Summer Leisure Guide 2017

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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12 summer 2017 leisure guide 360-778-7000 GENTLE YOGA For anyone who desires a gentle approach to yoga including those who have MS, arthritis, and other health issues. Yoga is a safe and gentle form of exercise which develops strength and flexibility, balance and coordination. This class will focus on exercises that can be done from standing, lying, and sitting positions. Activities will also include breathing and relaxation techniques. Please complete a Yoga Information Sheet at registration if you are new to the class. Minimum must be met one week prior to first class. PROG# 7377 DAY/DATES: Tuesdays, June 27–August 15 TIME: 10–11:15am __________________________________________ PROG# 7378 DAY/DATES: Wednesdays, June 28–August 16 TIME: 10–11:15am __________________________________________ AGES: 18 years and older COST: $65 LOCATION: Maritime Park Pavilion, 514 W Holly St INSTRUCTORS: Louise Smith MIN: 12 MAX: 12 ALL COMER'S TRACK AND FIELD Join track and field events for kids as young as 2 and old as 102. For a list/schedule of events, course records or other information please contact us at: cob.org/races • 360-778-7000 • lromo@cob.org AGES: All DAY/DATES: Mondays, June 12–August 28 TIME: First Race 6pm LOCATION: Civic Field COST: Day Pass $5 Individual Season Pass $30 Family Season Pass $90 COORDINATOR: Lance Romo PADDEN TRIATHLON We host sprint and super-sprint triathlons that have been a staple of the PNW triathlon schedule since before the existence of Ironman, Olympic distance or even use of the metric system. Also, the skull shirts are cool. cob.org/races • 360-778-7000 • lromo@cob.org AGES: All INVEST (Implementing Nature's Values Empowers Stewards of Tomorrow) This class would include outdoor education, environmental education, place-based learning, systems and interconnected community ties, basic outdoor survival skills and much more all in the name of creating the future stewards of this earth. Dress for outdoors AGES: 11–16 years DATES: Saturdays, July 8 & 29, Aug 12 & 26, Sept 9 TIME: 9:30am–4:30pm LOCATION: Whatcom Falls Park 0utdoor (meet at playground) COST: $65 INSTRUCTOR: Camp Fire Samish Staff MIN: 4 MAX: 16 BABYSITTING CLASS Boys and girls 5th through 8th grade learn all the basic skills needed to be a great, confident babysitter. Topics include: children's different age characteristics, managing behavior, general infant & toddler care, play ideas, safety issues and instruction on what to do in emergency situations. Instructed by Camp Fire, Babysitting Basics is part of their "Kids Self Reliance" program which aims to encourage a child's self-esteem and feeling of empowerment. AGES: 10–16 years DATES: Saturdays, July 1, July 22, Aug 5, Sept 2 & 23 TIME: 9:30am–4:30pm LOCATION: Bloedel Donovan Pavilion (September 2 at Fairhaven Pavilion) COST: $55 INSTRUCTOR: Camp Fire Samish Staff MIN: 3 MAX: 16

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