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General Activities APRIL 27. 16th ANNUAL AAUW/UWF KITCHEN TOUR • 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., “A Day in the Woods by the Bay.” Selfguided tour of 8 of the most interesting kitchens in the Port Ludlow area. Start at the Hospitality Center at the Port Ludlow Yacht Club, 55 Heron Road, for ticket passports, raffle baskets, free light refreshments, and seminars. Proceeds fund scholarships and education projects in East Jefferson County. Sponsored by AAUW Port Townsend and University Women’s Foundation. Tickets are $15. Call (360) 302-0571.
By Tristan Hiegler of the Leader
Not everyone makes the leap from aspiring graffiti artist to valued county employee, but Port Townsend High School junior Megan Walsh managed the transition with aplomb. Walsh, who was experiencing what she called her “rebellious phase” in middle school, was caught writing on the gym wall at the Jefferson County Rec Center. But instead of cursing her fate and trudging through her hours of community service, Walsh kept a positive attitude and became more and more involved. Chris Macklin, Jefferson County Parks and Recreation assistant manager, said Walsh approached even the most thankless tasks – such as cleaning toilets and picking up trash – with enough enthusiasm to inspire employees, including himself. “Every second that Megan walked down here, this place was more fun,” Macklin said. “It was like literally having fireworks going off at the Rec Center all the time.” For her part, Walsh said she enjoyed spending time at the center and with the employees so much she decided to stay on and apply for the first year of the junior counselor-in-training (CIT) program. From there, she went on to become a camp counselor and finally applied for her current position as a recreation aide. “I think that’s why I’ve stayed with the Rec Center this long: It’s that I really like spending time with kids. It seemed a lot better to me than serving at a restaurant,” Walsh said. “It’s really fun to me; it’s a fun job.”
COMING THIS SPRING AT THE YMCA • Girls Empowerment Class; Baby Sitting Class; First Aid and CPR. Please call Stacey at the YMCA if you want to register or for more information. (360) 385-5811 or firstname.lastname@example.org. FAMILY FUN NIGHT • Come join us for Family Fun night in the Rec Center Gym, Friday nights from 5-7 p.m. Fee is $1 per participant at the door. Please check the calendar at www.countyrec. com/documents/family_fun_night.pdf for a list of events. All ages welcome!
Chris Macklin, Jefferson County Parks and Recreation assistant manager (left), and Megan Walsh, a rec department aide, are shown with a poster made to celebrate Walsh’s recent birthday. She started her career in recreation as a junior counselor-in-training and has progressed to become a model employee. Photo by Tristan Hiegler
She said she felt the programs and the center play an important and positive role in the lives of many middleschool and high-school students. “I think I just really liked being a part of this community ... it’s just a really good environment in here,” Walsh said. Kaylie Webber, recreation aide supervisor, said there were 27 CITs last year. She said the program is for 11- to 14-year-olds and allows that age group to get some real world job experience. Webber said the CITs often act as the bridge between
of the rec even though I was the ‘bad kid,’” she said. Matt Tyler, Parks and Rec manager, said the CIT program helps the department fill its ranks with motivated and experienced young peoReal world experience ple. Walsh said she was asked “In 2004, we made a decito become a junior CIT thanks sion [that] in order to have to her good attitude during the best staff, we would like her community service. She to grow and develop our own added that it became one of staff by working with the her first work experiences. youth in the community and “They told me about the have them grow and develop junior CIT program and they into leaders,” Tyler said. asked me if I wanted to join Tyler said the CIT parbecause they had seen I was ticipants have to submit an good with the kids upstairs application and sit through and I had sort of become part See walsh, Page 10▼ County Rec’s summer campers and the counselors and adults running the programs. “They are the campers’ favorites, hands down,” she said. “It’s a great program.”
YMCA needs fundraising help unique services the Y provides is subsidized daily Making the case for the childcare for working families programs the local YMCA and parents. She said the prooffers, program execugram has 27-47 kids enrolled tive Erica Delma recently daily. addressed attendees at a “Parents need to work,” Chamber of Commerce lunch. Delma said. “Having afford“I’m very committed to the able, subsidized childcare is success of the Y in the comcritical.” munity and youth in our comDelma said the Y also munity,” Delma told the gathruns after-school programs ered business leaders during at Blue Heron Middle School Erica Delma, program executive the March 4 luncheon. and Chimacum Creek The Jefferson County for the Jefferson County YMCA. Primary School, as well as Photo by Tristan Hiegler YMCA – part of the Olympic the Building Futures youthPeninsula YMCA, which mentoring program. includes Clallam County – nal goal of $32,000 has been The after-school prohas launched its 2013 Power increased to meet program grams, known as After the of the Community Campaign. needs. Pledges can be month- Bell, provide a variety of Delma said the goal is to raise ly, quarterly or a one-time activities, tutoring help and $58,000, with pledges due by sum, Delma said. healthy snacks, Delma said. “$25 a month can go a long March 31. “One of the beautiful Due to an unexpected way,” she noted. things about this program is Delma said one of the we’re giving youth in our comfunding shortfall, the origiBy Tristan Hiegler of the Leader
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munity exposure to activities they might otherwise not have exposure to,” she added. Delma said the Building Futures program provides bridges between adults and youth, as well as older and younger students. “There’s always time. It’s only one hour a week and it can last a lifetime for a child,” she said. “Youth need allies and we as a community can be our youth’s allies.” Without the successful Power of the Community Drive, Delma said those two safety net programs could end this June. In response to an audience question, she said the Y receives no direct funding from city or county governments. “The Y is very, very chal-
YMCA BUILDING FUTURES • School based mentoring program that matches elementary & middle school kids with supportive adults. Through mentors, theses children learn self confidence, trust & will be better prepared to succeed in the future. Kim Hammers: (360) 774-6342.
Sports ADULT SOCCER • Call YMCA at (360) 385-5811 for details. ADULT VOLLEYBALL • Call the YMCA at (360) 385-5811 for details. KINDER SPORTS • Kinder Sports is a co-ed program and a great way for your 3-to-6-year-old to develop hand-eye coordination, balance skills and learning basic fundaments of Soccer, T-Ball and Basketball. Classes are through the Rec Center and held at HJ Carroll Park beginning April 9. OPEN GYM BASKETBALL • Coach Jordan Edgar, Wednesday and Friday evenings. Grades 5+. Mountain View Gym. 7-9 p.m. Call the YMCA, (360) 385-5811. YOUTH SOCCER • Separate divisions - Pre-K/Kinder, 1st/2nd grades, 3rd/4th grades and 5th/6th grades; teams are co-ed. Practice will start April 8 and will conclude end of May. Games and practices will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. (Pre-K-2nd) or 5:30 p.m. (3rd-6th).For more information, please contact Chris Macklin, Assistant Manager, (360) 385-2221, email email@example.com
Port Townsend Library BABY LAPSIT • Port Townsend Library Learning Center-Large Room; Every Thursday, 1 p.m. Come join us for this special time of gentle stories, fingerplays, puppets, and songs for babies ages birth to 12 months.
BOOK LOVER’S CAFÉ • Port Townsend Library Learning CenterLarge Room; First Monday of the month, 2:30 p.m.; April 1, Death Comes to Pemberly, P.D. James; May 6, Quiet: The Power of Introverts, Susan Cain; June 3, Garden Spells, Sarah Addison Allen. Book Lover’s Cafe in a librarysponsored book group. Everyone is welcome to attend. We choose well reviewed paperbacks and alternate between fiction and non-fiction selections. Copies are available for the following month at the meeting or you may purchase or borrow a copy for yourself. COMMUNITY READ: A WRITER’S PERSPECTIVE • Port Townsend Library Learning Center; Large Room; Monday, March 25, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Author and literary critic Judith Kitchen discusses this year’s Community Read. ENCORE • Business after 50 Session; Port Townsend Library Learning Center: Large Room; Wednesday, March 20, 6-7:30 p.m. This workshop features Kenna Eaton and Collin Brown. ENCORE: Retooling Careers Session; Port Townsned Library Learning Center; Large Room; Wednesday, Mar. 13, 6:00-7:30 p.m. This workshop features Peter Quinn and Carol Ann Laase. FIBER FRENZY • Port Townsend Library, 1220 Lawrence Street. Last Friday of each month. Come join us for an evening of creating with fiber. Bring your current projects and questions. If it is fiber related you are welcome. Needles, hooks, looms, spindles and wheels will all fit in. Sewing is fiber too. Tables, chairs, floors and light, what more could you ask for? Hot tea is always available. FRIDAY, MAY 31 • Only 2 more weeks of school! Join us for a showing of Raiders of the Lost Ark and start planning your summer adventures! 7-9:30 p.m. Plus, pizza and door prizes! For teens in grades 6-12. GRANT SEEKING BASICS • Port Townsend Library Learning Center; Large Room. Friday, Apr. 5, 10 a.m.12:00 p.m. Jeannette Privat, Director of Nonprofit & Philanthropy Resource Center at the Redmond Library will show us how to discover funding resources and how to use the national databases of foundations available at the Port Townsend library and from the webpage of the Nonprofit & Philanthropy Resource Center. MEET THE AUTHOR: PAM HOUSTON IN PORT TOWNSEND • PT High School Auditorium; Thursday, March 28, 7 p.m. Pam Houston will discuss Contents May Have Shifted and her experiences as an author. An audience question session will follow her talk. Copies of her books will be available for sale to be autographed by the author at the end of the presentation. PICTURE YOUR LIFE • A Writing Workshop with author Judith Kitchen; Port Townsend Library Learning Center; Large Room; Tuesday, Apr. 23, 1:30-4:30 p.m. PRESCHOOL STORYTIME • Mt. View Commons Children’s Library; Every Tuesday; 10:30 a.m. Literacy enhanced story times for preschoolers ages 3-6. Come join us for fun stories, songs, wordplays, activities and crafts. See to do, Page 2▼
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▼Continued from page 1 TEEN MOVIE NIGHTS • Friday, March 22. Join us for a showing of The Secret World of Arrietty, based on The Borrowers by Mary Norton. 7-9 p.m. Plus, pizza and Japanese snacks! For teens in grades 6-12. TEEN WRITERS • Port Townsend Library Learning Center; Upstairs Teen Room; Every Wednesday, 1-2 p.m. Like to write? Want to talk about books and writing? Join us at the Library Learning Center, 1256 Lawrence St. for writing prompts, lively discussions and snacks. For teens in grades 6-12. TODDLER STORYTIME • Port Townsend Library Learning Center; Large Room; Every Thursday, 10:30 a.m. Come join us for an active story time of movement, stories, songs, fingerplays, and puppets for toddlers ages 12-36 months. TRANSITION YOURSELF JOB WORKSHOPS • Port Townsend Library Learning Center; Large Room; Wednesday, April 17 and 24, 6-7:30 p.m. For more information, go to www. ptpubliclibrary.org and click on calendar.
Jefferson Co. Library BABYTIME • Babytime is a 20-minute lap-sit program featuring rhymes, baby sign language, songs and movement designed to stimulate brain development as well as enjoyment of language, books and music. It takes place at the Jefferson County library’s temporary location on Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. FAMILY ART • Family Art will be held on the Saturday, April 6 and Saturday, May 4 from 2-4:00 p.m. Taught by Sidonie Wilson, Family Art is designed for adults and children to create and explore a variety of art mediums together. It starts with a demonstration and art conversation followed by creative work time. Space is limited. Sign up at the library or call (360) 385-6544 to register. Registration starts two weeks prior to each session. For session topics, call or visit www.jclibrary.info. PRESCHOOL STORYTIME • Preschool Storytime is offered throughout the spring at Jefferson County Library’s temporary location on Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m. Bring your preschooler and enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays and more! TEMPORARY LOCATION • Jefferson County Library’s temporary location is at 51 Colwell Street, at the far end of the Tri-Area Commercial Center, behind Discovery Physical Therapy and across from Circle and Square Auto Care, on Rhody Drive. www. jclibrary. For program information, call TODDLER STORYTIME • A storytime for children ages 12 to 30 months is offered at the Jefferson County Library’s temporary location on Mondays at 10:15 a.m. Toddler Storytime features movement, music, puppets and fingerplays as well as flannel stories and the reading of short books written with toddlers in mind.
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BLUE HERON AFTER THE BELL • A research proven, comprehensive after school program including a fitness, nutrition, academic and enrichment component. Sign up for programs, Monday-Thursdays or pick days. Call the YMCA, (360) 385-5811. CHIMACUM CREEK AFTER THE BELL • Classes are Monday-Friday 3:30-5:30 p.m. and are open to kids in 1st-5th grades. Each day is exciting and options range from learning about salmon with the North Olympic Salmon Coalition (NOSC), to doing theater with Paradise Theater, to trips to the County Library, Lego Robotics, and more. New session starting next week! Contact the YMCA, (360) 385-5811, to register and find out about pricing. Early release day classes are also offered. DEMYSTIFYING ART • Learn how to critique a work of art in 60 seconds with Dan Groussman’s “Art as a Foreign Language” course. The course will meet, go over art terms used to analyze any work, then go out on the town and critique art! For more information contact the YMCA. (360) 385-5811. FENCING • Fence with Olympic-style fencer Len Carnighan; beginners to advanced. Open to kids in grades 4th8th. We will fence every Wednesday from 1:30-3:00 p.m. at the Blue Heron Gym. Current session runs February 27 - April 17 (no class April 3). Runs until end of May. $85 for 7 weeks. Also, Fencing for youth and adults at Mountain View Commons, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Call the YMCA, (360) 385-5811 for more information. FLY THE Y! • Radio Controlled aircraft for all ages in the Mt. View gym, Friday afternoons. Contact the YMCA at (360) 385-5811 for more information. FREE FAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT • Wednesday, March 20, 6:30-8 p.m. For families and students in grades 5th-8th. Extract DNA from strawberries and take home a DNA necklace, create your own bubble recipe, and experiment with the density of common household materials. Family science night is a free, fun, hands-on, science learning opportunity. Instructor Sarah Rubenstein is the science teacher at Jefferson Community School. Advanced registration is required so that materials will be available for all participants. Register by March 15. Contact Julie at YMCA, (360) 385-5811 or ptadmin@olympicpeninsulaymca. org for more information. KID FIT AT THE REC CENTER • Classes are offered for ages 2-8 years old. Each session includes 6 classes, Tuesday and/or Thursday. The classes are $42 for six, 45 min. classes or $49 for six, 60 min. classes. For more information on the next sessions, call (360) 385-2221 or visit: www.countyrec.com/info/.
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ADULT COMPUTER CLASSES • Learn basic computer skills and become more confident and proficient with computers, including email and internet browsing. Call the YMCA for schedule. (360) 385-5811. BASIC GUITAR LESSONS • Learn the basics of guitar. The YMCA will provide the guitar if you do not have one. Tuesdays, 3:00-4:15 p.m. at Blue Heron Middle School in the band room. February 26 - April 9 (no class April 2). $50 for 6 weeks. Call the YMCA for schedule. (360) 385-5811.
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FIREFLY ACADEMY PRESCHOOL • Firefly Academy Preschool is entering its 11th year of serving children in Jefferson County. Montessori Inspired, Heart Focused, Community Based Multiage program. Firefly incorporates academics into an intentional, supportive, creative and inspiring environment. Phenomenal staff, robust summer programs, flexible drop-in scheduling are all part of the Firefly model. We will return to our fabulous downtown Port Townsend location this summer making drop off a breeze so you can take classes at the Port Townsend Athletic Club or work at the Co-Lab! Look for Saturday evening school opportunities, 5-9 p.m., MondayFriday, 8:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m. Children can participate up to 4 hours. Reserve set days or utilize our flexible drop-in options. Community exploration and connection, cooperative activities and opportunities combined with the freedom to follow one’s inspiration make Firefly a unique environment in which children ages 2.5 through 6, develop and thrive from the inside out. (360) 379-1129; www.fireflyacademy.com GRANT STREET PRESCHOOL • is a community preschool supporting a philosophy of inclusion. Our program integrates typically developing children with those who have developmental needs. We believe children increase their understanding of self and others by experiencing and learning about individual differences. For more information about our program and to schedule a visit, call the Grant Street office at (360) 379-4535.
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NURTURED HEART PARENTING CLASS • Trainer Kimberly Montgomery trains parents to interact positively with their children by setting clear limits, diffusing negative behaviors, and celebrating your child’s inner qualities. Tuesdays, April 16-May 7, 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Blue Heron Middle School. Contact the YMCA at (360) 385-5811 for more information. S’HEROS JOURNEY WORKSHOP • In partnership with Jefferson Community School featuring Dee Hammons. April 3 and 4, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Young women, ages 11+. The purpose of this workshop is to experience and understand through actively engaging in the strategies of the s’hero’s journey based on Joseph Campbell’s work, in a safe, fun setting. Then, create their own s’hero’s journeys via individual and group artistic, dramatic, multi-media and/or written creatures. Call YMCA, (360) 385-5811 to register. WOODWORKING FOR KIDS • Basic and intermediate woodworking classes offered in partnership between the Northwest Maritime Center and the YMCA. Class is for kids, ages 10-14. Tuesdays, 3:45-5:45 p.m.; April 9-May 16. Classes offered at the Boat Shop at the NW Maritime Center, limited to six kids so please preregister. $80 for 6 weeks, class materials included. Call the YMCA, (360) 385-5811.
Yoga ADD YOGA INTO YOUR LIFE! • For fun, balance, strength, flexibility, a sense of community. Daily classes morning and afternoon, all levels, a variety of styles, something for Every Body, and every budget. Room to Move, 1008 Lawrence St., 2nd floor. www.roomtomoveyoga.com (360) 385 2864. YOGA WITH TERRY WAGNER • All skills levels welcome! Learn yoga moves that focus on balance and strength. Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30-11 a.m.; Mountain View Gym. Call the YMCA, (360) 385-5811.
Cooking COOKING CLASS • Learn to cook with the YMCA. Learn the basics of knife skills all the way to preparing a meal for your family. Open to kids in grades 4th-8th. Wednesdays, 1:303:00 p.m.; meet in the Blue Heron Commons. Current session: Feb. 27-April 10 (no class April 3). Classes run for 6 weeks and will continue to the end of May. $50 for 6-week program. Call the YMCA at (360) 385-5811.
Child Care WEDNESDAY REC PLAY AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM • Rec Play is held on Wednesday after school at the ICE house from 12:45-2:45 p.m. Rec Play is ideal for grades K-3. There will be 4 sessions throughout the school year. Each session will be 8-9 weeks long. Each session is $50; drop in fee is $8 per day. For more information call 360-385-2221 or visit: www.countyrec. com/info/. YMCA AFTER SCHOOL CHILDCARE • Licensed childcare for ages 5-12. Full time, Part time & drop-in rates available. Financial assistance available, DSHS accepted. Children ride the bus from Blue Heron or Grant Street to the YMCA. For more information call (360) 385-5811.
Camps MAKE ME LAUGH! • Humor and movement Spring Break Day Camp for school aged children ages 5-12. April 1-5, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Licensed Childcare. DSHS accepted. Financial assistance available. Call the YMCA at (360) 385-5811. TEEN ADVENTURE BACKPACKING TRIP • Led by experienced guides, explore the Dosewallips Valley and set up your tent in the Ewok-like campsite under majestic evergreens covered in moss. Engage in outdoor fun and outdoor skills. Learn back country backpacking basics as you cook your camp meals with your tent-mates or lead a day hike. At the end of the day share your experience over a campfire and some camp snack favorites. Contact the YMCA at (360) 385-5811 for more information. See to do, Page 3▼
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LEGO ROBOTICS • Build Lego robots and then program their “brain” to move. Great program for hands-on kids and is great to improve math skills. Thursdays 3:30-5:00 p.m. at the Blue Heron Commons. Our next project is to build robots and put them on You-Tube! Current session runs February 28 April 18 (no class on April 4). Runs until end of May. $85 for 7 sessions. Call the YMCA, (360) 385-5811.
KID FIT MIDDLE SCHOOL BOOT CAMP • Ages 10-14 years old. Classes from April 8 to May 17, Mondays and Fridays, 4-5 p.m. at the Rec Center. Come join us for a 6-week-long boot camp to train for the Rhody Run on May 10. Call (360) 385-2221 or visit www.countyrec.com/info.
Education FREE TUTORING, BLUE HERON • Open to all Blue Heron students 4th-8th grade. Tutoring in all subjects. Tutoring takes place Wednesdays from 1:303:00 p.m. until the end of the school year in the Blue Heron Commons (lunch room or library). Call the YMCA at (360) 385-5811.
LEATHER CRAFT 101 • Learn to make your own handmade leather journal. Leather craft professional Dan Groussman will walk you through the process to make a lasting treasure. Beginning in December. Contact the YMCA for further details, (360) 3855811.
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KRIS LOGUE’S CASTLE HILL PRESCHOOL • (360) 385-3708 offers a single class for ages 3 to 5 at 410 Quincy St., Port Townsend. Class sessions are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. A snack is provided, and children bring a lunch from home. Enrollment is limited to 16 students. Cost for four days per week is $228 per month; three days per week, $171. Entering her 33rd year of teaching, Kris has developed a seasonal curriculum incorporating language, arts and crafts, music, social play, stories and literature, and outdoor play, all organized in units centered on letters. She provides a wide variety of materials, activities, resources, and media that enables her students to have a well-rounded, creative, diversified, and fun learning environment. Highlights of the year include a Christmas program, a farm trip in the spring, the Rhody Festival Kiddie Parade with children participating in costume, and a final graduation program. LISA LEPORATI’S LITTLE WINGS • (360) 643-0663, is at 3005 Hancock St., PT. Socialization and sensory experience is the focus for this highly creative Reggio Emillia-inspired preschool program designed for children ages 3-5. This is a child-directed, inquiry-based early education program, where children use a wide variety of materials and mediums to investigate the world around them. Their natural curiosity guides them through play and discovery. As life unfolds, so does learning. Open Tues. through Fri., 9 am- 1 pm., offering 2 or 3 day per week options. Tuition starts at $220 mo. Class size is limited to 8 children. MAGICAL DAYS PRESCHOOL • Magical Days Preschool serves children from ages 3 to 5 years. At Magical Days, children learn through exploration and opportunities that nurture each child’s unique abilities and potential development. We offer an in-home environment and practice a hands-on philosophy, providing experiences that foster a love of learning. Our program runs Tuesday-Thursday, 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. A 2:30 p.m. pick-up time and Friday class is also available. For more information, please contact Traci Meacham at 360-379-8135 or email email@example.com
NEW DAY LEARNING ACADEMY • welcomes children 3-5 years old to venture into a faith-centered learning community that is designed to stimulate the various developing intelligences. The program offers Montessori- based work stations to strengthen self-discipline and build up perseverance, as well as plenty of time for a child’s natural creativity and curiosity to guide their learning and play. Preschool hours are 8:45 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Monthly tuition is $180 for the 2-day program and $210 for the 3-day. The school is located at Calvary Community Church, 82 Roman’s Rd., Port Townsend. Call (360) 379-1334 or visit www.newdaylearning.org. PORT TOWNSEND COOPERATIVE PLAYSCHOOL • provides a weekly creative and social setting for children aged 9 months to 4 years old and supports parents with early childhood education. The children’s time is divided into free play, guided group play, and individual play to promote fine motor skills. Parents take turns volunteering in the classroom and attend a group discussion led by a Parent Instructor from Peninsula College. www,ptplayschool.org
SWAN SCHOOL DISCOVERERS • Preschool Program, (360) 385-7340, 2345 Kuhn St. in Port Townsend, Mon. through Fri., 9 am.-1 pm., geared toward ages 3-4. Swan Preschool operates on a balanced calendar schedule. Taught by Loida Santana Robles, the class provides rich, childcentered classroom experiences that engage students in the exciting process of learning. The cooperative classroom community invites hands-on exploration of art, music, reading, writing, Spanish, mathematical concepts and problem-solving skills, science and the natural world, drama, movement and yoga. Monthly tuition is $299 for three days, $339 for 4 days, and $380 for 5 days per week. Visit swanschool.net
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Spring Sports Schedules are subject to change.
Chimacum Boys’ Soccer Date Opponent March 11 at Cascade Christian* March 15 at Charles Wright* March 18 EATONVILLE* March 20 BELLEVUE CHRISTIAN* March 22 at Life Christian* March 25 at Seattle Christian* March 27 at Cedar Park Christian* March 29 VASHON ISLAND* April 15 at Bellevue Christian* April 17 at Eatonville* April 19 LIFE CHRISTIAN* April 22 at Charles Wright* April 24 CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN* April 26 at Vashon Island* April 29 SEATTLE CHRISTIAN* May 1 at Cascade Christian*
Time 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 2:45 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 4 p.m. 4 p.m.
*Denotes Nisqually League match. Chimacum home matches are played at H.J. Carroll Park.
Chimacum Varsity Baseball Date Opponent March 11 at North Mason (2A) March 16 BELLEVUE CHRISTIAN* 1 p.m. March 18 at Charles Wright* March 20 at Eatonville* March 22 at Life Christian* March 23 at Castle Rock (doubleheader starts 11 a.m.) March 25 at Seattle Christian* March 27 at Cedar Park Christian* March 29 VASHON ISLAND* April 12 at Sequim (2A) April 15 at Bellevue Christian* April 17 CHARLES WRIGHT* April 19 EATONVILLE* April 22 LIFE CHRISTIAN* April 24 SEATTLE CHRISTIAN* April 26 CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN* April 29 at Vashon Island* May 1 at Cascade Christian* Regular season game time is 4 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. *Denotes Nisqually League game.
Chimacum Softball Date Opponent March 11 at North Mason (2A) March 20 at Eatonville* March 22 at Life Christian* March 25 at Seattle Christian* March 27 at Cedar Park Christian* 5:15 p.m. March 29 VASHON ISLAND* April 9 PORT TOWNSEND April 10 CASCADE CHRISTIAN* April 12 at Sequim (2A) April 15 at Bellevue Christian* April 19 EATONVILLE* April 22 LIFE CHRISTIAN* April 23 BELLEVUE CHRISTIAN* April 24 SEATTLE CHRISTIAN* April 26 CEDAR PARK CHRISTIAN* April 29 at Vashon Island* May 1 at Cascade Christian* May 9 at North Kitsap 2A Regular season game time is 4 p.m. *Denotes Nisqually League game.
Chimacum/PT Girls’ Tennis Date Opponent March 14 at Kingston* March 19 at Olympic* March 21 PORT ANGELES* March 22 at Coupeville (1A) March 25 at Klahowya* March 27 OLYMPIC* March 29 at North Kitsap* April 8 at North Mason* April 10 KINGSTON* April 15 at Sequim* April 17 BREMERTON* April 19 at Port Angeles* April 22 SEQUIM* April 26 COUPEVILLE (1A) at PTHS *Denotes Olympic League match. All matches at 4 p.m. Chimacum and Port Townsend form a combined tennis program at the 2A classification. Home matches are at Chimacum unless otherwise noted.
Chimacum Golf Date Opponent March 12 at Vashon Island* March 19 at Bellevue Christian*, Overlake/Twin Rivers* March 21 LIFE CHRISTIAN* March 26 CASCADE CHRISTIAN* March 28 at Cedar Park Christian*, Echo Falls April 16 at Chambers Bay tourney April 18 CHARLES WRIGHT* April 23 NISQUALLY CLASSIC* 1:30 p.m. April 25 Tim Higgins Memorial at Kitsap CC April 29 Nisqually 4-way meet at Oakbrook* April 30 PORT LUDLOW INVITATIONAL 1:30 p.m. May 3 Egbers Invitational at Skagit Valley May 9 at sub-district, Gold Mountain May 14 at tri-district, Golf Mountain May 21-22 1A State Golf The Port Ludlow Golf Course is Chimacum’s home club. Matches begin at 3 p.m. *Denotes Nisqually League match.
CHS Track & Field Date Opponent March 14 at Charles Wright March 20 at Juanita High School March 23 at King’s, tri-district preview 10:30 a.m. March 28 at Charles Wright April 18 at Charles Wright April 25 at Eatonville* May 1 at Juanita High School May 3 at Stanwood Twilight May 8 at Eatonville May 10 at Eatonville May 16, 18 1A tri-district at King’s May 24-25 State 1A meet, EWU in Cheney Nisqually League schools meet at select sites for combined regular season meets. Event time is 3:30 p.m. unless noted.
PTHS Boys’ Soccer Date Opponent March 9 PORT ANGELES* March 12 at Klahowya* March 15 BREMERTON* March 21 at Sequim* March 23 NORTH MASON* March 26 at Olympic* March 28 NORTH KITSAP* April 6 at Kingston* April 10 at Port Angeles*
JV/Varsity 11 a.m./12:45 p.m. 5:30 p.m./7:15 p.m. 5 p.m/6:45 p.m. 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. 11 a.m./12:45 p.m. 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. 5 p.m./6:45 p.m.
April 12 KLAHOWYA* 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. April 16 at Bremerton* 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. April 23 SEQUIM* 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. April 25 at North Mason* 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. April 30 OLYMPIC* 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. May 2 at North Kitsap* 5 p.m./6:45 p.m. May 6 KINGSTON* (Senior Night) May 8-10 1A Sub-District May 13-17 1A Tri-District May 25-26 1A State Soccer Finals, Sumner *Denotes Olympic League game. Home matches played at Jefferson County Memorial Athletic Field.
PTHS Fastpitch Date Opponent Time March 8 at Eatonville (1A) 4 p.m. March 15 at Sequim* March 16 at North Kitsap* March 20 at Klahowya* March 22 KINGSTON* March 23 at Coupeville (1A) 1 p.m. March 25 BREMERTON* March 27 at Port Angeles* March 29 OLYMPIC* April 9 at Chimacum (1A) April 11 NORTH KITSAP* April 15 KLAHOWYA* April 17 at Kingston* April 19 at Bremerton* April 22 PORT ANGELES* April 24 at Olympic* April 26 NORTH MASON* May 1 at North Mason* April 3 at Vashon Island (1A) 4 p.m. May 6 SEQUIM* (Senior Night) Regular season game time is 4:15 p.m. except as noted. *Denotes Olympic League game. Home games are at the softball field at Blue Heron Middle School.
PTHS Baseball Date Opponent Time March 8 at Eatonville (1A) 4 p.m. March 15 at Sequim* March 18 at North Kitsap* March 20 at Klahowya* March 22 KINGSTON* March 23 at Coupeville (1A) 1 p.m. March 25 BREMERTON* March 27 at Port Angeles* March 29 OLYMPIC* April 1 at North Mason* April 2 SEQUIM* April 11 NORTH KITSAP* April 15 KLAHOWYA* April 17 at Kingston* April 19 at Bremerton* April 22 PORT ANGELES* April 24 at Olympic* April 26 NORTH MASON* (Senior Night) Regular season game time is 4:15 p.m. except as noted. *Denotes Olympic League game. Home games are at Flint Field at PTHS.
PTHS Golf Date Opponent March 7 NORTH KITSAP* March 14 OLYMPIC* March 19 at Port Angeles* April 11 at Kingston* April 15 SEQUIM* April 18 at North Mason* April 25 at Tim Higgins Invite, Kitsap CC, noon May 3 at Egbers Invite, Skagit CC May 8 at Klahowya* May 10 Duke Streeter Invite at Peninsula GC, noon May 13-14 at 1A district May 21-22 at 1A state tourney *Denotes Olympic League match, which start at 3 p.m. The Port Townsend Golf Course is PTHS’s home club.
PTHS Track & Field Date Opponent Time March 16 at Port Angeles Invite 9 a.m. March 21 at Port Angeles* 3:15 p.m. March 23 at South Kitsap Relays 10 a.m. April 11 at Olympic* 3:15 p.m. April 13 at Crescent Invite 10 a.m. April 16 at North Kitsap* 3:15 p.m. April 24 at Klahowya* 3:15 p.m. April 27 at Shelton Invite 10 a.m. May 4 Olympic League at North Mason 9 a.m. May 8 LEAGUE NON-QUALIFIERS (SENIOR NIGHT) 3 p.m. May 16, 18 1A tri-district at King’s May 24-25 State Tournament at EWU, Cheney Home meet is at Blue Heron School track and field.
Quilcene Baseball Date Opponent March 11 SEQUIM (2A) March 15 at Muckleshoot March 19 EVERGREEN LUTHERAN March 22 at Bainbridge Island C (3A) March 26 BAINBRIDGE ISLAND C (3A) March 28 at Rainier Christian April 1 at North Kitsap (2A) April 9 OAKVILLE April 10 NORTH KITSAP (2A) April 12 at Mt. Rainier Lutheran April 17 at Darrington April 19 RAINIER CHRISTIAN (DH) 3 p.m. April 23 MUCKLESHOOT (DH) April 26 at Evergreen Lutheran (DH) April 30 at Wishkah Valley May 3 MT. RAINIER LUTHERAN (DH) DH: Doubleheader games.
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Quilcene Fastpitch Date Opponent March 14 KLAHOWYA (2A) March 18 at Taholah March 26 at Port Angeles JV (2A) March 28 SEQUIM JV (2A) March 30 DARRINGTON April 9 OAKVILLE 3:45 p.m. April 11 TAHOLAH April 13 LAKE QUINAULT (DH) April 17 at Darrington April 19 at Muckleshoot (DH) April 23 MUCKLESHOOT (DH) April 30 at Wishkah Valley May 3 PORT ANGELES JV (2A) May 7 at Lake Quinault May 9 SEQUIM JV (2A) DH: Doubleheader games.
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