2014 Burien Summer Recreation Guide
A listing of recreation classes, programs, events, parks and facility rentals.
Summer 2014 Family Fun Run Page 4 Expanded Kidsâ€™ Programs Pages 11-14 New Special Needs Recreation Pages 8-9 www.Register.BurienParks.net 206.988.3700 e 22 New B-Town Running Group Pag Youth Tennis Off ers Outdoor Fun Page 13 BURIEN RECREATION GUIDE SUMMER 2014 Registration Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Park Walks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Performing Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Families & All Ages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Specialized Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Parent & Child. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Preschool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Youth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Summer Day Camps. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Teen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Teen After-School Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Adult Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Adult Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Adult Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Travel for 50+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Adults 50+ Resources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Rental Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Park Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Rentar Las Instalaciones o Para Un Programa ¿SABÍA USTED que puede rentar el Centro Comunitario o los cobertizos para picnics en el Parque Seahurst para su reunión familiar? Ofrecemos también una amplia gama de clases para todo el mundo, desde los más chicos hasta los adultos mayores. Si no habla inglés, lo podemos atender más rápido si trae un amigo o familiar que le pueda interpretar. Visite el Centro Comunitario en el 14700 6th Ave SW en Burien de lunes a jueves de las 8:30 AM a las 8:00 PM, viernes de las 8:30 AM a las 5:00 PM, y sábados de las 8:00 AM a las 12:00 PM. In consideration for the privilege to distribute these materials, the Highline School District shall be held harmless from any cause of action, claim or petition filed in any court or adminstrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including all costs, attorney’s fees and judgements or awards. 2 | www.Register.BurienParks.net A Celebratio of Communit Jun 14–15 Sa 10-8, Su 10-4 Carnival :: Band-a-Polooza :: B-Town B-Boy Jam Vendors :: Food :: Music & Performers Discover Burien Father’ Da Car Show Father Burien Town Square Park 5 th and 152nd SW Wil Strawberr Festiva .or 206.988.3700 3 Wednesday Night Concerts 6:30-8:00pm at North SeaTac Park S 128th St and 20th Ave S JULY 16 The Joy Mills Band :: Country JULY 23 Grupo Son :: Latin JULY 30 Mixed Up Myths From Around the World, Theater by 14/48 :: Family Theater AUG 6 Highline Community Symphonic Band Thursday Night Concerts 6:30-8:00pm at Lake Burien School Park SW 148th and 16th Ave SW JULY 10 Pearl Django :: Gypsy Jazz JULY 17 Darrius Willrich Band :: Sweet Urban Soul JULY 24 Alma y Azucar :: Latin Jazz JULY 31 Geoffrey Castle :: Electric Six String Violin AUG 7 The Paperboys :: Folk Rock AUG 14 Longstride :: Reggae Rock Groove Theater in the Park! Burien Arts Association and Green Stage Presents: SHAKESPEARE IN THE PARK 6:30pm :: Dottie Harper Park :: 421 SW 146th :: www.burienarts.org JULY 26 Othello :: AUG 2 Loves Labor Lost For more information :: 206.988.3700 :: www.BurienParks.net On rainy evenings, please call 206.988.3700 after 5pm to learn if concert has been relocated. Theater is rain or shine. SPONSORED BY: Friday, August 15th • 5:30pm–8:00pm • FREE TOWN SQUARE PARK, 480 SW 152ND ST Scavenger hunt style race for runners and walkers of all ages. Get ready because the 60 minute dash starts at 6:30pm when the map of local business holding raffle tickets is revealed. The goal is to get as many raffle tickets as possible and return before 7:30pm when the raffle starts. Raffle prizes for both kids and adults. #16855 PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED 4 Run: 6:30-7:30pm • Check in: 5:30pm • Raffle: 7:30-8:00pm Caminos y Senderos Peatonales en los Vecindarios EASY Gravel surface & minimal distance Hazel Valley Park .25 mile gravel loop 251 SW 126th Local Walking Paths & Trails Puget Sound Park .5 mile cinder track 135 SW 126th Street Lake Burien School Park .25 mile flat gravel loop 14640 18th Ave SW Sylvester Middle School Track Join Burien neighbors and others to walk and talk for fun conversation and exercise. Walking allows you to get the kinks out, clear the cobwebs, change your outlook, and get a body that feels and functions better! .25 mile track 16222 Sylvester Rd SW Lakeview Park .20 gravel loop 422 SW 160th MODERATE Non-gravel surface, more distance, & some inclines Mathison Park .25 loop trail 533 S 146th 1st Sunday of every month at 2:00pm Salmon Creek Ravine 1.9 miles of trails 12540 Shorewood Dr SW MODERATE to HIGH Longer distance, steep inclines, and/or uneven surfaces 3rd Wednesday of the month, times may vary. Each monthâ€™s meet-up location and walking route will be posted on WABI website a few days before the walk. Walks go rain or shine. Eagle Landing Park* .3 gravel trail to 289 staircase to beach 14641 25th Ave SW Seahurst Park* Nature Trail: .75 mile Loop Trail: 1 mile Trail off upper parking lot: .5 mile 1600 SW Seahurst Dr SW Park closed through July, 2014 www.WabiBurien.org info@WabiBurien.org *Beaches located north and south of these parks are private property. www.Register.BurienParks.net |5 Performing Arts B-TOWN BEAT CHORALSOUNDS NORTHWEST MASTERWORKS Series — works by Elgar & Vaughan Williams HIGHLINE COMMUNITY SYMPHONIC BAND Band-A-Palooza at the Burien Wild Strawberry Festival June 14 & 15 Highline Community Symphonic Band hosts the 2nd annual community band event, two days full of concerts, sponsored by Discover Burien. Concert bands from the greater Puget Sound area will perform a wide variety of music for this fun event! firstname.lastname@example.org, 206.941.7199 The B-Town Beat 2014 season is in full swing!! Mark your calendar with these B-Town Beat dates: June 14, Saturday, 7:30pm Glendale Lutheran Church, 13455 2nd Ave SW • Adults $15, Youth 17 & under FREE with paid adult CSN presents its second annual Masterworks concert featuring Edward Elgar’s Scenes from the Bavarian Highlands and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ cantata In Windsor Forest and his beautiful Serenade to Music. These two well-known English composers helped to create a national music of England through their study and collection of folksongs. This concert will feature VocalSounds Northwest and musicians from Northwest Symphony Orchestra and Highline Community Band, and will be sung half by CSN and half by our chamber ensemble VocalSounds Northwest. To purchase tickets — 206.246.6040 or www.nwassociatedarts.org June 5, July 3, August 7 The B-Town Beat is Burien’s music and art walk. The event is in its second year, and we want to share this amazing community event with you! Please check our website for upcoming opportunities to celebrate the arts, local business, and community. The B-Town Beat takes place every First Thursday, 6:00pm–9:00pm, March through December. www.b-townbeat.com THE HI-LINERS MUSICAL THEATRE The Burien Annex 14501 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166 www.hi-liners.org, 206.617.2152 BURIEN ACTORS THEATRE End Days A comedy written by Deborah Zoe Laufer HONK! Jr. July 10 at 7pm, July 12 & 13 at 3pm All seats reserved, $12 HONK! JR. is a contemporary musical retelling of Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling. Follow Ugly, the awkward duck on his journey as he discovers his true beauty and glorious destiny. May 9-June 1, Fri. & Sat. at 8pm Sundays at 2pm The Burien Annex, 4th Ave SW & SW 146th St $7-$20 Sixteen-year-old Rachel Stein’s father won’t get dressed, her mother is newly born again, her Elvis impersonator neighbor has fallen for her, and Jesus has moved in with the family. Plus the Apocalypse is coming Wednesday, so her only hope is Stephen Hawking will save the day. www.burienactorstheatre.org 206.242.5180 MOMENTUM MUSIC AND DANCE ACADEMY Runaways July 11-13 at 7pm Highline Performing Arts Center 401 S 152nd St. • 206.242.1239 www.momentumdanceacademy.com All seats reserved, $12 “The calligraphy of childhood is one of the wonders of nature even when the message it writes is heartbreaking.” – The New York Times. Runaways is a musical about the lives of children who run away from home and live on the city streets. Through songs, monologues and poems the children examine and explain why they are runaways. Giselle June 20 & 21, 7pm • $12 –$16 Momentum will present “Giselle”, a full-length classical ballet in two Acts, which tells a story of love, betrayal, forgiveness and redemption. BURIEN ARTS & GREEN STAGE Shakespeare in the Park July 26: Othello, 6:30pm Aug 2: Loves Labor Lost, 6:30pm Dottie Harper Park, 421 SW 146th www.burienarts.org Lights, Camera, Dance! June 24, 7pm Join our tap, jazz, contemporary, irish, theatre arts and hip hop dancers for a celebration of dance and the movies. Theater Summer Programs and Camps Weekly beginning June 24 Ages 5-16 At Theatre Art Camps every day is about choosing characters, creating stories, singing songs, playing theatre games and rehearsing a show! In Musical Theatre Intensives spend your time singing, dancing and acting your way through a week of rigorous rehearsal with your director, musical director and choreographer! Each program runs daily and is one week long with a performance the last day of class. 6 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Family / All Ages Highline Historical Society and the Waskowitz Foundation Waskowitz BIG Tree Contest Entries may be submitted any time over the course of the summer. Contest deadline is September 1 • $5 entry fee For many years in the 1960s, ‘70s, and ‘80s, sixth-graders in the Highline School District came home from their week at Camp Waskowitz with a fir seedling to plant in their yard. This contest is designed to identify the biggest Waskowitz tree growing in our area—entry forms at www.highlinehistory.org, residential properties throughout Highline only. email@example.com See page 17 MARTIAL ARTS Beginning Karate for NEW Students REGISTER EARLY...This popular class fills quickly! Learn the basics of blocking, striking, kicking, self-defense, and more. For students who want advancement in Belts and to move to the next level (Beginning for Continuing Students), uniforms and a Seattle Tang Soo Do $40 Association membership fee are required after 5 weeks of this session. No class 5/26. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $118 / RD $112 16533 Apr 28-Aug 13 6pm-7pm BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Classes: 31 Mon, Wed Intermediate Karate Tang Soo Do For Tang Soo Do graduates who have earned the rank of Yellow, Orange & Purple belts (or by instructor’s permission only). No class 5/26. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $118 / RD $112 16535 Apr 28-Aug 13 6pm-7pm BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Classes: 31 Mon, Wed Instructor: Paul Miller Advanced Karate-Tang Soo Do Continuation of Intermediate class for students with Green Belts and higher (or by Instructor’s permission only). No class 5/26. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $118 / RD $112 16534 Apr 28-Aug 13 7pm-8pm BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Classes: 31 Mon, Wed Instructor: Paul Miller Beginning Karate for CONTINUING Students This is a continuation of the Beginning class for returning White Belt students. No class 5/26. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $118/ RD $112 16536 Apr 28-Aug 13 6pm-7pm BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Classes: 31 Mon, Wed FREE Family Swim Passes Now Available! Instructor: Paul Miller Instructor: Paul Miller Low-income families who qualify for free/reduced lunches and live within Burien city limits can now receive FREE Family Swim Passes for the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center. Passes are good for Open and Lap Swims. Pick up your pass at the Burien Community Center, 14700, 6th Ave SW. Information: 206.988.3700 Burien is fortunate to have a new group of active residents who are working toward creating an off-leash dog park. B-Town DOG (Dog Owners Group) are busy raising funds and helping the City of Burien develop a portion of Lakeview Park for the new off-leash dog park. Plans include developing areas for both small and large dogs. Monthly PARK-n-BARK Dog Walks are also scheduled on the 3rd Saturday of most months at 11:00 am. Evergreen Community Pool is a beautiful facility located next to the Evergreen High School campus and athletic field complex at the south end of White Center. 606 SW 116th St, Seattle, WA 206.588.2297 www.evergreenpool.org • Public Swims • Lessons for all ages • Aquarobics • Family Swims • Lap Swims • WhiteWater Aquatics Swim Team VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Get involved: btwndog.webs.com/ RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net |7 Specialized Recreation ART Art Escape A great class for beginners and experienced artists with disABILITIES. Explore the basic building blocks of art through paint, clay, collage and more! Using both two and three dimensional media we will explore line, form, color, shape and texture. All supplies provided. Age: 10Y and up Fee: $53 / RD $50 Classes: 5 16649 Aug 6-Sept 3 10am-12pm Wed MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Shariana Mundi Night Out: Young Adult Socials Ages 13–25 Come join local young adults from Burien, Des Moines, Tukwila, and SeaTac for an evening of fun, food, games, and friends. Must provide own transportation. No registration is required. ENRICHMENT Cooking Basics Join us for an evening of food, friends and fun. The simple, healthy meals will let you practice your basic food preparation skills. Then we will socialize around the dinner table while we enjoy the nutritious meal we just made. Age: 16Y–35Y Fee: $69 / RD $63 Classes: 4 16873 July 10-31 5:30pm-7pm Thur BCC Eagle Landing Room Instructor: John McLaughlin June 13 Bowling 5:00-7:00pm • $5.00 Hi-Line Lanes, Burien • 15733 Ambaum Blvd Rhythm and Rhyme Come play with us as we dance, move, sing, chant, rattle and roll. This class is designed to specifically target people with alter-, different-, untapped-, and dis-ABILITIES. Age: 10Y and up Fee: $35 / RD $34 Classes: 5 16650 Aug 6-Sept 3 1:30pm-3pm Wed MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Shariana Mundi SPORTS Tennis This class will focus on development of hand eye coordination, sending and receiving the ball, sportsmanship and fun. An environment that focuses on camaraderie, selfesteem, physical fitness, discipline and good sportsmanship. This class is designed for people with developmental and physical disabilities. Participants who need a support to participate are required to have a one-on-one assistant with them. No fee for attendants. Age: 16Y–35Y Fee: $100 / RD $95 16847 July 8-31 9:30am-10:30am Highline High School Tennis Courts Classes: 8 Tue, Thur Instr: Stefan Green DANCE Dance it, Move it, Spotlight it Let’s get our bodies moving and our hearts pumping with creative dance, drama, games and yoga. There will be plenty of opportunity to take the spotlight, strut your stuff and take a bow. Targeting all fun loving people with disabilities. Participants who need a support to participate are required to have a one-on-one assistant with them. No fee for attendants. Age: 12Y and up Fee: $35 / RD $34 Classes: 5 16652 Aug 5-Sept 2 1:30pm-3pm Tue BCC Lakeview Room Instructor: Shariana Mundi Studio Art At last, a great open studio class for students with disABILITIES. Come and work on your own art ideas with mentoring and coaching to help further develop your skills and your portfolio. Create personalized framing and complete projects for exhibitions and juried show. Instructor approval needed. Please bring a lunch. All supplies provided. No class 7/31. Age: 12Y and up Fee: $123 / RD $117 Classes: 6 16651 July 17-Aug 28 10am-2pm Thur Dottie Harper House, Down Stairs Instr: Shariana Mundi TOPSoccer Tuesday, June 24th 11:00am–12:00pm Burien Community Center Free Zumba Trial Free Transportation Available weekdays for personal trips to doctor, shopping, and other errands. 206.727.6262 transportation service for seniors or disabled individuals who are unable to ride regular Metro buses. 206.205.5001 or 206.689.3113 Burien HYDE Shuttle Bus: Zumba Get in shape the ZUMBA way, dancing to high energy Latin music. Try it once and you will be hooked, there is no other like it. This class is designed for people with developmental and physical disabilities. Participants who need a support to participate are required to have a oneon-one assistant with them. No fee for attendants. Age: 16Y–35Y Fee: $42 / RD $36 Classes: 6 16846 July 1-Aug 5 11am-12pm Tue BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Cristina Herrera Metro Bus Access: A shared-ride van The Outreach Program for Soccer (TOPSoccer) is a community-based soccer program for boys and girls and men and women, aged 4 years and older, who have a cognitive and/or physical disability. The program is based on skill level, not age, and participants include players, coaches, and buddy-volunteers who are paired with each player to assist with the game. TOPSoccer creates an environment where all participants make lasting memories and simply have fun with the game! Games played at Starfire Sports facility in Tukwila. korrio.com/groups/tukwila-topsoccer/ 8 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Specialized Recreation SOCIAL CLUBS AGES 16-35 Come meet the staff and volunteers that you will be hanging out with this summer. Tuesday, June 24th, 6:00pm at the Burien Community Center Participants Meet & Greet Craft Club Fridays 1:00-2:30pm • $10 per week; must pre-register Foodies Club Thursdays, 4:00-6:00pm • $10 per week; must pre-register • Bring money for food Get out and about in your neighborhood! Meet at the Burien Community Center and walk with us to Burien restaurants to try out local cuisine and enjoy food and conversation with new friends. Grab a beverage, snack, full meal or just dessert! Bring your own money for dinner. 16856 August 7: The Mark 16857 August 14: Mick Kelley’s 16858 August 21: Angelo’s 16859 August 28: La Costa Instructor: Caitlin Folsom If you like to work with your hands, this is the place! DIY projects abound at the Burien Community Center this summer. Join us each week as we try out a new craft and get to admire and take home our handiwork! 16864 June 20: Twine Covered Bottle (Bring your own bottle or jar) 16865 June 27: Subway Word Art 16866 July 11: String art 16867 July 18: Painting 16868 July 25: Picture “Frames” Instructor: Caitlin Folsom Participant Information Inclusion As with all programs Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services provided, Special Recreation programs are inclusive for anyone interested in participating in these classes. Summer Socials Time: 5:00-7:00 PM • $10 per event AYA Sports Club (Active Young Adults) • Fridays 3:00-4:30 PM $10 per week; must pre-register Here in the Pacific Northwest, we don’t always get to enjoy the sunshine. Get some Vitamin D and a good workout by being active with our Sports Club! Each week is a new team sport. Meet at the Burien Community Center and then walk to local parks. No program July 4th. 16860 June 27: Ultimate Frisbee 16861 July 11: T-Ball 16862 July 18: Soccer 16863 July 25: Relay Races Instructor: Caitlin Folsom This is a continuation of the monthly socials, just more often! Enjoy an evening of fun, food, games and friends. Must pre-register for these socials. All socials will be held at the Burien Community Center. 16869 July 11: Dinner & a Movie 16870 July 25: Wii Sports 16871 Aug 8: Dinner & a Movie 16872 Aug 22: Karaoke Instructor: Amanda Morales Behavior Policy In order to provide a successful experience for all participants, please note the following: Participants must be able to function in a group environment with limited supervision. • If closer supervision is needed, a caregiver or chaperone is welcome to accompany the participant at no cost. If there is an admission fee into a venue, caregiver/chaperone would need to pay the admission cost. • Unacceptable behaviors include but aren’t limited to self abuse, physical or verbal abuse towards others, violent behaviors, profanity, and constant unwillingness to participate in activities. • Non compliance may result in requirement of caregiver accompaniment or possible dismissal from activities. Volunteer Opportunities: Looking for volunteers to help with the Social Clubs. If you are interested contact Amanda Morales at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.988.3711 DROP-IN PLAY TIME Attendant Staffing (1:1, Aides, Chaperones, Care Providers) Burien Parks staff provides leadership for our programs and staff ratios will depend on individual programs. We cannot provide attendant care, such as assistance using restrooms, personal transfers, eating, or dispensing medications. A participant’s own attendant may accompany him/her if this type of assistance is needed. for parents, families and children ages 6 month to 5 years. A great way to meet other families with young children. Age: 6 month to 5 years • Free Tuesdays • 10:00am–11:30am SKIP Early Intervention 127 SW 156th St Burien RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net |9 Parent & Me Preschool Looking for new ways to engage your toddler? Visit our indoor playground, perfect for those wet and cold days. The play area is equipped with rideon-toys, tumbling mats, playground equipment and plenty more. NOTE: Program ends June 19 & will resume in September. In this half-day camp, campers will develop coordination, creativity and curiosity through athletic activities, indoor & outdoor games, art projects, songs, stories and creative movement. Snack will be provided. Children must be potty-trained. FIRST DAY CAMP Experience the power of PLAY with your child in a developmentally appropriate cooperative preschool. Program meets September to May. Burien Co-op Preschool INFORMATION/REGISTER: www.BurienCo-op.org or 206.241.6714 Age: 3Y–5Y Classes: 5 Fee Per Week: $105/ RD $100 Location: BCC Hilltop Room Day Programs FIREFLIES 12–24 months old Wed, 9:45–11:15am $40/mo + $13.80 quarter DRAGONFLIES 2–3 years Thur/Fri, 9:45–11:45am $77/mo + $27.80 quarter OTTERS 3–4 years Tue/Wed/Thur, 9:30–11:30am $112/mo + $41.50 quarter ORCAS 4–5 years Tue/Wed /Thur, 12:15–2:45pm $121/mo + $41.50 quarter Students must meet age requirement by August 31 of current school year. Wild West Age: Crawlers to 5 year old Drop In: $2 per child (cash only) Punch Card: $20 for 10 visits (Visa, MC, cash or check) Yee Haw! Let’s explore the Wild West through arts & crafts, songs, stories and games! We’ll even pan for gold! 16794 July 14-18 9am-12pm Mon-Fri SOCCER Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer Introduce yourself and your toddler to the ‘World’s Most Popular Game!’ As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor and socialization skills. A variety of activities designed around the game of soccer will be played each week. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer, you won’t have to watch from the sidelines. Every participant will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Age: 2Y–3Y Fee: $98 / RD $90 Classes: 8 16827 July 10-Aug 28 4pm-4:30pm Thur Green House Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer, PNW Ahoy Matey! Ahoy Matey! We’ll go on a treasure hunt, talk like pirates and explore through arts & crafts, songs, stories and games! 16795 July 21-25 9am-12pm Mon-Fri Superheroes It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s our Little Learners Superheroes! Let’s soar through arts & crafts, songs, stories and games! We may even get to meet some local heroes! 16796 July 28-Aug 1 9am-12pm Mon-Fri Community Center Annex 425 SW 144th St • Registration fee: $50 One Fish, Two Fish Come learn about everything under the sea! We’ll learn about the animals that live in the ocean through arts & crafts, songs, stories and games. 16797 Aug 4-8 9am-12pm Mon-Fri SWIM Parent & Tot Swim This class is wonderful for parents & infants; warm water, quiet environment, and is a great introduction to water. Your child gets a physical work-out, which develops muscle coordination. Class includes toys, singing, and moving through the water. Parent is always holding the child. Age: 6M–24M Fee: $69 / $63 Classes: 6 16814 July 14-Aug 18 10:30am-11am Mon Highline Club Pool Instructor: Highline Club Frozen It will be like winter in August! We’ll do icy and snowy arts & crafts, songs, stories and games. The cold never bothered us anyway! 16798 Aug 11-15 9am-12pm Mon-Fri is offered through SKIP (South King Early Intervention Program) and is available for children 24-36 months. This structured group includes free play, art, circle, gross motor play, and snack. Every activity is catered to the individual needs of each child. PLAYTIME PALS Mondays & Wednesdays, $5 per class To register, contact Josie Longhurst at 253.216.0720 or email@example.com, or pick up registration form at the front desk: 127 SW 156th St Burien, WA 98166 CANCELLATION POLICY Noticed must be received by filling out a refund request form 10 or more days prior to the start of the camp week to received a full refund minus a $5 process fee. 10 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Preschool ART Little Hands Art Camp You’re never too young to be an artist! Students will work in a unique and inspiring art studio creating and exploring the visual arts. Beginning artists will explore and experiment with painting, drawing, collage, sculpture and more. All supplies included. Must be potty trained. Age: 3Y–6Y Fee: $99 / RD $94 Classes: 5 16665 July 14-18 10am-12pm Mon-Fri MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Oleana Perry Burien Area Baseball & Softball Youth Sports Ages: 4–18 yrs • March–June and Fall www.pacwestlittleleague.com • 206.243.9229 Des Moines Parks and Recreation Ages: 3–5 yrs for Tee-Ball; 6–8 yrs for Coach Pitch • January–May www.desmoineswa.gov • 206.870.6527 PARENT ATTENDANCE POLICY For most preschool classes, parents are encouraged to attend the first day of class unless otherwise stated in the class description. Parents are discouraged from attending all other classes so that their child can completely focus on the class content. PAC WEST LITTLE LEAGUE TEE-BALL AND COACH PITCH LEAGUES SPORTS Tot Soccer Young children will develop large motor skills while having fun running and kicking just like the big kids! Shin guards are required by the second class. Participant-to-coach ratio is 8:1. Every participant will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Age: 3Y–4Y Fee: $98 / RD $90 Classes: 8 16828 July 10-Aug 28 4:40pm-5:10pm Thur 16830 July 10-Aug 28 10am-10:30am Thur Green House Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer, PNW Basketball Des Moines Parks and Recreation Grades: 5–6 boys; 7–8 boys and (separate) girls; 9–10 boys • December–February www.desmoineswa.gov • 206.870.6527 YOUTH BASKETBALL LEAGUES DANCE Pre Ballet Calling all little ballerinas. Learn ballet through creative movement and games to classical music. Students will learn rhythm, flexibility, ballet vocabulary and basic positions while focusing on being expressive through their movement and imagination. Dress code: leotards, tights or leggings and leather bottom ballet shoes. Age: 3Y–4Y Fee: $62 / RD $56 Classes: 7 16815 July 9-Aug 20 10am-10:45am Wed 16818 July 9-Aug 20 3:40pm-4:25pm Wed BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: New City Dance Co Full Teen Hoops Grades: 7–12 • Spring Register as a player or a team www.sw.positiveplace.org • 206.436.1910 SOUTHWEST BOYS & GIRLS CLUB Pre-Soccer Children will learn the basic techniques of soccer while building self-esteem and learning to follow instructions in a nurturing teaching environment. Shin guards are required by the second class. Participant-to-coach ratio is 9:1. Every participant will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Age: 4Y–5Y Fee: $98 / RD $90 Classes: 8 16829 July 10-Aug 28 5:10pm-5:45pm Thur 16831 July 10-Aug 28 10:30am-11:05am Thur Green House Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer, PNW Football & Cheerleading Ages: 7–14 yrs • Spring www.Eteamz.com/BurienBearcats/ • 206.824.4018 Grades: 1st–8th, Kindergarteners can play if they play up with 1st & 2nd graders • Aug–Nov www.leaguelineup.com/pugetsoundlancers / • 253.777.5243 BURIEN BEARCATS PUGET SOUND LANCERS Lacrosse Ballet/Tap Can’t decide between ballet or tap? Why not try both? Students will have fun exploring the gracefulness of ballet and the upbeat rhythm of tap. Dress code: leotards, tights or leggings, tap shoes and leather bottom ballet shoes. Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $62 / RD $56 Classes: 7 16819 July 9-Aug 20 4:30pm-5:15pm Wed BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: New City Dance Co Preschool Sport Skills Children will get an introduction to T-ball, flag football, soccer, golf, track & field. They will practice listening skills, how to follow directions and improve their eye-to-hand coordination, balance and muscle control. Perfect or building confidence, making new friends, and learning the importance of teamwork! Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $49 / RD $42 Classes: 5 16834 July 12-Aug 9 9am-9:45am Sat Green House Park Instructor: Alissa Serrato Grades: 3–6 boys; 5–6 girls; 7–8 boys & (separate) girls; 9–12 girls and boys (separate) • March–May www.swlacrosseclub.org SOUTHWEST TITAN LACROSSE CLUB Soccer for Players with Disabilities Ages: For boys/girls age 4 yrs and up and men/women with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. Games played at Starfire Sports facility in Tukwila korrio.com/groups/tukwila-topsoccer TOPSOCCER Soccer Jennifer Olszewski “I began teaching pre-ballet classes in 1997 and have been doing such ever since. I studied ballet at the Joffrey ballet school in New York while I danced with Burklyn Ballet Theatre in Vermont. I received my BA in dance from the University of Washington in 2005. I love sharing my passion for dance with my students through imagination based games and the exploration of the elements of dance.” Dance Instructor: Ages: 5–18 yrs. 7 to U19 • Sept–late Fall www.highlinesoccerclub.com HIGHLINE SOCCER CLUB (FORMERLY WEST HIGHLINE SOCCER) YOUTH SOCCER Preschool T-ball It’s time to ‘T’ it up with tee-ball for boys and girls! The goal of this program is to develop hand eye coordination by teaching the players basic skills for hitting and catching and running the bases! Participants will experience team building and social interaction while having fun with the sport of baseball. Children must bring their own glove. Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $49 / $42 Classes: 5 16836 July 12-Aug 9 10am-10:45am Sat Green House Park Instructor: Alissa Serrato Des Moines Parks and Recreation Ages: 3–5 yrs co-ed; 6-7 yrs co-ed; 8–9 yrs and 10–11 yrs boys or girls • Spring www.desmoineswa.gov • 206.870.6527 Ages: 5–12 yrs • Spring www.highlinesoccerclub.com HIGHLINE SPRING SOCCER CLUB HIGHLINE PREMIERE FOOTBALL CLUB Ages: U8, U9, and U10 For players looking for higher competitive levels • August–September www.highlinepremiere.com RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 11 Youth ART Visual Storytellers Use your imagination to become a visual storyteller! This class will read and discuss popular children’s stories, and learn how to ‘spin a yarn��� through images. Working both collaboratively and independently, the visual storytellers will explore painting, drawing and sculpture by creating a mural and fun characters that illustrate their tale. All supplies provided. Age: 6Y–11Y Fee: $104 / RD $100 Classes: 6 16660 July 17-Aug 21 5pm-7pm Thur MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Melissa Bartlett SUMMER CAMPS Fairy Princess Dance Camp JULY 14–18, 10:00AM–12:00PM Coppélia Dance Camp AUGUST 18–22 9:00AM–1:00PM, Ages 8–9, $120 9:00AM–5:00PM, Ages 10–16, $200 Ballet, Character, Modern, Jazz, Hip-Hop classes, Set and Costume Making, Rehearsal and Choreography. On Friday dancers will give a short performance for family and friends. Rapunzel Dance Camp AUGUST 4–8, 10:00AM–12:00PM Every day dancers will enjoy ballet class, set and costume making, story time, snack time, choreography and rehearsal. Dancers will give a short performance for family on Friday. Ages: 3–7, $80 408 SW 153rd St // www.newcitydance.com // 206. 242.7989 LEGO Camp Calling all LEGO fans! Join us for awesome fun as a professional LEGO artist teaches topics such as use of color, adding architectural details, and building sturdy models. In addition to having a ton of fun, students will develop problem solving skills, learn to collaborate as a team, and gain the confidence that comes from harnessing their creativity. All supplies provided. Age: 6Y–14Y Fee: $112 / RD $106 Classes: 5 16655 July 7-11 1pm-3pm Mon-Fri MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Lucas Bonnema DANCE Ballet I This class will focus on learning basic ballet techniques through creative movement and games set to classical music. Students will learn rhythm, flexibility, ballet vocabulary and basic positions while focusing on being expressive through their movement and using their imaginations. Dress code: leotards, tights or leggings and leather bottom ballet shoes. Age: 5Y–6Y Fee: $62 / RD $56 Classes: 7 16821 July 10-Aug 21 4pm-4:45pm Thur BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: New City Dance Co Kid’s Clay Pinch, roll, coil, and paint your original artwork in this fun and messy class. Learn all the basics of handbuilding as you learn different ways to play with clay! Complete your one-of-a-kind pieces with colorful slips and glazes. All supplies provided. Age: 6Y–11Y Fee: $84 / RD $80 Classes: 6 16657 July 15-Aug 19 5pm-6:30pm Tue MAC Handbuilding Room Instructor: Aaron Murray Summer Music & Dance Lessons August 7–16 • 3yrs–Adult Momentum’s summer program will offer six weeks of classes in classical ballet, jazz, tap, contemporary, Irish, hip hop, and stretch and strengthening, as well as private and group music lessons in piano, guitar, and voice. We will also offer five day “Princess”, “Fairies and Fairytale”, and “Storybook Acting” camps. Ballet II Students will work on skills learned in Ballet I and will continue to learn advanced skills. Dress code: leotards, tights or leggings and leather bottom ballet shoes. Prerequisite: completion of one or more sessions of Ballet I or Instructor’s permission. Age: 6Y–9Y Fee: $62 / RD $56 Classes: 7 16822 July 10 -Aug 21 4:50pm-5:35pm Thur BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: New City Dance Co Creative Creatures in Clay Camp Create and explore the wonderful world of animals in clay in this week-long camp! We will be handbuilding a menagerie of animals both real and imagined and the worlds they live in. What types of animals will you create and what environments do they live in? Squish, pinch, roll, stamp and then paint your work with colorful underglazes. Dress to get messy. All supplies included. Age: 6Y–11Y Fee: $96 / RD $90 Classes: 5 16658 July 21-25 10am-12pm Mon-Fri MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Oleana Perry Intro to Break Dance This high-energy form of self expression helps develop rhythm, athleticism and body control. Time during each class will be allotted for structured learning of techniques and free form presentation of movements. Age: 5Y–10Y Fee: $70 / RD $64 Classes: 8 16825 July 7-Aug 25 6:40pm-7:25pm Mon BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Sammy Tekle www.momentumdanceacademy.com 206.242.1239 15811 Ambaum Blvd. SW, Suite 160 12 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Youth SPORTS Soccer 1 Beginning players learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, age-specific defense, etc. Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Smallsided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Shin guards are required by the second class. Participant-to-coach ratio is 10:1. Every participant will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Age: 5Y–6Y Fee: $98 / RD $90 Classes: 8 16832 July 10-Aug 28 5:45pm-6:30pm Thur Green House Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer, PNW Burien Area PAGE Youth Sports 11 Soccer Skillz and Scrimmages Kidz 7-10 years of age will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. In each class, we will play games to build individual skills and small-sided scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. This is the perfect bridge from our Soccer 1 class for those who are aspiring to the next level. All levels of skill are welcome to learn and enjoy the world’s most popular sport! Shin guards are required. Every participant will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Age: 7Y–10Y Fee: $98 / RD $90 Classes: 8 16833 July 10-Aug 28 6:30pm-7:15pm Thur Green House Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer, PNW Youth Tennis This class is for beginner to intermediate levels. Strong focus on development of hand eye coordination, sending and receiving the ball, sportsmanship and fun. No prior experience necessary. Age: 10Y–13Y Fee: $105 / RD $100 Classes: 8 16838 June 23-Jul 3 10:45am-12pm Mon-Thur 16839 July 7-17 10:45am-12pm Mon-Thur 16840 July 21-31 10:45am-12pm Mon-Thur 16841 Aug 4-14 10:45am-12pm Mon-Thur Highline High School Tennis Courts Instr: Stefan Green SPORT CAMPS Multi-Sport Camp Skyhawk multi-sport programs are tailored to your child’s age and skill level while teaching life lessons such as respect and teamwork. Children age 7-12 years will learn the rules and essential skills of each sport (soccer, baseball, & flag football). Age: 7Y–12Y Fee: $152 / RD $145 Classes: 5 16852 July 7-11 9am-3pm Mon-Fri Moshier Park Baseball Field #1 Instr: Skyhawks Staff Beginning Golf Camp Campers will learn the fundamentals of swinging, putting, and body positioning. Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system to its curriculum. SNAG is specifically designed for the entry-level player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy and effective transition onto the golf course. All equipment provided. Age: 5Y–9Y Fee: $114 / RD $109 Classes: 5 16853 July 21-25 9am-12pm Mon-Fri Moshier Park Practice Football Field Instr: Skyhawks Intro to Ultimate Frisbee! Learn how to play Ultimate with an experienced USAU certified youth coach. No experience necessary. Instruction includes basic throws, catching techniques, rules explanation and skills development games. This is a great opportunity to learn and enjoy this rapidly growing sport. Participants should wear soccer style clothing, inclement weather gear and bring a water bottle. Soccer shoes recommended, but not required. Age: 8Y–12Y Fee: $53 / RD $46 Classes: 5 16842 June 30 -Jul 28 4pm-5:30pm Mon Lake Burien Park Instructor: Paul Illian Spend the week enjoying the world’s most popular sport in a fun, recreational environment. Play fun soccer games to build skills in our fun, age-appropriate camp. Learn and practice soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting. All campers will receive a soccer ball and a KLS jersey. Campers should bring a full water bottle and a healthy snack. All participants must wear shin guards. Soccer shoes and sunscreen are recommended. Fee for each camp: $130 / RD $124 Classes: 5 Green House Park Field Instr: Kidz Love Soccer, PNW Lacrosse Lacrosse combines basic skills used in soccer, basketball and hockey into one fastpaced game. Boys and girls will learn the fundamentals of stick handling, cradling, passing and shooting in a fun, non-checking environment. Equipment included. Age: 7Y–12Y Fee: $135 / RD $129 Classes: 5 16854 July 14-18 9am-12pm Mon-Fri Moshier Park Practice Football Field Instr: Skyhawks KLS Camp Level 1 Age: 4Y–6Y 16849 June 23-27 9am-12pm Mon-Fri KLS Camp Level 2 Age: 7Y–8Y 16850 June 23-27 9am-12pm Mon-Fri KLS Camp Level 3 Age: 9Y–10Y 16851 June 23-27 9am-12pm Mon-Fri RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 13 Youth MMER DAY CAMPS YOUTH SU Art * Science * Dance * Field Trips * Swim Youth entering grades 1st –5th Volleyball Camp These camps are designed for participants who range from no experience at all to more developed fundamentals and skills. All camps focus on developing or fine tuning skills and fundamentals, team-building and promote the confidence in every athlete in a fun and friendly environment. Players will learn and develop individual and collective skills of play. Age: 10Y-13Y Fee: $82 / RD $75 per week Classes: 5 Sylvester Middle School Gym Instructor: Kate Ragsdale Camp Hours 6:30am–6:00pm • Fee Per Week $146 / RD $139 Our camp covers a great mixture of fun activities for everyone! Campers can sign up for 1 week or spend all summer with us. Each camper receives a Camp CRAZ t-shirt. Snack will be provided. Campers are responsible for bringing their own lunch. WK Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6/23–6/27 6/30–7/3 No camp 7/4 7/7–7/11 7/14–7/18 7/21–7/25 7/28–8/1 8/4–8/8 8/11–8/15 8/18–8/22 8/25–8/29 Theme Bee All You Can Be Celebrate America Under the Sea Jolly Holiday Great Outdoors Go For the Gold Flying High Lights, Camera, Action In the Jungle Last Splash Field Trips Pacific Science Center Ride the Duck Henry Moses Aquatic Center Pattison’s West Roller Skating NW Trek Family Fun Center Enchanted Village EMP (Experience Music Project) Woodland Park Zoo Wild Waves Barcode 16580 16581* 16582 16583 16584 16585 16586 16587 16588 16589 Level I Designed for the youth who has little to no volleyball experience. Offering a unique setting in an interactive team-building environment, this level introduces the fundamental skills of volleyball including passing, setting, serving, court structure and rotation. 16843 July 21-25 9am-12pm Mon-Fri Level II Designed for the youth with some volleyball experience; is familiar with, has experience in, and performs with some consistency, the fundamental skills outlined in Beginner Level I. This level’s focus is on refining and advancing the basic fundamentals (passing, setting, serving), and introduces more advanced skills—hitting/ spiking, blocking & digging, position play, and game strategies. 16844 July 28-Aug 1 9am-12pm Mon-Fri Level III Designed for the youth who can consistently and accurately execute the fundamentals of passing, setting and serving, understands positional and three ball touch play, and can hit/spike, dig and block with some consistency. This level focuses is on improving the more advanced skills introduced in Level II—hitting/spiking, digging and blocking skills, concentrating on proper arm swing and footwork formations. 16845 Aug 4-8 9am-12pm Mon-Fri This is a general schedule of activities. All activities are subject to change without notice. *Only partial week offered. 14 | www.Register.BurienParks.net TEEN SUMMER DAY CAMPS REGISTRATION INFORMATION Camp Craz and Summer Teen Scene Campers may register for camp up until the Monday of that camp week if there is space available. The first two weeks of camp, payment in full is due at the time of registration. Scholarship approval is required prior to registration. Space is limited to 60 campers per week for Camp Craz and 24 for STS. REGISTER ONLINE Teens entering grades 6th–9th Camp Hours 6:30am–6:00pm • Fee Per Week $146 / RD $139 Fee Looking for something fun to do this summer? Join us for 10 weeks packed with games, activities, and trips! Sign up for 1 week or spend all summer with us. The teens will be adventuring out on daily field trips, learning leadership skills and making lasting friendships. WK Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6/23–6/27 Theme Ahoy Matey! Field Trips Laser Tag, Family Fun Center, Snoqualmie Falls Theo Chocolate, Chinatown Tour & Lunch, Kubota Garden Bite of Seattle & Overnight camping trip to Ocean Shores & Horseback Riding Ice Skating, Crystal Mountain Gondola, Snoqualmie Tunnel Pt. Defiance Zoo, Wild Waves, Lake Meridian Indoor Rock Climbing, Trampoline Nation, Coulon Beach EMP, Seattle Underground, Seattle Scavenger Hunt Overnight camping trip to Lake Chelan & Slide Waters Kayaking, Indoor Rock Climbing, Surprise Trip! Barcode Renton Pool, Kayaking, Taste of Tacoma 16568 16569* 16570 16571 16572 16573 16574 16575 16576 16577 Weekly session fee is $146 / RD $139. One-time registration fee per participant of $30 / RD $25 due at time of registration Scheduled Payments If you are registering for 3 or more weeks and not able to pay for your child’s camp in full at the time of registration, you can schedule your camp payments by completing a Pre-Authorized Charge Form. Each week of camp requires a $20 non-refundable nontransferable deposit, per participant at the time of registration which will be applied towards final payment due for each week. Once camp begins, the balance of your weekly camp fee will automatically be processed on the Monday one week prior to your child’s camp week. 6/30–7/3 Superheros No camp 7/4 7/7–7/11 7/14–7/18 7/21–7/25 7/28–8/1 8/4–8/8 8/11–8/15 8/18–8/22 8/25–8/29 Man vs. Food Showcase Showdown Winter in July Wild n’ Wacky X–Treme Sports Hollywood Heat Wave Best of the Best Credit Card Declines A NSF fee of $25 will be charged to your account if your card is declined for any reason. If remainder of that camp weekly fee and the NSF charge isn’t paid in full by 5PM on the following Tuesday one week prior to the camp week, the $20 deposit is forfeited and camp participant will be withdrawn from that week of camp. Refund Camp deposits are non-refundable nontransferable; if full fees have been paid; a refund less the $20 deposit and the $5 processing fee will be issued, if notice is received by filling out a refund request form 10 or more days prior to the start of the camp week. If less than 9 days will be charged 50% of the total week fee, per participant. This is a general schedule of activities. All activities are subject to change without notice. *Only partial week offered. www.Register.BurienParks.net | 15 Teen ART Teen Wheel Week Learn how to use a pottery wheel! Students will learn how to center, expand, collar, and trim clay on a wheel. The teacher will demonstrate and assist in the making of cups, mugs, plates, and bowls. No experience necessary. All supplies are included. Age: 11Y–15Y Fee: $133 / RD $127 16653 July 7-11 1pm-4pm Mon-Fri MAC Throwing Room Instructor: Drew Nicklas Grades 6th –12th Monday–Thursday 2:30-6:00pm & Friday 1:30-6:00pm • Healthy Snacks • Games ( Board Games & Video Games) • Computer Access • Arts & Crafts After-School Program ENDS FRIDAY, JUNE 13th. We’ll start back up Monday, Sept 8th. Teen Acrylic Painting and Mixed Media Explore color, composition, mediums and techniques in this painting class for teens. Students will make studies, take photos, work with still life’s and use memory to map out, paint and collage their composition. A fun and relaxed atmosphere designed to broaden your uses for and understanding of acrylic painting. All supplies provided. Age: 12Y–17Y Fee: $112 / RD $107 Classes: 6 16663 July 14-Aug 18 6pm-8:30pm Mon MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Melissa Bartlett Weekly Programs Include: urpose Poets With a P 6:0 0pm teens, ages 13-18. This writing circle is for e writing skills The mission is to improv No judgment , and let voices be heard! l! This will be fee say whatever you want/ Songwriters s, hor for Poets, Potential aut er and pap cil, pen a h ANYBODY wit ! tell to ry sto a Tuesdays • 4:30- Transportation to After-School Program • Van Transportation from Highline High School @ 2:05 (M-Th) 12:30 (Fri) • Van Transportation from Sylvester Middle School @ 2:45 (M-Th) 1:10 (Fri) Drop -In Break Dance Monday-Friday • 2:30 -5:0 0pm Drop -In Break Dance is for participants to prac tice and build upon their dance skills . Participants must first sign-in to the after school program before dropping in to the break dance room. Free van transportation from Sylvester Middle School and Highline High School to the Teen After-School Program at the Burien Community Center Monday through Friday. Pre-registration is required. Van transportation is on a 1st come 1st serve basis. Teens must be a student at Sylvester Middle School or Highline High School. To register for the Activity Van, call the Burien Parks and Recreation Department at 206.988.3700. SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE Scholarships are available for Burien residents. Please call 206.988.3700 for more information 16 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Adult Art ART CERAMICS Clay Class Information: 1. Class and Studio Only fees include firing fees. Please remember that MAC does not have the space to allow for production pottery. Extra firing fees will be assessed if kiln space is being overused. 2. Students are responsible for purchasing their own clay and tools unless otherwise noted. 3. Orders for supplies will be taken at the first class and must be accompanied by a check. Some clay also available for purchase at Moshier. 4. Open Studio: students enrolling in classes marked by a are encouraged to use MAC’s free open studio times. These times can be used while the class you are enrolled in is in session. Mondays: 12–3:30pm, Tuesdays: 12–3:30pm, Wednesdays: 9:30am–9pm, Saturdays: 10am–3:00pm. Illuminating Lanterns for Families Come to this family friendly lantern class and learn how to make a variety of lanterns and then make a lantern to take home! Three different lanterns will be demonstrated, each with a different level of difficulty, so that a wide age range can find success…from child through adult! Price is per person. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. All supplies provided. Age: 6Y and up 16646 Aug 26 Fee: $18 / RD $17 Classes: 1 5pm-7pm Tue Lantern Making for Glow Volunteers Prepare for the Glow as you learn how to create two different lantern styles during this fun workshop! Participants will get to keep the lanterns they make, and will also be able to help prep materials for the ArtsA-Glow festival! This class is free for anyone who will volunteer at Arts-A-Glow, Burien’s Community Lantern Festival, the evening of 9/6. Age: 13Y and up 16648 Aug 23 Fee: Free Classes: 1 1pm-4pm Sat Beginning to Advanced Ceramics A relaxed class environment where students of all skill levels can delve into handbuilding or throwing on the potters wheel. Class will offer individual attention for beginning students and demonstrations for more advanced students. Fee includes glazes and firing. Instructor: George Rodriguez Age: 15Y and up Fee: $137 / RD $130 Classes: 6 16644 July 14-Aug 18 9:30am-12pm Mon MAC Throwing Room Instructor: George Rodriguez MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Yon LeMieux Globe Lanterns These lanterns are as simple and fun to make as they are beautiful! Come to this family friendly lantern class and learn how to use a balloon to create the shape with paper, and then add color and detail with the final layer. Lanterns will be completed in this 2 hour class, but students will need to pick them up after they dry. Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Price is per person. All supplies provided Age: 4Y and up 16647 Aug 19 Fee: $17 / RD $16 Classes: 1 5pm-7pm Tue MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Yon LeMieux MAC Multipurpose Room Instructor: Yon LeMieux RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 17 Adult Enrichment CERAMICS Beginning to Intermediate Pottery Wheel This class is for people new to wheel throwing and those who have learned the basics and want to further develop their work. Fundamentals of centering, throwing, trimming and glazing will be covered in this course. For those with more experience, we will explore altered forms and textured surfaces. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $164 / RD $156 Classes: 6 16641 July 17-Aug 21 6pm-9pm Thur MAC Throwing Room Instructor: Victoria Hamilton Clay Sampler: Pottery Wheel and Handbuilding Can’t decide if you want to try the wheel or handbuilding? Now you don’t have to choose! Here’s your chance to try both in this 6 week class. Vicki Hamilton will start off the three weeks with the basics of wheel throwing, while the last three weeks will be spent learning handbuilding techniques and tricks with George Rodriquez. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $137 / RD $130 Classes: 6 16640 July 14-Aug 18 6:30pm-9pm Mon MAC Throwing Room Instructor: Victoria Hamilton Instructor: George Rodriquez Cone 5 Paperclay : Intermediate to Advanced Break the rules of conventional clay and explore paperclay’s unique possibilities! This class gives an introduction to a flexible approach to building, decorating and firing. With paperclay you can force dry your piece, join dry greenware pieces together, combine paperclay and conventional clay or try building with prefired pieces and combine them after firing. We will use Oregon Red paperclay for handbuilding sculptures and vessels. Come experiment with this creative new approach to ceramics. No access to wheels during this class. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y & up Fee: $172 / RD $164 Classes: 6 16643 July 16-Aug 20 9:30am-12:30pm Wed MAC Handbuilding Room Instr: Kathleen Skeels Beginning to Advanced Handbuilding Learn handbuilding construction techniques such as coil and slab methods as well as experiment with surface design and using the potter’s wheel. For all experience levels. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $137 / RD $130 Classes: 6 16638 July 16-Aug 20 6:30pm-9pm Wed MAC Handbuilding Room Instructor: Hunter McGee Pottery Wheel: Tuesday AM This class is for students who have learned the fundamentals of throwing. Work with the instructor to increase your skill level in throwing, as well as learn more about glazing and firing. It is recommended that students take Beginning Pottery Wheel before signing up for this class. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $137 / RD $130 Classes: 6 16639 July 15-Aug 19 9:30am-12pm Tue MAC Throwing Room Instructor: Drew Nicklas Kathleen Skeels 18 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Adult Enrichment COMPUTERS 50+ Digital Photos: Your Camera and Computer Bring your digital camera and cable and we will explain all of those buttons and symbols and how they can help you take better photos. Then we will break down how to upload them to the computer, quickly edit them, and publish them to the internet or email them to your family. A demonstration camera and sample photos will be available. Bring your digital camera, cables and laptop, if you have them. Age: 50Y and up 16730 July 11 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am-12:30pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin Smart Device: Phones and Tablets Donâ€™t feel outsmarted by your smart device. Bring your phone or tablet to the computer lab and learn the gestures that will put you in control. Also learn about several applications (apps) that will help you get the best from your device. Age: 50Y and up 16733 July 18 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am-12pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin Computer Basics: Translation and Customization From turning the computer on and off, to learning the difference between hardware and software and how to install each. We will focus on making the vocabulary of the PC (Personal Computer) understandable, and learning how to be comfortable interfacing with the computer through customization of everything about its look and feel. This class is designed for novices and for those who want to increase their familiarity with the OS (Operating System). Bring your laptop, if you have one. Age: 50Y and up 16729 Aug 1 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am-12pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin Advanced Computers For users who are comfortable with daily computer use but want to know more about the technical aspects to keep their computer up to date and in shape. The focus will be on understanding Windows Task Manager, uninstalling software that you no longer use or need and making sure your computer security is up to date. Bring your laptop, if you have one. Age: 50Y and up 16728 Aug 15 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 1:30pm-4pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin Social Media Networking: Facebook Get schooled in the latest methods of social networking, with an emphasis on Facebook. Whether you have an account or not, this class will get you up to date on how to electronically communicate. Keeping your account information and everything you post as private as possible will be a major emphasis. Bring your laptop, if you have one. Age: 50Y and up 16735 July 25 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 9:30am-12pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin Digital Photo Editing This will be an in-depth look at using the photo editing software Picasa which is available as a free download from Google. Topics range from downloading and scanning photos, to understanding the built-in editing tools, to turning your photos into something more artistic such as collages or video slide shows. (Digital Photos is recommended as a prerequisite.) Age: 50Y and up 16731 Aug 22 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am-12:30pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin Intermediate Computers We will pick up where Computer Basics left off. However, if you feel comfortable using a computer but want to learn some tips and tricks, this class will help you become more familiar with features of the computer that make everyday tasks easier. Part of the class time will also be dedicated to individual questions. Bring your specific questions and/or listen and learn as others have their queries answered. Bring your laptop, if you have one. Age: 50Y and up 16732 Aug 15 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am-12pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE Scholarships are available for Burien residents. Please call 206.988.3700 for more information RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 19 Adult Enrichment DANCE Beginning Ballroom Dance Everyone’s wild for Ballroom Dance! You’ll learn enough Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Swing and Cha Cha to dance the night away. Perfect for beginners! This is a couples class; fee is per person. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $60 / RD $55 Classes: 5 16681 July 15-Aug 12 6pm-7pm Tue BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Instructor: Jacob Matthew GARDENING Watering and Fall Plantings Supplement your groceries and reduce your bills with a wonderful summer garden and learn how to transition to fall. With special emphasis on fall crops, topics will include method and crop planting to enrich the soil, mulching, composting and watering. On site in the Burien Community Garden; hands on with a Garden Hotline educator from Seattle Tilth. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $12 / $10 Classes: 2 16802 July 12-19 10am-12pm Sat Green House Park Comm. Garden Instructor: Seattle Tilth HEALTH & WELLNESS Advanced Ballroom Dance A continuation of Ballroom Dance. Prerequisite: completion of one or more sessions or Instructor’s permission. This is a couples class; fee is per person. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $60 / RD $55 Classes: 5 16682 July 15-Aug 12 7pm-8pm Tue BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Instructor: Jacob Matthew “No Sew” Kite Making for Adults • FREE Presented by the Washington Kitefliers Association No sew kites are very popular in the kite making circles. Just tape and kite skins (Rip stop nylon) and string. In this workshop, you will learn how to make a very nice fourfoot “Eddy” kite. Registration is limited. All materials to build your kite are supplied. Highline Historical Society Salsa Learn the basic foot patterns and turns of this sensual, steamy and easy-to-learn dance. With its Latin and Afro-Cuban roots, slinky body movement, and variety of patterns, it’s no wonder this is popular and HOT! HOT! HOT! Age: 16Y and up Fee: $60 / $55 16686 July 15-Aug 12 5pm-6pm Tue BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Instructor: Jacob Matthew June 14, 10:00am–4:00pm Burien, Normandy Park & SeaTac • Tickets: $15 in advance / $18 day of • Group rates: $12 per person if bought in groups of four or more. Tickets can be purchased at Burien Bark, 13258 1st Avenue S or at Wild Birds Unlimited, 15858 1st Ave S in Burien; or over the phone by calling 206.241.5786. Ages 10 & over. Absolutely no pets, please. This annual event, which falls on Flag Day this year, allows participants to visit beautiful private gardens in Burien, Normandy Park and SeaTac. Ticket package includes special offers with participating Burien businesses. firstname.lastname@example.org Garden Tour Highline Burien Library Saturday, July 12, 2:00pm Pre registration required: www.kcls.org/programs/fitness/ 206.243.3490 Scottish Country Dance for All • FREE Presented by the RSCDS Seattle (Royal Scottish Country Dance Society) Scottish Country Dance is social dancing, similar to contra or square dancing. Come learn some fun beginner’s dances to live music and get some exercise, too! You do not need to bring a partner as we change partners between dances. Friday, July 25, 6:30pm at Lake Burien Park at the arch. Sponsored by the Burien Library Guild • FREE This coupon is good for ANY dance or fitness class for participants who are 50 years or older and are new to that class or haven’t participated in a dance or fitness class in the last 3 months. 206.241.5786 20 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Adult Enrichment GENERAL INTEREST 50+ ORGANIZING YOUR AFFAIRS SERIES Care & Consideration: Funeral Planning Basics This seminar will cover two very important, rarely talked about subjects that everyone needs to know—what to do when a death occurs and how to plan a funeral or a memorial. When a death occurs in your family, you will be faced with having to make important decisions during a very difficult time. Find out what needs to be done at the time of death and in the days following. Whether it’s a simple cremation or an extraordinary celebration, every life deserves to be honored, so plan carefully and considerately by getting all this information ahead of time. Age: 50Y and up 16799 July 9 BCC Lakeview Room Fee: Free Classes: 1 10am-11:30am Wed Instructor: Barbara Gilreath Public Transportation Education Workshop First Transit provides seniors and individuals with disabilities the education to safely and confidently use public transportation. Come learn all your options for getting around and qualify to take a free, escorted bus ride to a special location. Age: 50Y and up 16752 July 22 BCC Chelsea Room Fee: Free Classes: 1 10am-11am Tue Instructor: First Transit Public Transportation Education: Field Trip An instructor from First Transit will be on-site to educate seniors and individuals with disabilities in the intricacies of public transportation with a field trip on the Metro bus. To be eligible to go on this field trip, you must first attend the in-class education workshop on 7/22. Meet at the Burien Transit Center at 10am. Age: 50Y and up 16750 Aug 6 16751 Aug 28 BCC Lobby Fee: Free Classes: 1 10am-2:30pm Wed 10am-2:30pm Thur Instructor: First Transit Writers Workshop Whether your goal is to write your family history or the ‘great American novel’, a beginner or published author, you’ll expand your horizons and hone your communication skills with the encouragement of this friendly, supportive group. Join the fun! Age: 50Y and up Fee: $39 / RD $30 Classes: 10 16781 July 11-Sept 12 10am-12pm Fri BCC Lakeview Room Instructor: Sallie Tierney Self-Obituary: Writing Your Life Story & Eulogy Presentation Writing your own obituary is morbid, to say the least, but this workshop will focus on your great life story. How do you want to be remembered and what do you want your family and friends to know about you? Apply some practical tips that will make it easy for you to tell your story. It will give you peace of mind knowing you’ve had your say and ease your loved ones of having to do it at a very difficult time. How to write and deliver eulogies will also be covered. Age: 18Y and up 16801 July 30 BCC Lakeview Room Fee: Free Classes: 1 10am-11:30am Wed Instructor: Barbara Gilreath AARP Smart Driver Course AARP offers a two-day Smart Driver Course. You may be able to get a deduction from your insurance company, if you complete this course. Fee is $15 for AARP members/$20 for non-members to be paid in class, and $2 to Burien Senior Program at the time of registration. Age: 50Y and up 16721 July 22-23 BCC Manhattan Room Fee: $2 Classes: 2 12:30pm-4:30pm Tue-Wed Instructor: EH Baker Funeral Home Tour & Funeral Planning Education Join us for the final workshop of ‘Organizing Your Affairs’ with a tour of a funeral home. Get your questions answered regarding burials and cremations, and a ‘behind the scenes’ look at funeral planning. Trip includes admission, escort and tour of Bonney Watson Funeral Home. Age: 50Y and up 16800 Sept 4 Fee: Free Classes: 1 10am-12pm Thur PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR ALL CLASSES Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Instr: Barbara Gilreath RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 21 Adult Fitness FREE TRIAL JUNE 21 Want to start off your summer right? Join us for a pair of classes that can’t be beat! ZombieFit: 9–10am Lake Burien Park Stairway to Fitness: 10:30–11:30am Eagle Landing Park (meet at Lake Burien Park by the arch and then we will take a short walk to Eagle Landing Park) • Curriculum is American Heart Association “Friends and Family CPR” FREE CPR CLASSES Couch to 5K (C25K) Couch-to-5k is a training program for beginning level runners seeking to run their first 5K race. If this has always been on your bucket list, 2014 is your year to cross it off! C25k will cover running basics like proper stride, training programs, nutrition, and gear. The instructor will run the Alki Beach Run 5k on August 24th with class graduates. All participants will receive an electronic training log. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $55 /RD $48 Classes: 7 16671 July 7-Aug 18 7pm-8p Mon Lake Burien Park Instructor: Clay Fife ZombieFit Do you feel physically prepared for all of life’s surprises, even a zombie apocalypse?! ZombieFit is a high intensity boot camp-style class designed to take your fitness to the next level. With an emphasis on functional fitness and a rock-solid core, you will use kettlebells, running, box hops, sled pulls and lots more to make your workout both fun and effective. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $32 / RD $28 Classes: 4 16678 July 12-Aug 2 9am-10am Sat 16679 Aug 9-30 9am-10am Sat Lake Burien Park Instructor: Clay Fife • Covers adult, child and infant CPR, choking and AED use • Taught by AHA Certified Burien Firefighters Note: This class is NOT for those needing a healthcare provider certification (BLS for HCP). Stairway to Fitness Stair climbing is one of the most effective workouts. In addition to cardio, stairs strengthen and tone the glutes, thighs and calves and core. This class will introduce you to the stairway; we will discuss a training program based on goals, nutrition, and safety. We’ll even have some information on the history, geology, flora and fauna of the area. Group will meet at the arch at Lake Burien Park and walk to the stairs. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $32 / RD $28 Classes: 4 16672 July 12-Aug 2 10:30am-11:30am Sat 16673 Aug 9-30 10:30am-11:30am Sat Eagle Landing Park Instructor: Clay Fife B-Town Running Group Grab your running shoes and meet us at the library! Whether you’re looking to begin a running routine, maintain a running schedule, or improve your stride this program is for you. Experience the benefits of being part of a supportive group of runners by hitting the streets of Burien for a 60 minute self-paced run. FREE • Saturdays • July 12–Aug 30 • 9am Burien Town Square Park by art sculpture Burien–Normandy Park Fire Department 15100 8th Ave SW Burien Pre-registration required 206.242.2040 CPRemail@example.com FREE DROP-IN BLOOD PRESSURE TESTING • Held weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9am – 4pm • No pre-registration necessary • Available at Fire Station 15100 8th Ave SW Burien Love to RUN and want to share your passion with others? We are looking for volunteers to help with the B-Town Running Group. Instructor Bio: Clay Fife Contact firstname.lastname@example.org CLAY FIFE lives by the mantra: if you don’t love your or 206.812.4723 life, change it. He believes that reaching goals is simple but not easy, and that’s where a coach can make all the difference. Fitness is a journey, and avoiding pitfalls can make your expedition efficient, effective, and fun. Once you find the right combination of exercise, nutrition and lifestyle tools to get you to your goals the journey gets very exciting. He is inspired by being a personal trainer because he gets to work with you to make achieving goals a smoother process. Clay has numerous personal training and weight lifting certifications. 22 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Adult Fitness CARDIO Early Bird Fitness Guarantee yourself a regular work-out by scheduling it into your day BEFORE work or daily responsibilities begin! A terrific opportunity to improve flexibility, muscle tone, circulation and endurance. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $47 / RD $41 Classes: 18 16691 July 7-Aug 15 6am-7am Mon, Wed, Fri BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Instructor: Pam Odegard Zumba Gold Zumba Gold is an easy to follow program that lets you move to the beat at your own speed. It’s an invigorating Latin influenced dance fitness class that feels fresh and exhilarating. Benefit from the low-impact moves on a physical and emotional level. This class is designed for the active older adult, the true beginner, people who are not used to exercising, or are limited physically. No class 8/15. FIT PASS Bollyrobics This energetic and non-stop exhilarating group fitness class will be the perfect addition to your workout. Dance to catchy Bhangra (traditional folk) music ranging from low to high impact, providing cardio, stretching, toning, warm-up, and cool-down. Students will learn the basic dancing moves, including frequently used steps, hand gestures, and head and eye movements. Appropriate for all fitness levels. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $55 / RD $48 Classes: 7 16811 July 11-Aug 29 10am-11am Fri BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Cristina Herrera FIT PASS STRENGTH TRAINING PILATES Lunchtime Pilates Pilates classes consist of circuit style FIT PASS mat work routines designed to develop abdominal core strength, increase all over flexibility, improve muscular endurance and create a mind to body connection that will enhance movement. Classes will complement all sporting & outdoor activities. Hand weights, Magic Circle and wall exercises will also be included. Appropriate for men and women of all fitness levels. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $67 / RD $61 Classes: 10 16806 June 24-July 24 12pm-12:45pm Tue, Thur BCC Lakeview Room Instructor: Pam Videen Introduction Weight Lifting and Weight Rooms for Women If you find weight rooms, free weights and other public lifting areas confusing and intimidating, this class is for you. Learn all the benefits of free weights over machines, how to use barbells, dumbbells, cable equipment, kettlebells and other tools. The four main lifts and several others will be taught. All participants will receive a training manual and log. Please bring a water bottle and towel. Age: 16Y and up 16666 July 13 16667 Aug 10 Freedom Fitness Fee: $18 / RD $15 Classes: 1 9am-10:30am Sun 9am-10:30am Sun Instructor: Clay Fife Age: 16Y and up Fee: $59 /RD $51 Classes: 6 16694 July 10-Aug 14 7pm-8pm Thur BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Shub-Chintan Gill Zumba in the Park Let’s bring the Zumba craze out into the park! It’s still your favorite fusion of Latin and international inspired music and dance moves that create an exciting and effective aerobic/ fitness workout. Whether you know how to dance or not, Zumba will keep you coming back for more. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $47 / RD $41 Classes: 6 16784 July 9-Aug 13 6:30pm-7:30pm Wed Lake Burien Park Instructor: Anne Marie Littleton Pilates Pilates classes consist of circuit style FIT PASS mat work routines designed to develop abdominal core strength, increase all over flexibility, improve muscular endurance and create a mind to body connection that will enhance movement. Classes will complement all sporting & outdoor activities. Hand weights, Magic Circle and wall exercises will also be included. Appropriate for men and women of all fitness levels. . Age: 16Y and up Fee: $38 / RD $33 Classes: 4 16807 July 7-28 5:30pm-6:30pm Mon 16808 Aug 4-25 5:30pm-6:30pm Mon 16810 July 9-30 5:30pm-6:30pm Wed 16809 Aug 6-27 5:30pm-6:30pm Wed BCC Lakeview Room Instructor: Ryo Chea Kettlebell Foundations Introducing the ultimate fitness program that increases your endurance, power, strength, and confidence to burn fat fast! Kettlebell utilizes all of your core muscles that are essential for maintaining good health. This class takes the beginning moves and combines them into a challenging workout. All fitness levels welcome. Please bring water & hand towel. FIT PASS Zumba Join the Zumba craze, with its fusion of Latin and international inspired music and dance moves that create an exciting and effective aerobic/fitness workout. Whether you know how to dance or not, Zumba will keep you coming back for more. FIT PASS Age: 16Y and up Fee: $31 / RD $27 Classes: 4 16785 July 7-28 5:30pm-6:30pm Mon 16788 Aug 4-25 5:30pm-6:30pm Mon BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Anne Marie Littleton 16787 Aug 5-26 7:05pm-8:05pm Tue BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Hani Schnaith Age: 16Y and up Fee: $37 / RD $33 Classes: 4 16701 July 8-29 7pm-8pm Tue 16702 Aug 5-26 7pm-8pm Tue 16698 July 10-31 6:15pm-7:15pm Thur 16699 Aug 7-28 6:15pm-7:15pm Thur 16697 July 12-Aug 2 8:15am-9:15am Sat 16700 Aug 9-30 8:15am-9:15am Sat BCC Lakeview Room Instructor: Joshua Hughes RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 23 Adult Fitness SWIM FIT PASS TAI CHI Tai Chi in the Park This ancient Chinese Martial Art is a form of exercise that combines movement and meditation. In this class, we will work on basic alignment, relaxation and coordination. Each class begins with a full body joint lubricating longevity exercise set followed by form practice. Relieve stress and have fun, while gaining strength, balance and flexibility. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $66 / RD $60 Classes: Monthly 16712 July 1-31 10:45am-11:45am Tue, Thur 16713 Aug 5-28 10:45am-11:45am Tue, Thur 16716 July 2-30 10:45am-11:45am Wed, Mon 16717 Aug 4-27 10:45am-11:45am Mon, Wed Community Center Annex Park Instr: Viola Brumbaugh YOGA Gentle Yoga A unique combination of postures and movements to relax your mind. Connect with your body & spirit while you experience this gentle form of yoga. A great class for all levels with emphasis on breath and flow of energy within your body. FIT PASS Chen Tai Chi in the Park Aqua Fit A wonderfully beneficial aerobic workout in the water for adults, seniors and anyone with any body ailments. A great way to get an aerobic workout and tone muscles in a nonimpact environment. Foam dumbbells and other devices are used to add resistance and intensity. Please advise your instructor if you are not a swimmer. The pool is 4.5 feet deep. Please provide your own towels. Age: 18Y and up Fee: $101 / RD $96 Classes: 16 16708 July 8-Aug 28 8:30-9:30am Tue, Thur Highline Club Pool Instr: Highline Athletic Club Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art practiced by millions every day to improve health and develop self-defense. Chen family Tai Chi is the original form of this art. In this class we will practice Joint Lubrication Qigong, Silk Reeling, and the Chen 18 Essential Forms. Improve balance and flexibility, reduce stress and joint discomfort, develop strength and focus. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $136 / RD $130 Classes: 12 16715 July 1-Sept 16 6pm-7pm Tue Green House Park Instructor: Viola Brumbaugh Age: 16Y and up Fee: $31 / RD $27 Classes: 4 16695 July 9-30 6pm-7:15pm Wed BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Lori Leberer Low Impact Chair Yoga A great class for seniors, adults, and individuals returning from an injury, who want to gain flexibility and balance while stretching, breathing, and practicing relaxation techniques in a safe and comfortable setting. Through modifications and props, you will gain muscular strength, endurance, and flexibility; and increase stamina, lung capacity and overall wellness. For all body types. FIT PASS Aqua Boot Camp A high cardio workout without pain in your joints, Aqua Boot Camp brings the fun and excitement of boot camp classes and just adds water! This energizing and effective new class is complete with strength training, moderate to high intensity power aerobics, and plyometrics to burn calories, tone muscles, and increase both, range of motion and endurance. Please bring your own towel. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $101 / RD $96 Classes: 16 16710 July 9-Aug 29 12:30-1:30pm Wed, Fri Highline Club Pool Instr: Highline Athletic Club FIT PASS Need a workout on the go? Want to mix up your fitness routine? Look for the FIT PASS symbol for class options. Passes must be purchased 10 minutes before class. Good for classes that have met minimum registration. Refunds, credits, or discounts do not apply. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $56 / RD $51 Classes: 6 16789 July 9-Aug 13 11am-12:15pm Wed BCC Manhattan Room Instructor: Janet Crawley Yoga Stretch & Strength Do you want to feel great about yourself? Join us to experience increased health by calming and de-stressing the mind and body as we move into basic yoga postures and breathing practices. Weâ€™ll stretch, strengthen and learn to release tension and increase flexibility while practicing on a mat. Janet provides options within a posture and encourages each person to participate at their own level. FIT PASS DROP-IN FIT PASS $13 / RD $10 Age: 16Y and up Fee: $56 / RD $51 Classes: 6 16791 July 9-Aug 13 9am-10:15am Wed BCC Hilltop Room Instructor: Janet Crawley 24 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Adult Fitness Mondays & Wednesdays in Burien Volleyball Hazel Valley Elementary School Gymnasium (west-side, down stairs) 402 SW 132nd St. 98146 Running in accordance with Highline School District schedule: No play after June 4. Resumes in Fall. Adult Drop-In Call 206.988.3700 to verify play Scrimmage games 6:30–9:00pm • $4 fee each night • Must sign in on hold harmless sheet • For players ages 16 and up. No minor children allowed in facility due to risk and liability • Have fun, meet people • RECREATIONAL LEVEL PLAY ONLY (Unsafe play, foul language & not playing as a team will be warned, then asked to leave.) FITNESS 50+ Enhance Fitness A medium level aerobic exercise FIT PASS session, this class includes warm-up, aerobics, weights (provided) and cool-down. We encourage new people to view a class before they register. Call 206.988.3700 if you are a Group Health member, you may be eligible for free classes. No class 7/4. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $35 / RD $30 Classes: Monthly 16740 July 2-30 8:45am-09:45am Wed, Fri, Mon 16741 July 2-30 9:45am-10:45am Wed, Fri, Mon 16742 July 2-30 10:45am-11:45am Wed, Fri, Mon 16743 Aug 1-29 8:45am-09:45am Fri, Mon, Wed 16744 Aug 1-29 9:45am-10:45am Fri, Mon, Wed 16745 Aug 1-29 10:45am-11:45am Fri, Mon, Wed BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall Instructor: Alex Lewis Sitting Fit This senior exercise class is performed entirely in the seated position. It will consist of a light warm up, stretching and breathing exercises. Upper and lower body exercises with wrist/ankle weights and/or dumbbells will help strengthen bones and health. A cool down will end the class. The class is taught in an encouraging and supportive environment where everyone goes at his/her own pace during the workout. No class 7/4. FIT PASS Age: 50Y and up Fee: $10 Classes: 29 16762 June 23-Aug 29 3:30-4:30pm Mon, Wed, Fri Burien Park Apartments Comm. Rm. Instr: Alex Lewis Strength Training with Thera Bands Workshop This workshop meets once a month and covers the importance of maintaining strength as you age and learning the easy exercises that will help you maintain your good health for as long as possible. Workshop includes a free Thera Band for you to take home. Class dates: 7/14, 8/11 and 9/8. FIT PASS SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE This coupon is good for ANY dance or fitness class for participants who are 50 years or older and are new to that class or haven’t participated in a dance or fitness class in the last 3 months. Scholarships are available for Burien residents. Please call 206.988.3700 for more information Age: 50Y and up Fee: $12 / RD $10 Classes: 3 16764 July 14-Sept 8 1pm-2pm Mon BCC Manhattan Room Instr: Burien Nursing & Rehab RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 25 Travel for Adults 50+ Travel Information • Trip times are subject to change. • No substitutions allowed. • Cancellations must adhere to refund policy. • A cold or common illness is not considered “medical illness.” TRIP RATINGS All trips involve some degree of walking. See below for walking rating: EASY * Mostly paved, minimal walking distance MODERATE** Sometimes paved, may include stairs, moderate walking distance DIFFICULT*** Some difficult terrain, uneven ground, stairs, incline, and/or extensive walking Westport and Winery* Head to the quaint beach town of Westport, Washington. Enjoy some leisure time exploring the beaches and little shops along the waterfront. We will stop at the Westport Winery where you can taste five wines for $5 (optional) or explore the Sculpture Garden. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch and wine is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16773 July 9 Fee: $23 / RD $20 Classes: 1 9am-5pm Wed Little Creek Casino* Feeling lucky? Join us for a trip to the Little Creek Casino. Experience the sights and sounds of this Vegas-style casino. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16779 July 30 Fee: $23 / RD $20 Classes: 1 9am-5pm Wed Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Suquamish Museum on Bainbridge Island** We will be traveling over to the Peninsula to visit the winter home of Chief Seattle and the heart of the Suquamish people. Rejoice in and learn about the history of the Pacific Northwest with a visit to the newly built Suquamish Museum. As we make our return, we will catch the ferry over to Seattle and head back to the center. Trip includes escort and transportation. Admission ($3) and lunch at the tribe’s Clearwater Casino is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16769 July 2 Fee: $46 / RD $40 Classes: 1 8:45am-5pm Wed Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Tacoma Musical Playhouse: Young Frankenstein* It’s alive! From the creators of the record-breaking Broadway sensation The Producers comes this monster new musical comedy. Trip includes admission, escort and transportation. No meal stop. MUST REGISTER BY JULY 23. Age: 50Y and up 16775 Aug 2 Fee: $47 / RD $41 Classes: 1 12:45pm-4pm Sat Sequim Lavender Festival* Spend the day in calm, serene Sequim exploring the many lavender fields and quaint town during festival time. The drive itself is worth the trip! Trip includes escort & transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16772 July 19 Fee: $20 / RD $17 Classes: 1 8am-6pm Sat Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island** Check out Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island. Admire 150 acres of natural woodlands and beautifully landscaped gardens. We will take the ferry back to Seattle. Trip includes escort and transportation. Admission ($10) and lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16774 Aug 6 Fee: $29 / RD $25 Classes: 1 9am-5pm Wed Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Seattle Mariners vs. New York Mets* Join the WSASC and other seniors from across the state to see the Mariners take on the New York Mets. Seats are located in the Terrace Club where every spot has a fantastic view. Don’t miss out on a potential history-making game. Trip includes admission, escort & transportation. Lunch is on your own. MUST REGISTER BY 7/1. Age: 50Y and up 16771 July 23 Fee: $62 / RD $56 Classes: 1 11am-5pm Wed Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus 26 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Travel for Adults 50+ Mount Rainier* ’Oh, what a paradise!’ Visit Mount Rainier National Park’s main visitor center: the new Paradise Jackson Visitor Center. Trip includes admission, escort and transportation. Lunch at Paradise Inn or Paradise Camp Deli ($7-$12) is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16777 Aug 13 Fee: $29 / RD $25 Classes: 1 9am-5pm Wed Muckleshoot Casino* Join us as we head south for a little BINGO and gambling. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16768 Sept 3 Fee: $20 / RD $17 Classes: 1 9am-5pm Wed Wrinkle Ranch Retreat Overnighter** Five-star camping, filled with beautiful scenery and fun activities! Beautiful Falls Creek Retreat Center is located 35 miles west of Chehalis. The property includes 157 acres of forest meadow, park, streams and a beautiful waterfall. Trip includes transportation, lodging, meals, escort, activities and lots of fun! Age: 50Y and up Fee: $263 / RD $250 Classes: 3 16778 Sept 9-11 7:30am-5pm Tue-Thur Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Snoqualmie Falls Forest Theater: Fiddler on the Roof! Come enjoy a show beneath the beautiful trees while enjoying the fresh air. After the show you will enjoy a fabulous BBQ dinner! You have the choice of steak, salmon or chicken. Trip includes admission, escort, meal & transportation. MUST REGISTER BY AUGUST 8. Age: 50Y and up 16776 Aug 23 Fee: $58 / RD $50 Classes: 1 12:30pm-6:30pm Sat PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR TRIPS The Washington State Association of Senior Center’s (WSASC) EXTENDED TRAVEL OPPORTUNITIES for anyone who would like to see more of America and the world. Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus Autumn in New England Oct 1–7, 2014 The beautiful fall colors of New England are well known around the country. This 7-days trip includes visits to Boston, Salem, House of Seven Gables, Normal Rockwell Museum, Southern Vermont, Bennington, Vermont farm and country store and apple orchard, Wolfeboro Portland Head Light, Kennebunkport, and more. You’ll get 9 meals (6 breakfasts, 3 dinners— one of which is lobster!); flight, hotel transfers and stay, and guide. Washington, D.C. Apr 1–7, 2015 Explore America’s Capital this spring and see the beautiful cherry blossoms all over the city, as you tour the U.S. Capital Building, World War II Memorial, White House Visitor Center, Mount Vernon, Arlington National Cemetery, Smithsonian Institution, Baltimore, Annapolis Washington National Cathedral, Ford’s Theatre, and more. This 7-day trip includes 9 meals (6 breakfasts, 3 dinners), flight, hotel transfers and stay, and guide. Evergreen State Fair* Spend a glorious day exploring and getting ‘lost’ at the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe. Trip includes admission, escort & transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 16770 Aug 25 Fee: $23 / RD $20 Classes: 1 10am-5pm Mon Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus $2,479 double occupancy $2,479 double occupancy Cuba – Rediscovery and Cultural Exploration Oct 19–27, 2014 Take a never-before-seen-tour of Cuba, as we are guided through Trinidad, Cienfuegos, Havana, the Cuban Fine Arts Museum, Casa Fuster, and more! See pottery demonstrations and cigar making, while you eat, drink, and breathe Cuba on this 9 day tour of this newly “opened” country. This 9-day trip includes 19 meals (8 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 6 dinners), flight, hotel transfers and stay, and guide. Shades of Ireland March 8-17, 2015 Experience the Magic of the Emerald Isle, from vibrant and history-filled Dublin, across rolling green hills to the dramatic coast. Experience all of the charms of Ireland on this 10-day tour of the Emerald Isle. Live like royalty during an overnight stay on the grounds of a castle. Visit the new House of Waterford Crystal factory, the stunning 700-foot Cliffs of Moher, Blarney Castle and much more. This 10-day trip includes 13 meals (8 breakfasts, 5 dinners), flight, hotel transfers and stay, and guide. $4,649 double occupancy $3,249 double occupancy Info & registration: www.wsasc.org or call Sheri McConnaughey at 206.767.2321 RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 27 Adults 50+ Services & Programs At The Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW â€˘ 206.988.3700 Drop In Activities Pinochle Whist Bunco Wii Bowling Open Art Studio Tuesdays & Thursdays @ Noon Wednesdays @ Noon 3rd Monday of month @ 2:00pm Wednesdays @ 10:00am Wednesdays @ Noon Tuesdays @ 2:00pm Chelsea Room Chelsea Room Chelsea Room Eagle Landing Room Eagle Landing Room Lobby Membership Opportunities A membership offers you reduced fees on some programs, a bi-monthly activity newsletter mailed to your home, and an opportunity to financially support all of the Cityâ€™s senior programs. Your support is appreciated! Knitting Scholarships Available Thanks to the generosity of the Edith Trucks Trust Fund, reduced senior program fees are available for those 50 years and older. 28 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Adults 50+ Services & Programs Personal Services Appointments are required for these services available at the Community Center. Call early, since many services fill up weeks in advance. 206.988.3700 Foot Care Clinic Every Thursday, 9:00am–3:00pm $33 per person per visit, by appointment. Chair Massage Local and licensed massage therapist offers chair massages to ease the body of tension and stress symptoms. Donations start at $2 per 15-minutes. 2nd Wednesday of the month, July 9 and August 13, 10:00am–Noon. Call for appointments. Hearing Clinic Free ear checks and hearing screens by Highline Hearing Professionals. August 6, 10:00am. Call for appointment. Attorney Consultations Provided free-of-charge by local attorney Frank DeMarco. 3rd Thursday of the month, July 17. No appointments in August. Metro ORCA Bus Passes Apply for the Regional Reduced Fare Permit for Seniors &/or disabled citizens. 2nd Tuesday of every other month, 10:30am, July 8. Statewide Health Insurance Benefits (SHIBA) A free service that provides free, unbiased, and confidential assistance with Medicare and health care choices. 4th Wednesday of the month, 9:00am–12:00pm, July 23 and August 27. Free Blood Pressure Check Registered nurses will be available to provide free blood pressure checks. No appointments needed. 2nd Thursday of the month, 9am–2pm, June 12, July 10 and August 14. Social Services & Transportation These services are NOT available at the Community Center. Call the phone numbers below for assistance. Senior Information & Assistance The most comprehensive information available for local and regional senior services. 206.448.3110 Volunteer Drivers Needed If you’re interested in providing a few hours a week to drive the shuttle, call for more information. 206.748.7588 MEALS on WHEELS Delivery of free frozen microwavable meals to home bound seniors. 206.248.5680 Metro Bus Access A shared-ride van transportation service for seniors or disabled individuals who are unable to ride regular Metro buses. 206.205.5001 or 206.689.3113 Free Burien Shuttle Bus Rides The HYDE Shuttle Bus provides free weekday transportation for seniors or those with disabilities who need to get to and from their personal appointments. Take advantage of this wonderful service and schedule trips to the doctor, grocery store, or other nearby areas. 206.727.6262 Volunteer Transportation Get one-on-one service from a trained volunteer strictly for medical appointments, not limited to your local area. 206.448.5740 Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 29 Registration Information 3 WAYS TO REGISTER: Online at www.Register.BurienParks.net Walk In at 14700 6th Ave SW Call in at 206.988.3700 Program Locations • Pre-registration is required for all classes unless otherwise stated. • All fees are due at the time of registration. • No “on site” registration will be taken by instructors. • All classes/activities have a minimum and maximum enrollment. • Registration is required at least three (3) working days in advance to ensure class minimums are met. • There is a $25 service fee for all returned checks and declined credit cards. Burien Park Apts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 SW 148th St BCC Burien Community Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14700 6th Ave SW Cedarhurst Elementary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611 S 132nd St Chelsea Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 839 SW 137th St Community Center Annex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425 SW 144th St Dottie Harper House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 421 SW 146th St Evergreen Community Aquatic Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606 SW 116th, Seattle Green House Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 437 SW 144th St Glass Expression . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 648 SW 152nd Highline Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 S 156th St Highline High School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 S 152nd St Hazel Valley Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 402 SW 132nd St MAC Moshier Community Art Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 430 S 156th St Moshier Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 430 S 156th St Seahurst Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1600 SW Seahurst Dr SW Sylvester Middle School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16222 Sylvester Rd SW Town Square Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 480 SW 152nd St Burien Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Purpose is to enrich and inspire our community through quality experiences, people and places. We will promote a healthy, livable community with opportunities for physical activity as well as personal and cultural enrichment. To view these locations on your PC, visit www.bit.ly/BPclasslocs To view these locations on a smartphone, scan this QR Code: 30 | Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net Free Online Registration! Registration Information Satisfaction Guaranteed We wish to provide you with the highest-quality programs and services possible. 100% CREDIT will be issued if you are dissatisfied with the quality of your instructor or facility, please call 206.988.3700 prior to the 2nd class and we will issue you a full credit or process your Refund Request Form. Accessibility Individuals with or without disabilities may register for all programs offered by the City of Burien provided program safety requirements can be met. The Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department provides reasonable accommodation for people with disabilities. Please contact the Parks & Recreation office three (3) weeks in advance of the program start date to discuss accommodations. Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case by case basis. Photography and Video The City of Burien takes videotape or photographs of people enjoying our parks or facilities. Photographs may be used for promotional purposes and are used at the discretion of and become the property of the City of Burien. Should you not want photographs of your child utilized for publications or posted on our website and social media promotion, please let our staff or your instructor know. Refunds & Credits When appropriate, we will gladly refund or credit your class fee for these amounts: • 100%: When class is canceled by the Burien Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department due to insufficient enrollment OR when you request to withdraw from the class a minimum of 3 business days prior to the first class and accept a credit. • 100% (less a $5.00 processing fee): When you request to withdraw from the class a minimum of 3 business days prior to the first class and prefer a refund. No refunds will be issued if you request to withdraw from: • Programs costing $5.00 or less • One day program • Trip or Travel programs where admission was purchased in advance • Special Events • A scholarship was used to pay for a program Credits will be valid for one (1) calendar year. Refunds take approximately 3 weeks to process, and will not be issued from a credit. Medical illness or other extenuating circumstances will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Documentation of the circumstance may be requested. Inclement Weather Policy During periods of bad weather, radio stations will report school closures and changes in schedules. Please listen for the Highline School District report. You can find us at... Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166 Office Hours: Monday–Thursday, 8:30am–8:00pm Friday, 8:30am–5:00pm Saturday, 8:00am–12:00pm 1. SCHOOL CLOSED: All Burien Parks & Rec classes and programs are canceled. Canceled classes will be refunded. 2. SCHOOL OPEN/TWO HOUR LATE ARRIVAL: Burien Parks & Rec classes are as follows: • Classes held prior to 10:00am are canceled. • Classes held after 10:00am: call 206.988.3700 for updated information. Phone: 206.988.3700 FAX: 206.243.2784 Web site: www.BurienParks.net Email us: Parksinfo@burienwa.gov Holiday Closures Memorial Day. . . . . . . . Monday, May 26 Independence Day . . . . . . . Friday, July 4 3. EARLY RELEASE due to inclement weather: call 206.988.3700. PLEASE NOTE: During extended periods of inclement weather, some classes will continue to be canceled. Canceled classes will be listed on the 206.988.3700 after hour’s message line and at www.BurienParks.net. Disclaimer This Recreation Guide is a general schedule of programs, activities and events. Dates, times and locations are subject to change. For updated information, call 206.988.3700 or visit www.BurienParks.net Recreation Scholarship Program Scholarships are available for youth who are Burien residents and adults 50+ for Adult/Senior Programs. Call 206.988.3700 for scholarship information. RD =Resident Discount MD =Senior Program Membership Discount Register Now! 206.988.3700 or www.Register.BurienParks.net | 31 Burien Rental Facilities Indoor Facilities Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW Occupancy: Banquet Hall 200 Meeting Rooms 60 See details page 37! Instalaciones de Alquiler en Burien Outdoor Facilities PICNIC SHELTERS Seahurst Park 1600 SW Seahurst Dr SW See detailed rental information on next page. Dottie Harper House 421 SW 146th St Occupancy: 30 ATHLETIC FIELDS Moshier Memorial Park 430 S. 156th • Softball/Baseball Fields • Soccer Fields Chelsea Park 839 SW 136th • Youth Softball / Baseball Fields • Youth Soccer Field Burien Annex 425 SW 144th Occupancy: Varies 900 ft. square classrooms available for long-term use For Indoor or Outdoor Facilities, contact us at www.BurienParks.net or 206.988.3700 32 | www.BurienParks.net Instalaciones de Alquiler en Burien Burien Rental Facilities PICNIC SHELTERS & BEACHSIDE TABLES Currently not accepting reservation due to construction at the park. Call 206.988.3700 to be put on a interest list for possible dates in July–September. NEW SHELTER TIMES: Morning Half Day 8:30am–2:00pm Afternoon Half Day 3:00pm–8:00pm • Full Day 8:30am–8:00pm SEAHURST PARK North Shelter Times Half Day Full Day *RD Fee $55 $110 Fee $70 $115 # of people 75 Amenities 6 tables, 2 BBQs, water South Shelter Times Half Day Full Day *RD Fee $75 $125 Fee $90 $145 # of people 100 Amenities 5 tables, 3 BBQs, water PLEASE NOTE Seahurst Park may be closed for the seawall removal. Call 206.988.3700 for up to date information. We apologize for the inconvenience. South Shelter w / beachside tables ( tables 3 and /or 4) Times Half Day Full Day Half Day Full Day *RD Fee $85 $135 $95 $145 Fee $100 $155 $110 $165 # of people 108 116 Amenities 6 tables, 3 BBQs, water 7 tables, 5 BBQs, water South Beachside Group 1 Times Half Day Full Day *RD Fee $20 $40 Fee $25 $50 # of people 16 Amenities 2 tables, 1 BBQ South Beachside Group 2 Times Half Day Full Day *RD Fee $30 $60 Fee $35 $70 # of people 24 Amenities 3 tables, 2 BBQs South Beachside Table 5, 6, or 7 Times Half Day Full Day *RD Fee $10 per table $20 per table Fee $15 per table $30 per table # of people 8 per table Amenities 1 table, 1 BBQ per table *RD: Resident Discount To rent shelters or picnic tables visit www.Register.BurienParks.net or call 206.988.3700 www.BurienParks.net | 33 Parks & Facilities ea / T ab le s ur t e l te r l l Co s e que ro om i c Sh Toy B a sk etba Parques e Instalacions B eac h elds a i ls si b le ADA Acce s rt ure i ls P av e d Tra s Co u a te r Feat rk ic Ar e Pa S al t w Acre a Wat er Tenn i B ar b Arbor Lake Park 12380 2nd Ave S, 98168 Community Center Annex 425 SW 144th St, 98166 Community Center Annex Park 14549 4th Ave SW, 98166 Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW Chelsea Park 839 SW 136th St, 98166 Des Moines Memorial Park 15623 Des Moines Memorial Dr, 98148 Dottie Harper Park 421 SW 146th St, 98166 Eagle Landing Park 14641 25th Ave SW, 98166 Green House / Community Garden 437 SW 144th St, 98166 Hazel Valley Park 251 SW 126th St, 98146 Hilltop Park 2600 S 128th St, 98168 Jacob Ambaum Park 12621 Ambaum Blvd SW, 98146 Lake Burien School Memorial Park 14640 18th Ave SW, 98166 Lakeview Park* 442 SW 160th St, 98166 Linde Hill Park (141st St Pond) 651 SW 141st St, 98166 Manhattan School Playground Park* 18386 4th Ave S, 98148 Mathison Park 533 S 146th St, 98168 Moshier (William E) Memorial Park & Moshier Art Center 430 S 156th St, 98148 Puget Sound Park 135 SW 126th St, 98146 Salmon Creek Park 700 SW 118th St, 98146 Salmon Creek Ravine Park 12540 Shorewood Dr SW, 98146 Seahurst (Ed Munro) Park 1600 SW Seahurst Park Rd, 98166 Shorewood Park 11830 28th Ave SW, 98146 Southern Heights Park* 12025 14th Ave S, 98168 Town Square Park 480 SW 152nd St, 98166 Triangle Park 15345 Ambaum Blvd SW, 98166 8.54 4.8 3.0 .01 3.9 6.21 .75 2.86 7.36 1.04 4.6 2.8 1.0 1.0 5.3 15.2 5 4.58 87.77 182.5 3.4 3.27 1.0 .10 34 | www.BurienParks.net Pi c n Pi c n Sk a t Sp o r G r av Re s t Play el Tr t s Fi ge EM A RG SW 107TH ST 8TH AVE S SW 106 TH ST BEACH 35 TH AVE S SW 108TH ST SW Parks & Facilities INA S AY LW MILITARY 4TH AVE SW O LA 5 TH AVE S 16 TH AVE SW DR S 112TH ST GL EN SE 28TH AVE SW 12TH AVE SW 16TH AVE S Shorewood Park 2 12 N D 21ST AVE SW SW 118TH AVE Salmon Creek Park S 112TH ST LE DA RD S S 116 TH ST YS WA TU K W PL 2 12 N D SW Jacob Ambaum Park 24TH AVE S SW ST Salmon Creek Ravine OO DD R Hazel Valley SW 126 Park 4TH AVE SW SW 124TH ST S 124 TH TH ST ST Arbor Lake Park S 120TH ST S 120 TH ST 2ND AVE S IL A Southern Heights Park S 128TH ST 8TH AVE S Hilltop Park INT ER N SH OR EW N AT IO TH SW 130 TH ST SW 128 ST Puget Sound Park AL VD BL 8TH AVE SW 1ST AVE S Linde Hill Park 6 AVE SW TH 24TH AVE S Seahurst (Ed Munro) Park E SW TH AV 13 Chelsea Park SW 136TH ST S 133 RD ST MIL S 136 TH ST ITA R RY S 142 ND ST DS 14TH AVE SW 25 TH AVE SW 12TH AVE SW Eagle Landing Park Burien Community Center S 148TH ST The Annex Dottie Harper Park Town Square Park S 156 TH ST S 144TH ST S 146 TH ST S 144 TH ST Lake Burien School Memorial Park SW 152 ND ST Mathison Park S 152 ND ST S 154TH ST S 154TH ST AM BAU MB LVD SW Moshier Park RD S 160 TH ST DA V E SW 21ST AVE SW GO 19 TH AVE SW 16 TH AVE SW 14TH AVE SW SW CA R ERN LV E S 168TH ST S VD AMBAUM BL SY 4TH AVE SW SW DES MOIN 172 ND ST SW 171ST ST ES M E I NT M MORIA L DR IEW EV RIN MA SW DR S 170 ST 1ST AVE S S 176 TH ST INTERNATIONAL BLVD SW S HORE M O NT AVE SW NO A RM R NDY D 2 ND AVE Manhattan School Park S 186TH ST S 4 TH AVE SW S 18 8T H 4TH AVE S 8 TH AVE S ST AN NO RM DR W DY S S 192 ND ST 16 TH AVE S PAR K www.BurienParks.net | 35 34TH AVE S ST L AP R S AIR E ATI O IL EW RD NA Indian Trail SW 160 TH ST Lakeview Park LB LVD SW 159 TH ST SW 156TH ST INE VIEW MA R DR SW L OV E YO U R Join the laughter and fun on swings, climbers, slides, and other play toys at these nearby parks: North Burien Arbor Lake Park 12380 2nd Ave South Jacob Ambaum Park 12621 Ambaum Blvd. SW Puget Sound Park 135 SW 126th Street South Burien Lakeview Park 442 SW 160th Street Manhattan School Park 18386 4th Ave South Keep Burien’s parks and natural habitats as healthy as possible! Volunteers are needed to get involved and help maintain our city parks, trails, and open spaces. You can choose to: • Join a one-time pre-scheduled activity • Organize your group for a project • Take care of a specific park throughout the year Central Burien Chelsea Park 839 SW 136th Street Dottie Harper Park 421 SW 146th Street Lake Burien School Park 14640 18th Ave SW Mathison Park 18386 4th Ave South Contact Lisa Aumann at Lisaa@burienwa.gov or call 206.988.3700 for more information. TEER VOLUN UNITY T OPPOR Sustainable Burien is a grassroots organization started in 2008 that promotes and participates in creating a sustainable local community. Residents and businesses are invited to participate by sharing ideas, passions, knowledge, and talents. Monthly Meetings 2nd Sunday of the month, 2:00pm–4:00pm* Burien Library, at 4th Ave SW & SW 152nd St *To receive e-mail notices and confirm monthly meetings e-mail email@example.com www.sustainableburien.org 36 | www.BurienParks.net A Center For All Occasions Un Centro para Eventos con la Familia I f there is a special occasion in your future, the Burien Community Center will be ready to serve you and your guests. Reservations are currently being taken from 3–12 months in advance. Hourly rates of $35–$100 according to event, room, time, and dates. The Burien Community Center Seahurst Room will accommodate up to 200 people and includes an on-site kitchenette. Four smaller meeting rooms can accommodate up to 60 people. For additional information or to inquire about rental dates please contact us at 206.988.3700 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.BurienParks.net. Book this great facility for… Wedding Receptions Reunions Retirement Parties Dances Corporate Parties Baptisms Birthday Parties Baby Showers …and much more! Climbing & Tumbling, Playground & Zoom Zoom Play Zone PACKAGES ASK US ABOUT OUR You Bring the Party, We Bring the Fun! Burien Community Center 14700 6th AVE SW • 206.988.3700 • email@example.com www.BurienParks.net 37 More Summer Happenings FARMERS MARKET MAY 1-OCTOBER 23 Thursdays, 11am–6pm Burien Town Square 5th and 152nd www.DiscoverBurien.com Free Library Kids’ Performances Burien Library TUESDAYS at 11am *unless otherwise noted 400 SW 152nd St, Burien www.kcls.org/burien • 206.243.3490 WEDNESDAYS at 6:30pm *unless otherwise noted BURIEN BIKE DAY MAY 16, 6am–9:30am Burien Town Square Park 5th and 152nd www.WabiBurien.org JUNE 24 JULY 2 We All Need the Sun: A Light-Hearted Musical Romp INTERACTIVE ADVENTURE with ELI ROSENBLATT Sponsored by Burien Library Guild Bubbles, Volcanoes & Rocket Balloons Workshop DEBBIE HANSEN, THE SCIENCE LADY Sponsored by Burien Library Guild JULY 9 JULY 15 Mad About Science Show MAD SCIENCE Sponsored by Burien Library Guild Sing a Song of Science NANCY STEWART Wednesday, 11am* HIGHLINE GARDEN TOUR JUNE 14, 10am–4pm www.highlinehistory.org See Page 20 JULY 16 JULY 22 REGISTRATION REQUIRED Yes, It Is Rocket Science! MUSEUM of FLIGHT 10:30am and Noon* The Day Zero Left Dodge, The Musical LAST LEAF THEATER PRODUCTIONS Sponsored by Burien Library Guild JULY 30 REGISTRATION REQUIRED AUGUST 6 INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE JULY 4, 3pm start Downtown Burien www.SWKCC.org We Learn, We Build, We Play Bricks4Kidz *Wednesday, 10:30am and Noon* Insect Safari DON EHLEN AUGUST 5 Gravity Catastrophe Show ALEX ZERBE Boulevard Park Library JUNE 26, Thursday, 2pm 12015 Roseberg Ave. S, Burien www.kcls.org/boulevardpark • 206.242.8662 Geology Rocks BURKE MUSEUM Sponsored by Burien Library Guild REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR PROGRAMS BELOW 206.242.8662 or www.kcls.org/programs JUNE 28, Saturday, 11am JULY 15, Tuesday, 6:30pm Marble Madness Science Workshop JULY 3-AUGUST 7, Thursdays, 11am Candy Experiments Workshop LORALEE LEAVITT Kid’s Choice Film Fest Sponsored by Burien Library Guild JULY 19, Saturday, 2pm Build A Robot Puppet CHERYL HADLEY JULY 12, Saturday, 11am Science Magic Show JEFF EVANS AUGUST 2, Saturday, 2pm Kitchen Science Workshop KidsQuest CHILDREN’S MUSEUM AUGUST 9, Saturday, 2pm We Learn, We Build, We Play Bricks4Kidz 38 | www.Register.BurienParks.net Escena Juventud Verano Para adolescentes que entran a los años escolares 6 a 9 Goza de excursiones diarias emocionantes • Aprende cualidades de líder • Haz nuevas y duraderas amistades C INSCRÍBASE YA PAR A LOS ENTOS DE DÍA EN VER AN O AMPAM Campamento Para jóvenes que entran a los años escolares 1 a 5 Artes • Natación • Ciencias • Baile • Excursiones, ¡y mucho más! ¡Pases De Natación Familiares Ahora Disponibles Gratis! Las familias de bajos ingresos que califican para el almuerzo gratuito o a precio reducido y viven en la Ciudad de Burien ahora pueden recibir pases de natación familiares GRATIS para el Evergreen Community Aquatic Center (Centro Acuático Comunitario Evergreen). Los pases incluyen la admisión a la sesión abierta y a natación libre. Puede obtener su pase en el Centro Comunitario de Burien, 14700, 6th Ave SW. Craz Para más información: 206.988.3700 Becas del 50% Disponibles Para Estudiantes Que Califican Para El Almuerzo Gratuito o a Precio Reducido Vea la página 13 para más información sobre los campamentos de verano. Festivales Y Música Gratis En El Verano DE LA FRESA El 14 y 15 de junio en la plaza Town Square, en el centro de Burien FESTIVAL Conciertos en los Parques Los miércoles en la noche, del 16 de julio al 6 de agosto, en el North SeaTac Park Los jueves en la noche, del 10 de julio al 14 de agosto, en el Lake Burien School Park Ver la pagina 3 Ver la página 4 39 City of Burien 14700 6th Ave SW Burien, WA 98166 PRSRT STD US Postage PAID Permit #5859 Seattle, WA FREE Family Swim Passes Now Available! Low-income families who qualify for free/reduced lunches and live within Burien city limits can now receive FREE Family Swim Passes for the Evergreen Community Aquatic Center. Â Passes are good for Open and Lap Swims.Â Pick up your pass at the Burien Community Center 14700, 6th Ave SW Information: 206.988.3700 K R A P Y A R SP e r a u q Tow n S 0 pm m to 9 : 0 l y 9:00aStarting June 1st O p e n Da i