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2 GENERAL INFORMATION
MISSION STATEMENT Parks, facilities and recreation programs for the citizens of South Whidbey Island. CONTACT INFO
SRPRD Recreation Center & Offices
The SWPRD Board of Commissioners meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6pm at the South Whidbey Parks & Recreation Center, 5475 Maxwelton Road, Langley, Room 111. Commissioners are:
5475 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260
Dennis Hunter • Bob Hezel • Don Wood Mark Helpenstell • Matt Simms
Website www.swparks.org Office Hours
Mon-Thu, 8:30am–5pm Fri, 8:30am–4:30pm
Office Closed September 4, November 10, November 23-24, December 25, January 1
RECREATION TRENDS Do you have ideas or suggestions for new program directions? Is there something you’d like to see us try? Email us your ideas at email@example.com. We want to hear from you!
STAFF Parks & Recreation Director Doug Coutts, (360) 221-6488 firstname.lastname@example.org Recreation Supervisor Carrie Monforte, (360) 221-6788 email@example.com Office Manager Peggy Nelson, (360) 221-5484 firstname.lastname@example.org Facilities & Grounds Supervisor Tom Fallon, (360) 221-7181 email@example.com
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ADVERTISING Whidbey Weekly prints and distributes three activity guides a year. We welcome you to advertise your program or business along with us. For details, email advertise@ whidbeyweekly.com.
DISCLAIMERS Updates & Errors
This schedule of classes is published for information purposes only. We strive to produce the most accurate brochure possible. However, some program information may have changed after this brochure has gone to print. We will make every effort to notify participants of the changes.
South Whidbey Parks and Recreation programs are NOT sponsored by the South Whidbey School District or the Coupeville School District, and the South Whidbey School District and Coupeville School Districts assume no responsibility for the conduct or safety of the activity. In consideration for the privilege to distribute these materials, the South Whidbey School District and the Coupeville School District shall be held harmless from any cause of action, claim or petition filed in any court or administrative tribunal arising out of the distribution of these materials, including all costs, attorney’s fees and judgments or awards.
ACCESSIBILITY & ACCOMODATION Individuals with or without disabilities may register for all programs offered by South Whidbey Parks & Recreation District provided program safety can be met. The District provides reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities. Contact the SWPRD office three weeks in advance of the program start date to discuss accommodations. Reasonable accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
HIYI YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP FUND The Healthy Island Youth Initiative (HIYI) Committee solicits donations to support ongoing efforts to keep organized healthy activities affordable for all local youth in Island County. The HIYI Scholarship Fund addresses these needs by helping cover the cost of registration fees, equipment and/or other expenses so that youth in Island County can participate in organized physical activities, regardless of their family’s economic status. The South Whidbey Parks & Aquatics Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization, is the fiscal agent for HIYI, and receives, holds and distributes funds upon direction from the HIYI committee. Donations to this fund may now be tax deductible. Donations to the scholarship fund can be made payable to South Whidbey Parks & Aquatics Foundation, and should be mailed to PO Box 157, Freeland, WA 98249, with a note on the memo line directing it to the “HIYI Scholarship Fund”. Any Whidbey Island youth may apply for assistance to participate in any organized sport or physical activity. The needs-based scholarships are awarded based on financial criteria and commitment to the activity. Those interested in receiving financial assistance should call Carrie at (360) 221-6788 or visit https://www.islandcountywa.gov/Health/AHC/ PublishingImages/Pages/HIYI-Scholarship/ HIYIApplication5.2016.pdf and print off an application.
REFUNDS & CREDITS
SCHOLARSHIP & INCLEMENT WEATHER FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE & POWER OUTAGES FOR PROGRAMS Programs may be cancelled in the event of
1. Full refunds will be given for all classes cancelled by SWPRD. 2. Refunds requested and submitted in writing using the Refund Request Form before the early fee deadline date (or at least 5 business days before start of program if no early fee deadline) will be subject to a 10% service fee, with a minimum service fee of $10.
There are several needs-based resources available to enable youth to participate in programs with SWPRD. Call (360) 221-6788 for info.
3. SWPRD account credits requested and submitted in writing using the Refund Request Form before the early fee deadline date (or at least 5 business days before start of program if no early fee deadline) will be good for one calendar year from issue date, for the full fee paid and will not be subject to service fee. 4. Refunds or credits will not be issued if cancelled after deadline date or within 5 business days of program start. 5. To request a refund, a Refund Request Form must be submitted to the SWPRD office in writing. Verbal requests will not be honored. Forms are available at the SWPRD office or online. Please be aware that refund requests may take up to 45 days to process. 6. Refunds will not be issued from an account credit. 7. Refunds will not be issued for programs costing $10 or less (unless cancelled by SWPRD). 8. One day classes, trips, or special events are not covered under this policy (no refunds or credits available). 9. Certain contract programs, indicated with this symbol: §, have their own refund policies. Contact the contractor directly to inquire about their specific policy.
REGISTRATION INFO † Symbol indicates that fee includes 8.7% sales tax. The State of Washington Department of Revenue collects sales tax on fees for certain entertainment and recreation programs. § Symbol indicates contracted programs that have their own refund policies. Contact the contractor directly to inquire about their specific policy. Advance registration is required for all programs unless otherwise stated. It is best if you register at least two weeks in advance of any program start date. All fees are due at the time of registration. We cannot “hold” a space for you without full payment and registration. All programs have a minimum and maximum enrollment. We request that you register in advance to ensure class minimums are met. We reserve the right to cancel a program if minimums are not met.
inclement weather or power outages. We encourage you to call our voice messaging system at (360) 221-5484 before leaving home to determine program status.
HOW TO REGISTER Online
For your convenience, you may register online for many of our programs, with no additional fees. Check out this service at www.swparks.org.
Send completed registration form and full payment to: SWPRD, 5475 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260
By Fax or Email
Fax or email completed registration form with credit card authorization. Fax to (360) 221-7323 or scan and email to swparks@ whidbey.com. Always call the office at (360) 221-5484 to confirm receipt.
Walk in to our SWPRD office at 5475 Maxwelton Road, Langley, during our regular business hours. We take cash, check or credit cards at the office.
There is a $25 service charge on all returned checks and declined credit cards. Registration forms are available online at www.swparks.org
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5495 Maxwelton Rd, Langley
DEER LAKE PUBLIC ACCESS
4330 Bucktail Lane, Clinton
GOSS LAKE PUBLIC ACCESS
5235 Lakeside Dr, Freeland
LONE LAKE PUBLIC ACCESS
5075 Lone Lake Rd, Langley
RECREATION CENTER & OFFICES
5475 Maxwelton Rd, Langley
5598 Langley Rd, Langley
Craw Rd & Hwy 525, Langley
RESERVATIONS We request that all groups planning to use our facilities or fields notify us in advance by submitting a Reservation Request Form, which is available on our website and at our park office. Requests are filled on a first-come, first-served basis, depending on availability. Rental fees may apply. For additional information about availability
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and rates, call (360) 221-5484 or visit www. swparks.org/reservations.
We have softball, baseball, soccer, and open fields available. Scheduling information for leagues, tournaments and teams is available by calling the Director at (360) 221-6488.
You can affordably rent space for parties,
FREE Coffee Drink On Us! Courtesy of Whidbey Coffee, the first 50 people who register in-person at the South Whidbey Parks & Recreation office for summer activities listed in this program, will receive a voucher for one
FREE WHIDBEY COFFEE DRINK!
Reservation Options ($)
Skate Park & Pump Track
*Always check for posted closures before swimming
SOUTH WHIDBEY PARKS & RECREATION PARKS & FACILITIES
Baseball & Softball Fields
4 PARKS & FACILITIES
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meetings, classes, and special events at our new recreation headquarters or The Crow’s Nest (located on the 2nd floor of the Concession Stand) at Community Park.
Our picnic shelters are available for reservation for your party or event, advance reservations required for groups of 20+. Picnic shelters can accommodate 45-75 people.
Take your completed registration form into the South Whidbey Parks & Recreation office located at 5475 Maxwelton Road in Langley.
www.swparks.org Limit one per person/registration Voucher redeemable at any Whidbey Coffee location
HELP WANTED • SPORTS
Help Wanted RECREATION ASSISTANT Pay: Up to $15 per hour, DOE.
SWPRD is seeking an energetic and enthusiastic person to assist us in our recreation programs. Focus is on our basketball programs, but will include other programs including dodgeball, 5k race, triathlon, special events, and more. Ideal candidate loves the game of basketball and has experience in other sports as well. Rec assistant will help plan, promote and supervise our basketball programs. The position works with youth, adults, volunteers, coaches, and referees. Education and/or experience in recreation & youth work ideal. Basketball programs run October–March, will occasionally assist with other recreation programs as needed. This is seasonal, part-time position. Mail application to: SWPRD, 5475 Maxwelton Road, Langley, WA 98260 or email to swparks@ whidbey.com. Application and job description available from www.swparks.org/employment. For info, call (360) 221-6788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
RECREATION & PROGRAM INSTRUCTORS Pay: Varies; typically a revenue split of 80% instructor/20% SWPRD
Do you have experience teaching art, fitness, movement, or sports? Do you have a great idea, hobby or something new to add to our list of programs? If you answered yes to any of the above questions and have something you’d like to add to the schedule, contact us at (360) 221-6788 for more information. Download a Program Proposal Packet from our website www.swparks.org/ employment.html Winter Program Proposals due: Oct. 15 Summer Program Proposals due: Feb. 15 Fall Program Proposals due: June 15
Application deadline September 10 or until filled
INDOOR SOCCER SCRIMMAGE FOR KIDS
MIDDLE SCHOOL TENNIS
Now for Parents/Kids too!
GRADES 5-8 (YOUNGER WITH COACH PERMISSION)
AGES 7-11 Join us for an exciting session of indoor soccer, the fast-paced game, where kids and now parents too, can have lots of fun developing skills, touches and teamwork whilst playing soccer. Lots of running is going to be involved and therefore it’s a great way to keep active as winter sets in. All ability levels are welcome. Limited space available so register early. Bring: Athletic shoes (no cleats) and good, active clothing.
KIDS’ TENNIS TEAM GRADES 2-4
(Min 4/Max 6 pairs)
Kids will learn and practice the basic strokes of tennis and will be playing points after just a few sessions. The focus is developing good technique and having lots of fun–sportsmanship is always taught and modeled. Players of all abilities are welcome. Coaches will meet SWES students at the flagpole after school and will walk together to the Primary School Gym. Students will have a few minutes to eat a snack if they choose to bring one. Loaner racquets and all equipment will be provided.
Sat | Nov 4–Dec 16* | 10–11am | $50 per pair
Location: Primary School Gym
*Except Nov 25
Instructors: Caryn Ploof and Heather Dubendorf
Location: TBA Instructor: Martin Coombe, martin@ marcon.com
JUST THE KIDS
(Min 8/Max 12)
Sat | Nov 4–Dec 16* | 9–10am | $45 KIDS WITH PARENT
Min 6/Max 24
Tue/Thu | Sep 19–Oct 19 | 3:40–4:30pm | $60
For players of all levels, including total beginners. Students will learn the basic strokes as well as singles and doubles strategy. If rain forces a class to be canceled, the next class will be twice as long to make up the canceled class. Loaner racquets are available. Location: SWHS Tennis Courts Instructor: Caryn Ploof and Heather Dubendorf Min 6/Max 18
Tue/Thu | Sep 19–Oct 19 | 4:45–5:45pm | $50
6 SPORTS • FITNESS & WELLNESS
PICK-UP VOLLEYBALL ADULTS AGES 18+ Join us for a game of volleyball with a great group of people. Enjoy a fun 2-hour workout while playing volleyball, and improving your skills. Participation is at–your–own–risk, and by participating you consent to our standard waiver/release of liability (see registration form). Coordinator Info: Mike & Amber O’Brien, (360) 661-4545 Location: LMS Main Gym*
Tue | Sep 12–Dec 21* | 6:30–8:30pm | Free** *Location & schedule frequently varies. Please check with coordinator for schedule updates.
**Donations to the Park’s youth scholarship fund are welcome and encouraged.
Schedule TBD, see website | 6:30–8:30pm | Free**
*Schedule frequently varies. Please check with coordinator for schedule updates. **Donations to the Park’s youth scholarship fund are welcome and encouraged.
ADULTS AGES 18+ Come out and play a pick-up game of basketball with your peers. Refine your skills, get in shape, and Hoop It Up! These programs are free, but donations are appreciated and support our Youth Basketball Scholarship fund. Participation is at-your-own-risk, and by participating you consent to our standard waiver/release of liability (see registration form). Location: SW High School Main Gym* Coordinator: Nick Welles, (360) 320-1187
OPEN GYM YOUTH IN GRADES 4-8 Join us for an opportunity to shoot some hoops by yourself or get involved in a pickup game or maybe play a game of HORSE. Program is subject to cancellation based on school activities; there will be no make-up days. Register once for a great deal and drop in whenever you wish. Location: LMS Main Gym Min 9/Max 15
Thu | Nov 2–Dec 21* | 5:30-7pm | $25 or $5 drop-in** *Except Nov 23 **Youth must be registered in advance by a parent/guardian
idbe y Park s and Aqua tics Foundation
RUN FOR THE POOL a family-friendly 5k fun run/walk to help develop a community swiming pool on South Whidbey
10:00 AM @ Community Park, Langley Sponsored by:
register at: www.swparks.org $30 Adults $20 Students Family max $80 Includes T-Shirt, Drinks and Snacks after run.
Bring canned goods for Good Cheer’s Food Drive
The goal of Road Runners Club of America is to see a youth running club in every school and community in the U.S. Each meeting we will have short discussions regarding health and fitness followed by physical activity. We will focus on proper form, running etiquette, stretching, warming up, cooling, down and fun. Every day we’ll head out on the trails and fields of Community Park. Be prepared to participate rain or shine, and help create a supportive environment for your teammates. Coach can meet students at the SW South Campus flagpole after school, and escort them to the program. Runners should be able to walk/jog a mile in 12 minutes. Great conditioning for other sports during the year! Coach: Shannon Lind, USATF, RRCA certified coach, email@example.com Location: SWPRD Building Room 111
Min 10/Max 20
Tue/Thu | Oct 24–Dec 21* | 2:30–3:30pm | *Except Nov 21-23
20172018 DETAILS WILL BE POSTED AT WWW.SWPARKS.ORG COACHES NEEDED
Volunteer coaches are needed for each team in the league. Lead Coach‛s child plays for free. Applications are available online and at SWPRD office in early September. Coaches should apply by registration deadline.
Please note registration deadlines for each division. Register online at swparks.org or in person at SWPRD headquarters.
South Whidbey Parks & Recreation 5475 Maxwelton Road, Langley www.swparks.org (360)221-6788
Limited needs-based scholarships are available.
DIVISIONS Grade 1-2 Coed “Little Dribblers” Registration Deadline: October 1 Skills Development Program Season: Oct 24-Nov 16 Schedule: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00-4:45pm Fee: $70* includes shirt
A grade 1-2 coed basketball league division may be added, check website in November
Grade 3-4 Girls League Season: Practice: Games: Fee:
Registration Deadline: December 6 January to March (Skills Assessment may begin in Dec.) Tuesday &/or Thursday after 4pm Saturdays, Late January to March (6 min). $85* includes team shirt
Grade 3-4 Boys League Season: Practice: Games: Fee:
Registration Deadline: December 6 January to March (Skills Assessment may begin in Dec.) Monday &/or Wednesday after 4pm Saturdays, Late January to March (6 min). $85* includes team shirt
Grade 5-6 Girls League**
Registration Deadline: December 6 January to March (Skills Assessment may begin in Dec.) Monday &/or Wednesday after 5pm Saturdays, Late January to March (6 min). $85* includes team shirt
SWPRD reserves the right to make division & schedule changes (including possibly switching to coed) as needed based on player turnout, gym availability, and coach availability.
Season: Practice: Games: Fee:
Late registration fees may apply after deadlines. Late registrations will be accepted only if space is available.
Grade 5-6 Boys League** Season: Practice: Games: Fee:
Registration Deadline: December 6 January to March (Skills Assessment may begin in Dec.) Tuesday &/or Thursday after 5pm Saturdays, Late January to March (6 min). $85* includes team shirt
Grade 7-8 Girls Traveling Teams Registration Deadline: October 2
Games: Saturday games beginning October 28 Fee: $175 includes S.W.I.S.H. league fees, S.W. practice gyms, jersey.
Traveling teams join the Skagit S.W.I.S.H. League, playing Saturdays (11 game guarantee, not every Saturday) in Skagit County. Practices at SWSD schools will be scheduled by coaches. Follows S.W.I.S.H. League rules & procedures.
Grade 7-8 Boys Traveling Teams Registration Deadline: December 3
Games: Saturdays beginning early Jan, practices will begin earlier Fee: TBD includes S.W.I.S.H. league fees, S.W. practice gyms, jersey. Traveling teams join the Skagit S.W.I.S.H. League, playing Saturdays (11 game guarantee, not every Saturday) in Skagit County. Practices at SWSD schools will be scheduled by coaches. Follows S.W.I.S.H. League rules & procedures. **Grade 5-6 may be given an opportunity to be a part of a more experienced traveling team if we get enough interest (8 players).
8 FITNESS & WELLNESS treats. Discover exercises and workouts that motivate you in fun and positive ways. Meal plan, recipes, and workouts provided to all participants. Start your holiday season with a new, better you! Location: Parks & Rec Bldg, Room 111 & Community Park Picnic Shelter
HEAD START FITNESS CHALLENGE ADULTS 18+ Get a jump-start on developing healthy eating and fitness habits before the holidays hit us. In this 8-week program, attend nutrition classes and fitness seminars as well as group workouts. Join this group and make your wellness a priority! Learn healthy substitutes for favorite holiday
Instructor: Pattie has 15+ years experience working with animals and has developed a program focusing on the same principles of positive reinforcement, behavior modification, and enrichment. Her motto is “Eat clean, live green, train positive.” Pattie believes working out should be the highlight of your day, and seeks to make it as fun and engaging as possible. She is a certified personal trainer and coach.
Sun/Mon/Wed/Fri | Oct 29–Dec 22* | 5:30-6:30pm | $150 *Except Nov 24
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SLOTH ARMY WALKING CLUB Does running for exercise seem overwhelming? Are you looking for a fun and engaging way to move and exercise in a low intensity setting? Let Sloth Army show you how much fun working out can be in an easy walking-centered routine. Focus on mobility exercises and low impact movement. Join the Sloth Army and see why when you go sloth, you never go back! If you want to start an exercise program but have hesitations due to mobility concerns or anxiety, this may be an excellent class to ease you into a fitness program. Participants should be able to walk at a normal pace for up to 30 minutes. Location: Parks & Rec Bldg, Room 111 Instructor: Pattie has 15+ years experience working with animals and has developed a program focusing on the same principles of positive reinforcement, behavior modification, and enrichment. Her motto is “Eat clean, live green, train positive.” Pattie believes working out should be the highlight of your day, and seeks to make it as fun and engaging as possible. She is a certified personal trainer and coach.
Tue | Sep 19–Dec 19 | 8–9am | $15
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MUSIC TOGETHER CHILDREN BIRTH TO 5 YEARS, ACCOMPANIED BY A GROWN-UP Music Together® is based on the premise that all children are musical and caregivers play a crucial role in activating and nurturing their child’s musical development. Research shows early musical development supports all areas of early childhood learning. Classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. Activities are playful, nonperformance-oriented musical experiences - developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers, regardless of their own musical ability. Best of all, it’s fun!
Instructor: Rhonda Salerno, B.A. in Education, Early Childhood Specialist Endorsement. Rhonda has been sharing music and literature to children for over 30 years in her capacity as teacher, teacher educator and administrator and is currently active in Mother Mentors of Whidbey Island. Her commitment to young children and their families has earned her a NAEYC Advocate of the Year award and UAS Chancellor’s Appreciation of Excellence Recognition. She is thrilled to be sharing music together! (360)221-4002 rhonda@ whidbey.com Location: SWPRD Room 125 Min 6/Max 12 Classes fill quickly. If class fills, join wait list, we may add a session.
Mon | Sep 25–Nov 20 | 10:30–11:15am | $120* *Additional siblings 9 months–5 years: $90 (please register in person). Additional registration fee of $50 per family is due at first class and paid directly to director. Checks made payable to MTWI. Class materials include a CD, access online resources, music activity book, and parent guide. Scholarships may be available - contact instructor for info.
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10 MUSIC & ART who have no guitar playing experience who would like to sample playing guitar with a thorough, encouraging and patient instructor, and also makes a great refresher for those with some playing experience. Loaner guitars available, reserve one prior to the first class. All materials included! Location: Parks & Rec Building, Room 125
BEGINNING GUITAR ADULTS & YOUTH 16+* Have fun while learning how to play acoustic guitar! Gain a solid foundation and the tools to play thousands of songs using traditional and contemporary sources, in folk, bluegrass, country, gospel, blues and rock styles. Learn fundamental chords, progressions, strums and fingerpicking. By the end of this course, you will have the resources to play many songs in different styles. Beginning guitar is geared toward folks
Instructor: Quinn Fitzpatrick has had a successful career for over 15 years both as a professional musician and guitar teacher. He came to Whidbey to focus on composing, recording and promoting his solo fingerstyle acoustic guitar music. He is a versatile, encouraging and patient instructor who teaches all styles, ages and levels. Quinn wants every student to have a solid foundation, be inspired and play the music they love. email@example.com www.quinnfitzpatrick.com Min 5/Max 20
Tue | Oct 17–Nov 28** | 6:30–7:30pm | $85 * Kids under 16 welcome when accompanied by an adult. This is a great opportunity to nurture your child’s creativity! **No class Nov 21
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2017-18 SHOWS Disney’s Alice in Wonderland, JR Off-Season • July 20 – 30
Beehive, the 60’s Musical
September 8 - October 1
Kill Me, Deadly by Bill Robens
Noir Comedy • November 3 – 19
Christmas Carol at the Playhouse Off-Season • December 7 – 17
The Producers • Mel Brooks & Thomas Meehan Musical • February 9 – March 4
The Hollow • Agatha Christie
Mystery/Thriller • April 13 – 29
Roald Dahl’s Willy Wonka Musical • June 1 - 24
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BEGINNING DRAWING WITH ZENTANGLE ADULTS & YOUTH 16+* Create a piece of art in every class! Think you can’t draw or aren’t good at visual art? Need a way to release stress and relax daily? Then this class is for you! If greater creativity and balance are among your goals, look no further than Zentangle – a type of meditation achieved through patternmaking, created by artist Maria Thomas and Rick Roberts. Each pattern is built one line at a time, organically combining simple patterns into complex zentangles in unplanned, unexpected ways that grow, change and unfold on the page as you enter an immersive state of flow. You will learn the fundamentals of art and basic drawing
www.swparks.org techniques including line, contour, value, texture, form and shapes. The skills you will learn in this class set a foundation for other mediums. Drawing reduces stress, improves brain function, creative thinking and problem solving skills. Anyone can draw and create a Zentangle! Supply list: Pens (fine point graphic arts pens .01, .05, .001), pencils (HB, 2B), erasers, tortillions, ruler, Strathmore 400 Series 6X6 artist tiles or heavy weight white/off-white paper 60lb+* Location: Parks & Rec Building, Room 125
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Instructor: Quinn has been teaching drawing for 17 years and graduated from the University of Washington’s Natural Science Illustration program. quinn@quinnfitzpatrick. com www.quinnfitzpatrick.com Min 5/Max 20
Tue | Oct 17–Nov 28*** | 5:30–6:30pm | $85* *Youth under 16 welcome when accompanied by an adult. This is a great opportunity to nurture your child’s creativity! **Optional additional materials fee of $15 provides special Zetangle pencils, pens, erasers, tortillions and paper. ***No class Nov 21
PLAY UKULELE TODAY! ADULTS & YOUTH 16+ Start making music with Ukulele. If you have been considering playing ukulele and are ready to take a test run, this workshop is for you! During this introductory session, you will learn some basic chords and strums and be playing simple songs by the end of the workshop. In addition, you will learn some basic music theory. No note reading required! Introduction to ukulele is geared toward folks who have no playing experience whatsoever and would like to sample playing ukulele with an encouraging and patient instructor. This also makes a great refresher for those with some playing experience. Youth 7- 16 welcome if accompanied by a parent. This is a great opportunity to nurture your child’s creativity! Bring: 4 String Ukulele (free Loaners are available upon request) and the recommended text “Ukulele from Scratch” which you can purchase online or from instructor.
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Location: Parks & Rec Building, Room 125 Instructor: Quinn Fitzpatrick has had a successful career for over 15 years both as a professional musician and guitar teacher. He is a versatile, encouraging and patient instructor who teaches all styles, ages and levels. Quinn’s wants every student to have a solid foundation, be inspired and play the music they love. quinn@quinnfitzpatrick. com www.quinnfitzpatrick.com Min 5/Max 20
Sun | Oct 29 | 3–5pm | $60
FINGERSTYLE GUITAR BOOT CAMP Take your playing to the next level!
ADULTS & YOUTH 16+ Ready to stop strumming and start fingerpicking? This workshop is geared towards folks with some playing experience who want to learn how to play “fingerstyle”. Students should have knowledge of first position chords (C,A,G,E,D,F,Am,Dm,Em) and basic rhythmic strumming. You will learn how to play fingerstyle arrangements of songs in bluegrass, celtic, country, folk, gospel, rock, blues and jazz styles. We’ll start with the basics in arpeggio and Travis picking patterns and move on to basic chord melody. You’ll get tips and techniques for playing bass lines and melodies at the same time. You’ll get easy to understand tablature and notation for all the arrangements. Songs will be derived from both traditional and contemporary sources. Please bring an acoustic guitar. Instructor: Quinn Fitzpatrick. Location: SWPRD Building, Room 125 Min 5/Max 20
Sun | Oct 29 | 1–3pm | $60
BECOME A MAGICIAN! After School Club
AGES 8-12, BEGINNERS Abracadabra! The club will feature custom created props, top secret private files for each child and special bonus material the kids can unlock with a secret code after class .Discover Magic, is an innovative national education program specially designed to teach key life skills to 8-12 year olds through the process of learning to perform magic.
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Visit www.northwestmagicacademy.com for more info. The tricks are designed for first time learners and will not only fool adults, but will develop and unlock exciting possibilities in every child. Location: SWPRD Room 125 Instructor: JR Russell, Professional Magician, Seattle Magician of the Year 2012, President Society of American Magician Seattle Assembly, Northwest Regional Vice President, Society of American Magicians, Youth Leader of Society of Young Magician Assembly #145, Member of Kidabra Family Entertainers Society, Member of International Brotherhood of Magician, r@ jrrussellmagic.com, (360) 682-6648 Min 8/Max 15
Wed | Sep 27â€“Nov 29* | 3:45â€“5:15pm | $110** *No class Nov 22 **Additional $50 materials fee Custom magic props, folders, secret files, Custom tricks, Magic T-Shirt, secret video links.
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SPORTS FOR DOGS: K-9 NOSEWORK HUMANS AGE 16+; DOGS AGE 4+ MONTHS (OR ALL VACCINATIONS COMPLETED) This fast–growing dog sport teaches you how to encourage and develop your dog’s amazing natural scenting ability by using its desire to hunt and its love of food, toys, and exercise. This exciting detection style activity is appropriate for dogs of any age, breed, or physical ability and handlers of all ages and abilities. Each dog works separately, one at a time, so this is a class for dogs unsuited for a group setting. Classes are offered at all levels, from beginning to advanced dog handler teams. Programs are on-going and held Wednesdays and Sundays; dates later in summer will be determined in June. Instructor: Georgia Edwards is a nationallyCertified NoseWork Instructor. A retired cancer physician, she first became interested in canine scent discrimination 25 years ago when her hospital therapy dog was able to identify patients with metastatic breast cancer. firstname.lastname@example.org Location: Varies; classes meet in classrooms and outdoors; advanced classes may be held off-site on “field-trips.”
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Schedule: 6-week sessions are held Sundays OR Wednesdays. Times vary by level. See www.swparks.org for detailed schedule.
Fee is $150* per dog *Additional $10 materials fee paid directly to instructor provides odor kit containing 4-6 tins of the target odors, rare-earth magnets, gloves. Drop-ins by appointment $25.
SCHEDULE OF FUN
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Dancing on Whidbey Island Ballet & Pointe • Lyrical • Modern Tap & Jazz • Hip Hop • Creative • Pre-Dance Musical Dance Theater • Gymnastics Men’s Ballet • Yin Yoga • West Aftican
SEPTEMBER SEPT 7 Sports for Dogs: K-9 Nosework
Ages 16+ and their Dogs
SEPT 19 Pick-Up Volleyball
SEPT 19 Middle School Tennis
SEPT 19 Kids’ Tennis Team
SEPT 19 Sloth Army Walking Club
Classes For All Ages! Adult Discounts
360-341-1282 • 714 Camano Avenue • Langley email@example.com • islanddanceandgymnastics.com
SEPT 23 Children’s Day
Kids of all Ages
SEPT 25 Music Together Children Birth to 5 Years SEPT 27 Become a Magician! Magic Club
OCTOBER OCT 1 Little Dribblers Reg. Deadline
Grades 1-2 Boys & Girls
OCT 2 Girls’ Traveling Basketball Team Registration Deadline
OCT 17 Beginning Guitar
Adults & Youth 16+
OCT 17 Drawing with Zentangle
Adults & Youth 16+
OCT 24 Little Dribblers Basketball
Grades 1-2 Boys & Girls
OCT 24 Running Club Grades 5-6 OCT 29 Fingerstyle Guitar Adults & Youth 16+ OCT 29 Play Ukulele Today!
Adults & Youth 16+
OCT 29 Head Start Fitness Challenge
NOVEMBER NOV 2 Open Gym
At Primary Care Clinton: Annette Fly, ARNP and Hannah Carlson, ARNP
Primary care for the whole family including fall sports physicals & immunizations www.whidbeyhealth.org
NOV 4 Indoor Soccer Scrimmage for Kids
NOV 18 Turducken 5K Trot
DECEMBER DEC 3 Boys’ Traveling Basketball Team Registration Deadline
DEC 6 Basketball League Registration Deadline
Grades 3-6 Boys & Girls
JAN 1 Polar Bear Dive
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n 275 SE Cabot Drive Oak Harbor, WA 98277 360.675.6648
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