Edmonds & Mountlake Terrace Recreation Program Guide

Summer 2017

This guide is a collaborative Parks and Recreation publication by the cities of Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace. We invite you to participate in our recreation programs, enjoy our parks and realize for yourself their positive influences.

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EDMONDS • Register online at reczone.org! 14 WRITE ABOUT YOUR LIFE ONLINE CLASS Your life is your book...or many books. Receive direct one-on-one guidance and constructive feedback on each lesson from an experienced author/editor/writing teacher. Create articles, books, and memorials for cash, friends, and/or family. Start anytime! Open to writers of any level or genre. Classes are 10 sessions on an at-your-own-pace schedule. Student work is frequently published in Ariele's columns, books, sites and blogs. ◆ 5647 *$102/$117 UKULELE BOOT CAMP I Designed to start you out the right way! Build a solid foundation of ukulele skills to bring you a lifetime of ukulele enjoyment. Bring soprano/standard, concert or tenor ukulele (tuned GCEA). $10 supply fee. Supply list at registration. Instructor, Uncle Rod Higuchi. ◆ 5644 5/4-6/1 7-8:30pm *$79/$91 STEEL DRUM CAMP FOR ADULTS Playing steel pans (steel drums) is fun! Join internationally known steel pan artist and local teacher, Gary Gibson, to learn music fundamentals (rhythm, melody, harmony) and proper steel pan techniques. Learning music on the steel pan has a gentler initial learning curve than other traditional instruments, so groups can sound great relatively quickly. No prior musical experience necessary. All instruments and materials provided. A mini- performance will be held on the last day of camp. Held at Steel Magic Northwest's space at Edmonds Adventist Church 8625-196th St SW Edmonds. ◆ 5723 8/14-8/18 M-F 6:30-8:30pm *$130/$150 NO FEAR WATERCOLOR Explore the spontaneous qualities of watercolor in this no- fear class. Learn color mixing, value, composition, wet on wet, wet on dry, light, shade and more. Supply list at registration. Instructor, Ruth Barth. ◆ 5641 5/3-6/7 W 10am-Noon *$141/$162 INTRO TO OIL PAINTING Van Gough, Monet, Picasso and more used oil paint to create their classic works. Come experience this fascinating medium in a supportive and relaxing atmosphere as we work on two different still lifes, and learn value, shading, "seeing" and glazing. Supply list at registration. Instructor, Lena Garcia. No classes May 17 and June 14. ◆ 5643 5/3-6/21 W 7-8:30pm *$141/$162 NO FEAR DRAWING Have you always wanted to draw but don't know how to begin? Learn the fundamentals of drawing in an atmosphere of encouragement and support. Explore line, shape, proportion, shadows, texture, positive and negative space and more. We will work in pencil, pen, pastels, colored pencils and other media. Supply list at registration. Instructor, Ruth Barth. ◆ 5642 5/4-6/8 1:30-3:30pm *$141/$162 ADVENTURES IN DRAWING Jessica Carlson is now offering her step-by-step drawing classes to adults! Enjoy creating your own unique version of the featured drawing in an atmosphere of both structured guidance and artistic freedom. Tea, cookies and all supplies provided. Artist quality mediums used. New projects each class. View student artwork at www. adventuresinart.net. ◆ 5794 5/20 Sat 11am-1pm *$37/$43 PRECIOUS METAL CLAY Precious metal clay works like clay but turns into fine silver after firing. Texture it, rubber stamp it, mold and shape it to create professional looking earrings, charms, beads and more. No prior experience required. Each student will make 3-5 pieces. Pieces fired outside of class and ready to be picked up one week after class. $30 supply fee. Instructor, Meredith Arnold. Small rubber stamps provided for use in class or bring your own. ◆ 5648 6/24 Sat 9:30am-12:30pm *$40/$46 ADULT ENRICHMENT New! New! Edmonds Arts Commission presents FREE CONCERTS IN THE PARK SUNDAYS 3-4pm* Edmonds City Park 3rd Ave S & Pine 7/9 Wooden O/Seattle Shakespeare Co. Much Ado About Nothing* 1 3 / 4 hrs 7/16 East-West International Project World Music, Jazz & Pop 7/23 Good Co Electro Swing Band 7/30 e Music of "Four" Americana, Folk & Rock 8/6 Steel Magic Northwest Pan Wizards & Mystical Steel Orchestras 8/13 85th Street Big Band Classic Big Band Music 8/20 e Debutones Folk, Country & Bluegrass Concerts canceled at 2:30pm in the event of rain. HAZEL MILLER PLAZA CONCERTS TUESDAYS Noon-1pm Hazel Miller Plaza 5th Ave S & Maple 7/18 Leapin' Louie Cowboy Comedy Show 7/25 Kelly Shirey & Co. Acoustic Rock 8/1 Arturo Rodriguez & His Rhythm Ambassadors Blues, Jazz & World Music 8/8 Roberto the Magnificent Juggling & Comedy Stunts 8/15 Kalani Kahaialii Hawaiian 8/22 Ed Hartman Marimba THURSDAYS 5-6:30pm Hazel Miller Plaza 5th Ave S & Maple 7/20 Mark Lewis Quartet Jazz 7/27 CD Woodbury Trio Contemporary Blues 8/3 African All Stars Traditional African Music 8/10 Jessica Lynne Contemporary Country 8/17 Mariachi Fiesta Mexicana Mexican Folk Music 8/24 20/20 A Capella, Pop All Hazel Miller Plaza Concerts take place rain or shine. All concerts are accessible for persons with disabilities. 425.771.0230 | www.edmondsartscommission.org Concerts presented by Edmonds Arts Commission. Correct at time of printing but subject to change. FREE!

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