Fall Playbook 2023

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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Youth/ Teen cob.org/parks • (360) 778-7000 5 Preschool Open Gym Join us 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, mats, and music for everyone's enjoyment. Socialize with other parents while your preschooler plays with other children! This is a staffed program; however parental supervision is required at all times. DAYS/DATES: Tuesdays & Thursdays: Sept. 12-Dec. 14 (closed: Oct. 12, Nov. 23) 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). If you already have a pass, we have been tracking your visits for you! COORDINATOR: Rosa Caldwell MAX: 75 people in the space at a time Photo by Gail Northey No-school Friday Day Trips Jump in a van and join our camp counselors on No-School Friday adventures! DAY/DATES: No-school Fridays Session 1: Sept. 22 Summit Trampoline & Park Bowl Session 2: Oct. 13 Vital Climbing Gym & 20th Century Bowling Session 3: Nov. 10 Summit Trampoline & Park Bowl Session 4: Dec. 8 Vital Climbing Gym & 20th Century Bowling TIME: 9:00 am–3:00 pm AGES: 10-14 LOCATION: Depart/return Maritime Heritage Park Pavilion COST: $60 per child/session COORDINATOR: Rosa Caldwell MIN: 5 / MAX: 10 Night Camp Treat your kids to our Night Camp on early release days! Each night we offer everything kids love about our summer camps: games, crafts, silly stories, and more. DAY/DATES: Session 1: Thursday, Sept. 21 Session 2: Thursday, Oct. 12 (Bloedel Pavilion) Session 3: Thursday, Nov. 9 TIME: 5:30–8:30 pm AGES: 6–12 LOCATION: Bloedel Donovan Community Building; Oct. 12 at Bloedel Pavilion COST: $18 per child/night COORDINATOR: Rosa Caldwell MIN: 10 / MAX: 15 each session Camp Things to Remember: • Fill out Camper Information forms (one per camper) • Bring a full water bottle, rain/wind jacket (dress for weather), lunch and snacks. Allergen Notice: We are a nut-free camp. • Wear good walking shoes (sturdy tennis shoes are great), no Crocs, open-toed shoes or flip flops. • If camper has special needs, please call: (360) 595-3728 for adaptation arrangements.

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