City of Mill Creek Recreation Guide Spring/Summer 2011 Kid’s Fun Run Pg. 4 Stroller Strides Pg. 13 Co-ed Softball Pg. 13 Parks & Recreation www.cityofmillcreek.com • (425) 745–1891 Registration Begins Monday, March 21, 2011 Information Parks & Recreation Administrative Office Recreation Program Locations Table of Contents Location and Hours Mill Creek City Hall Program Locations ...............................2 Mill Creek City Hall Council Chambers Mill Creek Neighborhood Parks ..........3 15728 Main Street 15728 Main Street, Mill Creek Community Organizations...................3 Mill Creek, WA 98012 Mill Creek City Hall Annex COMMUNITY SERVICES ..................3 Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Large / Small Community Rooms 15720 Main Street, Suite 130, Mill Creek COMMUNITY EVENTS .....................4 Phone (425) 745-1891 Early Morning Walk .............................3 Fax (425) 745-9650 Feel Artistic Studio 16300 Mill Creek Blvd, Ste. #114, Mill Creek Japanese Flower Exhibition..................4 www.cityofmillcreek.com Children’s Concert/Event Series ..........4 Heatherwood Middle School 1419 Trillium Blvd. SE, Mill Creek Kid’s Fun Run ......................................4 Holiday Office Closures 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament ............4 Memorial Day May 30, 2011 Henry M. Jackson High School 4th of July (observed) July 4, 2011 1508 136th Street SE, Mill Creek PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS ................5 Preschool Pals – Kindergarten Prep! ...5 Lively Environmental Property Parks & Recreation Contact Information 1918 Seattle Hill Rd., Mill Creek Ballet Classes ........................................5 Pam Olson Recreation Supervisor Doodle Dots & Camp ...........................5 Mill Creek Elementary firstname.lastname@example.org 3400 148th Street SE, Mill Creek Mini Markers Camp .............................5 Brian Davern Recreation Assistant Gymnastic Classes ...............................6 email@example.com Penny Creek Elementary Kristen Snyder Recreation Assistant 4117 132nd Ave SE, Everett Kidz Love Soccer .................................6 firstname.lastname@example.org The Ceramic Place Tiny Tiger Martial Arts.........................6 1327 112th St. SE, Ste. C, Everett Mini Hawk Camp.................................7 Parks & Recreation Board Music for Baby & Preschool................7 Budget Blinds The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meets at Mill Creek City Hall, Council Chambers at 13206 Bothell–Everett Hwy., Ste. 401 YOUTH PROGRAMS .........................7 Tiger Kids Martial Arts .........................7 5:00 pm on the first Wednesday of each month. Applause Studio Gordon Keene Board Chair 17903 Bothell–Everett Hwy., Ste. 103, Bothell Happily Ever After Musical Camp .......8 Kim Cortright Vice Chair Programs also take place at various Mill Creek Dance/Theatre Classes .........................8 Kathy Nielsen Council Representative Neighborhood Parks. See page 3 for park Play–Well Computer Camp .................8 Bart Masterson Council Alternate locations. Babysitting Safety ................................9 Kim Cortright Children’s Art Classes ..........................9 Brady Austin Disclaimer Piano Classes ........................................9 Vincent Cavaleri The City of Mill Creek prohibits sex discrimination in the operation, conduct, or administration of Kids & Family Yoga .............................9 Gary Harrison community athletics programs for youth or adults. Sports Camps/Clinics....................10, 11 Lynn Sordel Third parties who receive leases or permits from TEEN PROGRAMS ...........................12 Janice Willms the City of Mill Creek for a community athletics Joyce Jun Student Representative program are also prohibited from discriminating on Youth Advisory Board 2011/2012 .....12 the basis of gender. In addition, the City of Mill Looking Good ...................................12 Are you a Mill Creek Resident? Creek does not discriminate on any other basis Dodgeball ...........................................12 A resident is any person who lives within the city protected by federal or state law, including race/ color, creed (religion), national origin, disability, Radio Control Cars ............................12 limits of Mill Creek. This is not to be confused with school attendance or zip code. City and use of a guide dog or service animal by a person Laser Tag ............................................12 with a disability, HIV/AIDS or hepatitis C status, School District boundaries are not the same. Most Golf Lessons .......................................12 programs/classes have different fees for residents sexual orientation/gender identity, or honorably ADULT/FAMILY PROGRAMS .........12 and non– residents. Mill Creek residents make a discharged veteran and military status. If you have significant contribution to the City’s financing and questions or wish to file a complaint, or if you Beginning Guitar................................12 require a reasonable accommodation for a disability, operation through city property taxes. Therefore, Co-ed Softball .....................................13 please contact the City of Mill Creek Recreation Mill Creek residents receive a discount off the Dog Obedience...................................13 regular class fee. To ensure equity, non-residents Supervisor at (425) 921–5737. Adult Fitness Classes ....................13, 15 (those living outside the Mill Creek city limits) will pay the regular program or facility fee. Satisfaction Guaranteed Design Classes ....................................14 The Mill Creek Parks and Recreation Division strives First Aid/CPR Classes .........................14 to provide the best recreation programs possible. New Programs Welcome! Adult Art/Cooking Classes ...........14, 15 Please give us a call and let us know how we are If you would like to see us offer a new recreation doing! If for any reason you are dissatisfied with SENIOR PROGRAMS ........................... program, class, or event that you don’t see in the one of our programs or have a suggestion, please Mill Creek Seniors Club .....................15 Recreation Guide, please contact Kristen at (425) call (425) 921–5737, and the Recreation Supervisor Greater Mill Creek Senior Programs .15 921–5779. Qualified instructors are welcome to will be happy to address your situation. call regarding program proposals. Registration Info/Form .......................16 2 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Information/Community Services “Thank You” Community Mill Creek Little League COMMUNITY SERVICES Our thanks and appreciation is organizations PO Box 12445 Mill Creek, 98082 Mill Creek Police Department extended to Everett School District for their assistance and cooperation Mill Creek Business (425) 338–5410 15728 Main Street with facilities and promotion of our Association www.millcreeklittleleague.com (425) 337–1115 / community recreation programs. PMB 634 (425) 745–6175 13300 Bothell–Everett Hwy Mill Creek Rotary Club The Everett School District has Passport Services: Mill Creek, WA 98012 Bill McElroy neither reviewed nor approved the www.millcreekbiz.com (425) 483-2169 Passport Services: The Mill Creek program, personnel, activities or email@example.com Police Department offers Passport organizations announced in this flier. Mill Creek Town Center Services. Please call (425) 337–1115 The participants agree to protect, Business Association Silver Lake Soccer Club for information regarding what to indemnify, and hold harmless the PO Box 12543 www.millcreektowncenter.biz bring with you. Adult renewals district, its elected and appointed Mill Creek, 98082 may be done by mail. Forms are officials, employees, agents, staff and Mill Creek Community (425) 481–2665 available at the police department. volunteers, from any and all claims, Association www.silverlakesoccerclub.com Passport service is available Tuesday liabilities, damages, expenses, or (425) 316–3344 Silver Lake Athletic Assn. through Friday from 1:00 pm – 6:00 rights of action, directly or indirectly www.mcca.info pm and Saturdays 12:00 pm – 5:00 attributed to the activities. Permission 15305 Broadway Ave. pm. Holidays will be observed. No to distribute this flier should not be Mill Creek Lions Club Snohomish, 98296 appointment necessary. Walk-ins considered a recommendation of the (425) 337–9015 (425) 481–0462 will be accepted, as space is available. program by the school district. This www.eteamz.com/ is not a school district sponsored www.millcreeklions.org silverlakeathleticassociation Mill Creek Public Library program/activity. 15429 Bothell-Everett Hwy online Registration ThANk You FoR YouR SuPPoRT (425) 337–4822 To obtain an online account, log on to 2011 Community Event Sponsors: Book donations accepted at http://activenet.active.com/millcreek Gold Sponsors Silver Sponsors Library year-round. Click “Request an Account” Friends of the Mill Creek Library Copiers Etcetera, Inc. Book Sale Fill in applicable fields and click ABBA International Just2Dads Insurance Friends of the Mill Creek Library “Submit” Doggy Haven Resort FROST Donuts will have their semi-annual book sale An acknowledgement email will be Nancy’s Noah’s Ark, Inc. The Little Gym of Alderwood on May 14 from 10 am to 3 pm at sent to you within 48 hours. Once Mill Creek Rotary The Goddard School the Mill Creek Library. Generally Windermere Mill Creek Budget Blinds in Mill Creek you receive an email, begin registering. hardback books will be $1 and Central Market Sullivan Orthodontics, Inc. paperback books are $.50. Media All Online registrations are subject will also be available and priced Waste Management to a non–refundable convenience from $.25 to $2.00. If possible please Bronze Sponsors fee, collected to offset the costs of bring your own book bag. Gently used Peoples Bank, The Donaldson Clinic, Jet City Pizza, Applebee’s books can always be donated at the providing this service. The fee is In-Kind Sponsors library. Proceeds are used to support added at time of registration. Any questions, please call (425) 921–5779. The Journey Church, Skyhawks Sports Academy, Starbucks, library programs for children, teens Canyon Creek Church, Mill Creek Living Magazine and adults. Mill Creek Fire Station 76 Mill Creek Neighborhood Parks 1020 153rd Street SE, Hours: Parks are open from 8:00 am to 10:00 pm Mill Creek, WA Cougar Park (5 acres) Nickel Creek Park (19.75 acres) Fire District #7 3221 148th Street SE, Mill Creek 1900 164th Street SE, Mill Creek (425) 486–1217 Heron Park (3.8 acres) Pine Meadow Park (4.5 acres) 2701 155th Street SE, Mill Creek 15803 32nd Ave. SE, Mill Creek Highlands Park (3.5 acres) Silver Crest Park (.61 acres) 16123 Highlands Blvd., Mill Creek 13621 28th Drive SE, Mill Creek Hillside Park (1.2 acres) North Creek Trail (approx. 3 miles) Early Morning Walking/ 14721 12th Ave. SE, Mill Creek Currently begins at McCollum Park (off Dumas Road) and Running Group Library Park (1.2 acres) continues south through Mill Creek Town Center, to North Looking to shed some unwanted 15429 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Mill Creek Creek Park pounds and have more energy Mill Creek Sports Park (4.8 acres) For amenities, please visit www.cityofmillcreek.com throughout the day? Start your day 13903 North Creek Drive, Mill Creek Snohomish County Regional Parks out with an early morning walk/run • Freedom Field: Lighted Youth Baseball/ Softball McCollum Park (approx. 78 acres) at Jackson High School track while Field, Modified Soccer Field, Concession Stand, 600 128th Street SE, Everett meeting others in the community, Restrooms, Play Area Monday through Friday at 5:15 am. Restrooms, Outdoor Pool, Picnic Tables, Playground, Grassy • Skate Park: Lighted & fenced 10,000 square foot All ages are welcome. Please contact Skate Park. Play Area Claudia at (425) 357–0180 for more Skate Park is open 8:00 am to 10:00 pm when North Creek Park (approx. 80 acres) details. skating surface is clear and dry. 1011 183rd Street SE, Bothell Restrooms, Walking Trails, Picnic Table 425-745-1891 Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide www.cityofmillcreek.com 3 Community Events 3-on-3 Basketball Children’s Concert/Performance Series Tournament Friends of the Mill Creek Library are co-sponsoring with Mill Creek Parks & Recreation and local sponsors to present the annual children’s entertainment at Library Park. The summer performances will Join us for the 6th Annual Mill Creek Parks & be a 4 week series on Wednesdays. These FREE concerts/performances feature music, fun and laughs Recreation 3-on-3 Main Street Madness Basketball for children of all ages. Bring a lunch, a blanket and join us for a variety of shows and entertainment. Tournament, during the Run of the Mill Saturday, July 9, 2011. If you are interested in playing or Day & Time: Wednesdays, 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm volunteering as a referee or scorekeeper, please Location: Library Park, 15429 Bothell-Everett Hwy., Mill Creek contact Brian Davern (425) 921-5736 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Prizes awarded to first Performers Include: place team in each division. All Early Registration July 27 Buck & Elizabeth participants receive a T-shirt. Buck & Elizabeth are ready to lasso you for a cowboy/ cowgirl costume FREE Early Registration Entry Deadline: contest. So come ready to strut your stuff and enjoy a fun and exciting show. Friday, June 17, 2011 Aug. 3 Eric Ode Event Registration Deadline: An upbeat, high participation show that includes, music, stories, skits, Tuesday, July 5, 2011 poetry, props and puppets! Fun for the whole family. Event Date: Saturday, July 9, 2011 Aug. 10 Nancy Stewart Location: City Hall Annex parking lot This entertainer is a national award-winning musician who has been writing 15720 Main Street, Mill Creek and performing for young children and their families for twenty years. Featuring original and traditional Fee: Youth Divisions - $80 Team Entry Fee songs, Nancy has performed in schools, homes, and libraries across the country. Men’s & Women’s Divisions $100 Team Entry Fee Aug. 17 Alex Zerbe Youth Divisions (games will be played A high energy comedy show that incorporates a dynamic array of amazing stunts like juggling, comedy in the morning): and audience participation. Alex is an exceptional family friendly entertainer. 5th & 6th Grades Parking is available at the Library parking lot and on the north side of the street off 156th St SE, Mill 7th & 8th Grades Creek. Parking is also available near Azteca Restaurant. Please use crosswalks at all times for safety. 9th – 12th Grades Adult Divisions (games will be played in the Eric Ode afternoon) Men’s Open (18 – 30 years old) Men’s 30 to 45 years Men’s 45 years and over Women’s Open Co-ed (18 years and over, at least one woman on court at all times) We reserve the right to combine/ cancel divisions with insufficient enrollment. Buck & Elizabeth 2k- kids’ Fun Run Please join Run 26, the Parks & Recreation staff and Alex Zerbe the Youth Advisory Board members for the 2nd Nancy Stewart Annual Kid’s Fun Run on Saturday, August 13, 2011. Run will take place at Heatherwood Middle School track and field; ½ mile at 10am and 2K (1.2 mile) at 10:45am. Kids ages kindergarten through 5th grade are invited to participate. Registered Japanese Flower Arranging: Exhibition & Show participants will receive a Fun Run T-shirt and Please join us for the 13th Annual Exhibition of Japanese Flower Arrangements sponsored by the Mill goodie bag. Creek Ikenobo group and Mill Creek Parks & Recreation on display at City Hall Annex Building. Created Participants must submit registration by August by local masters and advanced students, the show presents 30+ traditional fresh flower arrangements 5th in order to receive a t-shirt. that represent the Ikenobo School of Ikebana. All parents will be required to sign a waiver and *Learn Japanese Flower Arranging at 2:00 p.m. in a FREE one-hour lesson demonstration. For are encouraged to stay and cheer on the children. additional information please contact Mary Love at (425) 337 – 4767. Registration is $12 of which $6 is given to Day/Date: Sunday May 1, 2011 the American Red Cross to help families in Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm - Exhibition Show FREE Snohomish County for disaster relief. 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm - Lesson/Demonstration* Please visit www.cityofmillcreek.com for more Fee: FREE information or if you would like to volunteer or Location: City Hall Annex Building, Large Community Room make a donation, please contact Kristen at (425) 15720 Main Street, Mill Creek 921-5779 email@example.com. 4 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Preschool Programs Pre-School Pals – kindergarten Prep! Doodle Dots (4 Weeks) Sign up now, for this developmentally-appropriate preschool program! Our highly-trained staff provides Discover the joy of creating original artwork with hands-on activities for your child to explore math, science, art, reading and writing readiness, music, your child! Inspiring storytelling, poetry, sing-a- dramatic play, and large motor activities. We help them to develop social skills and to learn through play longs, movement, or games introduce each day’s and exploration. Our teacher-led circle time is a great place for developing language skills through song, theme. Learn the basics: shapes, colors, patterns. nursery rhymes, and games. The 4 & 5 year olds will meet for three hours per day, two days a week, with an Experiment with a variety of mediums in interesting, optional 3-hour Friday morning class. The 3 & 4 year olds will meet two days a week for two hours per day. messy, and creative ways. The masterpiece is always Inclement Weather Policy something you’ve created together! We’ll be creating To ensure the safety of our class participants & staff, the Preschool Pals program will be closed if the a number of spring and special holiday projects this Everett School District closes due to inclement weather. If the school district is delayed, the 9:00 am session! Parent participation is required. Preschool Pals program will be canceled. Contact (425) 745–1891 for updated information. If class is Special Instructions: $4 Supply fee payable to canceled due to inclement weather, there will NOT be a make-up day scheduled. No refunds will be given. instructor at first class. Special Instructions: Child MUST be potty trained and the specified age by the start of the first Age: 2 Years – 4 ½ Years class. Afternoon class bring your own lunch, T/TH morning class bring a snack with a drink, Friday Day: Wed class bring your choice of a snack or lunch; everyone will eat together. 4125 Apr 13 – May 11 10:30 am – 11:20 am Instructors: Monica Rucker, Wendy Frazier and Kasey Hnilo (No Class Apr 20) Location: City Hall Annex Community Rooms 4126 May 18 – Jun 8 10:30 am – 11:20 am (Enrollment will remain open until classes are full) Non-Resident Fee: $48 “Come 3 & 4 Year Olds – Tues & Thurs Resident Fee: $42 Check-out Location: Small Community Room 4075 Apr 12 – Jun 16 9:00 am – 11:00 am Non-Resident Fee: $261 (approx $87/mo) Preschool Pals” If you’re looking into preschool Doodle Dots Mini Camp NEW Resident Fee: $227 (approx $76/mo) Summer is the perfect time to spend the morning for fall, our class will be in session 4 & 5 Year Olds – Tues & Thurs and you can come see what we’re all creating art with your child! It’s the same Doodle 4076 Apr 12 – Jun 16 11:30 am – 2:30 pm about. Come meet the teachers, friends Dot format with circle time, singing, and activities Non-Resident Fee: $369 (approx $123/mo) and see the preschool pals set-up. No need except with the luxury of time. With our theme Resident Fee: $321 (approx $107/mo) to pre-register. Call (425) 921-5779 for “Fun in the Sun” you’ll make fun projects and enjoy alternative dates. a snack! Parent participation is required. 4 & 5 Year Olds – Fri Class “Open House” Special Instructions: $10 Supply fee payable to 4077 Apr 15 – Jun 10 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Day/Date: Thursday, Apr 28 instructor at first class Non-Resident Fee: $185 (approx $62/mo) Age: 2 Years – 4 ½ Years Resident Fee: $160 (approx $53/mo) 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm Day:s Mon – Thurs 4127 Jul 18 – Jul 21 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Non-Resident Fee: $75 Resident Fee: $65 Ballet Classes (5 Weeks) Location: Lively Environmental Property ALL CLASSES: Enroll older siblings- age appropriate projects will be provided! Non-resident Fee: $55 Resident Fee: $48 Special Instructions: $10 Supply fee payable to instructor at first class Location: Large Community Room Age: 4 ½ Years – 8 Years Recommended dress attire: Girls- footless or stirrup tights; Boys- t-shirt, black or blue shorts, and bare feet. 4229 Jul 18 – Jul 21 Mon – Thurs Creative Ballet Time: 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Ballet gives your child good posture and graceful movement. In a structured and playful way, young Non-Resident Fee: $58 dancers gain control of their bodies as they create shapes and lines, and dance to rhythm and music. Resident Fee: $50 Age: 3 Years – 4 Years 4098 Apr 9 – May 7 Sat 10:30 am – 11:10 am Mini Markers Mini Camp 4099 Apr 9 – May 7 Sat 11:15 am – 11:55 am Join me in a “ Tropical Adventure!” We’ll 4100 May 14 – Jun 18 Sat 10:30 am – 11:10 am (No Class May 28) celebrate summer through literature, songs, and 4101 May 14 – Jun 18 Sat 11:15 am – 11:55 am (No Class May 28) Art! Experiment with drawing, painting, clay and crafts as we explore the wonders of far away tropical 4102 Jul 23 – Aug 20 Sat 10:30 am – 11:10 am islands! Snack provided and parent participation 4103 Jul 23 – Aug 20 Sat 11:15 am – 11:55 am is optional. Special Instructions: $10 Supply fee payable to Beginning Ballet instructor at first class This introductory class gives your child good posture and graceful movement. In a structured and playful Age: 4 ½ Years – 7 Years way, young dancers learn basic elements of ballet. The program aims to stimulate young students with the Days: Mon – Thurs love of dance and help them gain control of their bodies in the creation of shape, line, jumps, and leaps. 4128 Jul 18 – Jul 21 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Age: 5 Years – 7 Years Non-Resident Fee: $86 4104 Apr 9 – May 7 Sat 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm Resident Fee: $75 4105 May 14 – Jun 11 Sat 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm (No Class May 28) Location: Lively Environmental Property 4106 Jul 23 – Aug 20 Sat 12:00 pm – 12:45 pm 425-745-1891 Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide www.cityofmillcreek.com 5 Preschool/Youth Programs kidz Love Soccer (8 Weeks) kidz Love Soccer Summer Camp Mill Creek Parks & Recreation is teaming up again with Kidz Love Soccer to Spend a week enjoying the world’s most popular sport in a fun, recreational bring you the following outdoor Soccer programs for kids ages two through environment. Learn and practice soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, ten. During inclement weather conditions call City Hall at (425) 745–1891 receiving and shooting. Individual skill building and team play are both included. or KLS at 1–888–372–5803. Everyone is a winner as the week’s fun culminates in an age-appropriate “World Cup” tournament. ALL CLASSES: Non-Resident Fee: $90 All campers will receive a soccer ball and a Kidz Love Soccer Jersey. Campers should bring a full water bottle and a healthy snack. ALL PARTICIPANTS Resident Fee: $78 MUST WEAR SHIN GUARDS. Soccer shoes and sunscreen are recommended. Location: Pine Meadow Park 15803 32nd Avenue SE, Mill Creek ALL CLASSES: Days: Mon – Fri Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer Non-Resident Fee: $132 Introduce yourself and your toddler to one of the World’s Most Popular Resident Fee: $115 Games! As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, Location: Pine Meadow Park your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. 15803 32nd Avenue SE, Mill Creek A variety of activities designed around the game of soccer will be played each 4122 4 ½ Years – 6 Years Aug 8 – Aug 12 9:00 am – 12:00 pm week. Parent participation is required. 4123 7 Years – 8 Years Aug 8 – Aug 12 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Age: 2 Years – 3 ½ Years 4124 9 Years – 10 Years Aug 8 – Aug 12 9:00 am – 12:00 pm 4107 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 10:20 am – 10:50 am 4108 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 10:20 am – 10:50 am 4109 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Gymnastic Classes (5 Weeks) Each five-week session will offer new, fun and exciting activities. Tot-Soccer/ Pre-Soccer/ Soccer 1/ Soccer 2 & 3 Special Instructions: Participants should wear shorts with no zippers, warm-ups Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through fun and t-shirts. On cold days, wearing a sweatshirt over a t-shirt is recommended. soccer activities, while encouraging large motor skill development. Children Please no gum, candy or jewelry will learn to follow directions and enjoy running and kicking just like the pros! Location: Large Community Room Special Instructions: Shin guards are required after the first class! 15720 Main Street, Mill Creek Tot-Soccer Toddle Time Gymnastics Age: 3 ½ Years – 4 Years Walking, running, marching, swinging, and the exploration of concepts such 4110 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 11:00 am – 11:30 am as up, down, in, out, through, etc., are important at this very young age. This 4111 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 3:40 pm – 4:10 pm class is designed to promote these activities in a friendly atmosphere. 4112 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 11:00 am – 11:30 am Parent participation is required. 4113 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 4:40 pm – 5:10 pm Age: 18 Months – 2 ½ Years Pre-Soccer 4078 Apr 15 – May 13 Fri 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm Age: 4 Years – 5 Years 4079 May 20 – Jun 17 Fri 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm 4114 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 11:30 am – 12:05 pm 4080 Jun 24 – Jul 22 Fri 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm 4115 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 4:10 pm – 4:45 pm Non-resident Fee: $64 4116 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 11:30 am – 12:05 pm Resident Fee: $56 4117 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 5:10 pm – 5:45 pm Advanced Toddle Time Soccer 1 This class is the second level of gymnastics and prepares your child for the Age: 5 Years – 6 Years preschool gymnastics class. Your child will be able to explore the first rotation 4118 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm with parent involvement. 4119 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 5:45 pm – 6:30 pm Age: 2 ½ Years – 3 ½ Years Soccer 2 & 3 4081 Apr 15 – May 13 Fri 2:10 pm – 2:40 pm Age: 7 Years – 10 Years 4082 May 20 – Jun 17 Fri 2:10 pm – 2:40 pm 4120 Apr 26 – Jun 14 Tues 5:30 pm – 6:15 pm 4083 Jun 24 – Jul 22 Fri 2:10 pm – 2:40 pm 4121 July 5 – Aug 23 Tues 6:30 pm – 7:15 pm Non-resident Fee: $64 Resident Fee: $56 Preschool Gymnastics Tiny Tigers Martial Arts (8 Weeks) Our specially sized gymnastics equipment, fun music, games, and more are all This FUN program introduces basic Martial arts skills. It focuses on Fun used to help teach the gymnastic basics to preschoolers. Emphasis is placed & Fitness while developing motor skills, coordination, self-esteem, and on having fun, learning, and following directions. improved listening skills. Age: 3 ½ Years – 5 Years Special Instructions: Wear loose fitting comfortable clothing. Parents may 4084 Apr 15 – May 13 Fri 2:50 pm – 3:30 pm watch the first class, however, due to limited space, will be asked to remain 4085 May 20 – Jun 17 Fri 2:50 pm – 3:30 pm in the lobby for the remainder of the session. An annual AAU $12.00 fee 4086 Jun 24 – Jul 22 Fri 2:50 pm – 3:30 pm (payable to AAU) will be due at the first class and given to the instructor. Non-resident Fee: $68 Age: 3 Years – 5 Years Resident Fee: $59 4094 Apr 15 – Jun 3 Fri 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm 4095 Jun 17 – Aug 5 Fri 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Non-Resident Fee: $99 Resident Fee: $86 Location: Large Community Room 6 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Preschool Programs Music for Baby (5 Weeks) NEW Music for Preschool (5 Weeks) If your baby can support their head, then you are ready for this class! Nurture Discover new rhythms. Dance to different beats. Sing favorite songs. Recent your baby’s cognitive, physical, and emotional development through music! research shows that early, continuous experiences with music and movement Stimulating activities develop more brain connections and more blood vessels set the stage for success in language, reading and math. From jazz to classical, to nourish the brain. Music teaches beat and timing and gross motor skills, to reggae and rock n’ roll, Music for Preschool takes you on a playful journey increasing the baby’s stimulation of the vestibular system to develop balance. through a world of music. Parent must attend with child and child should Come spend the morning singing and delighting your baby with music, touch, be walking. and snuggle time! Please bring blanket for baby to play on. Older siblings ALL CLASSES: welcome. Parent must attend with child. Age: 13 Months – 4 Years Age: 3 Months – 13 Months (Up to walking) Non-resident Fee: $63 4096 May 16 – Jun 20 Mon 9:30 am – 10:15 am (No Class May 30) Resident Fee: $55 4097 Jul 11 – Aug 8 Mon 9:30 am – 10:15 am Location: Large Community Room Non-resident Fee: $58 Resident Fee: $50 Monday Class Location: Large Community Room 4087 Apr 11 – May 9 10:30 am – 11:15 am 4088 May 16 – Jun 20 10:30 am – 11:15 am (No Class May 30) 4089 Jul 11 – Aug 8 10:30 am – 11:15 am Mini-hawk Sports Camp Wednesday Class Mini-Hawk camps allows young children to explore soccer, baseball, and 4090 Apr 13 – May 11 10:00 am – 10:45 am basketball in a day-program setting. There is no pressure – just lots of fun while 4091 May 18 – Jun 15 10:00 am – 10:45 am these young athletes participate in all three sports through unique Skyhawks games. Our Mini-Hawk coaching staff is trained to meet the specific needs of young children and is committed to helping them start off on the right foot as they venture into athletics. Instructors: A qualified director with good communication skills and experience Splishin’ and Splashin’ Music for in sports management staffs each camp. All staff members are first aid certified. Preschool Each camper receives a T-shirt. Please bring water and two snacks. We’ll be splishin’ and splashin’ and doing the beach boogie as we listen to 4 and 5 Day Camps some fun summer tunes! It’s summer vacation music time! Come and join us Age: 4 Years – 7 Years as we learn fun songs about bugs, sunshine, the beach, and fishies swimming Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm in the sea! Non-Resident Fee: $138 (5 day camp) or $114 (4 day camp) Age: 13 Months – 4 Years Resident Fee: $120 (5 day camp) or $99 (4 day camp) Day: Wednesday Location: Mill Creek Elementary Field 4092 May 4 – Jun 1 4:30 pm – 5:15 pm 4093 Jun 15 – Jul 13 4:30 pm – 5:15 pm Code/Date/Days: Non-resident Fee: $58 4049 Jun 27 – July 1 Mon – Fri Resident Fee: $50 4050 July 5 – July 8 Tues – Fri (4 day camp) Location: Large Community Room 4051 Aug 1 – Aug 5 Mon – Fri Youth Programs Tiger kids Martial Arts Summer Martial Arts Learn the kicks of Tae Kwon Do. The moves of Kung-Fu, Kenpo Karate & Kobudo are used Camp to develop motor skills, coordination, build self–confidence, respect in students, and improved A fun filled week of padded sword sparring, bag listening skills. Stranger awareness & safety skills will be taught along with bag kicking & padded kicking and martial arts training. Campers will sword sparring for FUN! learn self-defense skills while improving motor Special Instructions: Wear loose fitting comfortable clothing. First time students will receive a skills, coordination & respect for others while FREE white belt given in class. An annual AAU $12.00 fee (payable to AAU) will be due at the having fun. All campers will receive a Martial first class and given to the instructor. Arts t-shirt. An annual AAU $12.00 fee (payable ALL CLASSES: to AAU) will be due at the first class and given Age: 5 Years and Up to the instructor. Beginners = White & low yellow belt Colored Belts = Orange & above Location: Large Community Room Age: 5 Years and Up Non-Resident Fee: $99 Resident Fee: $86 Day: Monday – Friday Beginners Colored Belts 4147 Jul 11 – Jul 15 Time: 4:30 pm – 5:10 pm Time: 5:15 pm – 6:00 pm Time: 10:00 am – 11:15 am Session 1 Session 1 Non-Resident Fee: $80 4137 Apr 12 – May 31 Tues 4141 Apr 12 – May 31 Tues Resident Fee: $70 4138 Apr 15 – Jun 3 Fri 4142 Apr 15 – Jun 3 Fri Location: Large Community Room Session 2 Session 2 4139 Jun 14 – Aug 2 Tues 4143 Jun 14 – Aug 2 Tues 4140 Jun 17 – Aug 5 Fri 4144 Jun 17 – Aug 5 Fri 425-745-1891 Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide www.cityofmillcreek.com 7 Youth Programs Play-Well TEknologies Class Engineering FuNdamentals happily Ever After Musical Camp Camp Engineering Challenge Two weeks of singing, dancing and performing on Students take on real-life engineering challenges that NEW explore concepts in physics, architecture, mechanical stage! Kids learn to feel more comfortable working You will work cooperatively with your teammates and structural engineering with over 100,000 pieces and performing with others... a great beginning to complete the mission. Achieving mission goals of LEGO® material. From racecars to Battle tracks, to summer! will necessitate construction of trucks, bridges, this is a hands-on and minds-on camp suitable “TURN THE LIGHTS ON!” This class will put on elevators, cranes, bulldozers, conveyor belts, for LEGO® novices to “maniacs.” Designed by a musical review of songs from MOVIES, DISNEY and other motorized and alternatively powered engineers, the curriculum challenges both new and BROADWAY! contraptions. Instruction will be provided by staff. and returning students to reach the next level of Special Instructions: For daily rehearsals, students Familiarity with the LEGO® technique building engineering comprehension, all while having fun. need to dress comfortably for moving and dancing. system is desirable and can be obtained by attending Age: 7 Years – 11 Years Students need to bring a snack and water each day. Engineering FUNdamentals camp. Days: Mon – Fri For the performance, girls will need black leotards Age: 7 Years – 11 Years 4160 Jul 25 – Jul 29 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm and tights; boys will need black pants and white Day: Thurs 4161 Aug 8 – Aug 12 9:00 am – 12:00 pm undershirts. Other costumes will be provided. No 4158 Apr 14 – Jun 2 4:15 pm – 5:45 pm experience necessary. Non-Resident Fee: $173 Ages: Entering 3rd Grade and Up Resident Fee: $150 Engineering Challenge Summer Days: Mon – Fri Location: Penny Creek Elem. Library, Camp NEW 4129 Jun 27 – Jul 8 9:00 am – 12:00 pm 4117 132nd St. SE, Everett You will work cooperatively with your teammates (No class Jul 4) to complete the mission. Achieving mission goals Non-Resident Fee: $173 will necessitate construction of trucks, bridges, Resident Fee: $150 Play-Well Summer Camps elevators, cranes, bulldozers, conveyor belts, Location: Mill Creek Elem. Cafeteria, ALL CAMPS: and other motorized and alternatively powered 3400 148th St S.E. Mill Creek Non-Resident Fee: $184 contraptions. Instruction will be provided by staff. Performance: Friday, July 8th at 12:00 pm Resident Fee: $160 Familiarity with the LEGO® Technique building Please invite family and friends on the last day of Location: Lively Environmental Center system is desirable and can be obtained by attending the program! 1918 Seattle Hill Road, Engineering FUNdamentals camp. Mill Creek Age: 7 Years – 11 Years Group Voice Class (6 Weeks) Days: Mon – Fri Vocal training will help to prepare kids for solo vocal 4162 Aug 8 – Aug 12 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Pre-Engineering Camp performances. Each student will gain confidence as they perfect their own solo in this group setting. Students will build cities, bridges, and motorized Age: 4th Grade and Up cars/planes and explore the many creative possibilities of engineering with the LEGO® system. Day: Sat With access to over 100,000 pieces of LEGO®, 4133 Apr 16 – May 21 11:00 am – 12:00 pm your child will have the opportunity to build what Non-Resident Fee: $71 they have only dreamed of with the support of an Beginning hip hop (6 Weeks) Resident Fee: $62 experienced Play-Well Engineering instructor to Hip Hop is a fun high energy style of dance your Location: Applause Studio guide them. kids will love. The instructor has trained with the 17903 Bothell Everett Hwy, Ste 103, Bothell Age: 5 Years – 6 Years “So You Think You Can Dance” choreographers Days: Mon – Fri and has brought back new moves for you to learn Circus Time (4 Days) NEW 4159 Jul 25 – Jul 29 9:00 am – 12:00 pm a funky routine to a popular song. Come learn circus tricks, juggling, ballooning, jump ALL CLASSES: roping, magic and more. Non-Resident Fee: $74 Age: 8 Years and Up Resident Fee: $64 Days: Tues – Fri Sword Play for Fun & Fitness Location: Applause Studio 4134 Jul 5 – Jul 8 10:00 am – 12:00 pm What boy or girl doesn’t want to sword spar like 17903 Bothell Everett Hwy, Ste 103, Bothell Non-Resident Fee: $86 a Jedi Knight? Here is their chance to get some Hip Hop I Resident Fee: $75 exercise, increase focus, and learn respect for Age: 1st Grade – 3rd Grade Location: Applause Studio others. Students will learn sword moves and forms Day: Sat 17903 Bothell Everett Hwy ,Ste 103, Bothell then apply them in a safe, fun way using safety helmets and padded swords. All safety equipment 4130 Apr 16 – May 21 10:00 am – 11:00 am Dance Sampler Camp (4 Days) is provided. An annual AAU $12.00 fee (payable Hip Hop II This is a great chance to learn from many of our to AAU) will be due at the first class and given to Age: 4th Grade and Up talented instructors. In this camp you will sample the instructor. Day: Sat ballet, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, and hip hop. Age: 8 Years and Up 4131 Apr 16 – May 21 11:00 am – 12:00 pm Age: 8 Years and Up Day: Fri Hip Hop Camp Days: Mon – Thurs 4145 Apr 15 – Jun 3 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm Age: 8 Years and Up 4135 Jul 18 – Jul 21 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm 4146 Jun 17 – Aug 5 6:15 pm – 7:00 pm Day: Mon – Thurs Non-Resident Fee: $86 Non-Resident Fee: $99 4132 Aug 8 – Aug 11 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Resident Fee: $75 Resident Fee: $86 Non-Resident Fee: $86 Location: Applause Studio Location: Large Community Room Resident Fee: $75 17903 Bothell Everett Hwy, Ste 103, Bothell 8 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Youth Programs Princess Camp (4 Days) NEW Ceramic kids Workshops open Sketch NEW A fun week of dress-up, crafts, dancing and stories, (2 Day Class) Get ready and come learn to truly “see” objects camp ends with a tea party for you and your parent in an artistic way. In this class students will learn Please join the Ceramic Place for a FANTASTIC or adult friend. Many of your favorite Disney the basic fundamentals of still life sketching using Kids Workshop! These classes will offer different princesses will be visiting throughout the day. different shades of graphite and charcoal. They will techniques and ceramic pieces. The techniques Age: 4 Years – 6 Years also learn blending and line variation technique. may include sponge painting, toothbrush painting, Days: Mon – Thurs chalkboard paint, crystallite paint, splatter paint, Special Instructions: $10 supply fee payable to 4136 Jul 25 – Jul 28 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm elements paint, etc. The classes will be 2 hours instructor at first class Non-Resident Fee: $86 long and will include teaching and assisting each Age: 8 Years – 16 Years Resident Fee: $75 person with that day’s project. Participants will Day: Mon Location: Applause Studio create incredible treasures with ceramics and a 4154 Apr 11 – May 9 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm 17903 Bothell Everett Hwy glass fusion piece. 4155 May 16 – Jun 20 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Ste 103, Bothell Age: Grades K – 5th (No Class May 30) Days: Tues & Thurs Non-Resident Fee: $71 Piano keyboarding for 4149 Jul 19 & 21 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Resident Fee: $62 Beginners (8 Weeks) 4150 Aug 9 & 11 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Location: Feel Artistic Studio 16300 Mill Creek Blvd, Ste #114, Students will have fun learning the basics of playing Non-Resident Fee: $39 Resident Fee: $34 Mill Creek piano in a group setting. Keyboards will be provided during instruction time; however, students must Location: The Ceramic Place have a piano or keyboard to practice on at home. 1327 112th St SE, Ste C, Everett Painting on Canvas 101 Class is open to beginners. For more information, Painting on canvas is always challenging, but in this please call Anna at: (425) 485–8381. class it will become a fun activity. You will learn Special Instructions: $10 supply fee to payable to instructor for music book Adventures in Art (5 Weeks) simple techniques of sketching and painting directly on canvas using vibrant acrylic colors. Age: 3rd Grade – 5th Grade Landscapes, animals, people… This drawing-based art education program uses a simple drawing method Special Instructions: $10 supply fee payable to 4164 Apr 19 – Jun 7 5:15 pm – 6:10 pm instructor at first class Age: 1st Grade – 2nd Grade and weekly format where students will produce original works of art with high quality art materials Age: 8 Years – 16 Years 4163 Apr 19 – Jun 7 6:20 pm – 7:15 pm Day: Tues Day: Tuesday and supplies. Students will learn to think creatively, expand their drawing skills, and become more 4156 Apr 12 – May 10 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm Non-Resident Fee: $117 4157 May 17 – Jun 14 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm confident in self expression all while having fun Resident Fee: $102 Non-Resident Fee: $71 in a non-competitive environment. New projects Location: Penny Creek Elem. Band taught each session. Resident Fee: $62 Room, 4117 132nd St. SE, Location: Feel Artistic Studio Special Instructions: $5 supply fee payable to Everett 16300 Mill Creek Blvd, Ste #114, instructor at first class Age: 6 Years – 11 Years Mill Creek kid Yoga (5 Weeks) NEW Day: Fri In addition to stretching and strengthening exercises, 4151 Apr 15 – May 13 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm this class is full of fun and creativity. Yoga postures 4152 May 20 – Jun 17 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm Babysitting Safety Class promote full body-mind coordination, flexibility, Non-Resident Fee: $67 focus, balance, positive emotional growth, and (2 Day Class) Resident Fee: $58 imaginative thinking. Through guided activities This six-hour course covers all aspects of babysitting Location: Small Community Room safety, and is also appropriate for children who stay and cooperative games in which everyone wins, your child will become more physically fit, expand home alone. Topics covered: how to get babysitting their sense of self-awareness, and develop their Summer Fun Art Camp jobs safely, writing a babysitting resume, what parents look for in a good sitter, positive discipline, self-confidence. (Yoga mats provided) Age: 7 Years – 11 Years NEW activities for children, first aid and fire safety, Day: Mon Every day will be an adventure as we explore beaches, handling household emergencies and personal 4166 Apr 11 – May 9 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm the ocean, vacations and much more through safety. Instructor, Trudy Dana, is the author of 4167 May 16 – Jun 20 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm drawing and craft projects. Students will expand their two books on child safety and is working on her drawing skills, develop confidence in self-expression, third. She has recently retired from the Lynnwood (No class May 30) and have fun! Artist quality mediums used. Police Department Crime Prevention. A certificate Non-Resident Fee: $59 Special Instructions: $10 Supply fee payable to is awarded upon completion of the class. Hurry Resident Fee: $50 and register, this class fills quickly! Please bring Location: Large Community Room instructor at first class. Age: 7 Years – 11 Years a beverage. Days: Mon – Thurs Age: 4th grade and Up Family Yoga Workshop NEW 4153 Aug 15 – Aug 18 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Days: Mon & Tues Non-Resident Fee: $94 4148 May 9 & 10 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Age: 7 Years and Up Resident Fee: $82 Non-Resident Fee: $71 4168 Aug 1 Mon 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Location: Lively Environmental Property Resident Fee: $62 Non-Resident Fee: $7 Location: Mill Creek Elementary Library Resident Fee: $6 3400 148th St SE, Mill Creek Location: Pine Meadow Park 425-745-1891 Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide www.cityofmillcreek.com 9 Youth Programs Pro Baseball Camp uk Soccer Camps Challenger British Soccer NEW HOST FAMILIES NEEDED: If you would Camps like the opportunity to host a UK Soccer coach This youth baseball camp is well suited for all Challenger’s British Soccer camp programs provide during a week long camp, please indicate at time players, from the aspiring to the elite athlete. Former players with a rare opportunity to receive high level of registration-for a FREE week of camp! This is a professional baseball and Atlanta Braves scout Steve coaching from a team of international experts, right great and rewarding experience for the entire family. Groucher will provide players will practice hitting, in the heart of your own community. Coaches are throwing, fielding, games and play scrimmages. ALL CLASSES: from Great Britain and are licensed experts with Special Instructions: Bring glove, snack, drink, Days: Monday – Friday broad soccer experience and a genuine interest in and field turf shoes. Location: Penny Creek Elem. School Field children. Each camper will receive a ball, t-shirt and Age: 8 Years – 13 Years Half Day Fees: an individual player profile. 4165 Aug 22 – Aug 25 Mon – Thurs Non-Resident Fee: $147 ALL Camps: Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Resident Fee: $128 Age: 7 Years – 16 Years Non-Resident Fee: $148 Full Day Fees: Days: Mon – Fri Resident Fee: $129 Non-Resident Fee: $198 Location: Mill Creek Sports Park Location: Mill Creek Sports Park Resident Fee: $172 Freedom Field Summer Basketball Camp Fun in the Sun Half Day- Skill Development Camp Fun, exciting games to build confidence and teach This is an excellent opportunity to learn and hone Note: Please bring plenty of water and snacks. the fundamentals. new skills, improve your abilities, and have FUN 4176 Aug 1 – Aug 5 9:00 am – 12:00 pm with players of similar talents. Camp activities Age: 4 Years – 6 Years 4177 Aug 1 – Aug 5 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm include individual drills, competitions and contests. Half Day Camp Non-Resident Fee: $152 All participants will receive a t-shirt. Note: Please bring plenty of water and snacks. Resident Fee: $132 Age: Entering 4th Grade – 8th Grade 4171 Aug 22 – Aug 26 9:00 am – 12:00 pm 4169 Jul 19 – Jul 22 Tues – Fri Full-Day Camp Full-Day- Advanced Development Time: 9:00 am – 11:30 am Note: Campers should bring a lunch & plenty Non-Resident Fee: $120 Camp of water. Note: Campers should bring a lunch & plenty Resident Fee: $105 4172 Aug 22 – Aug 26 9:00 am – 3:00 pm of water. Location: Jackson High School Gym Skills n Thrills 4178 Aug 1 – Aug 5 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Non-Resident Fee: $204 Introductory Wrestling Technical development and skill building in a Resident Fee: $177 stimulating environment. Camp NEW Age: 7 Years – 12 Years Let’s Grapple! This camp is an introduction to Half Day Camp HOST FAMILIES NEEDED: If you would like wrestling on your feet, top and bottom. Camp Note: Please bring plenty of water and snacks. the opportunity to host a Challenger British Soccer provides you with an introduction to the sport coach during a week long camp, please indicate 4173 Aug 22 – Aug 26 9:00 am – 12:00 pm of wrestling if you are a beginner or the tools to at time of registration-for a FREE week of camp! reach your goals and develop an advantage for Full-Day Camp This is a great and rewarding experience for the the upcoming season if you are a more advanced Note: Campers should bring a lunch & plenty entire family. wrestler. Daily program include instruction and of water. live wrestling. 4174 Aug 22 – Aug 26 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Special Instructions: Please bring water bottle and Compete with your Feet wrestling shoes recommended, but not required. Age: Current 1st Grade – 8th Grade This camp will place your child in challenging game Volleyball (5 Weeks) NEW related situations to enhance technical and tactical Learn the fundamentals of volleyball while having Days: Mon – Wed knowledge. some fun with others! Passing, serving, setting, and 4170 Jun 27 – Jun 29 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Age: 12 Years – 18 Years floor play with lead up games for all levels of play. Non-Resident Fee: $94 4175 Aug 22 – Aug 26 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Resident Fee: $82 Non-Resident Fee: $147 ALL CLASSES: Location: Jackson High School Day: Tues Resident Fee: $128 Auxiliary Gym Non-Resident Fee: $69 Location: Mill Creek Sports Park Freedom Field Resident Fee: $60 Location: Heatherwood Middle School Gym Seattle Sounders Youth Soccer Camp Age: 3rd Grade – 5th Grade Sounders camps are fun, but very SOCCER – focused. The professional level coaching staff 4227 Apr 19 – May 17 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm provides your child with the best coaching available. Through encouragement, motivation, and in a positive fun environment, your child will receive a valuable camp experience. Camp fee includes Age: 6th Grade – 8th Grade t-shirt, soccer ball and more to be announced. 4228 Apr 19 – May 17 5:15 pm – 6:15 pm TO REGISTER visit www.seattlesounders.com/camps or call Seattle Sounders at: (425) 203–8312. Registrations will not be accepted by Mill Creek Parks & Recreation. Days: Monday – Friday Jul 25 – Jul 29 Heatherwood Middle School, Softball Field Aug 8– Aug 12 Mill Creek Sports Park, Freedom Field 10 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Mill Creek Parks & Recreation Is proud to present Skyhawks... Skyhawks Summer Sports Camps Non-resident Activity Code # Dates Location Resident Rate Rate Ages Half Day Camp 9:00am - 12:00pm Baseball 4065 7/25 - 7/29 Mill Creek Sports Park $120 $138 5-7 Penny Creek Elementary *Basketball 4057 7/11 - 7/15 School - Gym $120 $138 5-7 Gateway Middle School - *Basketball 4069 8/8 - 8/12 Main Gym $120 $138 5 - 12 Mill Creek Elementary Beginning Golf 4052 6/27 - 7/1 School - Field $120 $138 5-8 Beginning Golf 4061 7/18 - 7/22 Highlands Park $120 $138 5-8 Gateway Middle School - Cheerleading 4071 8/8 - 8/12 Auxiliary Gym $120 $138 5-9 Heatherwood Middle *Flag Football 4054 7/5 - 7/8 (4 Days) School - Field $99 $114 5-7 Lacrosse 4062 7/18 - 7/22 Mill Creek Sports Park $120 $138 7 - 14 Mini-Hawk (Soccer, Mill Creek Elementary Baseball & Basketball) 4049 6/27 - 7/1 School - Field $120 $138 4-7 Mini-Hawk (Soccer, Mill Creek Elementary Baseball & Basketball) 4050 7/5 - 7/8 (4 Days) School - Field $99 $114 4-7 Mini-Hawk (Soccer, Mill Creek Elementary Baseball & Basketball) 4051 8/1 - 8/5 School - Field $120 $138 4-7 *Soccer 4059 7/11 - 7/15 Mill Creek Sports Park $120 $138 5-7 *Soccer 4073 8/15 - 8/19 Mill Creek Sports Park $120 $138 5-7 Jackson High School - Tennis 4053 6/27 - 7/1 Tennis Courts $120 $138 7 - 14 Jackson High School - Tennis 4056 7/5 - 7/8 (4 Days) Tennis Courts $99 $114 7 - 14 Jackson High School - Tennis 4064 7/18 - 7/22 Tennis Courts $120 $138 7 - 14 Jackson High School - Tennis 4068 8/1 - 8/5 Tennis Courts $120 $138 7 - 14 Jackson High School - Track and Field 4067 7/25 - 7/29 Track $120 $138 7 - 14 Full Day Camp 9:00am - 3:00pm Baseball 4066 7/25 - 7/29 Mill Creek Sports Park $140 $161 7 - 12 Penny Creek Elementary *Basketball 4058 7/11 - 7/15 School - Gym $140 $161 7 - 12 Gateway Middle School - *Basketball 4070 8/8 - 8/12 Main Gym $140 $161 7 - 12 Heatherwood Middle *Flag Football 4055 7/5 - 7/8 (4 Days) School - Field $109 $125 7 - 12 Multi-Sport (Soccer, Mill Creek Elementary Basketball & Flag Football) 4063 7/18 - 7/22 School - Field $140 $161 7 - 12 Multi-Sport (Soccer, Mill Creek Elementary Basketball & Flag Football) 4072 8/8 - 8/12 School - Field $140 $161 7 - 12 *Soccer 4060 7/11 - 7/15 Mill Creek Sports Park $140 $161 7 - 12 *Soccer 4074 8/15 - 8/19 Mill Creek Sports Park $140 $161 7 - 12 *Participants need to bring their own ball to Soccer, Basketball, and Flag Football camps. If you don’t have a ball, Skyhawks staff will be able to provide one for use during the week. Skyhawks balls can be purchased at www.skyhawks.com. Half-day Camp - bring snack & water bottle All-day Camp - bring lunch, snack & water bottle For more information for what to bring to camp, please visit www.skyhawks.com Instructors: A qualified director with communication skills and experience in sports management staffs each Skyhawks camp. All staff members are first aid certified. For scholarship information & registering using a certificate please contact Skyhawks at 1(800) 804 3509 Teen/FamilyPrograms Youth Advisory Board Beginning Guitar II (8 Weeks) 2011 – 2012 NEW The Mill Creek Youth Advisory Board meets the first Expand your guitar studies with the follow up to and third Wednesday from 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm each beginning guitar! Alternate picking and more scales month at Mill Creek City Hall. The members work for solos are introduced; learn more rock songs as on various projects & events throughout the year you continue reading music. Prerequisite: Must including Recreation Events, Community Service have taken Beginning Guitar I or call instructor Projects, and Teen Programs such as Board Bash, for approval; Conlin at (206) 795-7608 Trunk or Treat, Tree Lighting, and Earth Day. The Special Instructions: Bring Hal Leonard’s Guitar Youth Advisory Board will hold several fundraisers Method Book 1 (available at Mills Music) throughout the year, including Parents Night Out Day: Thurs and Car Washes starting in March 2011. Age: 10 Years – 16 Years We are currently seeking new members for 4190 Apr 14 – Jun 2 6:30 pm – 7:20 pm the 2011 – 12 school year. Youth Advisory Age: 16 Years and Up Radio Control Cars NEW Board Member applications are available www. 4191 Apr 14 – Jun 2 7:30 pm – 8:20 pm Learn the ins-and-outs of racing 1/36th and 1/24th cityofmillcreek.com. Non-Resident Fee: $94 scale electric radio control cars. Drivers race on a For more information, please call Kristen Snyder Resident Fee: $82 flexible track surface with dips, bumps, and banked (425) 921 – 5779 or email kristens@cityofmillcreek. Location: Penny Creek Elem. Band Room turns plus lots of drifting through corners. com. 4117 132nd St. SE, Everett Age: 3rd Grade and Up Day: Sat Looking Good 4184 Apr 30 10:00 am – 11:30 am Discover the secrets of having a great complexion Laser Tag 4185 Jun 4 10:00 am – 11:30 am and the role proper nutrition plays, while pampering This interactive game uses team-based objectives, Non-Resident Fee: $18 yourself with a full facial and manicure. Learn how such as holding a fort in King of the Hill or Resident Fee: $15 to apply minimal makeup to look your best, how to escorting a player in VIP, to encourage players to Location: Pine Meadow Park identify your clothing personality and body type to work together and win as a team. Using the best Cars provided or bring your own 1/24th or 1/36th avoid shopping mistakes, and how to use posture to laser tag gear available, classes are tailored to each scale car. make a great first impression. Please bring a sack group’s abilities allowing younger groups to focus lunch, clear nail polish and mascara. on simple game objectives while older groups can Age: 11 Years – 17 Years introduce advanced game objectives and features kung-Fu/Eskrima for Self- Day: Tues 4179 Aug 9 9:00 am – 3:30 pm found in video games. Defense (8 Weeks) ALL Classes: Learn Bruce Lee’s original self-defense system & Non-Resident Fee: $48 Time: 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm more. This class will teach life saving skills for all Resident Fee: $42 Non-Resident Fee: $17 ages, abilities & fitness levels. Learn the simplest, Location: Small Community Room Resident Fee: $15 efficient & effective Martial Art in the world. You Dodgeball (3 Weeks) NEW Ages: 6th Grade – 10th Grade will be taught in a fun safe environment, step by step how to use your body & mind for self defense & Play the classic game of dodgeball with various Code/Date/Location: 4186 May 13 Fri health. Loose fitting clothing, inside tennis shoes game objectives including standard elimination, Gateway Middle School Gym and a water bottle recommended. medic, poison ball, infection, bowling pins, and 4187 Jun 10 Fri Age: 13 Years and Up hoops. Players use non-sting foam dodgeballs only. Gateway Middle School Gym Day: Fri Age: 6th Grade – 8th Grade 4188 Aug 18 Thurs 4192 Apr 15 – Jun 3 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm Day: Wed Mill Creek Sports Park 4193 Jun 17 – Aug 5 7:00 pm – 7:50 pm 4180 Apr 20 – May 4 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Non-Resident Fee: $99 4181 May 18 – Jun 1 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Resident Fee: $86 Non-Resident Fee: $35 Resident Fee: $30 Mill Creek Country Club’s Location: Large Community Room Location: Heatherwood Middle School Gym Swing into Golf (4 Weeks) This class is designed for teens who have played Dodgeball Tournament golf in the past, or who are interested in learning how to play. We will cover all aspects of the game NEW from putting, short game, full swing, to Rules and WEST Coast Aquatics This is a six on six, double-elimination tournament. Etiquette. Participants will need to adhere to the WEST Coast Aquatics is an all-inclusive Each round is the best two out of three games. Country Club’s dress code: No denim, must wear swimming community that fosters and teaches Teams may have up to ten players. Prizes will be collared (polo) shirts. We would like participants swimming of all ages and levels from the most given for best “Dodgeball” costume and first place to provide their own equipment. If you would like beginner lessons to the nationally competitive team. (Costumes are optional.) to participate and do not have golf clubs, please USA Swimming club team. Our team run Day: Wed contact the Pro Shop at (425) 743 - 5664 and we facility features a number of yoga, aerobics 4182 May 11 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm will make arrangements. and lifeguard training classes as well as lap 4183 Jun 8 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Age: 13 Years – 18 Years and open swim at extremely affordable rates. Non-Resident Fee: $12/per person Day: Thurs Please visit us at www.westcoastaquatics.us for Resident Fee: $10/per person 4189 Jul 7 – Jul 28 9:00 am – 11:00 am more information, call (425) 379-8806, or Location: Heatherwood Middle School Gym Non-Resident Fee: $175 email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resident Fee: $150 12 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Adult Programs Dog obedience Classes Stroller Strides Swing Dance NEW (6 Weeks) Stroller Strides is a 60 minute, total body fitness Come learn the west coast, east coast and all the area program for moms that you can do with your baby. in between swing. There is no limit to what you can All classes are 7 total hours of training. Our motto It includes power walking and intervals of body do with this exciting style of dance. Whether you is: We teach the human end of the leash at least as toning using exercise tubing, the environment, and come as a couple or a single everyone will have a great much as the dog end! the stroller. Taught by specially trained instructors time. This is your chance to become comfortable Special Instructions: All dogs need to be following who are also moms, Stroller Strides is designed to on any dance floor. their veterinarian’s immunization recommendation be a great workout for ANY level of exerciser. Age: 18 Years and Up for his/her age. Ongoing Classes Beginning Apr 4 – Oct 28 Day: Wed PLEASE NOTE: AT LEAST ONE HANDLER Days/Times: Mon – Fri, 9:30 am – 10:30 am MUST ATTEND THE FIRST CLASS UNLESS Location: Applause Studio Location: North Creek Trail 17903 Bothell Everett Hwy Ste 103, Bothell THEY HAVE PERMISSION IN ADVANCE (behind City Hall) Individual: WITH THE TRAINERS. ALL FIRST-NIGHT CLASSES MEET FROM 6:00 PM TO 8:00 PM See website at www.strollerstrides.net for fees 4203 Apr 27 – Jun 1 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm WITHOUT DOGS! and parking information. Non-Resident Fee: $71 Age: Handlers must be at least 14 years old or TO REGISTER, please contact Amber Pacquer at Resident Fee: $62 have permission from the instructor prior to (425) 785-5408 or email email@example.com (Registrations will not be taken through Mill Creek Couple: the first night of class. 4204 Apr 27 – Jun 1 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm Parks & Recreation). Instructors: Joyce’s Dog Obedience Services Non-Resident Fee: $117 Inc. and staff Resident Fee: $102 ALL CLASSES: Adult Recreational Co-ed Day: Monday Softball League Digital Basic Photography Non-Resident Fee: $112 Summer Recreational Co-Ed Softball for adults Resident Fee: $98 18 yrs and over. Games are played at Mill Creek (8 Weeks) NEW Location: Large Community Room Sports Park (Freedom Field, artificial turf) and Do you have a Digital SLR camera that you’ve never are scheduled for Sundays between 9:00 am -7:30 taken out of auto mode? Do you love photography pm. All games are ASA umpired. 8-game schedule but can’t quite make what you see with your eyes (occasional double headers). Game balls will be transfer to your camera; then this course is for supplied. Games begin Sunday, July 17, 2011. Top 4 you! Learn both the technical and creative sides teams will play in a season ending tournament. For of this modern art form. Hands on instruction more information contact Brian at (425) 921-5736 and mentoring from a professional photographer. or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration Special Instructions: Must bring your own DSLR form will be available on the City’s website at www. camera cityofmillcreek.com. Team Registration form Age: 13 years and Up and payment must be submitted to the Parks & Day: Thurs Recreation office by Friday, July 1, 2011 at 5:00 4205 Apr 14 – Jun 2 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm p.m. Team Manager Meeting on Thursday, July 14, Non-Resident Fee: $71 2011 at 6:00pm in City Hall Council Chambers. Resident Fee: $62 Puppy Manners Foundation Limit 10 teams. Fee: $600 per team Location: Small Community Room This class is for pups from 10 weeks through 5 months of age at start of class. Topics include the importance of the right kind of socialization, crate Jazzercise and potty training, body handling for grooming, Each 60 minute class offers a blend of jazz dance & exercise science choreographed to today’s hottest as well as dealing with mouthing, biting, jumping, music, including Top 40’s, jazz, funk, country & classics. Classes include a warm-up, 30 minutes barking, and much more. of aerobic workout, muscle toning & strengthening segments with weight and a stretch finale. Each 4194 Apr 25 – Jun 6 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm class is taught in a “follow the leader” technique enabling you to begin class anytime. Students leave (No Class May 30) feeling relaxed, refreshed and revitalized! Student and family discounts available. 4195 Jun 20 – Aug 1 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm TO REGISTER, or if you have questions, please call Paula at (360) 668–1566 or (425) 422–3455 (No Class Jul 4) (cell) or email@example.com. No registrations will be accepted at City Hall. Age: 15 years and Up Date: Ongoing Classes Beginning Foundation obedience Days/Time: Class is for dogs over 6 months or who have attended Mon - Fri 9:15 am to 10:15 am (daycare available) Puppy Manners. You will learn the importance of Mon, Wed, Thurs 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm praise, reinforcement, and consistency. You’ll learn Tue 5:40 pm to 6:10 & 6:45 pm to 7:45 pm to teach your dog to pay attention to you, as well as Thurs 6:15 pm to 6:45 pm skills such as leash walking, sit, down, acceptance of Sat 9:00 am to 10:00 am body handling, wait at doors, and come when called. Fee: $40/month EFT (electronic funds transfer each month) or 4196 Apr 25 – Jun 6 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm $95 prepaid for 8 weeks (No Class May 30) $10.00 Drop-in (one class at a time) 4197 Jun 20 – Aug 1 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Note: Childcare is provided on Mon – Fri at the 9:15 am class - $1.50 per child, (No Class Jul 4) $1.00 for each additional child. Instructor: Paula Miller Location: Tri-Grange 3509 Seattle Hill Road, Mill Creek 425-745-1891 Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide www.cityofmillcreek.com 13 Adult Programs Beginning Calligraphy Paint on Canvas for Adults (5 Weeks) NEW Calligraphy means the art of beautiful handwriting. Painting on canvas is always challenging but in Imagine knowing an old-world skill that would this class it will become a fun activity. In this class add a very personal touch to all of your everyday you will learn simple techniques of sketching and and special writings and projects! Would you like painting directly on canvas using vibrant acrylic to be able to bring a special uniqueness to cards, colors. envelopes, invitations, announcements, and holiday Special Instructions: $15 supply fee payable to gifts? Discover how easy and fun it is to learn the instructor at first class. beautifully flowing “Humanistic” Calligraphy hand Age: 18 Years and Up as we practice at a comfortable and relaxed pace Cupcakes 101 Workshop Day: Tues for everyone. NOTE: A class material supply list will be provided NEW 4209 Apr 12 – May 10 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm Learn different ways of frosting cupcakes, decorating 4210 May 17 – Jun 14 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm to registered participants prior to class. Purchased Non-Resident Fee: $69 supplies needed prior to class, will be approximately techniques and tips that make your cupcakes look professional from a Wilton instructor! Each Resident Fee: $60 $10. For more information, please contact Instructor, Location: Feel Artistic Studio Pam Koons at (360) 652–3579 participant will practice decorating 4 – 5 cupcakes in class and get to take them home. Several great 16300 Mill Creek Blvd, Ste. #114, Mill Creek Age: 11 Years and Up recipes for cupcakes and frosting will be given out Date: Tues 4206 Apr 12 – May 10 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm in class. Perfect for bridal showers, weddings, baby Adult CPR/AED NEW showers, and other fun events! This American Red Cross course can help you save Non-Resident Fee: $72 Special Instructions: $8 supply fee payable to the life of a family member, a friend, or a stranger Resident Fee: $63 instructor at first class. Location: Small Community Room by preparing you to correctly and confidently Age: 12 Years and Up respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies in Day: Sat adults. This course will give you the knowledge Design/Remodeling for 4214 Jun 18 10:00 am – 12:30 pm and confidence you need to perform adult CPR kitchens and Bathrooms Non-Resident Fee: $32 and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) This class attacks the issues of appliance and Resident Fee: $28 for victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Certification material selection, working up a design, planning, Location: Small Community Room is valid for one year. Meets OSHA and WISHA and finding people to assist you in your design and requirements. Age 14 Years and Up remodel as well as what to expect from contractors, designers, engineers, and other people involved in Cake Decorating NEW Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm your project. Participants will learn a variety of decorating 4217 May 5 Thurs Age: 18 Years and Up techniques including the rose, drop flowers, several 4218 Aug 10 Wed Day: Thurs borders, and the basket-weave technique that can Non-Resident Fee: $49 be used for birthday, holiday, or other themed Resident Fee: $43 4207 May 26 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm cakes. The class is taught by a Wilton Method Cake Location: Mill Creek Council Chambers 4208 Aug 4 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm Decorating instructor. Non-Resident Fee: $22 Resident Fee: $20 Special Instructions: $7 supply fee payable to instructor at first class. Standard First Aid NEW Location: City Hall Council Chambers This American Red Cross course will teach you how Age: 18 Years and Up Day: Mon to provide care for injuries at home, work, school or around the neighborhood until advanced medical Furniture university: 4215 Apr 25 & May 2 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm personnel arrive on the scene and take over. It will Non-Resident Fee: $40 Quality, Placement & Styles Resident Fee: $35 also give you the knowledge and confidence you need to overcome any reluctance you may have to to Make Your home Wow Location: Small Community Room act in an emergency. Certification is valid for three NEW years. Meets OSHA and WISHA requirements. Learn how the quality of furniture is important for Sweet & Savory Summer Age: 14 Years and Up its longevity and the components that go into a good Time: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm piece of furniture. Kelly DuByne, interior designer Pastries NEW 4219 Jun 13 Mon will share ideas on unique furniture placement in This class utilizes the wonderful bounty of fruits and Non-Resident Fee: $40 your home. She will also discuss styles of furniture vegetables available this time of year to make tasty Resident Fee: $35 and share some of her favorite shopping sources! pastries. Instructor will demonstrate and provide Location: Mill Creek Council Chambers Door prize given to kick start your project! samples of the menu items: Rustic Strawberry Age: 18 Years and Up Crostata; Savory Tomato, Cheese, & Basil Summer 4211 Apr 28 Thurs 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Tart; Blueberry Crumb Pie; and the best Flaky 4212 May 10 Tues 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Pie Crust. If you are interested in having an American 4213 Jun 14 Tues 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Age: 18 Years and Up Red Cross instructor can come to your facility Non-Resident Fee: $30 4216 Aug 8 Mon 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm and train your employees at a time that works Resident Fee: $26 Non-Resident Fee: $36 for you, please contact American Red Cross – Resident Fee: $32 Snohomish County Chapter (425) 740-2321. Location: Budget Blinds 13206 Bothell-Everett Hwy, Location: Small Community Room Ste 401, Mill Creek 14 www.cityofmillcreek.com Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide 425-745-1891 Adult/SeniorPrograms Aqua Zumba (6 Weeks) NEW Weight Loss and Motivation Wine 101 NEW Known as the Zumba “pool party”, Aqua Zumba gives new meaning to the idea of an invigorating workout. to Exercise (4 Weeks) A fun and interactive way to expand your wine knowledge and meet other wine enthusiasts. This Integrating the Zumba formula and philosophy with Are you overweight? Do you experience shame, 2 hour course will feature a presentation on the traditional aqua fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba blame guilt and embarrassment because of it? basics of oenology (the study of all aspects of wine blends it all together into a safe, challenging water Has beating yourself up in the past really changed and winemaking from the grape harvest to bottle), based workout that’s cardio-conditioning, body- anything for you? What we think of ourselves understanding wine labels, and how to taste and toning, and most of all, exhilarating beyond belief. physically triggers deep seated emotions. Instead drink wine. Reference materials and wine tasting of eating to numb them, let’s work together to Age: 16 Years and Up for eight wines are included. Must be at least 21 face them down and move on to a permanent Day: Thurs years old. lifestyle change. Only then can you apply the tips 4221 Apr 14 – May 19 9:30 am – 10:30 am and tricks that you will learn in class so you can Age: 21 Years and Up Non-Resident Fee: $55 make a permanent change to your relationship Days: Tues Resident Fee: $48 with food. Hypnosis is a safe way to lose weight 4225 Apr 26 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Location: West Coast Aquatics and keep it off while you change the way you think Non-Resident Fee: $32 15622 Country Club Dr, Mill Creek about yourself. No drugs, no surgery, no diets, Resident Fee: $28 Drop-in Fee: $10 fee given to instructor at time just a new mindfulness that will be natural after Location: DeVine Wines of class. these first 3 sessions. Watch your attitude change 15224 Main Street, Ste 107, while you watch your body change! Get ready to Mill Creek accept success! Stress Doesn’t Live here Age: 18 Years and Up Any More! (2 Weeks) Day: Wed This PEACEFUL JOURNEY takes you down a 4223 May 11 – Jun 1 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm beautiful, safe path through the garden, then across Non-Resident Fee: $138 a bridge that arches over a brook. You continue Resident Fee: $120 out to the ocean beach beyond, where the sun is Location: City Hall Council Chambers shining, the gulls are playing in the breeze and you feel completely protected. By the end of this journey, Stop Smoking the easy way Mill Creek Seniors Club you will be surprised how easy it was for you to let go of your distress and anxiety. More importantly, using hypnosis NEW The Mill Creek Seniors Club meets on the first you will realize that you were carrying around an If you knew you could stop smoking without using and third Monday of the month at the City inordinate amount of tension, which has been chemicals, would you do it? No weight gain, no of Mill Creek City Hall Community Room at building up over the years without you even being withdrawal; would you do it? Do you want to know 12:00 pm. On the first Monday of the month aware of it and now perhaps for the first time you what has kept you smoking in the past? Let’s get is a business meeting and bingo. On the third can just let it go. This hypnosis session produces to the underlying excuse, bring it to the surface Monday of the month is their potluck luncheon, remarkable results: It is like a 20-minute power nap, and send it up in a hot air balloon to be gone bring something to share! and who couldn’t use more sleep! You will be amazed forever. Then we’ll give you healthy behaviors and During the summer months (June, July & Aug.) at how much more energy, focus and productivity a successful way of looking at yourself and your life the Club only meets on the third Monday of the you have after this gentle hypnosis journey. so you can move on without the crutch of a habit month at 12:00 pm at the following locations; Age: 18 Years and Up that is killing you. Your new focus will be: take Jun Hauge Homstead Park Day: Wed back control! (by Silverlake) 4222 Apr 27 – May 4 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Age: 18 Years and Up July Hauge Homstead Park Non-Resident Fee: $69 Day: Wed (by Silverlake) Resident Fee: $60 4224 Jun 8 – Jun 22 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm August Heron Park, Mill Creek Location: City Hall Council Chambers Non-Resident Fee: $104 For more information on the Mill Creek Seniors Resident Fee: $90 Club please call (425) 357-1260. Location: City Hall Council Chambers Create a Living Roof Greater Mill Creek Senior Birdhouse NEW Spanish 102 (8 Weeks) NEW Programs & Activities Enhance your yard with a charming, The class will focus on useful phrases, conversation woodsy birdhouse created by YOU! See examples at The Mill Creek Senior Center offers a variety of and pronunciation. Must have taken Spanish 101 activities just for seniors in Mill Creek and the My Garden Nursery in Mill Creek prior to the class. or have some experience speaking Spanish. These birdhouses are constructed of woodland finds surrounding communities. The Senior Center Age: 14 Years and Up provides free Health & Wellness Support with and create a fabulous habitat for our northwest birds. Day: Tues Age: Adults & families a Nurse and Social Worker. They also provide 4220 Apr 19 – Jun 7 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Educational, Social, and Recreational Services Apr 2 Sat 11:00 am – 12:00pm Non-Resident Fee: $77 to seniors with the goal of maximizing their Fee: $50 (includes everything to make one Resident Fee: $67 well-being and independence. Every season there house) Location: Community Room, Ste 120 is a newsletter showing a variety of activities Location: My Garden Nursery, 17414 Bothell 15720 Main Street, Mill Creek available to seniors. These include Computer Everett Highway, Mill Creek, WA 98012 Classes, Trips, Interest Classes, Fitness, Special Register at My Garden: (425) 402-1842 or visit Events, and Health & Wellness Support. For www.mygardennursery.com a free newsletter you can call the Senior Office at (425) 948–7170 or e-mail us at millcreek@ seniorservices.org.. 425-745-1891 Parks and Recreation Spring/Summer 2011 Recreation Guide www.cityofmillcreek.com 15 Registration begins March 21, 2011 (No registrations will be accepted prior to this date) www.cityofmillcreek.com Register Online! Refunds: Accessibility: Go online to http://activenet.active.com/millcreek Guidelines for refunds are as follows: Mill Creek’s recreation programs are open to to create an online account for you /your family. All • A full refund (less online convenience fee) will be participants of all abilities. If you need reasonable Online registrations are subject to a non-refundable given if Mill Creek Parks and Recreation Department accommodations, please contact us at least 3 weeks convenience fee. This fee is collected to offset the costs cancels a class due to insufficient enrollment. in advance of the program start date to discuss of providing this service. Customers must be 18 years • If a written notice is received at least three business accommodations. Reasonable accommodations will or older in order to request an online account. In days prior to the start of the program, a full refund be determined on a case-by-case basis. order to establish an account for a child you should minus a $20.00 processing fee per registration will first create an account for an adult. Any questions be issued within 15 business days. Ways to Register please call (425) 921–5779 or (425) 921–5736 and Injuries/Illness: Are handled on a case-by-case basis. Online – Fax – Mail – In person leave a message and calls will be returned within 48 Documentation may be required. hours Monday thru Friday. http://activenet.active.com/millcreek To obtain an online account: Inclement Weather Policy: Make checks payable to: Log on to: http://activenet.active.com/millcreek Mill Creek Parks & Recreation programs will be Click “Request an Account” automatically canceled due to inclement weather if the City of Mill Creek Fill in applicable fields and click “Submit” Everett Public Schools are closed. Weekend programs An acknowledgement email will be sent to you within may be canceled at the discretion of the Recreation Mail or Deliver Registration to: 48 hours. Once you receive an email, begin registering. Instructor if unsafe conditions exist. Instructors will Mill Creek City Hall call students for weekend classes. If class is cancelled due to inclement weather, there will NOT be a make-up 15728 Main Street day scheduled or a per–day refund. Mill Creek, WA 98012 FAX (425) 745–9650 Drop Box located outside City Hall, for registrations / payments after 5:00 pm. City of Mill Creek Parks & Recreation Registration Form (adult name) WORK phOne # last name First hOme phOne # address Cell phOne # City Zip emeRgenCy # email cODE # class namE ParticiPant’s First & last namE m/F BirthDay FEE t-sizE * Payment information PHOTOCOPIES OF THIS FORM ARE ACCEPTABLE total $ *T-shirts sizes for camps and clinics only please. Cash Print cardholder’s name *If applicable Check Visa Card Number MC Expiration Signature (signed by): Parent Guardian Participant Date I, the undersigned, assume all risks and hazards incidental to participating in City of Mill Creek Parks and Recreation activities, and do hereby waive, release, absolve, indemnify, and agree to hold harmless the City of Mill Creek, and its employees, supervisors, participants, and instructors, for any claim arising out of any injury, damage, or personal loss incurred to myself or my child(ren) in connection with the activities sponsored or co-sponsored by Mill Creek Parks and Recreation. I, the undersigned, am fully aware of the potential dangers and risk inherent in these activities, including physical injury, death, or other consequences that may arise or result directly or indirectly from participation in these activities. By participating in Mill Creek Parks and Recreation activities, I agree that any images of myself or my child(ren) may be used by the City of Mill Creek and may be included in promotional materials, newspaper articles, and/or newsletters relating to Mill Creek Parks and Recreation activities. Limited scholarships available. Receipt # ClaSSeS without SuffiCient enRollment will be CanCeled — so sign up early!