Summer Leisure Guide 2017

Bellingham Parks & Recreation Leisure Guide

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360-778-7000 cob.org/recreation 7 EVENTS— SPIN DANCES Bellingham Parks and Recreation, along with the Max Higbee Center and Whatcom County Parks have planned three dances for individuals with disabilities. All persons age 14 and over are invited for music, dancing and loads of fun! AGES: 14 years and older DAY/DATES: Mondays, May 16 ("80's Night" with Whatcom Sound), June 20 (Hoedown), and August 15 ("Hawaiian Luau) TIME: 6–8pm LOCATION: Bellingham Senior Center (315 Halleck St) COST: A bag of pre-packaged graham crackers SENSATIONAL TODDLERS We welcome ALL children ages 18 to 36 months and their parents. See how creative those little hands can be as they experiment and explore with paint, paper, play dough, glitter, goop and gak. The child friendly environment at Whatcom Center for Early Learning will spark your child's imagination and self- expression while promoting socialization and motor development. We design our program so you and your child can play together and leave the mess to us! Dress for mess! SESSION 1 PROG# 7348 DAY/DATES: Tuesdays, June 20–July 18 (no class July 4) __________________________________________ SESSION 2 PROG# 7347 DAY/DATES: Thursdays, June 22–July 13 __________________________________________ SESSION 3 PROG# 7349 DAY/DATES: Tuesdays, July 25–August 15 __________________________________________ SESSION 4 PROG# 7350 DAY/DATES: Thursdays, July 20–August 10 __________________________________________ TIME: 10–11:30am AGES: 18–36 months (please specify child's age in months) LOCATION: Whatcom Center for Early Learning, 2001 H St (cross street is Girard, one block south of Broadway) COST: $50/4 weeks INSTRUCTORS: WCEL staff MAX: 8 The following activities are planned for people with disabilities. We encourage you to look at all the offerings in this guide and contact us if you would like assistance or accommodation to participate. SPECIALIZED RECREATION SERVICES Bellingham Parks and Recreation is committed to providing quality opportunities to all members of our community. We recognize that making our services and facilities accessible for people with disabilities helps build a positive community. Specialized Recreation services include: Programs designed for individuals who have a disability Inclusion support for individuals with disabilities wishing to participate in any program offered by Bellingham Parks and Recreation Liaison to community groups serving individuals with disabilities Inclusion, support services are available for Bellingham Parks and Recreation programming. Must note accommodation needs at registration. For more questions regarding Specialized Recreation services, please contact Amanda Grove at 778-7000 or agrove@cob.org.

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