fun craft project, learn a little about the specific park, play a game and check out what's happening throughout Bellingham Parks and Recreation this summer. Look for our canopy located near the main entrance or playground. Please note: Mask wearing and physical distancing will be required to interact. DAY: Fridays TIME: 11:00 am-2:00 pm, stop by anytime! AGES: All DATES/LOCATIONS: June 18: Maritime Heritage Park June 25: Elizabeth Park July 2: Cordata Park July 9: Lake Padden Park (East Entrance) July 16: Fairhaven Park July 23: Waypoint Park July 30: Cornwall Park August 6: Whatcom Falls Park (Silver Beach Road) August 13: Squalicum Creek Park August 20: Broadway Park COST: Free COORDINATORS: Emily Shere / Natalie Roberts Wilderness Skills Survival Camp Join us for a full day of building survival skills! Shelters, fire safety/building, knife safety, tracking, foraging, traps, orienteering, knots and more. We won't get to it all, but we will cover as much as possible, based on instructor and student preference. Our goal is to build initiative, self-control and judgment skills while connecting with the natural world and having fun. We use teaching scenarios based on real life survival and play survival themed games. This week ends with an exciting final scenario and a certificate of achievement. No prerequisites needed. Bring appropriate clothing, snacks, water bottle and lunch. Call Coyle Outside for further details about curriculum (541) 760-0774. DAYS/DATES: Mon-Fri, August 2-6 TIME: 9:00 am-4:00 pm AGES: 8-12 LOCATION: Cornwall Park, small shelter COST: $329 COORDINATORS: Daniel Coyle / Lance Romo MIN: 8 / MAX: 14

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