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This summer, the Northwest Maritime Center is offering a variety of sailing programs for youth and adults. Classes range from one-day, introductory programs to full certification courses and weeklong trips. File photo by Tristan Hiegler

Get out on the water this summer

Sailing, rowing and more available for kids, adults water that’s not there on the land. You’re in the moment From her office window when you’re on the water. in the Northwest Maritime You’re responsible for yourCenter (NWMC), Carolyn self,” she said. “Our health “Ace” Spragg can see the as a planet depends on the sunlight shimmering on the ocean.” waters off Point Hudson and The NWMC hosts a varithe ships gliding through ety of summer programs, Port Townsend Bay when- with options for both kids ever she looks up. and adults. Each program While planning for the helps fulfill the center’s pricenter’s slate of summer mary missions: getting peocamps and classes, Spragg ple off dry land and out on took the time to reflect on the water, and getting kids how the ocean connects peo- involved early. ple through a greater aware“That’s the whole reason ness of the natural environ- this place exists,” she said. ment and the marine trades, “Getting youth on the water while allowing people to is the best way to get adults experience something new. on the water.” “There’s a rhythm to the By Tristan Hiegler of the Leader

Youth programs

New this year is a collaborative project with the Port Townsend Marine Science Center, the Marine Science Under Sail program. Spragg said kids age 11-15 can enjoy an overnight cruise on a 26-foot sailboat while learning both boating and marine science. She said a sailing instructor and a science instructor will be aboard, which benefits the science education sides of things because it allows students to access portions of the marine environment they simply couldn’t from shore. “We’ve been trying to come up with ways to get the

marine science on the water. This is an attempt to pool our resources to the benefit of both [the NWMC’s and the Science Center’s] camp populations.” The Marine Science Under Sail program costs $250 and is scheduled for July 6-7. Several other overnight programs are planned throughout the summer, including a late July cruise to Mystery Bay for ages 11-15, July 20-21, $225. Youth age 12 and up can step aboard the schooner Martha for extended sailtraining trips to various regattas and events, starting on June 6. They can enjoy

environmental activities, kayaking and hiking while learning how to raise sails and hoist the anchor. Trips can last three to seven days, with one 13-day trip planned to the Gulf Islands and Desolation Sound in early September. Costs range from $600 to $2,000 for the extended trip. Spragg said the NWMC encourages kids to participate in the Messing About in Boats and Learn to Sail programs. She said many members of the high school sailing teams got their start in the programs and volunteer as instructors in the summer. “All of the teams

started in the youth Learn to Sail program. It’s quite a sailing legacy – we’re very proud of it,” she said. Learn to Sail starts June 24, with three-hour classes for five consecutive days. Age ranges vary from 8-12 to 10-18; classes cost $180. Rowing classes are also available from the independent Rat Island Rowing and Sculling Club. Its boats are housed at the NWMC and its programs operate out of that facility. Erica Delma, Jefferson County YMCA program director, said she joined the program after moving to the area in 2003, with the club See Sailing, Page C14▼

Jump into summer swimming at Mountain View cityofpt.us/pool.htm. People who are interested in taking a lifeguard training class can call the YMCA at 385-5811 for information and registration.

By Viviann Kuehl for the Leader

Get ready to jump in the pool this summer with a full slate of classes and activities, including synchronized swimming classes for youth and adults. In the newly refurbished Mountain View Pool at Mountain View Commons in Port Townsend, there also are more predictable options available. Open swims are scheduled, and classes for all ages are offered through the YMCA. A schedule of weekly pool activities is available at

Synchro swimming

A special six-week Synchronized Swimming for Youth class is being taught by swim instructor Rowen Matkins, head coach for Port Townsend’s synchronized swimming and comSwimmers Keira Matkins and Tanner Matthew enjoy time in the pool. The petitive swimming teams, on Mountain View Pool is offering some special classes, YMCA programs Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30-7 p.m. Students must and open swim times this summer. Photo by Richard Wille pass a swim test at the

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be published this summer,” Matkins said. “It’s the first time curriculum will be taught from the book.” The synchro class is offered at a session price, not a punch card or drop-in price; call the Y for more information. For adults, Matkins is teaching classes designed to meet particular needs. She also offers private swim lessons for adults and children at any level, and one-on-one rehab sessions or exercise for those with physical limitations, all through the YMCA. See POOL, Page C14▼

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equivalent of the Red Cross’ level four, but age is not a factor. Synchronized swimming combines elements of dance, gymnastics and swimming to create a breathtakingly beautiful sport, said Matkins. This youth class focuses on artistry and choreography, flexibility and good basic swimming techniques as well as synchronized swimming skills. “One of the really exciting pieces about this course is I will be premiering Simply Synchro by Lynn Hovde and Nancy Speser, a book to

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Summer Theater Camps & Workshops June 17- Aug 7

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Arts & Crafts DROP IN & DRAW at Dotti Holland Studio’s open studio sale. Kids & adults welcome. Every Saturday, May -July, any time between 11 am-3 pm. Celebrate color from the garden in a working studio. $5 per session. 53 Mediterranean Street, intersecting S. Discovery Road. dottihollandstudios@ yahoo.com YMCA, SUNFIELD, COUNTY REC & JEFFERSON CO. LIBRARY have additional arts & crafts camps, activities. See listings, below, for more information.

Sports & Fitness

MarinE Biology CaMp

(ages 9-13) July 22-26 Dive into science! Spend a week discovering where marine animals live and how they survive on the shore and in the sea.

New! MarinE sCiEnCE undEr sail

Coastal ExplorErs

(ages 8-12) July 8-12 This is the perfect camp for nature-loving kids who want to explore it all – beach, meadow and forest.

(ages 11-15) July 6-7 Explore the marine science of Port Townsend Bay under sail on this overnight adventure. Use hands-on science equipment aboard a 26-ft Thunderbird sailboat. In collaboration with the NW Maritime Center. Call 360.385. 3628, ext. 103 to sign up.

Junior ExplorErs

(ages 5-7) June 24-28 (AM session only) or Aug. 5-9 (AM & PM sessions) Spend a week exploring and discovering marine and coastal life – animals, plants and secrect spots. Choose between a morning or afternoon camp.

For more info, go to www.ptmsc.org or call 360.385.5582.

Summer Fun with County Rec!!

AIKIDO AT THE DOJO. YOUTH CLASS: ages 10 -14, Mondays, 4:30 pm. TEEN & ADULT CLASS: ages 15 & up, Monday, Wednesday, Friday evenings. Youth: $30 mo., adult: $40 mo. Located in Boat Haven on Sims Way, across from Henery Hardware. 360385-1457, www.aikidoporttownsend. com EVERGREEN FITNESS: SUMMER STUDENT $99 MEMBERSHIP. Must have student ID. The sooner you purchase, the better the deal. Membership good through September 1. www.evergreenfitness.net JUNIOR GOLF CAMPS instructed by Gabriel Tonan. June 18, 19 & 20; July 23, 24 & 25; August 20, 21 & 22. 9 am-12 noon. Instruction on swing, short game, putting & etiquette. Fee: $45; includes lunch. Pre-register at Port Townsend Golf Club or call 360-3854547 by Saturday before classes begin. KAREN’S STABLES ACCOMMODATES HORSE LOVERS. Lessons, trail rides, boarding & training. Horsey Girl playdays for girls (& boys) ages 12 & under. Come to learn & enjoy a safe equine experience. 2823 Hastings Ave. Info & scheduling: 360379-1513, www.karensstables.com RAT ISLAND ROWING: SUMMER CLASSES. Rowers ages 17 -77+, regardless of skill, are invited to take a class. Join us in this healthy life-long activity & become part of our vibrant community of rowers. Call Erica Delma at 360-385-3171 or email RIRSC.learn2row@gmail.com. www.ratislandrowing.citymax.com/index TWISTERS GYMNASTICS. All ages, all levels, recreational to competitive, including parent-tot, adult & teen. Twisters is a nonprofit organization keeping gymnastics alive in Port Townsend. Visit us on the 2nd floor of the Post Office building. 360-531-0748, twistersgymnasticsandtumbling.com YMCA, COUNTY REC & JEFFERSON CO. LIBRARY have additional sports, fitness & dance camps, activities. See listings, below, for more information.

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Music PERFECTLY PATIENT PIANO PROFESSIONAL right here in Port Townsend. Piano is fun & inspiring when you learn from a teacher who knows that everyone (that means you) learns differently. Instruction is customized to your needs so you can achieve your greatest music potential. Over 30 years of teaching success. Join this busy studio today. Only 3 openings. Call Jennifer Pipia, 360-379-8086. PIANO LESSONS. For children & adults; beginning & intermediate levels. Begin your music adventure this summer & receive your starter book, music notebook & “Piano Explorer” magazine free! Call Pat Bomar at 360-379-9262 or email frog@olympus.net PLAY PIANO BY EAR. Beginner & intermediate levels. Master chord patterns so you can easily play music with others & accompany yourself while singing. Instructor Heidi Mattern will help you discover your unique path toward musical fluency. $30 per hour; $100 for a series of 4 one-hour sessions. Port Townsend. Call Heidi at 360-385-0695, email heidi@cozytonemusic.com or visit www.cozytonemusic.com VIOLIN & VIOLA LESSONS. All ages & levels. Awaken your music within. Instructor Lenore Vardi, internationally recognized soloist & chamber musician, has over 35 years of teaching experience. Call 206-947-9694. www. lenorevardi.com

Bible Camp FIRST PRESBYTERIAN VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. Age 3 through 5th grade. June 24 -28, 9 am-12 noon. Experience a world’s fair of different cultures at Everywhere Fun Fair VBS, where children learn that God’s love welcomes everyone. Crafts, games, snacks, music & more. First Presbyterian Church, 1111 Franklin Street. 360-385-2525. firstpres@ cablespeed.com. www.fpcpt.org

Woodworking PORT TOWNSEND SCHOOL OF WOODWORKING & PRESERVATION TRADES offers weekend, 1-week, 2-week & 12-week courses on woodworking, cabinetmaking, furnituremaking, historic preservation & traditional woodcrafts. Building 315 at Fort Worden. 360-344-4455. www.ptwoodschool.com SEE ALSO BOAT BUILDING, below.

Ravens Wing Camps RAVENS WING NATURE CAMPS. Ages 7-12. Adventure & exploration into the beautiful forests, meadows & waters of Fort Worden, North Beach & Cappys Trails. Nature-inspired games, edible & medicinal plants, tracking, storytelling, tide-pooling, cooking over fire, team building, music & fun! July 16 -20, 10 am-3 pm: PLANTS, POTIONS & LOTIONS. Learn about local healing & edible plants & create potions from Rose Elixirs, Sunshine-Infused Teas to Soothing Salves. July 23 -26, 10 am-3 pm with optional overnight: SCOUT CAMP. Learn the way of the scout through games of stealth & camouflage, leaving no trace, fire making, shelter building & primitive skills. August 19 -23, 10 am-3 pm: PLANT CRAFT & WILD BERRY COOKOUT. Make something useful or something beautiful from a cedar bracelet to a fire-burned bowl – it’s your choice - all from our amazing local plants. Contact NICOLE LARSON, 360-301-1018, ravenswingschool@gmail.com

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HATHA YOGA: ALIGNMENT, BREATH & VINYASA with Shayann Hoffer. Tuesdays, 9 -10:30 am at Room to Move: www.roomtomoveyoga.com. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:15 -6:30 pm at Madrona Mind Body: www.madronamindbody.com. Join in these classes to expand awareness using breath, body & thought; elements to reflect & refine ourselves. Drop-ins welcome, or preregister for savings. More info at www. shayann.massageplanet.com

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COME PRACTICE YOGA with Karyn Stillwell Temple. Ongoing vinyasa yoga classes at Room to Move & Port Townsend Athletic Club. Also, join Karyn for Community Yoga by donation at Room to Move, first Saturday of every month, 9 am. Check out website for current schedule, www.stillwellyoga. com

TENDER PAWS YOGA STUDIO. All levels & ages are welcome. Come join us for our summer classes. Our lovely small studio is tucked between gardens & trees at the top of Umatilla. Schedule & class descriptions at www. tenderpawsyoga.com

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Sunfield Day Camps ALL SUNFIELD CAMPS center around arts & farm-based traditional & primitive skills. Half & full day options, weekly enrollment available. Waldorf teachers & guest instructors. Call Sunfield at 360-385-3658. For registration, full descriptions & staff bios, visit www. sunfieldfarm.org EXPLORERS CAMPS. Ages 7 -12. Camps held throughout the summer. July 8 -12: NATURE STUDIES & SURVIVAL SKILLS with Scott Brinton & CedarRoot Staff. July 15 -19: CAMP PLAYGROUND: FUN WITH BODY, COMMUNITY & EARTH, with Nala Walla. July 22 -26: FIBER & FELTING: DESIGN & MAKE YOUR OWN FELT HAT with Natalia Robinson. July 29 -August 2: ADVANCED SURVIVAL SKILLS with Scott Brinton & CedarRoot Staff. August 5 -9: PIONEER CAMP with Isolde Perry. August 12 -16. PLANTS, HERBS, CRAFTS, REMEDIES & RECIPES with Isolde Perry. www.sunfieldfarm.org FARM AFTERNOONS CAMP with Beth Ann O’Dell. Ages 6 -12. July 8 -August 15, Monday -Thursday afternoon sessions. Meet the animals, work & play on the farm. www.sunfieldfarm. org SEEDLINGS: FARM-BASED KINDER CAMP with Rosaletta Curry. Ages 4 -6, week-long sessions, July 8 -August 16. www.sunfieldfarm.org SHEPHERDS 4H CAMP with Helen Curry. Ages 9 -14. Tuesdays & Wednesdays, July 9 -August 11. Includes showing sheep & goats at Jefferson County Fair. www.sunfieldfarm.org SUNFIELD FARM TOURS! July 8 -August 16, Monday, Wednesday & Friday; 10 am-12 noon. All ages including adults! Meet the animals & enjoy the farm. Perfect outing for grandchildren, out-of-town guests. Call 360-3855358 to reserve. www.sunfieldfarm.org

County Rec KINDER CAMP. Ages 4 -5. Camps are each 2 days long, 9 am-1 pm. JULY 1 & 2, Rec Center. JULY 3 & 4, Rec Center. AUGUST 12 & 13, HJ Carroll Park. AUGUST 15 & 16, HJ Carroll Park. www.countyrec.com SIGN UP NOW FOR FALL SOCCER. Sign up by July 22 for the early-bird discount, $52, or register by August 5, $57. After August 5 late registration fee, $67. www.countyrec.com SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP. Ages 6 -13. July 15 -18, 9 am-1 pm. A great camp for learning the fundamentals of basketball. This camp helps to prepare players for game play through drills that improve techniques in dribbling, shooting, passing & other basics. Fee: $69. www.countyrec.com THEMED SUMMER DAY CAMPS. Ages 6 -10. All camps are Monday -Friday, 9 am-4 pm, with flexible & extended day options. June 17 -21: OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP at HJ Carroll Park. June 24 -28: FOOD & FUN CAMP at the Rec Center. July 8 -12: ART & AQUATICS CAMP I at the Rec Center. July 22 -26: KID FIT CAMP at the Rec Center. July 29 -August 2: ART & AQUATICS CAMP II at the Rec Center. August 5 -9: OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CAMP II at HJ Carroll Park. Check our website for more details. www.countyrec.com

KCPT Acting Camps SUMMER ACTING CAMP — AGES 4 -7. July 22 -26. 10 am-1 pm. Tuition $100 with some scholarships & family discounts available. Preregistration required. Call Key City Public Theatre at 379-0195. www.keycitypublictheatre. org SUMMER ACTING CAMP — AGES 8 -12. July 15 -19. 10 am-3 pm. Tuition $250 with some scholarships & family discounts available. Preregistration required. Call Key City Public Theatre at 360-379-0195. www.keycitypublictheatre.org See activities, Page 3▼

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See website or stop by the Rec Center for our open door policy 620 Tyler St., Uptown Port Townsend.

Questions about these or other County Rec Programs, please call 385-2221 or email Jess Winsheimer jwinsheimer@countyrec.com or check our website:

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Concerts in the Barn

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Summer Hours at the Rec Center June 17 - Aug. 31

June 29 thru Sept. 1, 2013

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▼Continued from page 2 SUMMER ACTING INTENSIVE I. Ages 13 -19. July 8 -12, 10 am-3 pm. Tuition $250 with some scholarships & family discounts available. Preregistration required. Call Key City Public Theatre at 360-379-0195. www.keycitypublictheatre.org

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SUMMER ACTING INTENSIVE II. Ages 13 -19. July 15 -19, 3:30 -6 pm. Participation in previous week’s Acting Intensive required. Tuition $85. Call Key City Public Theatre at 360-3790195. www.keycitypublictheatre.org

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Chameleon Theater ADVENTURES IN ACTING. Ages 5 -8, August 5 -7, 10 am-12 noon. A safari in Africa to a canoe trip to the Grand Canyon. Lasers & swords to dinosaurs & frozen popsicles. This camp puts the adventure in acting. Ends with a workshop presentation. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com

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CIRCUS ARTS! Ages 9 -13, July 15 -19, 10 am-1 pm. Run away to join the circus, but you get to come home. Kids learn: aerial silks, trapeze, stilts, unicycling, juggling & physical comedy. Ends with a workshop presentation. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com CLOWN COLLEGE. Ages 9 -13. June 17 -21, 2 -5 pm. Kids learn the fun of being funny. Really. Doesn’t require makeup, but instead knowing a little about people & understanding timing. This class ends with a workshop presentation. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com DRAMABUGS. Ages 3 -5, July 1, 2 & 3, 10 -11:30 am. My youngest ever class of theater adventurists; includes storytelling (both from me & them), costume work, dramatic play & theater games. And yes, there is a workshop presentation at the end. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com FULL PLAY! Ages 9 -13, June 24 -28, 10 am-3 pm. The Royal Court is the set for the James Thurber play, Many Moons. The Princess wants the moon; the Court tries & fails. Her friend, the Jester, comes to the rescue. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com IMPROVADULTS. Ages 18 & up, June 24 -28, 7 -8:30 pm. Discover the secret to improv that makes it easy to do, or come to sharpen your skill & wit. This fun-filled week ends with a workshop presentation. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com MINIPROV I. Ages 10 -12. July 1, 2 & 3, 2 -4 pm, Leave your thinking hat at the door! Kids enjoy theater games & learn to have fun while following rules that don’t seem like rules. Ends with a workshop presentation. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com MINIPROV II. Ages 8 -10, August 5 -7, 2 -5 pm. This is exactly like Miniprov I…not really! How can two improv camps be the same? They can’t. Ends with a workshop presentation. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com

Embracing the theater

Programs offered by the Port Townsend Children’s Theater (held at the Chameleon Theater) are open to all. Theater and drama build confidence and character through personal participation. All classes, camps and workshops are noncompetitive and designed for novices through advanced actors. Pictured here are young actors Liz Dennison (left) and Hannah Bahls rehearsing a scene at the Chameleon Theater. Submitted photo RADIO LIVE! ON KPTZ. Ages 9 -13, June 17 -21, 10 am-1 pm. Your child in a brand new live-action drama like the old, old days. Rehearsed all week & performed at the theater. Children may improvise, or read from the script. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com SHAKESPEARE SPEAKS! Ages 10 & up, June 17 -21, 7 -8:30 pm, Understand monologue technique. Learn to say what you mean in this class devoted to the bard. Learn this one technique now & do this for the rest of your theater life. The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com

YMCA Camps, Activities AQUATICS AT MOUNTAIN VIEW POOL. Ongoing. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 7 -8 am: DEEP WATER EXERCISE. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8 -9 am: AQUA ZUMBA. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9 -10 am: BALANCE & MOVEMENT. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10 -11 am: PRE/POST NATAL EXERCISE. Mondays & Wednesdays, 5:30 -7 pm: YOUTH SYNCHRONIZED SWIM. Registration required. 20 sessions: $160; 10 sessions: $80. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available.

TAKE IT TO THE STREETS! Ages 13 -18, July 15 -19, 7 -8:30 pm. “Guerilla Theater Actorvists” create a “mission” & carry it out on the streets of Port Townsend (or elsewhere). Literally, anything is possible. What’s your great idea? The Chameleon Theater, 360774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com

GOLF TOURNAMENT at Port Townsend Golf Club. June 22, 8:30 am shotgun start. 4-person scramble (gross & net). $40 per player, add $12 for non-club members. Entry fee includes hot lunch, cash tournament prizes & tee prizes. Come help support your YMCA & have a great day on the course! Contact YMCA at 360-3855811, or stop by Port Townsend Golf Club to register.

THE PLAY’S THE THING! Ages 9 -13, July 15 -19, 2 -5 pm. My trademark camp. Kids create an original play, rehearse it & perform it at week’s end in a workshop presentation. (Reading not required.) The Chameleon Theater, 360-774-2202, www.theschoolforyoungactors.com

OLYMPIC-STYLE FENCING at Mountain View Gym. Youth & adults. 6-week sessions starting June 18. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 3:30 -4:30 pm. No experience necessary, all equipment provided. $120 both days or $65 for one day. Contact YMCA at 360385-5811. TEEN CAMP: BIKES. Ages 10 -18. July 1, 2, 3 & 5. This camp will be a combination of mountain bike trail riding with the Orca mountain bike team & road biking with Chauncery from the ReCyclery. Contact YMCA at 360-3855811. Financial assistance available.

TEEN CAMP: BUILD IT. Ages 10 -18. June 17 -21. If you like to tinker & build things, this camp is for you. Lego robotics, claymation, found art pieces & repurposing junk to turn into treasures. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. TEEN CAMP: CANOE. Ages 10 -18. August 12 -16. Canoe down the Hood Canal from Port Townsend to the Dosewallips, camping & having fun along the way. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available.

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TEEN CAMP: DANCE. Ages 10 -18. June 24 -28. Learn different kinds of dance, from hip-hop to Nia. In cooperation with O’Meara Dance Studio. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. TEEN CAMP: FENCING & ARCHERY. Ages 10 -18. July 8 -12. This is a fun combination of Olympic-style fencing & archery that will focus on technique & having fun. Contact YMCA at 360-3855811. Financial assistance available. TEEN CAMP: HIKING & BACKPACKING. Ages 10 -18. July 22 -26. Explore the Olympic Mountains the way they were supposed to be seen: on foot! We will start with a day hike & then spend the next three nights under the stars. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. TEEN CAMP: IRON CHEF. Ages 10 -18. July 15 -19. Each day we will start at a local farm & take the bounty back to the kitchen, where we will play with flavors & have friendly competitions. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. See activities, Page 12▼

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Horse Partners, a program developed by the Jefferson Equestrian Association (JEA) in partnership with Camp Beausite Northwest, is offering classes this summer for children with disabilities and others who would benefit from therapeutic riding. Mary Craft Nepute, who is certified as a Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship (PATH) international instructor, offers the classes at no cost to riders. Classes take place at Heron Pond Farm, 152 Douglas Way, Port Townsend, on six Tuesday afternoons, beginning on June 25. Each class can accommodate as many as four riders. A number of children from Jumping Mouse Children’s Center have filled up a class for at-risk youths, there are openings for children 6-18 with disabilities. Horse Partners also is looking for volunteers to assist riders in tacking and mounting, as well as side walking, if the rider needs

assistance. Volunteers are trained, and classes are conducted according to therapeutic riding principles established by PATH. Horse Partners’ focus is to try to enhance the ability of each rider, with the goal of having children become independent riders. JEA members hope to build an arena and wheelchair-accessible facilities at the horse park, so that they can expand and continue this program. For information on how to volunteer or sign up for a lesson, contact Linda Mattos at 385-5837 or 301-5723.

The Jefferson Equestrian Association plans to offer riding classes this summer for children with disabilities. A planned arena would be wheelchair accessible. Photo by Candy Raab

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Sailing: Adult programs offered too officially forming in 2005. “In late July or early August, we will have an introductory session for Junior Rowers, ages 12-plus,” Delma wrote in an email. “The mission of the Rat Island Rowing and Sculling Club is to provide opportunity to youth and adults in the greater Port Townsend community to learn and improve sweep and scull rowing skills through recreational and competitive rowing programs, and to preserve and celebrate the legacy of traditional wooden racing shells.” More information about the club can be found at

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Yoga is an ancient art that helps the practitioner, or yogi, move into a more realized and often healthier relationship with their current individual body. Life is a gift we didn’t create. A miracle happening to us right now, even when the right now is in transition or uncomfortable. Through the practice of yoga the awareness that we are not only one local body but also the specific expression of the totality in body develops and grows until it sees itself as the pre-existing truth of who we really are. At Tenderpaws Nöle and Gary teach what we call Lila Yoga. This is “the Yoga of Divine Play where the opposites hold hands, hold each other inside of one heart.” Both Nöle and Gary teach a gentle but deep form of yoga combining breath work, movement or asana, meditation and sound as well as offerings that come from their personal practice. Nöle is a level 3 certified i-Rest teacher. She specializes in Yoga Nidra for emotional as well as physical life challenges. Gary continues his work with illness and injury recovery begun at the Hospital. Lila Yoga is safe for all levels all bodies and all ages.

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For adults hoping to master sailing and other marine activities, Spragg said plenty of options are available. Weekly adult Learn to Sail programs kick off June 14. The three-hour classes are held every Friday until Aug. 30, cost $60, and provide an introduction to the basics of sailing. For those interested in more advanced sailing education, or getting their keelboat certification, weekend classes are available for $300 and $400. “Once they learn to sail, they can join the Thunderbird Club,” Spragg said. For $125 a month, club members can access one of two NWMC boats and take them out when they’re not being used for classes. “It’s an answer to the question ‘I’ve learned to sail, now what?’” Spragg said. “We’re really just trying to get people out on the water. We live in a beautiful spot. Port Townsend looks great from the water.” To encourage locals and tourists to see the city from out on the bay, Spragg said

Learn to row this summer, like these participants in the 2012 Wooden Boat Festival, with the Northwest Maritime Center or the Rat Island Rowing and Sculling Club. File photo by Tristan Hiegler

the NWMC is continuing a tour program in which a 30-foot motorboat is taken past the downtown Port Townsend waterfront. She said the short cruises are piloted by volunteers, and the fee is a suggested donation only. It’s a good opportunity to see the city and learn some of its history, she added. “We just cruise town and see Port Townsend from the water and tell a little bit of the history,” she said. “We had over 400 people do it last year. That’s over 400 people that wouldn’t have gotten on the water otherwise.” Spragg said the tour is great for families with small children. It ran July to

August last year and should start when the weather warms up this year. Spragg said the programs at the NWMC offer children and adults a sense of independence by giving them the tools to master boating on their own terms. “It’s a wonderful, great way to have an appreciation for our natural environment. We are all connected to the water,” Spragg said. “It’s a very empowering thing to kids to get themselves from one place to another in a boat.” To register for NWMC programs or to learn more, visit nwmaritime.org/programs or call 385-3628, ext. 104.

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Pool: Classes, open swim Aquatic therapy

building and flexibility with just a splash of Esther Williams thrown in. It’s held 7-8 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Balance and Movement class, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 10 a.m., is tailored for those rehabilitating from injury, or those new to water exercise who want an easy, low-impact class. It offers a gentle workout that focuses on increased flexibility and support for the joints while building core strength, Pre/postnatal Water Aerobics is designed for prenatal or postnatal women who want a safe and effective way to stay in shape. A doctor’s release note is required prior to participation in this class, which focuses on increasing or maintaining strength and flexibility while enjoying the relaxing nature of the water. This class takes place 10-11 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Aqua Zumba instructor Nancy Speser brings a Latin YMCA classes The Jefferson County flair to this popular water YMCA is offering several exercise program, which is classes in partnership with on Tuesdays and Thursdays, the pool, including Deep H2O from 8 to 9 a.m. These classes are offered aerobics class, a weightless, no-impact workout using flo- on a drop-in basis. Cost of tation belts, for all levels, pool entry is included in the designed for cardio, strength class fee. Punch cards are Many physicians and therapists recommend aquatic therapy because it can provide benefits not possible with other treatments and advance individuals to a higher level of muscle fitness and mobility sooner, Matkins said. Water exercise and therapy offer advantages over land-based exercise and therapy. Buoyancy provided by the water allows class participants to move more easily with decreased stress on muscles, joints and bones while increasing flexibility and balance, according to Matkins. The resistance of the water allows for higher workout intensities with less impact on the body. The “support” received from the water makes exercising easier and less painful, allowing exercise sessions to last longer without increased effort or joint or muscle pain, she said.

available through the YMCA office at Mountain View Commons, 1925 Blaine St., Suite 108. Cost is $160 for a 20-visit card, $85 for a 10-visit card or $10 per session (check must be made payable to YMCA). No cash payments can be taken on the day of the class at the pool. Financial assistance is available for all YMCA programs. To register, contact the Y at 385-5811 or online at jeffersoncountyymca.org.

Open swim

Open swim rates for the Mountain View Pool are free for ages 3 and younger; $4 for ages 4-17, those older than 62 and disabled persons; and $5 for ages 18-61, with discounts for multipleentry cards. For a schedule and cost details, see cityofpt.us/pool.htm.

Saltwater option

Playing around in saltwater is also a time-honored, no-cost, fun summer activity that’s widely available. Find a place where the sea comes in over a tide flat for the warmest water, watch out for sharp oyster shells and enjoy discovering the fascinating forms of sea life.


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STORYTIME: TODDLERS. Ages 12 - 30 months. Mondays, 10:15 am. A storytime for children featuring movement, music, puppets & fingerplays as well as flannel stories & the reading of short books written with toddlers in mind. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info

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Jefferson Co. Library 2013 SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT THE JEFFERSON COUNTY LIBRARY features reading, activities, prizes & events. Participants will receive a reading record in order to keep track of their reading & participation. Time spent listening to audio books, reading aloud to others & being read to all count towards your total. Reading records will be available at the library & on the bookmobile beginning Monday, June 17. All Jefferson County Library events are free & open to the public. For more information, call 360-385-6544 or visit www.jclibrary. info/about/events 2013 SUMMER READING PROGRAM KICK-OFF! June 17, 4:30 -6:30 pm. Explore the newly remodeled library as you register for the Summer Reading Program, “Dig into Reading.” Play board games & card games; create an Egyptian cartouche with art educator Sidonie Wilson & join the reading challenge. Light snacks provided by the Friends of the Jefferson County Library. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info CELEBRATE the GRAND OPENING of the newly remodeled Jefferson County Library. June 9, 2 -5 pm. The event will feature local performers Harmonica Pocket, the Chimacum High School Jazz Band, Jim Nyby & the Unexpected Brass Band, & Franco Bertucci & James Porter of Locust Street Taxi. Come & join the fun! DRAW CAVE ART with Catherine Motteler. All ages are welcome, including teens & adults! July 29, 2-4 pm. Visit the Children’s Room & see the “cavern” that Catherine & her daughter Anna have created this year! Add your own art by learning to draw following the style of the sophisticated work painted 40,000 years ago in the caves of Europe. GROUND BREAKING READS EVENT. July 24, 6:30 -8 pm. Local award-winning author Aaron Elkins will speak about the ins & outs of writing & share how he draws from his own experience as a forensic anthropologist. Adults & teens are welcome to attend this inspiring conversation about writing! MAGICIAN JEFF EVANS. All ages welcome. July 11, 2 pm & again at 3:30 pm. Magician Jeff Evans unearths secrets of the deep in his all-new summer spectacular! Kids, teens & adults won’t want to miss this! PUPPET THEATRE PERFORMANCE: TEARS OF JOY PUPPET THEATRE presents “Clever Quwi.” For all ages. July 17, 2 pm & again at 4 pm. “Clever Quwi: The Underground Adventures of a Trickster Guinea Pig” is a bilingual, interactive puppet show that pits the cunning Quwi against the dimwitted Zorro the fox. All ages, including adults, are welcome to this delightful performance! ReCYCLERY STAFF TEACH BIKE CARE. All ages welcome. July 10, 2 -4 pm. Basic bike maintenance & repair. Learn how to care for your bicycle from ReCyclery staff. Spread the love of bikes & biking. Bring your wheels! Tools supplied. Participants under 10 must be accompanied by an adult. Sign up at the library or call 360-385-6544 to register. STORYTIME: BABYTIME. Tuesdays, 10:30 am. A 20-minute lap-sit program featuring rhymes, baby sign language, songs & movement designed to stimulate brain development as well as enjoyment of language, books and music. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary. info STORYTIME: PRESCHOOLERS. Ages 3 -5. Wednesdays, 10:30 am. Bring your preschooler & enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays and more! 360-3856544. www.jclibrary.info

TEEN & TWEEN GAME NIGHT. Ages 9 -18. July 12, 4 -6 pm. Enjoy the library after the adults have left! Join us for board games, card games, challenges & fun for all. Yummy snacks provided by the Friends of the Jefferson County Library! Sign up at the library or call 360-385-6544 to register. www. jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: DIG IN & HANG OUT. Ages 11 -18. June 20, 3 -5 pm. Surprise! Come see what’s in store for you. ??? Fun & mystery, brought to you by your local librarians. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: DRAWING CLASS with Catherine Motteler – Remarkable Ruins. Ages 11 -18. July 24 -26, 1 -3 pm. Draw dynamic backgrounds for your graphic art, characters, & ideas. Using ancient & mysterious sites & symbols found around the world create your own land & backdrops. Sign up at the library or call 360-385-6544 to register. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: EAT DIRT — CUPCAKE ART with Kris Becker. Ages 11 -18. June 24, 2 -4 pm. Make cupcakes & explore different tools & techniques for cake decorating. Be creative. Explore your imagination with zombie hands & brain molds. Play with your food. Eat your creations! Yum. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: HIKING CLUB – Teen Field Trip. Ages 11 -18. August 8, 8 am-6 pm. Challenge yourself on this group trek up Mount Townsend. Meet at the library where a van will take us to the north trailhead. Learn about the flora & fauna of the North Olympics. Bring a lunch & have a picnic while overlooking the Hood Canal & the fabulous Olympic Mountains. Snacks provided by the Friends of the Jefferson County Library! Limited to 15 hikers. Sign up at the library or call 360-3856544 to register. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: LETTERBOXING with Teri Burroughs. Ages 9 -18. August 5 & 6, 2 pm. Letterboxing combines navigational skills & rubber stamp artistry in a charming treasure-hunt-style outdoor quest. Space is limited. Bring your own stamp or use one provided by the library. Meet at HJ Carroll Park. Sign up at the library or call 360-385-6544 to register. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: NO FEAR WRITING. Writer’s workshop with Jan Hobart. Ages 11 -18. July 9, 16 & 23, 2 -4 pm. This three-week creative writing course will awaken your powers of observation, imagination, creativity & self-reflection; introduce you to some valuable basics of the craft of writing; & take you on a tour through journalwriting, fiction & poetry. Love that writing! 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: SOLDIERS, HORSES, HEROES – ANCIENT CHINESE ART with Sidonie Wilson. Ages 11 -18. June 25, 4 pm. Learn engraving & printing techniques to create soldiers, horses & heroes modeled after the famous Chinese Terracotta Army of Xi’an (circa 210-209 BCE). Print using acrylic paints & colored card stock. Space is limited. Sign up at the library or call 360-385-6544 to register. www. jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: YAK & SNACK BOOK GROUP FOR MIDDLE GRADES I. Ages 11 -15. June 26, 12:30 -2 pm. Looking for a great read? Find out what kids your age are reading & share your favorite picks. Join others who are as interesting, cool & thoughtful as you for an afternoon of book talking & snacks. Be creative! Bring friends & meet new ones. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: YAK & SNACK BOOK GROUP FOR MIDDLE GRADES II. Ages 11 -15. July 17, 12:30 -2 pm. Find a wonderful book this summer? Want to know what others have been reading? Share your best & worst summer reads & join others for an afternoon of book talking, ideas & snacks. Bring friends & make new ones. 360-385-6544. www. jclibrary.info

TEEN EVENT: YAK & SNACK BOOK GROUP FOR MIDDLE GRADES III. Ages 11 -15. July 31, 12:30 -2 pm. Find a wonderful book this summer? Want to know what others have read? Need encouragement to finish your Reading Challenge? Share favorite summer reads & join others for an afternoon of book talking, ideas & snacks. Bring friends & make new ones. 360-3856544. www.jclibrary.info TEEN EVENT: YAY! FINISHER’S BREAKFAST. August 15, 10 -11:30 am. Did you do it? Have you completed the reading challenge? If so, YAY for you! Now come eat, drink & be merry with other Summer Reading Program finishers. Tasty breakfast fare provided by Farm’s Reach Café & the Friends of the Jefferson County Library. 360-3856544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: BOFFER CLUB. Ages 6 & older. August 2, 2 -4 pm. This will be the last monthly meeting of the Boffer Club for the summer (we’ll be back in the fall). Come swing your boffers with other energetic heroes & heroines. Attendees under 9 must be accompanied by an adult. All activity outside, weather permitting. 360-3856544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: DIG INTO BOOKS! Ages 7 -11. June 18, 2 pm. Plan your summer reading by discovering great books. Listen as librarians book-talk some of the best of the best. Join in the fun by sharing your favorites. Get inspired by looking through tables of wonderful reads! Parents invited, too! 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: DIG INTO POETRY! August 13, 2 pm. Bring a blanket, pillow & your imagination. Relax, as librarians read favorite poems from the children’s poetry collection. Participants are invited to bring their favorites to read aloud. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: FANTASTIC FOSSILS! Ages 4 -8. July 2, 1 pm & again at 2:10 pm. Is it a rock or a fossil? The Pacific Science Center brings paleontologists’ tools so you can study real fossils & learn how they were made. Space is limited to the first 32 attendees for each show. 360-3856544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: KID’S SUMMER READING FIELD DAY at H.J. Carroll Park. August 16, 2 pm. Summer Reading participants & families are invited to join library staff at H.J. Carroll Park for field games & fun! Let’s celebrate reading! 360-385-6544. www. jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: MAKE AN ANCIENT ROMAN BULLA with Sidonie Wilson. Ages 5 -12. July 16, 2 pm. A bulla was a small amulet that many Romans wore round the neck. It contained a secret, lucky charm, a spell, or a magic word. We will sew, embroider & embellish our amulet; then fill our bulla with charms & spells made of metal & glass beads. Space is limited. Kids will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Kids under 8 will need adult assistance. 360385-6544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: PACIFIC NW GEOLOGY. Ages 8 & older. July 2, 3:30 pm. Interpret rock core samples from a variety of areas around the Pacific Northwest to find clues about historical geologic events that have shaped the land around us. Space is limited to the first 32 attendees for the show. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: PRINT AN ANIENT CHINESE ARMY with Sidonie Wilson. Ages 5 -12. June 25, 2 pm. Be transported to 210 -209 BC & the world of the first Emperor of China! Create engravings of the Chinese Terracotta Army of Xi’an using acrylic paints & colored card stock. Space is limited. Children admitted on a first come, first served basis. Participants under 8 will need adult assistance. 360-385-6544. www.jclibrary.info YOUTH EVENT: READ TO ROVER. Tuesdays, July 2 -30, 10:15 -11:30 am. Young readers are invited to strengthen their reading skills by reading aloud for 15 minutes to one of the specially trained dogs in the R.E.A.D program. Space is limited. Please call 360-3856544 to register. www.jclibrary.info

Seattle Science coming to area Explore the physics of bubbles, set sail to discover microscopic pollutants, tour a shellfish hatchery and enjoy fresh raw oysters right from the source during the 2013 Seattle Science Festival, when it presents several of its signature programs on the Olympic Peninsula, June 9-16. Signature programs are designed to elevate interest and awareness of how integral science, technology, engineering and math are to Washington’s culture and prosperity. Here is a sampling: • Restoration Story: Elwha River Restoration Project Spend a day conducting field science on the Elwha River and learn about the dams and the river restoration project from historical, cultural and scientific perspectives. Bring a sack lunch. June 9, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. • Community Bubble Festival Let your inner scientist come out to play as you discover the magic of bubbles. For ages 5 and older. June 10, 6-8 p.m. • Dockside Science Aboard Adventuress Bring your students aboard the schooner Adventuress at the dock to learn about emerging issues in Puget Sound. June 10, 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. and 1-2:30 p.m.; June 11, 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. For tickets, location information and other details, visit seattlesciencefestival.org. YOUTH EVENT: ROCK WRITE CARTOONS with Sidonie Wilson. Ages 5 -12. July 9, 2 pm. A petroglyph is a carving or line drawing on rock usually made by prehistoric people. We will compare & contrast the petroglyph styles found on different continents & then create cartoons, using these rock’n prehistoric symbols. Space is limited. Kids will be admitted on a firstcome, first-served basis. Kids under 8 will need adult assistance. 360-3856544. www.jclibrary.info

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▼Continued from page 3 TEEN CAMP: LEADERSHIP. Ages 10 -18. August 5 -9. Rock climbing, kayaking, canoeing, outdoor cooking, backpacking & more await as we learn together how to be great leaders. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. TEEN CAMP: PERFORMING ARTS. Ages 10 -18. July 29 -August 2. Build a hula hoop, juggle, write songs, write & direct our own performance including theatrical jousting. This camp will take place at Fort Worden. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. TEEN CAMP: WATER SPORTS. Ages 10 -18. August 19 -23. Canoe, kayak, paddleboard & swim the end of summer away. Contact YMCA at 360-3855811. Financial assistance available. YOUTH CAMP: ANIMATION. Ages 5 -12. July 1 -3. Make mini animation projects using a variety of techniques. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: ART SMART. Ages 5 -12. July 8 -12. Create works of art in a variety of mediums. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: JURASSIC. Ages 5 -12. August 19 -23. Become a Junior Paleontologist & “dig” into dinosaurs & fossils. Contact YMCA at 360-3855811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: MOVEMENT & DANCE. Ages 5 -12. June 24 -28. Move it, shake it, fun is what you make it! A week of exploring dance & fitness fun. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: MYTH BUSTERS. Ages 5 -12. June 17 -21. Mix gleeful curiosity & old-fashioned ingenuity to create a hands-on, interactive experience. Uncover the truth behind science’s most popular myths. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: PIRATES of PORT TOWNSEND. Ages 5 -12. July 22 -26. Arrgh, Matey! Ye’ll be walking the plank if you don’t have pirate fun this week! Adventure awaits if your courage allows! Contact YMCA at 360-3855811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: ROXABOXEN. Ages 5 -12. August 5 -9. Create your own community & run your own business from your imagination. Recycling, City planning, economics & creativity all rolled into one! Contact YMCA at 360385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: SPLASH ZONE. Ages 5 -12. August 26 -30. Water, water everywhere! Get ready to get wet! Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: SURVIVOR. Ages 5 -12. August 12 -16. Do you have the skills to be a real survivor? A fastpaced, fun-filled camp. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted. YOUTH CAMP: THE GIGGLING GOURMET. Ages 5 -12. July 29 -August 2. Learn to cook like a top chef! Nutrition & fun make this a camp you won’t want to miss. Contact YMCA at 360-385-5811. Financial assistance available. DSHS accepted.

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BUILD A HEIDI SKIFF. July 27 -August 3. 8 am-5 pm. The Heidi is a beautiful, traditionally-built flat-bottom wooden skiff. Come & spend 8 days in our shops to learn the hands-on secrets of the craft. A student builder may purchase the boat at a discounted price at the end of the class. Tuition: $950, includes materials. Location: Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, Port Hadlock. To register: 360-385-4948. BUILDING THE MASTS & SPARS FOR THE SCAMP SAILBOAT. Saturday, Sunday & Monday, August 17 -19, 8 am-5 pm. You’ll build your own hollow mast for the SCAMP & will receive materials & instructions on how to build the two spars needed for the rig. Tuition: $350. Materials costs: $120. Location: Northwest Maritime Center Boatshop, Port Townsend. To register: 360-385-4948. HALF MODEL WORKSHOP. August 2 -4, 8 am-5 pm. Half models were traditionally used by wooden boatbuilders to visualize the shape of a hull they wanted to build. You will learn how we draft & loft wooden boats & will build your own pine half model. Tuition: $375, includes materials. Location: Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, Port Hadlock. To register: 360-385-4948. LOFTING WOODEN BOATS. July 15 -19. 8 am-5 pm. Lofting is the fundamental process through which boatbuilders derive the patterns with which to build boats. We’ll show you how to loft a boat through demonstrations & plenty of practical, hands-on experience. Tuition: $625, includes materials. Location: Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, Port Hadlock. To register: 360-385-4948. OAR-BUILDING WORKSHOP. July 26 -28, 8 am–5 pm. A skilled local shipwright will introduce you to the various types of oars we build for our boats here at the School. Under his expert instruction, you’ll build a pair of 7 -9 ft. traditional larch oars. Learn how to use the hand tools needed to turn square stock into a beautiful set of oars! Tuition: $375, includes materials. Location: Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, Port Hadlock. To register: 360-385-4948. PAINTING & VARNISHING – PREPARING FOR WINTER STORAGE with Diane Salguero. September 23 -27, 5:30 -8:30 pm. Diane Salguero is a skilled local finisher with over twenty years’ experience. She is an engaging & popular instructor who has recently written an article on varnishing for “Small Craft Advisor” magazine. Diane will show you the secrets of preparing, stripping, painting & varnishing your boat, spars & other materials. Demonstrations & lots of hands-on work will make this class a valuable one for anyone who appreciates a beautiful paint &/or varnish finish & wants to learn how a pro makes it happen. Diane will focus this class on preparing your boat & spars for proper winter storage (or use!) in the Pacific Northwest. Tuition: $300, includes materials. Location: Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, Port Hadlock. To register: 360-385-4948.

Port Townsend Library 2013 SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT THE PORT TOWNSEND LIBRARY. How does the Summer Reading Program work? Participants keep track of the books they read in a special reading log. Being read to or listening to audio books counts, too. Read books that are interesting & challenging, keep track of the titles, & when you have read 8 books, come in to choose your free book & enter a drawing for a new bike! Come to a SCIENCE MAGIC MONDAY event & enter the drawing to win a free Whale Watching trip to Friday Harbor! This summer we are celebrating our 100th birthday! Our programs will take place in many locations this year, so please read the calendar carefully. All events are free. Call 360-379-2980 for more information.

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PUPPET THEATER PERFORMANCE: TEARS OF JOY PUPPET THEATER presents “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.” All ages welcome. July 12, 2 pm. Family-friendly show combines humor with the science & technology imagined by Jules Verne. Carnegie Library, 1220 Lawrence St. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org READ TO ROVER at Mt. View Children’s Library. Thursdays, July 11 -August 1. 10:30 -11:45 am. Young readers are invited to improve their reading skills by reading aloud for 15 minutes to one of the specially trained dogs in the R.E.A.D. program. 360379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org SCIENCE MAGIC MONDAYS: MATHBLAST! At Mt. View Gym. Ages 9 & up. July 15, 11 -11:45 am. How do we use math in our everyday lives? This interactive show uses volunteers, games & a thrilling chemical reaction to demonstrate that math truly is a blast. Instructors are from the Pacific Science Center. Class size is limited to the first 30 to arrive. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org SCIENCE MAGIC MONDAYS: RADICAL REACTIONS! At Mt. View Gym. Ages 9 & up. July 22, 1 -1:45 pm. Chemistry explodes onto the scene with radical reactions, where flames ignite in blue & green & rainbows exist in glass tubes. Instructors are from the Pacific Science Center. Class size is limited to the first 30 to arrive. 360-3792980. ptpubliclibrary.org SCIENCE MAGIC MONDAYS: ROBOTS! At Mt. View Gym. Ages 9 & up. July 8, 2 -3:30 pm. YES, build your own Robot! Museum of Flight instructors will provide assistance as you use a robotic kit to explore the basic engineering required to build a successful terrestrial rover. A picture will be taken of you & your robot. Class size is limited to the first 35 to arrive. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org SCIENCE MAGIC MONDAYS: SUPER COOL SCIENCE SHOW! At Mt. View Gym. Ages 9 & up. July 22, 11 -11:45 pm. Discover what happens when things get super cool with liquid nitrogen! Watch as gases become liquids, liquids become solids & matter fizzes, freezes & flies. Instructors are from the Pacific Science Center. Class size is limited to the first 30 to arrive. 360-3792980. ptpubliclibrary.org SCIENCE MAGIC MONDAYS: VOLTS & JOLTS! At Mt. View Gym. Ages 9 & up. July 15, 1 -1:45 pm. Electricity is illuminated in a series of shocking experiments! Explore the properties of electricity with our hair-raising Van de Graaff Generator & Tesla Coil. Instructors are from the Pacific Science Center. Class size is limited to the first 30 to arrive. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org STORYTIME: BABY LAPSIT. Ages birth -12 months. Thursdays, 1 pm. Stories, songs, fingerplays & puppets. Library Learning Center. 360-3792980. ptpubliclibrary.org STORYTIME: PRESCHOOLERS. Ages 3 -5 years. Tuesdays, 10:30 am. Stories, songs & activities. Mt. View Commons. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org STORYTIME: TODDLERS. Ages 12 -36 months. Thursdays, 10:30 am. Stories, songs, fingerplays & a very active time. Library Learning Center. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org SUMMER READING DAY FIELD PARTY at Mt. View Commons. All ages. August 10, 2 -4 pm. Join us for an afternoon of fun fitness activities & healthy snacks! We will also announce the winners of the bikes. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org See activities, Page 13▼

The Jefferson County Fair August 9, 10, 11, 2013

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LEGO MANIA! At Mt. View Gym. Ages 6 & up. July 29, 11 -12:30 pm. Everyone is a winner in this LEGO challenge. We will supply all building materials; you bring your creativity & good humor! Class size is limited to the first 30 to arrive. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org

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“JUST RIGHT FOR YOU” at Grant St. School Library. For children entering Kindergarten & 1st grade. Wednesdays, July 10 -August 14. 10:30 -11:30 am. Special fun literacyenhanced story-times & activities. 360379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org

CELEBRATING OPENING DAY! June 21, 2 -3 pm. Magician Louie Foxx kicks off the Summer Reading program! Carnegie Library, 1220 Lawrence St. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org

The Big Show features the students of the O’Meara Dance Studio at the PT Auditorium June 15 at 2pm & 7pm • June 16 at 7pm Joan O’Meara & Erin O’Meara Artistic Directors

BUILD & SAIL THE SCAMP POCKET CRUISER with John Welsford & Howard Rice. August 5 -16. 8 am-5 pm. SCAMP is the popular, trailerable, water-ballasted sailing micro-cruiser designed by John Welsford for “Small Craft Advisor” magazine. This 11 ft. x 11 in. modern plywood boat packs in big fun on the water. You may elect to build your own boat or help build another’s boat. Tuition: $1,895, boat kit, tools, trailer & materials extra. Location: Northwest Maritime Center, Port Townsend. To register: 360-3854948.

HARMONICA POCKET celebrates the Library’s Birthday! July 26, 2 pm. Carnegie Library, 1220 Lawrence St. 360-379-2980. ptpubliclibrary.org

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Instructed by Gabriel Tonan JUNE 18, 19, 20 JULY 23, 24, 25 AUG. 20, 21, 22 Call to pre-register: 360-385-4547 or visit Port Townsend Golf Club 1948 Blaine Street

Activities Guide: Summer 2013  

The Summer Activities Guide, as published in the May 29, 2013 issue of the Port Townsend & Jefferson County Leader.

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