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Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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Youth/ Teen FALL PLAYBOOK 2022 | BELLINGHAM PARKS & RECREATION 4 DAYS/DATES: Session 1: Monday–Friday, Sept. 12–16 Session 2: Monday–Thursday, Nov. 7–10 (no camp Nov. 11). TIME: 4:30–6:30 pm AGES: 7–16 LOCATION: Depot Market Square (with mini ramps!); Wednesday at Makerspace (1 Bellis Fair Parkway #618; next to Dick's Sporting Goods). COST: Session 1: $85 per session ($60 for camp and $25 for Bellingham Makerspace lab fee). Session 2: $73 ($48 for camp and $25 for Bellingham Makerspace lab fee). COORDINATOR: Rosa Caldwell / Zac Garza MIN: 5 / MAX: 12 DAY/DATES: Sunday, Sept. 18, Oct. 9, Nov. 13, Dec. 4 TIME: 10:00 am–12:00 pm AGES: 3–5 years old and accompanied by an adult LOCATION: Bloedel Donovan Pavilion COST: $40 for one child and one adult per date, $10 per additional sibling. COORDINATOR: Rosa Caldwell / Annalee Dunn MIN: 4 pairs / MAX: 14 people (7 pairs) DAYS/DATES: Tuesday & Thursdays: Sept. 20–Dec. 15 (closed: Oct. 13, Nov. 24) TIME: 9:00 am–12:00 pm AGES: 5 years old & younger, accompanied by an adult LOCATION: Bloedel Donovan Community Building COST: $10 for a 10–visit pass (per child, 1st visit FREE) COORDINATOR: Rosa Caldwell MAX: 50 people in the space at a time Skate Camp Grab a helmet and pads for some after school skateboarding! Skate with local expert Zac Garza and his crew from Unknown Board Shop and camp counselor Rumble Rose. On Wednesday we will have camp at the Bellingham Makerspace. Preschool Cooking Join Annalee Dunn of the Tiny Onion Cooking School to cook with your little one! Three different cooking sessions with different menus that provide gluten free, dairy free, and nut free options. Yum! Preschool Open Gym POG is back! Don't let gray days keep you at home! Come to POG for the perfect dry place for your preschooler to have some fun. Bring a scooter or favorite active toy, no bicycles please. We provide balls, hoops, and mats for everyone's enjoyment. Socialize with other parents while your preschooler plays with other children! This is a staffed program; yet parental supervision is required at all times. Important Notes: • Campers must bring their own helmet, pads (elbow, knee, and wrist), skateboard and full water bottle. • Campers must wear closed–toed shoes to camp. • If camper has special needs, call: (360) 595–3728 to discuss adaptation arrangements. Photo by Gail Northey

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