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Place: Center for Wooden Boats


he Center for Wooden Boats at Cama Beach State Park is set in a spectacular, 433-acre waterfront location against a forested backdrop. It is connected by a mile-long trail to Camano Island State Park, a 134-acre camping park. Both parks are open for day use or overnight stays year round. Admission to The Center for Wooden Boats is always free. Some programs, such as boat rentals, have associated fees, and others have suggested donations. Walking the beach, exploring the boats and browsing the exhibits is always free of charge.

Tune in Every Friday from 8–9 am on KKNW 1150 AM!

Lift Your Spirits with Dena Marie – 8-9am. Discover fascinating people, inspiring activities and places that will lift one’s spirits in this radio show. Tune in to 1150 AM KKNW Alternative Talk Radio every Friday at 8am. 425-350-5448. To listen to archived shows, go to

Person: Jeanne Russell, Dolphin Touch Wellness Center

Spring Social, 3-7 p.m. on April 22. Mother’s Day Weekend Free Saturday Sail,10 am-4 p.m. on May 13. Free. Youth Fishing Derby, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on June 10. Free. For more information:

Activity: Whale Watching Puget Sound Express


eanne Russell is the owner of Dolphin Touch Healing Center, located in Kauai on the island of Hawaii. A Reiki master and intuitive healer, Russell caters to visitor’s personal preferences at Dolphin Touch, where retreat goers typically stay during their time in Kauai. Visitors can receive daily healing sessions, such as crystal bowl and tuning fork sound therapy sessions, massage, acupuncture and more. Russell also offer fun and interactive trips to beaches, go whale watching, paddle boarding, play Kauai disc golf or view sacred sites. She uses a personalized approach to retreat planning in order to match an individual with experiences that will be right for them.

o whale watching in Seattle on the metro area’s firstever, half-day whale watching tour. See orcas, humpback whales, and all the majestic wildlife in the San Juan Islands on a tour that leaves from Edmonds. Cruising at over 40mph, the Chilkat Express takes guests to the spectacular San Juan Islands in a little over an hour., which makes her the fastest whale watching boat in the Northwest. The multigenerational owners of the outfit say they love connecting Seattle locals and visitors alike with the great outdoors. In addition, the company guarantees participants will see whales or their next trip is free.

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April 2017 issue Seattle Natural Awakenings  

Enjoy this months issue!

April 2017 issue Seattle Natural Awakenings  

Enjoy this months issue!