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Fall 2017



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New Tae Kwon Do Classes page 7

Laughter is No Joke page 21 Raingarden Workshops page 5


FALL 2017

Registration Information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Families & All Ages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Parent & Child. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Preschool. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Free KCLS Library Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Youth. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Teen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Specialized Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Adult Art. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Adult Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Adult Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Travel for 50+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Adults 50+ Services & Programs . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Seahurst Shelter Rentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Park Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Performing Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Community Center Rental Information. . . . . . . 37

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. ¿NO HABLA INGLÉS? Ver las pagina 39.

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR LOW INCOME YOUTH > Pay 50% less than the listed fee if your family qualifies for free/reduced lunches > Must be a Burien resident

> Call 206.988.3700 for information Cover Photo: Courtesy of Michal Brunk. Arts-a-Glow



Festival de Internas y Procesion!

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Dottie Harper Park 421 SW 146th

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Lantern Making Artist Installations Face Painting Music, Performers Food Trucks …and more!



Celebrate the tradition of honoring and remembering our ancestors and families.

Arts & Crafts

Altars & Offerings Traditional Music

Dance & Food

Stories & More!

6:00-9:00PM Artwork by (arte por) Nancy Salguero McKay


Ven a celebrar la tradición de honrar a nuestros antepasados y familias.

Artes y Artesanías

Altares y Ofrendas Música Tradicional

Danza y Comida

Cuentos y Mucho Más!

Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW WWW.BURIENWA.GOV/DDLM 206-988-3700

FAMILY & ALL AGES INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEANUP Sat., September 16, 10:00 am–noon After-Hours

Free with ESC

Moonlight Beach Walk

Toddler Time

Sat., December 2 8:00pm–10:00pm

Wednesdays 10:30–11:30am

Come to the beach when tides and lights are out! Join the Environmental Science Center, beach naturalists and fellow Puget Sound enthusiasts to see marine animals in a whole new light—your FLASHLIGHT!

at Environmental Science Center*

Bring hats, gloves, wading boots, and flashlight.

Rain Garden Workshops

*Last Wednesday of the month at Burien Library

An Environmental Science Center naturalist will share the natural wonders of our area with toddlers through story time, song, science activities and crafts. // 206.248.4266 2220 SW Seahurst Park Rd

Do you… Want to minimize flooding on your property? Love gardening? Care about the environment? Enjoy beautifying Burien with your family and friends? Then please join our Rain Garden “Learn and Do” Workshops, Phase 2 & 3 PHASE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 10:00 AM

Rain Garden Learning: Design, Sizing, Excavation, and Piping. Course #20246


Rain Garden Learning: Plant Selection, Technique, and Planting. Course #20247

Register today at These workshops are hosted by Burien homeowners. To protect the privacy of the homeowners, workshop locations will be emailed out to registered participants two weeks prior to events.

ATTENDEES WILL RECEIVE: Light breakfast and coffee Raffle tickets

Evergreen Community Pool is a > Public Swims beautiful facility located next to the > Lessons for all Evergreen High School campus and ages athletic field complex at the south > Water Exercise end of White Center. > Family Swims 606 SW 116th St. Seattle > Lap Swims 206.588.2297 > KING Aquatics Club

See Page 22 for new swim classes RD=Resident Discount

A training certificate awarded by City of Burien and DIRTCorps

Questions? Contact Mary at or 206-248-5511. For more information, please visit waterschool.


The Burien Residential Rain Garden Pilot Program works with Burien residents to manage stormwater pollution on private property in low income neighborhoods, as well as increase community knowledge about building rain gardens and their positive effect on the environment through hands-on learning. Support for this project is provided in part by the Puget Sound Stewardship and Mitigation Fund, a grantmaking fund created by the Puget Soundkeeper Alliance and administered by the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment.

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Burien Walks & Stays Healthy! LOCAL WALKING PATHS & TRAILS

Caminos y Senderos Peatonales en los Vecindarios 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!


Gravel surface & minimal distance Hazel Valley Park

251 SW 126th • .25 mile paved

Lake Burien School Park

14640 18th Ave SW • .25 mile flat gravel loop

Lakeview Park

422 SW 160th • .20 mile gravel loop

Miller Creek Trail

14455 Des Moines Memorial Dr • .5 mile paved

Puget Sound Park

135 SW 126th Street • .5 mile cinder track

Sylvester Middle School Track

1st Sunday of every month at 2:00pm

16222 Sylvester Rd SW • .25 mile track


Non-gravel surface, more distance, & some inclines Mathison Park

533 S 146th • .25 mile loop trail

Salmon Creek Ravine

3rd Wednesday of the month, times may vary

12540 Shorewood Dr SW • 1.9 miles of trails


Each month’s meet-up location and walking route will be posted on WABI website a few days before the walk. Walks go rain or shine.


Longer distance, steep inclines, and/or uneven surfaces Seahurst Park

1600 SW Seahurst Dr SW

Nature Trail: .75 mile Service Road Trail: 1.15 miles North Shoreline Trail: .4 mile South Shoreline Trail: .3 mile


Free Online Registration!

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Learn self-defense, get a great workout, and have lots of fun! This class teaches non-contact (traditional) Tae Kwon Do and focuses on these 5 tenets: courtesy, integrity, perseverance, self control, and indomitable spirit, in class and in daily life. Tae Kwon Do will help you increase your confidence, flexibility, balance, strength, and control of your body. Families are strongly encouraged to train together. Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move. Uniform and testing fees are additional. No class 11/23. Age: 6Y and up Fee: $111 / RD $105 Classes: 21 20275 Oct 3-Dec 14 6:00pm–7:00pm Tue, Thur BCC Manhattan Room


Instructor: Dustin Dacuan

Beginning Karate for NEW Students

Dance with Me

REGISTER EARLY...This popular class fills quickly! Learn the basics of blocking, striking, kicking, self-defense, and more. Uniforms and a Seattle Tang Soo Do $40 Association membership fee are required after 5 weeks of this session. No class 11/22. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $121 / RD $115 Classes: 23 20111 Sep 25–Dec 13 6:00pm–7:00pm Mon, Wed BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Paul Miller

Beginning Karate for CONTINUING Students

This is a continuation of the Beginning class for returning White Belt students. No class 11/22. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $121 / RD $115 Classes: 23 20114 Sep 25–Dec 13 6:00pm–7:00pm Mon, Wed BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Paul Miller

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 11/22.

Tues & Thur 10am-12pm 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 ride-ontoys, tumbling mats, playground equipment and plenty more.

Tot Spot returns September 26 Age: Crawlers to 5 year old

Drop In: $2 per child (cash only) Punch Card: $20 for 10 visits (Visa, MC, cash or check)

Have fun with your child while enhancing the mind body connection through the Brain Dance and use of nursery rhymes, movement games, props and more. In this class we will explore the elements of dance to a variety of music styles. Both parents and caregivers are welcome. Age: 2Y–4Y Fee: $56 / RD $48 Classes: 6 20138 Sep 20–Oct 25 11:00am–11:45am Wed 20139 Nov 8–Dec 13 11:00am–11:45pm Wed BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: New City Dance Co

SOCCER Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer

Introduce 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 skills and socialization skills. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer, parents are part of the action, not watching from the sidelines! All kids receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! No class 11/23.

Age: 8Y and up Fee: $121 / RD $115 Classes: 23 20113 Sep 25–Dec 13 7:00pm–8:00pm Mon, Wed

Age: 2Y–3Y Fee: $84 / RD $80 Classes: 6 20101 Sep 14–Oct 19 5:45pm–6:15pm Thur

BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Lake Burien Park 20102 Nov 2–Dec 14

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer 5:00pm–5:30pm Thur

Cedarhurst Elem. Gym

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

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 11/22. Age: 8Y and up Fee: $121 / RD $115 Classes: 23 20112 Sep 25–Dec 13 7:00pm–8:00pm Mon, Wed BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Paul Miller



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. No class 11/23. Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $56 / RD $48 Classes: 6 20132 Sep 20–Oct 25 10:00am–10:45am Wed 20133 Nov 8–Dec 13 10:00am–10:45am Wed 20136 Sep 21–Oct 26 4:00pm–4:45pm Thur 20137 Nov 9–Dec 21 4:00pm–4:45pm Thur BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: New City Dance Co


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. No class 11/22. Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $56 / RD $48 Classes: 6 20134 Sep 20–Oct 25 4:30pm–5:15pm Wed 20135 Nov 8–Dec 20 4:30pm–5:15pm Wed BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: New City Dance Co

SPORTS Tot Soccer

Little Hoopers

Age: 3½Y–4Y Fee: $84 / RD $80 Classes: 6 20103 Sep 14–Oct 19 4:15pm–4:50pm Thur

Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $40 / RD $34 20126 Nov 13–Dec 11 3:30pm–4:15pm

Lake Burien Park 20105 Nov 2–Dec 14

BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like the big kids! Encourages large motor skill development through fun soccer games and introduces small children to the group setting. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. No class 11/23.

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer 5:40pm–6:15pm Thur

Cedarhurst Elementary Gym Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

Pre Soccer

Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age appropriate environment. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. No class 11/23. Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $84 / RD $80 Classes: 6 20104 Sep 14–Oct 19 4:15pm–4:50pm Thur Lake Burien Park 20106 Nov 2–Dec 14

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer 5:40pm–6:15pm Thur

Introduce your children to basketball in this fun program specific for preschoolers! Children ages 3-5 learn the basics of basketball in a fun, kid friendly environment. Parents can participate with their children or watch from the sidelines as they learn to dribble, pass, shoot and more!

Instructor: D’Mario Davis

Preschool Sport Skills

Children will get an introduction to basketball, flag football, soccer, and tumbling. They will practice listening skills, how to follow directions and improve their eye-to-hand coordination, balance and muscle control. Perfect for building confidence, making new friends, and learning the importance of teamwork! Age: 3Y–5Y Fee: $40 / RD $34 Classes: 5 20118 Oct 2–30 4:30pm–5:15pm Mon 20119 Nov 13–Dec 11 4:30pm–5:15pm Mon BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: D’Mario Davis

Cedarhurst Elementary Gym Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

PRESCHOOL 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.



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Classes: 5 Mon

Free Online Registration!

Burien Co-op Preschool

Experience the power of PLAY with your child in a developmentally appropriate cooperative preschool. Program meets September to May.


Day Programs FIREFLIES 1’s Wednesdays 9:45–11:15am $40/month + $13.80 quarter

OTTERS 3’s Tue/Wed/Thur 9:30–11:30am $112/month + $41.50 quarter

DRAGONFLIES 2’s ORCAS 4’s Wed/Thurs Tue/Wed/Thur 9:45–11:45am 12:15–2:45pm $77/month + $121/month + $27.80 quarter $41.50 quarter Students must meet age requirement by August 31 of current school year.

Community Center Annex 425 SW 144th St • Registration fee: $50

Adventure Pals

Join us in Burien for a fun, parent/ child playgroup for children ages 24–36 Months. Enjoy time together singing, learning, and getting messy in an inclusive playgroup led by an Early Childhood Specialist. Children will develop friendships with a variety of peers, including peers with special needs.

Kids’ Activities & Performances BURIEN LIBRARY 400 SW 152nd St • 206.243.3490

Preschool Story Time

Family Story Time

No Story Time on October 16 or November 20 Ages 3 to 6 with adult. Come have fun with

No Story Time on October 17 or November 21 All ages welcome. Bring the whole family

Mondays, 11:00am September 11 – December 18

Tuesdays, 6:30pm September 12 – December 19

engaging books, songs and activities that build early learning skills.

to this fun evening story time that includes books, rhymes, songs and a simple craft.

Toddler Story Time

Spanish Story Time/ Cuentos en Español

Tuesdays, 11:00am September 12 – December 19 No Story Time on October 17 or November 21 NEW AGE RANGE! Ages 1 to 3 with adult.

Come for early learning fun! We’ll share stories, songs and movement just right for busy toddlers. Play time follows story time.

Infant Story Time with Stay and Play

Tuesdays, Noon September 12 – December 19 No Story Time on October 17 or November 21 Ages newborn to 12 months with adult.

This lapsit program for pre-walkers includes fun books, songs and body movement. Caregivers participate with babies seated in their lap. Play time follows story time.

Thursdays, 6:30pm September 14 – December 21

No Story Time on November 23 All ages welcome. Enjoy stories, songs and

games in Spanish and English. ¡Todos son bienvenidos! Vengan y disfruten de cuentos, canciones y juegos en español e ingles.

Toddler Science Story Time & Play Hour

Wednesdays, 10:30am September 27, October 25, November 29, December 27

Ages 2 to 3 with adult. Join us at the Burien Library on the last Wednesday of the month for a Science Story Time combining books, songs and play time. Presented in coordination with Seahurst Park Environmental Science Center.

Classes Held on MONDAYS

»» Classes run in 7-9 week sessions »» You may register for the morning OR the mid-day class »» Registration opens 2 weeks prior to the start of each session »» Registration forms and payment in full are due prior to the start of each session

For session dates and information, call Children’s Therapy Center in Burien, 253-216-0720.





For most youth 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.

DANCE 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.

ART Kid’s Clay

Pinch, roll, coil, and paint your original artwork in this fun and messy class. Learn all the basics of handbuilding each week as you learn a different way to play with clay! Complete your one-ofa-kind pieces with colorful slips and glazes. All supplies provided. Age: 6Y–10Y Fee: $100 / RD $96 Classes: 8 20070 Sep 26–Nov 14 4:00pm–5:30pm Tue MAC Handbuilding Room

Instructor: Pamela Fredback

Adventures in Art

Explore the world of art through painting, drawing, printmaking, clay and more. Your young artist will learn color mixing, design principles and construction while making work that expresses a sense of adventure. This is wonderful, messy fun, so please dress accordingly! Returning students welcome. All supplies provided. Age: 7Y–11Y Fee: $100 / RD $96 Classes: 8 20072 Sep 28–Nov 16 4:30pm–6:00pm Thur MAC Multipurpose Room

Instructor: Shari Kaufman

Age: 7Y–11Y Fee: $54 / RD $48 Classes: 8 20149 Oct 16–Dec 4 5:00pm–5:45pm Mon BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: Vladimir Roca

COOKING Youth Creative Cooking

Cook up a tasty Halloween meal. $12 supply fee due to instructor at time of class. Age: 6Y–11Y 20144 Oct 14 DHH Down Stairs

Fee: $12 / RD $10 Classes: 1 10:00am–12:00pm Sat Instructor: Patricia Charboneau

Let’s have fun and play with our food! Learn how to cook up some yummy Thanksgiving dishes. $12 supply fee due to instructor on day of class. Age: 6Y–11Y 20145 Nov 4 DHH Down Stairs

Fee: $12 / RD $10 Classes: 1 10:00am–12:00pm Sat Instructor: Patricia Charboneau

Tis the season for yummy sweets. Let’s do some baking! $12 supply fee to instructor due on day of class. Age: 6Y–11Y 20146 Dec 9 DHH Down Stairs

Fee: $12 / RD $10 Classes: 1 10:00am–12:00pm Sat Instructor: Patricia Charboneau

ART WORKSHOPS Sewing: Stuffed Animals

Make a fun and easy stuffed animal using a sewing machine and hand sewing skills to create your own version of a bear, cat, dog, owl, bunny or other imaginary critter. All materials and sewing machines provided. Age: 9Y–13Y 20073 Oct 7

Fee: $29 / RD $27 10:00am–12:00pm

MAC Multipurpose Room

Classes: 1 Sat

Instr: Debbie Thoma


Please call 206.988.3700 for information.



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Kid’s Clay Workshop: Ornaments

Decorate the holidays with one-of-akind ornaments made by you! Using basic handbuilding techniques, your child will create 5 beautiful handmade ornaments to give as gifts or decorate your home for the winter holidays. Complete your creations on the second week with colorful glazes. Age: 6Y–10Y Fee: $37 / RD$35 Classes: 2 20071 Oct 28–Nov 4 10:00am–11:30am Sat MAC Handbuilding Room Instr: Pamela Fredback

Free Online Registration!

YOUTH SPORTS Basketball Basics


This class will focus on basketball skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting, running/agility as well as basic rules of the game. Children will learn training and conditioning as well as teamwork and sportsmanship. Children should be prepared to have fun and wear comfortable clothes and appropriate sports shoes. No class 11/20. Age: 5Y–7Y Fee: $45 / RD $40 Classes: 8 20129 Oct 16–Dec 11 6:00pm–6:45pm Mon

LIFE SKILLS Youth Babysitters Training

Boys and Girls, come for a few days of fun while earning your Babysitters Certificate. This class will cover leadership and the business of babysitting, basic care for children, understanding children of different age groups, safety and first aid. Age: 11Y–16Y Fee: $62 / RD $57 Classes: 3 20245 Oct 9–23 5:00 pm–7:00pm Mon BCC Eagle Landing Room

Instructor: Gaylynn Smith

FITNESS Youth Yoga

This is a beginners yoga class that is structured around stretch, strength & breath. Designed to incorporate awareness of self, inner quiet and focus. It will also be challenging and fun, so get ready to move! Your own Yoga mat is optional. Bring a water bottle. Age: 7Y–12Y Fee: $52 / RD $45 Classes: 6 20110 Oct 23–Nov 27 6:00pm–6:45pm Mon BCC Hilltop Room

Instructor: Damithia Nieves

Sylvester Middle School Gym

Instructor: D’Mario Davis

Level Up–Basketball Training

This class is an excellent opportunity for children to learn or improve on basketball skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting, running/agility as well as basic rules of the game. Children will learn training and conditioning as well as teamwork and sportsmanship. Children should be prepared to have fun and wear comfortable clothes and appropriate sports shoes. No class 11/20. Age: 7Y–10Y Fee: $45 / RD $40 Classes: 8 20130 Oct 16–Dec 11 7:00pm–7:45pm Mon Sylvester Middle School Gym

Instructor: D’Mario Davis

Youth Dodgeball

Are you great at team sports? Love to have fun? Join us for some dodgeball! This class will work on technique, rules of the game, and a little strategy. Bring a water bottle. No class 11/23. Age: 7Y–11Y Fee: $46 / RD $40 Classes: 5 20142 Oct 5–Nov 2 5:00pm–5:45pm Thur Location: Gregory Heights Gym

Instr: D’Mario Davis

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Ages: 4–18 yrs • March–June and Fall • 206.243.9229

TEE-BALL AND COACH PITCH LEAGUES Des Moines Parks and Recreation Ages: 3–5 yrs for Tee-Ball; 6–8 yrs for Coach Pitch • January–May • 206.870.6527


Des Moines Parks and Recreation Grades: 5–6 boys; 7–8 boys and (separate) girls; 9–10 boys • December–February • 206.870.6527


Grades: 7–12 • Spring Register as a player or a team • 206.436.1910


Ages: 7–14 yrs • Spring • 206.824.4018


Grades: 1st–8th, Kindergarteners can play if they play up with 1st & 2nd graders • Aug–Nov 253.777.5243


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


Players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and defense. Fun skill games are played at every session and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Perfect for first time players while being fun and engaging for kids with some experience. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. No class 11/23. Age: 5Y–6Y Fee: $84 / RD $80 Classes: 6 20107 Sep 14–Oct 19 4:50pm–5:35pm Thur Lake Burien Park 20109 Nov 2–Dec 14

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer 6:15pm–7:00pm Thur

Cedarhurst Elem. Gym

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

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 • 206.870.6527



USA Wrestling, guided by the Olympic Spirit, provides quality opportunities for its members Ages: For boys/girls, 4–18 • March 2–May 4, Thur & Fri, 5–6:30pm Must have a current membership card to participate. Purchase on:, Club is Lancers. Questions: Coach Domingo Gomez at or Perry Sampley at 206.940.4384

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Join your friends in squishing and wedging the clay and having fun learning the basics of throwing on the potter’s wheel. We’ll work on wedging, centering, pulling a cylinder, trimming and glazing. You may also add birds or small animal sculptures to enhance your wheelthrown creations. Sign up with a friend! Returning students welcome. All supplies are included. Age: 11Y–17Y Fee: $105 / RD $99 Classes: 7 20074 Oct 2–Nov 13 4:30pm–6:00pm Mon MAC Throwing Room

Instructor: Janet Crawley

Sylvester Middle School


For 7th & 8th Grade Sylvester Students

Healthy Snacks

Beginning September 19:

Tuesday–Thursday 2:45–5:30pm Fridays 1:15–4:30pm

Recreation Activities

For details contact: or call 206.988.3708

Highline After-School Program I N DE C A

Friday Nights

Tuesday–Thursday 2:05–5:00pm

8:00 –11:00pm

Grades: 7th –12th Sylvester Middle School 1622 2 Sylvester Rd SW

For details contact: or call 206.988.3708

Enrichment • Games Healthy • Snacks Recreation

Join us on Friday nights for games, basketball, football, soccer, Wii, arts & crafts, food and so much more!

Must Show ID



First Late Night: September 22


Participant Info

Rhythm & Rhyme

The beat goes on and we found it! Join us in our rockin’ and rollin’ rhythmic fun. Drumming may never be the same again! Welcome to all abilities & all rhythms! No class 11/29.

Inclusion As with all programs Burien

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services provides, Special Recreation programs are inclusive for anyone interested in participating in these classes. 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.

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.

Age: 10Y and up Fee: $42 / RD $39 Classes: 6 20063 Sep 20–Oct 25 1:30pm–3:00pm Wed 20122 Nov 1–Dec 13 1:30pm–3:00pm Wed MAC Multipurpose Room

Instructor: Shariana Mundi

Studio Art Art Escape: Tuesdays

Explore the basic building blocks of art through paint, clay, collage and more! For the artist in everyone looking for an inclusive fun and open place to create. All supplies provided. No class 11/28. Age: 10Y and up Fee: $63 / RD $60 Classes: 6 20066 Sep 19–Oct 24 10:00am–12:00pm Tue 20067 Oct 31–Dec 12 10:00am–12:00pm Tue MAC Multipurpose Room

Instructor: Shariana Mundi

An art studio for artists with untapped and diverse abilities. Come and work on your own ideas & projects with mentoring and coaching to assist in further developing your skills and portfolio. Work from imagination, pictures and still life. All art supplies provided. Please bring your lunch. Instructor approval needed. No class 11/23 & 11/30. Age: 12Y and up Fee: $123 / RD $117 Classes: 6 20068 Sep 14–Oct 19 11:00am–2:00pm Thur 20069 Oct 26–Dec 14 11:00am–2:00pm Thur MAC Multipurpose Room

Instructor: Shariana Mundi

Art Escape: Wednesdays

Explore the basic building blocks of art through paint, clay, collage and more! For the artist in everyone looking for an inclusive fun and open place to create. All supplies provided. No class 11/29.

Participants must provide their own transportation and attendant if necessary.

Age: 10Y and up Fee: $63 / RD $60 Classes: 6 20062 Sep 20–Oct 25 10:00am–12:00pm Wed 20064 Nov 1–Dec 13 10:00am–12:00pm Wed MAC Multipurpose Room

RD=Resident Discount

Instructor: Shariana Mundi

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SPECIALIZED RECREATION TOPSoccer 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.

Volunteer Opportunities

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.






Carnival Games


Holiday Fun

Hi-Line Lanes 15733 Ambaum Blvd Burien

Tukwila Comm. Center 12424 42nd Ave S Tukwila

Hi-Line Lanes 15733 Ambaum Blvd Burien

Burien Comm. Center 14700 6th Ave SW Burien

AGES 13–25 • FRIDAYS 5:00–7:00PM • $6 • No registration required

Looking for volunteers to help with the Social Clubs. If you are interested contact Amanda Morales at 206.988.3711 or

Free Transportation Burien HYDE Shuttle Bus: Available weekdays for personal trips to doctor, shopping, and other errands. 206.727.6262 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

DROP-IN PLAY TIME for parents, families and

children ages 6 months to 5 years. A great way to meet other families with young children. Age: 6 months – 5 years • Free • Tuesdays, 10:00am–11:30am SKIP Early Intervention 127 SW 156th St, Burien 253.216.0720



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ART Acrylic Painting Studio: Beginning to Advanced

Learn how to work with acrylics, ‘the most adaptable art material of the modern age!’ This class will cover a range of acrylic techniques, tools and additives with creative assignments to get the juices flowing. This course is accessible for beginners and still challenging for continuing and advanced students. A fun atmosphere designed to broaden your uses for and understanding of acrylic painting. Basic supplies will be provided. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $156 / RD $150 Classes: 8 20115 Sep 25–Nov 13 6:30pm–9:00pm Mon MAC Multipurpose Room

Instructor: Lynn Hobaica

Acrylic Painting Open Studio

An open studio for Acrylic Painting students. Students must be signed up for Acrylic Painting Studio. Students must bring in their own painting supplies. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $27 / RD $25 Classes: 8 20117 Sep 28–Nov 16 6:30pm–8:30pm Thur MAC Multipurpose Room

Monitor: Carolyn Bing


FIGURE DRAWING At Moshier Community Art Center Hosted by Burien Arts Association

Wheel Intensive Workshop With VICKI HAMILTON

Pots are personal; how can I make my pottery my own? Delve into your own artistic potential by learning to throw with intention. Increase your technical skills, learn alternate methods of construction and come away with a new understanding of why you make pots and what you want to express. Two areas of focus will be explored: plates and platters as a form and building large with thrown sections. Focus on individual attention with emphasis on process and technique over product. This workshop is for intermediate to advanced students. Two bags of Dakota White included. Please bring a lunch. Age: 15Y and up $197 / RD $188 Classes: 4 Sa-Su 20170 Saturday Sep 23 & 30 3–8 pm Sunday Sep 24 & Oct 1 10 am–3pm MAC Throwing Room

Instr: Victoria Hamilton

BIO: Vicki has been making pots for 50 plus years and has successfully built her reputation as an artist through shows and galleries around the country. Her inspiration comes from colors and textures found in nature as well as Japanese and Italian ceramics. You can find her work in private collections in Japan, New Zealand, Italy, Brazil, British Columbia and the United States. Currently, Vicki is a Studio Artist and an instructor at Moshier Community Art Center since 2003.

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, Thursdays: 12-3:30pm, Saturdays: 10am–3:00pm.

Beginning to Advanced Ceramics

A relaxed class environment where students of all skill levels can delve into handbuilding or throwing on the potter’s wheel. Class will offer individual attention for beginning students and demonstrations for more advanced students. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $251 / RD $240 Classes: 11 20056 Sep 11–Nov 20 9:30am–12:00pm Mon MAC Throwing Room

Instructor: Alec Davis

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: $251 / RD $240 Classes: 11 20051 Sep 7–Nov 16 6:30pm–9:00pm Thur MAC Throwing Room

Instructor: John Taylor

September 11–November 13 Mondays, 12:30–3:45pm $20 per day No instructor. Please contact Lorain Stowe for more information: or 206-246-9388

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ADULT CERAMICS & SCULPTURE 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: $274 / RD $262 Classes: 12 20049 Sep 6–Nov 22 6:30pm–9:00pm Wed MAC Handbuilding Room

Instructor: Hunter McGee

Pottery Wheel: Monday PM

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: $251 / RD $240 Classes: 11 20055 Sep 11–Nov 20 6:30pm–9:00pm Mon MAC Throwing Room

Instructor: Deb Schwartzkopf

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: $274 / RD $262 Classes: 12 20050 Sep 5–Nov 21 9:30am–12:00pm Tue MAC Throwing Room

Instructor: Victoria Hamilton

Play with and explore the possibilities of porcelain clay, from paper thin sculpture to translucent organic pinched forms inspired by nature. Be amazed at the transformation of the soft, buttery smooth porcelain clay into a dense, hard, brilliant surface after firing. This clay will challenge you to stretch your thought processes and let the creative juices flow. We will construct forms using a variety of methods: rolling out ribbons and coils of thin clay, folding, stacking, and overlapping. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $251 / RD $240 Classes: 11 20054 Sep 7–Nov 16 9:30am–12:00pm Thur

Clay: On and Off the Wheel

Give your wheel thrown pieces a little personality! Learn altering techniques, new forms both on and off the wheel and improve craftsmanship through demonstrations and one-on-one guidance. A variety of surface options such as slips, terra sigillatas, and textures will be covered. For all experience levels. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $274 / RD $262 Classes: 12 20057 Sep 5–Nov 21 6:30pm–9:00pm Tue MAC Throwing Room

Handbuilding with Porcelain Clay

Instructor: Lauren Laughlin

MAC Handbuilding Room

Instructor: Janet Crawley

Intermediate to Advanced Pottery Wheel

Explore your creativity with clay, using wheelbased techniques. Gain a greater understanding of the aesthetics of form, with one-on-one guidance by an experienced instructor. Handbuilding techniques will be integrated to enhance and expand students’ technical skills. This class is designed for intermediate to advanced students. Fee includes glazes and firing. Age: 15Y and up Fee: $228 / RD $218 Classes: 10 20052 Sep 7–Nov 9 9:30am–12:00pm Thur MAC Throwing Room



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Instructor: Molly Hueffed


Get together with other local fiber arts enthusiasts to share your love of all things stitched; needlework, beading, quilting and more! You may work independently or collaborate with others on a project. Bring your creativity and supplies and be prepared to make close-knit bonds with others. All skill levels are welcome. Age: 18Y and up Fee: $14 / RD $12 Classes: 6 20156 Sep 13–Oct 18 10:00am–12:00pm Wed 20157 Nov 1–Dec 6 10:00am–12:00pm Wed BCC Shorewood Room

Understanding Chocolate

Become a chocolate connoisseur! A local chocolatier will guide you through the process of chocolate from origin to bar through a tasting of different chocolates from around the world. Age: 16Y and up 20260 Oct 10 20264 Oct 25

Fee: $18 / RD $15 Classes: 1 6:30pm–8:00pm Tue 6:30pm–8:00pm Wed

BCC Chelsea Room

Instructor: Ellane Pirotte

Beautify & Care for Your Waterfront Property Saturday, October 21

9:30am–1:30pm, Course #20277 Instructor: King Conservation District with Mary Eidmann; City of Burien

Join us for a FREE workshop to learn from experts how to protect & enhance properties along streams, lakes and wetlands. Topics include: • Minimizing pollution runoff on your property • Controlling invasive weeds • Adding value and beauty to your yard naturally

• Utilizing native plants for wildlife habitat and erosion control • Environmental regulations that impact your property

Telling Your Stories In this age of technology, telling your stories can take many forms; including writing it by yourself. The important thing is to tell and share your story. No one knows your achievements, difficulties, fears and successes except you. Everyone has a story to tell and sharing your story, for yourself and loved ones, gives important knowledge and possible guidance to those we care about. This interactive course can aid you in exploring some ways to do that and do it in an interesting and exciting way. We will be examining the challenges involved in doing our stories, review the many resources available to help you and learn how adding pictures and creative writing styles in your stories assist you in writing in an informative and entertaining manner. A part of each class is devoted to the student’s writings and commenting on the written stories.

Free CPR Classes

Burien–Normandy Park Fire Department 900 SW 146th St, Burien Pre-registration required 206.242.2040 • Curriculum is American Heart Association “Friends and Family CPR” • 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).

Age: 18Y and up Fee: $40 / RD $35 Classes: 6 20167 Sep 14–Oct 19 1:00pm–3:00pm Thur BCC Hilltop Room

Instructor: Delores Davis

About the Instructor: Delores Davis

My years as a medical social worker and teaching experience as Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Washington hospital served as the foundation of my second career—teaching how to write family stories. My initial interest started when I wrote about my husband who died when our children were young. I have since created several family books and in 2013 published ‘The Immigrant’ and ‘Writing on Life Journeys’ and in 2016, ‘The Ancestors’.

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Drop-In Blood Pressure Testing Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 9am – 4pm Available at Fire Station 900 SW 146th St, Burien

• No pre-registration necessary

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Poetry (dementia inclusive)

Burien Library October 27, 10:30am–12pm

Through photographs, music, and objects participants will explore the theme of “flight,” and create simple and elegant individual and group poems based on the group’s ideas and imagination.

Circle Dance (dementia inclusive) Burien Library November 3, 10:30am–12pm

A gentle, community-building dance experience for everyone, including people living with memory loss, care partners, and staff members. During the workshop participants will engage in a variety of international and contemporary folk dances with inspiring music and simple moves. Seated options available.

Watercolor (dementia inclusive) Burien Library November 10, 10:30am–12pm

During this hands on workshop, participants will explore contemporary watercolor paintings, and learn how to express an idea or an object by painting a still life.

Sharing Our Stories (dementia inclusive)

Burien Library November 17, 10:30am–12pm

Everyday objects, old photos, advertisements, and favorite music become sparks for celebrations of past and present moments during this interactive storytelling workshop. Participants will engage in a reminiscence session, and will work together to tell the stories of themselves and each other through storytelling techniques, improvisation, and drama. Each workshop is taught by an experienced and trained Silver Kite Community Arts teaching artist who will invite participants into gentle and creative arts experiences designed to be fun and relaxing. Silver Kite teaching artists Noel Sherrard and Susan Wickett-Ford will be facilitating the workshops, among others. Space is limited, registration preferred.



AARP Smart Driver Course

AARP offers a two-day Safe Driver Course. You may be able to get a deduction from your insurance company, if you complete this course. Fee is $2 at the time of registration and $15 for AARP members/$20 for non-members to be paid in class. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $2 20088 Nov 14–15 12:30pm–4:30pm BCC Eagle Landing Room

Classes: 2 Tue–Wed

Instructor: Richard Silva

Current Events & Local Issues

Join lively discussions with your peers. Topics include world, national and local events. Voice your opinions on the world of politics, finances, religion and many more subjects. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $29 / MD $20 Classes: 10 20164 Sep 14–Nov 16 1:00pm–3:00pm Thur BCC Shorewood Room

Facilitator: Rose Clark

Tax Problems and Nowhere to Turn?

Most people are a little nervous, confused or scared when they have an IRS problem. One thing is for sure, avoiding the problem will only make it worse. That’s why it’s good to know about the Taxpayer Advocate Service (TAS). We are your voice at the IRS. And if you haven’t been able to resolve your IRS tax problem on your own, we can offer free, fair, and independent help. Age: 50Y and up 20259 Nov 8 BCC Chelsea Room


Classes: 1 10:00–10:30am Wed

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! No class 11/10 and 11/24. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $39 / MD $30 Classes: 10 20165 Sep 15–Dec 1 10:00am–12:00pm Fri BCC Shorewood Room

Instructor: Sallie Tierney

Art History: Art of The Americas Before Columbus & Cortes

Living in the Northwest we are very fortunate to be able to visit the incomparable collections of Pre-Columbian Native Arts in the many local museums. This class will cover North, Central and South American Pre and Post-Contact Cultures: Olmec, Mayan, Aztec, Chimú, Inca, Nazca and Moche. Marvel at their textiles, ceramics, gold and architecture of great beauty and brilliant skills. Join us on a fantastic journey through art history. There will be a museum trip. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $68 / MD $59 Classes: 7 20061 Sep 14–Oct 26 9:30am–12:00pm Thur BCC Shorewood Room

Instructor: Elizabeth Rodgers

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DANCE Beginning Ballroom Dance

Everyone’s wild for Ballroom Dance! You’ll learn either Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Swing or Cha Cha so you can dance the night away. Perfect for beginners! This is a couple’s class; fee is per person. Students will focus on one of the major ballroom dances each session. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $72 / RD $66 Classes: 6 20172 Sep 19–Oct 24 6:00pm–7:00pm Tue 20174 Nov 7–Dec 12 6:00pm–7:00pm Tue BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Jacob Matthew

Advanced Ballroom Dance

This class is for those who have mastered previous classes and would like more advanced steps and good technique for movement skills. Builds on skills learned in earlier levels adding more detailed lead/ follow instruction and style. Teacher’s permission is required for this class.


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 20249 Sep 22 20248 Oct 27 BCC Chelsea Room

Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am–12:00pm Fri 9:30am–12:00pm 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 20250 Sep 29 20251 Nov 3 BCC Chelsea Room

Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am–12:00pm Fri 9:30am–12:00pm Fri Instructor: John McLaughlin

Digital Photos: Your Camera & 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. (Make sure cameras are charged or bring extra batteries.) Age: 50Y and up 20253 Oct 6 20252 Nov 17

Age: 16Y and up Fee: $72 / RD $66 Classes: 6 20173 Sep 19–Oct 24 7:00pm–8:00pm Tue 20175 Nov 7–Dec 12 7:00pm–8:00pm Tue BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Jacob Matthew

Fee: $35 / MD $26 Classes: 1 9:30am–12:30pm Fri 9:30am–12:30pm Fri

BCC Chelsea Room

Instructor: John McLaughlin

Smart Device: Phones & Tablets

Don’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. Each class is designed specifically for Android or Apple style devices. Age: 50Y and up

Fee: $35 / MD $26

Classes: 1

ANDROID DEVICES 20254 Oct 20 9:30am–12:00pm 20257 Dec 8 9:30am–12:00pm

Fri Fri

APPLE DEVICES 20255 Oct 13 20256 Dec 1

Fri Fri

BCC Chelsea Room RD=Resident Discount

9:30am–12:00pm 9:30am–12:00pm

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.

Instructor: John McLaughlin

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SENIOR INFORMATION & ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Mondays, 1:00 – 5:00pm starting September 11

Burien Community Center Chelsea Room

Your Personal Happiness Project

Sea Mar provides

Saturday, October 14, 9:00am–Noon Ready to embrace a new positive energy in your life? Craving a little more joy and sparkle? This interactive workshop will help you chart your own path to delight and inner contentment. Explore practical ways to weave moments of joy into your daily rhythms. Indulge in a little self-exploration, discovering revealing insights to lift your happiness quotient. Come away with a set of personalized tools you can use now to invite happiness into each and every day. Join us! Age: 15Y and up Fee: $56 / RD $51 20141 Oct 14 9:00am–12:00pm

FREE SERVICES IN ENGLISH AND SPANISH for Adults 60+ and Disabled Persons 18+ with limited incomes that reside in King County. The objective is to locate Community Resources in King County, which can help them maintain a high quality of life.

Classes: 1 Sat

BCC Shorewood Room Facilitators: Andrea Lindsay & Kay Morrison

About the Facilitators: Between them, Andrea Lindsay and Kay Morrison have over 25 years of professional facilitation and public engagement experience. Both serve as community involvement specialists for cleanup of some of the country’s most contaminated sites. Andrea also provides training and learning opportunities for environmental professionals. A lifelong Burien resident, she finds happiness in writing, exploring artistic endeavors, and spending time with her husband, son, and backyard chickens. Kay provides public affairs support to responders, and important information to residents, affected by environmental incidents. She finds happiness communing with flowers and plants in her Burien backyard, playing with her grandchildren, and spending time with her wonderful friends. Both instructors have a genuine caring for people, a belief that every individual has the ability to live a meaningful and satisfying life, and a commitment to making a better world.



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ADULT ENRICHMENT HEALTH & WELLNESS 50+ Protecting Yourself from Medical Harm

Do you ever get uncomfortable when your doctor recommends medications or medical treatment choices? Have you ever been frustrated with the quality of care that you or your loved one have received from your doctor or in hospitals? Learn the best tips for protecting yourself and your family from medical errors, how to best communicate with your healthcare providers and find out what are the most common red flags to warn you about an incompetent doctor or an unsafe hospital. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Hosted by the American Association of University Women. Age: 18Y and up 20267 Oct 4

Introduction to “Laughter is No Joke”


Find out more about this fun interactive class where you will learn about the many physical, emotional, mental and social benefits of laughter. In the 5 week class you will learn how to build a regular regimen of laughter into your weekly routine.

Age: 50Y and up 20266 Sep 15 BCC Lakeview Room


Classes: 1 10:00am–12:00pm Fri Instructor: Clayton Sperry

Laughter is No Joke

Laughter is like exercising- chemicals in the brain, like dopamine and endorphins, are released into the body making you feel good! Research has shown that there are many physical, emotional, mental and social benefits of laughter. Learn how to build a regular regimen of laughter into your weekly routine. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $57 / RD $50 Classes: 5 20276 Oct 6-Nov 3 10:30am–12:00pm Fri BCC Lakeview Room

Instructor: Clayton Sperry

FREE 4:00pm–8:00pm


Classes: 1 Wed

BCC Eagle Landing Room Speaker: Consumer Reports and Washington Advocates for Patient Safety

Brain Boost: Energize and Protect Your Brain with Food!

Seniors Take Charge of Your Health Series Exercise & Vitamins Are Not the Entire Solution

Ever wonder what you can do to prevent memory decline as you age? In this class, learn how to energize and protect your brain with your food choices, optimize your lifestyle to retain your memory and lessen your chance for Alzheimer’s or dementia in the future.

Exercise and vitamins are an important part of keeping you healthy, but not the only thing. Find out more about why the head upon your shoulders is the determining factor.

Age: 50Y and up 20258 Oct 25

Age: 50Y and up 20200 Oct 4


Classes: 1 10:00–11:00am Wed

BCC Chelsea Room Instructor: Christy Goff, MS, RDN, CD

Make an Emergency ‘Dash & Go’ Notebook

Class members will leave with a notebook to record and create an ‘In-Case-ofEmergency’ everything document to keep you and your loved ones informed. You will receive a checklist to help you organize your personal information and records. You and your loved ones can have greater peace of mind knowing this information collected and organized in one place that, if needed, your emergency contact can easily be accessed. You must register for this class so all need materials will been available at the time of class for you to put your notebook together. Age: 50Y and up 20045 Oct 31 BCC Chelsea Room

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BCC Chelsea Room

FREE Classes: 1 10:30am–11:30am Wed Instructor: Eileen Broomell

Making the Best of Life as You Age

Find ways to help reduce everyday stress and boost your mood. Take a look at how attitude and mindset impact you-not only on your body, but also on your behavior, and relationships. Age: 50Y and up 20198 Nov 1 BCC Chelsea Room

FREE Classes: 1 10:30am–11:30am Wed Instructor: Eileen Broomell

Classes: 1 10:00am–11:00am Tue Instructor: Sheila Goodfellow

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Mondays & Wednesdays

Scrimmages 6:30–9:00pm Starts September 18th


Hazel Valley Elementary School Gym 402 SW 132nd St. (west-side, down stairs)

Follows Highline School District schedule

September–December Schedule 606 SW 116th St. Seattle • For questions, call 206.588.2297

Shallow H2O

This low-impact water workout focuses on cardio, toning exercises, balance and flexibility training. Classes are self-paced and are great for those who are looking to mix up their workout routine or for those that need a workout that can be modified for physical limitations. Class takes place in our heated indoor pools in shallow water. Swimming skills are not required. Age: 18Y and up 8:30am–9:30am 7:00pm–8:00pm

Mon, Wed, Fri Mon, Wed

Lap Swim & Water Walking

Drop-In: $4 for seniors / $5 for adults 10-Visit Punch Card $35 for seniors / $45 for adults

Deep H2O

Age: 18Y and up 8:30am–9:30am

Your first Water Exercise class is FREE!

After that you can drop-in or purchase punch cards at the pool. Schedule is subject to change.

Tue, Thur

Drop-In: $5 for seniors / $6 for adults 10-Visit Punch Card $45 for seniors / $55 for adults



> Must sign in on hold harmless sheet > For players ages 16 and up, no minor children allowed in facility due to risk and liability

Experience the total body fitness of swimming laps: cardiovascular conditioning, muscle strength, muscle tone, and relief from stress or try out water walking! It is a great alternative to swimming laps since the combination of upper and lower body movements still gives you a great workout, and there is no impact! 5:30am–9:30am Tue, Thur 7:00am–9:30am Mon, Wed, Fri 11:00am–1:00pm Mon, Wed, Fri 7:00pm–8:00pm Tue, Thur, Fri

Drop-In: $5 for seniors / $6 for adults 10-Visit Punch Card $45 for seniors / $55 for adults

This low-intensity water workout combines cardiovascular work, deep-water running, jogging, bicycling and cross-country skiing movements. Class focuses on muscular strength motions that work the body’s major muscle groups as well as motions that work the core and balance. Classes take place in our heated indoor pools. Comfort in the water is recommended, but flotation belts are used during the class.

> $4 fee each night

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> RECREATIONAL LEVEL PLAY ONLY (Unsafe play, foul language & not playing as a team will be warned, then asked to leave)

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Have fun, meet people!

Need a workout on the go?

Look for the FITPASS 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.

FIT PASS: $13 / RD $10

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STRENGTH TRAINING Kettlebell Foundations

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. No class 11/10 & 11/24. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $67 / RD $61 Classes: 18 20176 Sep 18–Oct 27 6:00am–7:00am M, W, F Age: 16Y and up Fee: $59 / RD$54 Classes: 16 20177 Nov 6–Dec 15 6:00am–7:00am M, W, F BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Pam Odegard


MixxedFit® is a people inspired dance fitness program that is a perfect mix of explosive dance moves and boot camp toning. We dance to music that you would hear on the radio or in the club. Our moves are easy to follow, repetitive, and explosive allowing students of all fitness levels to maximize their workout all while having fun. No class 11/23. Age: 14Y and up Fee: $37 / RD $33 Classes: 6 20194 Sep 21–Oct 26 7:00pm–8:00pm Thur 20195 Nov 9–Dec 21 7:00pm–8:00pm Thur 20196 Sep 23–Oct 28 10:00am–11:00am Sat 20197 Nov 18–Dec 23 10:00am–11:00am Sat BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: Chiara Pfeifer


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. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $54 / RD $48 Classes: 7 20205 Sep 18–Oct 30 5:30pm–6:30pm Mon 20206 Nov 6–Dec 18 5:30pm–6:30pm Mon BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: Aya Fujisaki

Zumba Gold FIT PASS

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 11/10 & 11/24.

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. No class 11/23. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $69 / RD $63 Classes: 7 20186 Sep 12–Oct 24 6:30pm–7:30pm Tue 20184 Sep 14–Oct 26 6:30pm–7:30pm Thur 20188 Nov 2–Dec 21 6:30pm–7:30pm Thur 20185 Sep 16–Oct 28 8:15am–9:15am Sat 20189 Nov 4–Dec 23 8:15am–9:15am Sat Age: 16Y and up Fee: $79 / $72 Classes: 8 20187 Oct 31–Dec 19 6:30pm–7:30pm Tue BCC Lakeview Room

Instructor: Clay Fife

Age: 16Y and up Fee: $47 / RD $41 Classes: 6 20209 Sep 22–Oct 27 10:00am–11:00am Fri 20210 Nov 3–Dec 22 10:00am–11:00am Fri BCC Manhattan Room

Instructor: Cristina Herrera


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SEPT 11-16 @ the Burien Community Center No need to register, just show up, take one or all of the classes offered, and see what fitness is all about in Burien.



Yoga Stretch & Strength



Meditation Practice



Low Impact Chair Yoga






TUESDAY, SEPT 12 Balance Fitness



Advanced Balance Fitness



8:45am, 9:45am, 10:45am


SilverSneakers 12:15pm


Gentle Yoga






Age: 16Y and up Fee: $49 / RD $43 Classes: 5 20178 Sep 18–Oct 23 11:00am–12:15pm Mon 20180 Nov 6–Dec 11 11:00am–12:15pm Mon 20179 Sep 20–Oct 25 11:00am–12:15pm Wed 20181 Nov 8–Dec 13 11:00am–12:15pm Wed



Instructor: Janet Crawley

Gentle Yoga

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. We’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. No class 9/25 & 9/27. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $49 / RD $43 Classes: 5 20201 Sep 18–Oct 23 9:00am–10:15am Mon 20203 Nov 6–Dec 11 9:00am–10:15am Mon 20202 Sep 20–Oct 25 9:00am–10:15am Wed 20204 Nov 8–Dec 13 9:00am–10:15am Wed BCC Hilltop Room

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. No class 11/22. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $47 / RD $41 Classes: 6 20182 Sep 20–Oct 25 6:00pm–7:30pm Wed 20183 Nov 8–Dec 20 6:00pm–7:30pm Wed BCC Hilltop Room

Instructor: Lori Leberer RYT 200




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. No class 9/25 & 9/27.

BCC Hilltop Room

WEDNESDAY, SEPT 13 Enhance Fitness

Gentle Chair Yoga

Please call 206.988.3700 for information.


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Instructor: Janet Crawley

Meditation Practice


Learn how to calm your mind and create an atmosphere of peace and joy as we practice sitting quietly, focusing on the sound of our own breath. Realize many benefits of your meditation: lowering stress, decreasing anxiety, finding more energy. All are welcome no matter if you are a beginner or a practiced meditator. Chairs, mats and blankets are available for sitting. You may attend once a week, on Monday or Wednesday, or choose to come twice a week. Please no late arrivals. 10:20–10:45am Mondays & Wednesdays, follows Yoga Stretch and Strength class schedule BCC Hilltop Room Instructor: Janet Crawley

Free Online Registration!

ADULT FITNESS TAI CHI Coming to the Burien Community Center

Tai Chi for Everybody

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 20158 Aug 29–Sep 21 10:45am–11:45am 20159 Oct 3–26 10:45am–11:45am 20160 Oct 31–Nov 21 10:45am–11:45am 20163 Nov 28–Dec 21 10:45am–11:45am BCC Lakeview Room

Classes: 8 Tue, Thur Tue, Thur Tue, Thur Tue, Thur

Instructor: Viola Brumbaugh

Chen Tai Chi Chuan

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, and develop strength and focus. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $137 / RD $130 Classes: 10 20161 Oct 3–Dec 5 6:00pm–7:00pm Tue BCC Hilltop Room

Instructor: Viola Brumbaugh

Qigong: Health of Body, Mind & Spirit

Improve your health, increase your energy, and speed your recovery from illness. Qigong’s stretching and strengthening movements activate ‘qi’ in your body, stimulate your immune system, strengthen your internal organs, and rejuvenate your soul. No class 11/22. Age: 16Y and up Fee: $100 / RD $95 Classes: 10 20162 Oct 4–Dec 6 10:45am–11:45am Wed BCC Lakeview Room

Instructor: Viola Brumbaugh

FOR THOSE 50+ 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.

RD=Resident Discount

EnhanceWellness Beginning Monday, September 21st, we will have a highly trained Community Health Worker here to help you begin your journey to better health. Whether someone wants to lose weight, faces health challenges, is grieving, or is coping with depression, EnhanceWellness, a participantcentered motivational intervention with proven results, provides a highly trained community health worker here to work with you. Research has shown that participants in EnhanceWellness can decrease the length of hospital stays, manage their chronic conditions, lower their use of psychoactive drugs, alleviate symptoms of mood disorders, and develop a sense of greater self-efficacy.

EnhanceWellness happens in three steps: Screen, Plan, Action

Begin Your Journey to Better Health


AN ENHANCEWELLNESS SCREEN identifies personal strengths and risks. Together, an EnhanceWellness team member and the participant review a detailed health questionnaire.  


THE ENHANCEWELLNESS ACTION PLAN focuses on areas the participant chooses to work on. This plan can also be shared with the participant’s physician.


THE PARTICIPANT THEN MOVES INTO ACTION with the support of community health worker and/or volunteer health mentor, who offer ongoing encouragement, feedback, and monitoring. The team helps with problem solving, health education, and referral to support groups and additional services, including individual and family counseling, if indicated.

EnhanceWellness is a reliable complement to formal healthcare services for older adults. It is backed by independent research and has been shown to yield measurable results in health — an important consideration for service providers, public and private funders, health care partners, and older adults themselves.

Call 206.988.3700

to schedule your appointment, for further information or to start your plan

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ADULT FITNESS FITNESS 50+ 3 R’s of Exercise: Retain, Restore, Renew

Enhance Fitness

Age: 50Y and up Fee: $49 / MD $40 Classes: 10 20059 Sep 19–Oct 19 9:30am–10:30am Tue, Thur

Age: 50Y and up Fee: $35 / RD $30 Classes: Monthly 20079 Sep 1–29 8:45am–9:45am F, M, W 20080 Sep 1–29 9:45am–10:45am F, M, W 20081 Sep 1–29 10:45am–11:45am F, M, W 20082 Oct 2–30 8:45am–9:45am M, W, F 20083 Oct 2–30 9:45am–10:45am M, W, F 20084 Oct 2–30 10:45am–11:45am M, W, F 20076 Nov 1–29 8:45am–9:45am W, F, M 20077 Nov 1–29 9:45am–10:45am W, F, M 20078 Nov 1–29 10:45am–11:45am W, F, M 20085 Dec 1–29 8:45am–9:45am F, M, W 20086 Dec 1–29 9:45am–10:45am F, M, W 20087 Dec 1–29 10:45am–11:45am F, M, W

Exercise and fitness routines specifically designed for seniors: stretching, balance, strength and coordination. Adaptations for those with specific physical problems. This is an easy way to improve your fitness while working out with other seniors. No class 11/23.

Fee: $53 / MD $44 Classes: 11 20058 Oct 31–Dec 7 9:30am–10:30am Tue, Thur BCC Hilltop Room

Instructor: Eileen Broomell

Balance Fitness for Fall Prevention

Balance problems are aggravated as you grow older, either due to the natural aging process or some underlying disease. This class will focus entirely on specific exercises for balance. These movements will not only train your muscles to respond to balance cues, but will also increase your confidence in your body’s own ability to respond when needed. When exposed to balance exercises regularly, the results have been excellent. Good for those with Parkinson’s Disease or other strength/balance concerns. No class 11/23 and 12/26. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $21 / MD $12 20091 Sep 5–28 10:30am–11:30am 20092 Oct 3–26 10:30am–11:30am 20093 Nov 7–30 10:30am–11:30am 20089 Dec 5–28 10:30am–11:30am BCC Manhattan Room

Classes: 7/8 Tue, Thur Tue, Thur Tue, Thur Tue, Thur

Instructor: Vivian Bowles

Advanced Balance Fitness

Are you ready for the next level of Balance Fitness for Fall Prevention? Continue to strengthen your core muscles and build the sense of balance that is so important as we age. Reduce your risk of falling, while improving your balance, flexibility, strength and confidence through focused exercises. No class 11/23 and 12/26. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $21 / MD $12 20094 Sep 5–28 11:35am–12:35pm 20095 Oct 3–26 11:35am–12:35pm 20096 Nov 7–30 11:35am–12:35pm 20090 Dec 5–28 11:35am–12:35pm BCC Manhattan Room



A medium level aerobic exercise session, this class includes warm-up, aerobics, weights (provided) and cool-down. We encourage new people to view a class before they register. Free to qualifying Kaiser Permanente (Group Health) and Silver & Fit members. No class 9/4, 11/10, 11/24 and 12/25.

BCC Seahurst Banquet Hall

Instructor: Alex Lewis

SilverSneakers Classic

Have fun and move to the music through a variety of exercises designed to increase muscular strength, range of movement, and activity for daily living skills. Handheld weights, elastic tubing with handles, and a ball are offered for resistance; and a chair is used for seated and/or standing support. Free to qualified SilverSneakers members. No class 9/4, 11/3, 11/10, 11/24 and 12/25. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $35 / RD $30 Classes: Monthly 20099 Sep 1–29 12:15pm–1:00pm F, M, W 20098 Oct 2–30 12:15pm–1:00pm M, W, F 20097 Nov 1–29 12:15pm–1:00pm W, F, M 20100 Dec 1–29 12:15pm–1:00pm F, M, W 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 11/10 and 11/24. Age: 50Y and up Fee: $12 Classes: 34 20168 Sep 25–Dec 15 3:30pm–4:30pm M, W, F Burien Park Apts Comm. Room


The Burien Community Center is an eligible site for Silver and Fit Insurance benefit. This gives adults 65+ on Medicare with certain supplemental insurances associated with American Specialty Health free fitness class enrollment. Your benefit could include free enrollment in EnhanceFitness or Zumba Gold. Please check with the front desk on your eligibility and let’s get you enrolled!

Classes: 7/8 Tue, Thur Tue, Thur Tue, Thur Tue, Thur

Instructor: Vivian Bowles

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Free Online Registration!

Instructor: Alex Lewis


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

Mount Rainier *

Take in the fall colors as we drive to Mount Rainier National Park. Explore the new Paradise Jackson Visitor Center and surrounding trails. Trip includes admission, escort and transportation. Lunch at Paradise Inn or Paradise Camp Deli ($7-$12) is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 20227 Sep 19

Fee: $32 / RD $28 Classes: 1 9:00am–6:00pm Tue

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

Age: 50Y and up 20221 Oct 19

Fee: $20 / RD $17 Classes: 1 9:00am–5:00pm Thur

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

Fall Colors in Leavenworth *

Take the scenic drive to Washington’s own little Bavarian town. Experience the quaint village; locally made gourmet delights, charming shops and alpine architecture. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 20228 Oct 28

Fee: $28 / RD $25 Classes: 1 8:00am–6:00pm Sat

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

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. Fee: $17 / RD $15 Classes: 1 9:00am–5:00pm Mon

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

Experience the restorative powers of nature and join us for a stroll through the Bloedel Reserve. You’ll be treated to sweeping vistas, woodland trails, formal gardens and soothing water features. After leisure time in town, ride the ferry home. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch and admission (Adults: $17/ Adults 65+: $12) are on your own. Fee: $28 / RD $25 Classes: 1 9:00am–5:00pm Thur

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

Festival of Trees *

Kick off the holiday season with a special tour of MultiCare’s Festival of Trees, each of which are decked out to the 9’s with festive spirit and unique themes. We get a special viewing before these spectacular trees go up for auction. Then, enjoy lunch and leisure time in downtown Tacoma. Trip includes admission, escort and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 20222 Nov 30

Hunter’s Breakfast*

Enjoy the beautiful fall colors on your way out to the lovely Teanaway Valley, near Cle Elum, where you will be served a delicious breakfast. You don’t have to be a hunter to enjoy the 30th annual Breakfast celebrating the opening day of deer season. They serve grilled ham, eggs made to order, and pancakes with their famous apple butter. On the way home we will check out the quaint town of Roslyn. Trip includes escort and transportation. Breakfast ($8) is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 20230 Oct 14

La Conner is a tiny waterfront town with an amazing array of specialty shops, good eats, and even a museum featuring Northwest art. Spend the day exploring La Conner at your leisure. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch is on your own.

Age: 50Y and up 20214 Nov 13

Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island **

Age: 50Y and up 20211 Sep 28

Lunch Out in La Conner **

Fee: $23 / RD $20 Classes: 1 8:00am–4:00pm Sat

Fee: $23 / RD $20 Classes: 1 9:00am–4:00pm Thur

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

WANTED: Senior Program Volunteer Trip Drivers! Want to do some volunteer work AND go on fun trips? This is the perfect opportunity! Call Meagan at 206.812.4721 for more info.


Holiday at Molbak’s *

More than just garden enthusiasts will enjoy Molbak’s holiday displays as they turn the nursery into a winter-time paradise. Enjoy stunning displays of holiday colors, plants, and decorations, and free Kringle and coffee. We will stop for lunch at Red Hook Brewery. Trip includes escort and transportation. Lunch is on your own. Age: 50Y and up 20232 Dec 6

Fee: $20 / RD $17 Classes: 1 10:00am–5:00pm Wed

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus

Old Goat Farm Holiday Tea *

Visit a century-old Victorian farmhouse, decorated from floor to ceiling with charming, whimsical, seasonal decorations. Savor a variety of homemade desserts with hot beverages as you take in the spectacular winter wonderland that is Old Goat Farm at Christmas. Trip includes tea, escort and transportation. Age: 50Y and up 20213 Dec 15

Fee: $57 / RD $52 Classes: 1 1:00pm–5:00pm Fri

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus


FORMERLY “Camp Wrinkle Ranch”

Tue–Thur, Sept. 12–14

Back by popular demand this award winning three-day, two-night retreat will rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. Falls Creek Retreat Center is located near Raymond, WA. A place where you can truly “get away from it all”. Forest, meadows, streams, wonderful lodges, hot tubs and a beautiful waterfall. This three-day retreat is filled with activities, hikes, camp fires, games and more. If you would just like to come and sit on the lodge deck and read a book for three days, you can do that too. Includes: transportation, lodging, 7 meals and a lot of fun! $250

Vehicle Transportation PaRCS Bus RD=Resident Discount

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ADULTS 50+ SERVICES & PROGRAMS At The Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW • 206.988.3700

Drop In Activities Human Services

Mondays @ 1–5pm, starting September 11

Chelsea Room


Mondays @ Noon–2:30pm Fridays @ Noon–2:30pm

Chelsea Room Eagle Landing Room


Tuesdays @ 2:00pm



Tuesdays & Thursdays @ 12:30pm

Chelsea Room

Ping Pong

Tuesdays & Fridays @ 11am–2:30pm Hilltop Room

Wii Bowling

Wednesdays @ 10:00am

Eagle Landing Room


Wednesdays @ 1:00pm

Chelsea Room

Creative Coloring

Thursdays @ 10am–2pm


*Please use these times to utilize the Chelsea Room Lending Library

Social Services & Transportation 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 City’s senior programs. Your support is appreciated!

Scholarships Available Thanks to the generosity of the Edith Trucks Trust Fund, reduced senior program fees are available for those 50 years and older.

These services are NOT available at the Community Center. Call the phone numbers below for assistance.

Senior Information & Assistance: Provided by Community Living Connections The most comprehensive network that helps adults facing aging and disability issues get the information and support they need to make informed decisions. This includes older adults, adults with disabilities, their caregivers, families and professionals. 206.962.8467 or toll free 1.844.348.5464 (KING)

MEALS on WHEELS Delivery of free frozen microwavable meals to home bound seniors. 206.248.5680

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



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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

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

Volunteer Transportation Get one-on-one service from a trained volunteer strictly for medical appointments, not limited to your local area. 206.448.5740


Check out our free drop in knitting program. Tuesdays at 2:00pm, see page 28


Acupuncture program, see below

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

Chair Massage

Diabetes Support Group

Every Thursday, 9:00am–3:00pm. $33 per person per visit, by appointment.

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, 10:00am, Sept 13, Oct 11, Nov 15 and Dec 13. Call for appointments.

Learn about living well with diabetes with new topics every month. We welcome all people who live with diabetes and their families. Led by Leslie Merklin-Barber BSN, RN, CDE and Rita Nauer, RD, CD, CDE. First Monday of every month (except when there is a holiday), 6:30pm- 8:00pm, Sept 11, Oct 2, Nov 6, and Dec 4.

Attorney Consultations Provided free-of-charge by local attorney Frank DeMarco. Sept 28, Oct 19, and Nov 16 by appointment.

Metro ORCA Bus Passes Apply for the Regional Reduced Fare Permit for Seniors &/or disabled citizens. 2nd Tuesday of the month, 10:30-11:30am Oct 10, Nov 14 and Dec 12.

Hearing Clinic Free ear checks and hearing screens by Highline Hearing Professionals. Wednesday, November 1, 10:00am. Call for appointment.

Reiki Group Therapy Local Reiki practitioners provides gentle, restful hands-on healing and relaxation. All ages welcome. 2nd Tuesday of the month, by appointment, 10:30am–12:30pm, Sept 12, Oct 10, Nov 14 and Dec 12, $5 minimum donation.

Statewide Health Insurance Benefits (SHIBA) A free service that provides unbiased, and confidential assistance with Medicare and health care choices. 3rd Wednesday of the month: Sept 20, Oct 18, Nov 15 and Dec 20 by appointment.

Medicare Consultations Still have questions about Medicare? Meet with experts that will help you get a better understanding of how Medicare works as well as seven Medicare traps and how our information can help you avoid them. 1:00pm–3:00pm, Sept 8, Oct 20 & 27, Nov 17, and Dec 1, by appointment.

Acupuncture Acupuncture can be used to successfully treat a variety of conditions including arthritis, allergies, anxiety/depression, digestive issues, insomnia, numbness/tingling, and any pain in the body. Licensed acupuncturist Lynn Bondi has been practicing for over fifteen years and treats in a comfortable group setting. More information about Lynn can be found at All ages welcome. 1st, 2nd and 4th Thursday, 11:00am–1:00pm. Sept 7, 14, 28, Oct 5, 12, 26, Nov 2, 9 and Dec 7, 14. Call for appointments. Walk-ins welcomed as space permits. $20 per treatment.

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ONLINE »» 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.


14700 6th Ave SW



PROGRAM LOCATIONS BCC Burien Community Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14700 6th Ave SW

Burien Park Apartments. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 500 SW 148th St

Cedarhurst Elementary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 611 S 132nd St

Chelsea Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 839 SW 137th St

»» All classes/activities have a minimum and maximum enrollment.

Community Center Annex. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 425 SW 144th St

»» Registration is required at least three (3) working days in advance to ensure class minimums are met.

Evergreen Community Aquatic Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 606 SW 116th, Seattle

»» There is a $25 service fee for all returned checks and declined credit cards.

Dottie Harper House . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 421 SW 146th St Green House Community Garden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 437 SW 144th

Green House Field. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 437 SW 144th St

Highline Athletic Club. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 S 156th St

Highline High School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 S 152nd St Hazel Valley Elementary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 402 SW 132nd St

Lake Burien Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14640 18th Ave SW

MAC Moshier Community Art Center. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 430 S 156th St Moshier Field . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 430 S 156th St

Seahurst Elementary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14603 14th Ave SW

BURIEN PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL SERVICES Our purpose is to enrich and inspire our community through quality experiences, people and places. We promote a healthy, livable community with opportunities for physical activity as well as personal and cultural enrichment.



Seahurst Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1600 SW Seahurst Dr SW

Southern Heights Elementary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11249 14th Ave S, Seattle Sylvester Middle School. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16222 Sylvester Rd SW

Town Square Park. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 480 SW 152nd St

To view these locations on your PC, visit To view these locations on a smartphone, scan this QR Code

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REGISTRATION INFO Satisfaction Guaranteed

We wish to provide you with the highest-quality programs and services possible. 100% REFUND 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 process your Refund Request Form.


When appropriate, we will gladly refund your class fee for these amounts:

»» 100%: When class is canceled by the Burien Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department due to insufficient enrollment. »» 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


Photography & Video

Inclement Weather Policy


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. During periods of bad weather, radio stations will report school closures and changes in schedules. Please listen for the Highline School District report. 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.

»» Special Events »» A scholarship was used to pay for a program Refunds take approximately 3 weeks to process. Medical illness or other extenuating circumstances will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Documentation of the circumstance may be requested.

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.

»» Classes held after 10:00am: call 206.988.3700 for updated information. 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

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.

Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW, Burien, WA 98166 OFFICE HOURS

Monday–Thursday, 8:30am–8:00pm Friday, 8:30am–5:00pm Holiday Hours, Dec 27–29, 8:30am–6:00pm PHONE


FAX 206.243.2784



HOLIDAY CLOSURES Labor Day...........................Mon, Sept 4 Veteran’s Day....................... Fri, Nov 10 Thanksgiving Day..............Thur, Nov 23 Day after Thanksgiving........ Fri, Nov 24 Christmas Day....................Mon, Dec25 Christmas Eve Observed…Tues, Dec 26


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

RD=Resident Discount

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Spectacular Seahurst Park

Breathtaking Beauty. Close-to-Home.


to the soothing sound of waves


a magnificent sunset over the Olympic Mountains


on forested trails in peaceful solitude


the diversity of marine life on the beach


the kids with the new climbing play structure



Seahurst Park Picnic Shelters SHELTER RESERVATIONS

Online reservations available now. Phone and in-person reservations available through Sept 30 season. Morning Half Day 9:00am–2:00pm Afternoon Half Day 3:00pm–Dusk* Full Day 9:00am–Dusk*

*Dusk between approximately 7:00pm–9:30pm

By Phone: call 206.988.3700 In-Person: at BCC, 14700 6th Ave SW Online: visit

Nori Shelter

Northern-most shelter

75 people

6 tables, 3 BBQs

Half Day: $90 / $75 RESIDENT DISCOUNT Full Day: $145 / $125 RESIDENT DISCOUNT

Coral Shelter 75 people

Central location 5 tables 3 BBQs, water

Half Day: $90 / $75 RESIDENT DISCOUNT Full Day: $145 / $125 RESIDENT DISCOUNT

Sea Star Shelter 75 people

Southern-most shelter

5 tables, 3 BBQs, water

Half Day: $90 / $75 RESIDENT DISCOUNT Full Day: $145 / $125 RESIDENT DISCOUNT

RD=Resident Discount

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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, 98166 Burien Toyota & Chevrolet Dog Park 15820 6th Ave SW, 98166


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* 422 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


Miller Creek Trail 14455 Des Moines Memorial Dr, 98148


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




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Disney’s The Little Mermaid

September 9–24 Saturdays 7:30pm, Sundays 1:30pm School Show: Thur, Sept 14, 9am. Email us for info about bringing your student group! Highline Perf. Arts Ctr, 401 S 152nd St. $12-$25 All ages (no babes in arms). Children should be able sit for 75 min. One intermission. Ariel, King Triton’s youngest daughter, wishes to pursue the human Prince Eric in the world above, bargaining with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to trade her tail for legs. Ariel needs the help of her friends, Flounder the fish, Scuttle the seagull and Sebastian the crab.

Dance, Theatre & Improv Classes Classes start in October

Burien Annex, 14501 4th Ave SW, Ages 4 & up Develop your theatre and dance skills, your ability to speak up in school and your creativity all while having fun! Classes include Dance for Musical Theatre, Tap, Musical Theatre Playhouse, Footlights and Improvisation.

Open Auditions for the Hi-Liners Winter Show

Late September/Early October

The Burien Annex, 14501 4th Ave SW, Ages 7–18 Be part of a nurturing environment as we prepare a 75 min. musical. Auditions are “no tears” workshop style designed to support the new and experienced performer. Details announced in September.


Burien Actors Theatre, Annex to Burien Community Center, 4th Ave SW & SW 146th Fee: Tickets $7-20; special deals on first weekend of each production Contact information: 206.242.5180

Ben Butler, a comedy-historical drama September 29 – October 22

A look at a key decision in the Civil War. It’s part comedy, part historical drama and part biography, often all at once, and sometimes none of those—just call it splendid.

The Christmas Carol Rag,


NORTHWEST ASSC. ARTS, 206.246.6040,

Monthly Music and Art Walk Friday, September 1st, 6–9pm

On SW 152nd St between 4th and 10th Ave SW Businesses in downtown Burien will host local artists and musicians for our last art walk of the season. All ages, family friendly, free to all!

BURIEN ARTS September 23, 3:00 – 11:00pm

Various Olde Burien Venues on SW 152nd $25/person for all 6 venues A day-long celebration of America’s original art form featuring 21 bands in 5 venues, plus classic jazz films.

Gary Stroutsos, Flute Artist

Wednesday, October 18, 7:00 – 8:30pm

Burien Library Multipurpose Room 400 SW 152nd St, Free “An Evening with Gary Stroutsos” is an “in the moment” live performance that showcases Gary’s diverse flute music, his one-of-a-kind flute collection and many stories.

Vision 20/20

Saturday, November 18, 6:30 – 11:00pm

Burien Comm Center, 14700 6th Ave SW, Free Local artists each create 20 small works on sale for $40 each. Participants browse the art works displayed on walls. A bell rings and there is a mad scramble to grab favorites. Hors d’oeuvres and raffle add extra fun to the night. Benefit artists and the Burien Arts Assc.

Pop-Up Gallery – Art Opening

First Friday of the month, August, October & December, 5:30pm – 7:30 PM

Burien City Hall, 3rd Floor Lobby 400 SW 152nd Street, Free The gallery is open year around, 8am – 5pm The Pop-Up Gallery features Northwest artists using various mediums and styles. Pop-up Gallery features one artist per show. Meet and chat with the artist at the Art Opening.



Family Concert

Written by Norman Allen, Ebenezer Scrooge has been recast as an embittered woman named Evelyn and moved to a New York City sweatshop in this delightfully irreverent musical take on the Dickens classic.

Highline Perf. Arts Ctr, 401 S 152nd St, $12-$20 Visuals by Adrian Wyard to accompany performance of “Pictures at an Exhibition” by Modest Mussorgsky. For tickets: call Brown Paper Tickets at (800) 838-3006, or online at


Register Now! 206.988.3700 or

Glendale Lutheran Church, 13455 2nd Ave SW All four of NWAA’s Artistic Directors lead an open sing for all community members. Join us for an hour of singing together under some of the most talented conductors in our region!

Auditions through September by appointment, Rehearsals begin Sept 12

Burien Jazz Walk

a musical comedy November 24 – December 17


Sunday, September 10, 2:00 pm

Auditions for Youth Choruses

Friday, October 27, 7:30pm


Dues $250/year in advance, $140 per concert, or $35 per month, Scholarships are available. Grades 3–5 contact Grades 6–12 contact

Auditions for ChoralSounds NW Auditions by appointment starting Sept 12. Rehearsals: Tues, 7–9:15pm

Age 17+, Membership dues are $180 per year, or $90 per concert. Scholarships are available. Email

Auditions for Senior Chorus

Auditions by appointment thru Sept. Dues are $90/year. Open to any retired individual with previous experience singing in an ensemble who are free during the daytime for rehearsal. Contact Paula Hawkins, 206.719.1179,

NWAA Christmas Concert Saturday, December 9, 2pm Sunday, December 10, 2pm

Highline Perf. Arts Center, 401 S 152nd St. $20–$25, 17 and under free with paid adult. Featuring all of the NWAA’s musical family in celebration of holiday choral traditions from around the world. Seven ensembles, 180+ singers age 8 to 88.


MomentumDanceAcademy, 206.242.1239

Dance Classes Start Sept 5

15811 Ambaum Blvd SW, #160, Ages 2.5–Adult Dance Classes in Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Contemporary, Tap, Hip Hop, Musical Theater and Tumbling.

The Nutcracker

Sat., December 2, 2:00pm & 6:00pm

Highline Perf. Arts Center, 401 S 152nd St, $25 Enjoy an evening of magic and wonder in the holiday dance classic.

Christmas Time is Here

December 18 & 19, 7:00pm

Highline Perf. Arts Ctr, 401 S 152nd St, $18 A festive evening of dance for all ages.

Free Online Registration!

Un Centro para Eventos con la Familia

A Center for All Occasions Wedding Receptions // Reunions Retirement Parties // Dances

Corporate Parties // Baptisms

Birthday Parties // Baby Showers …and much more!

If 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 or 206.988.3700 or visit

Burien Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW • 206.988.3700 •

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Moshier Holiday



Saturday, December 2nd 10:00am–3:00pm Moshier Art Center 430 S 156th St, Burien Twice a year the potters at the Moshier Community Art Center gather to sell their handmade wares. Come to this amazing sale to find hundreds of items such as mugs, bowls, serving dishes, casseroles, garden art, jewelry, planters, and more! Come early for the best selection. Cash or checks only. 






LOS MIÉRCOLES DE 6:30–7:40PM EN CENTRO COMUNITARIO DE BURIEN Disfrute este programa tan popular patrocinado por la Clínica de Sea Mar en colaboración con el Departamento de Parques de Burien. Aprenda a estirarse, relajarse y estar saludable. Está abierto para jóvenes y adultos. Otras clases también se proveen, clases de cocina y diabetes. Por favor llamar a Edgar Lopez para registrarse. 206-812-6171

Ven a celebrar la tradición de honrar a nuestros antepasados y familias.



Artesanías Ofrendas



Cuentos Música Tradicional

y Mucho Más!

Servicios humanos disponibles

LUNES: 1:00 – 5:00 P.M.

Viernes, 3 de Noviembre Community Center 14700 6th Ave SW 6:00-9:00PM Burien

Arte por Nancy Salguero McKay

¿En qué le podemos ayudar?


Mediante este programa, Sea Mar proporciona servicios gratuitos en inglés y en español a los adultos mayores de 55 años y personas discapacitadas mayores de 18 años con ingresos limitados y que viven en el Condado de King. El objetivo es localizar recursos de la comunidad dentro del Condado de King, que pueden ayudar a las personas mayores a mantener una alta calidad de vida.


PRSRT STD US Postage PAID Permit #5859 Seattle, WA

City of Burien 14700 6th Ave SW Burien, WA 98166


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BURIEN COMMUNITY CENTER 14700 6TH AVE SW, BURIEN Join us to learn about fall risk and ways to prevent falls in people of all ages. There will be interactive presentations by experts in fall prevention, helpful demonstrations, and excellent information provided by organizations around Burien that can assist with fall prevention. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Register by calling 206.988.3700 or visit

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