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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Register now! Call 425.771.0230 • EDMONDS 3 Visit rentals.edmondswa.gov ANDERSON CENTER ROOMS AND GYM: Available to rent on an hourly basis. Reservations and ad- vanced payment required. Call for availability. 425.771.0230. PICNIC SHELTERS and GAZEBO: City Park picnic shelters and gazebo and the Hickman Park picnic shelter can be reserved for the enjoyment of families and organizations. Reserve now for April 1 through September 30 season. EDMONDS PLAZA ROOM: A panoramic view of Puget Sound! A beautiful room with kitchen facilities for your wedding receptions, seminars and special events. MEADOWDALE COMMUNITY CLUBHOUSE: A great North Edmonds location for wedding receptions, community meetings and special events. Located across the street from the Meadowdale Playfields at 6801 North Meadowdale Road. HOURS OF OPERATION: The Recreation Office at the Anderson Center is open from 8:30am to 8:30pm, Monday through Friday, and 9am to 2pm, Saturday. The building will be closed May 29 and July 4. ARE YOU AN EDMONDS RESIDENT? Most programs/classes have different fees for residents and nonresidents. Edmonds residents make a significant contribution to the City's financing and operation through property taxes. Therefore, Edmonds residents receive a discount off the regular class fee. REGISTRATION/REFUNDS: Please refer to page 39 for registration information and refund policies. CLASS NUMBERS: Please use the class number preceding class detail in our program when registering and calling for class information. CLASS LOCATION: All classes are held at the Frances Anderson Center unless stated. SUPPLY FEES: Some classes may list a supply fee. Fees are payable to the instructor at the first class. COMMUNITY ATHLETICS NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: The City of Edmonds complies with the State of Washington's "Fair Play in Community Sports Act" (Laws of Washington Chapter 467, effective July 26, 2009) that prohibits discrimination against any person in a community athletics program on the basis of sex. AVAILABLE FOR RENT 700 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020 Phone 425.771.0230 – Fax 425.771.0253 www.edmondswa.gov CITY of EDMONDS PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT RESIDENT PROGRAMS EDMONDS ARTS FESTIVAL FOUNDATION GALLERY, 425.771.1984 Monthly exhibits of NW artists' work. Gallery hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-7pm. Visit www.eaffoundation.org for gallery schedule. Celebrating the Arts in our Community! EDMONDS MONTESSORI SCHOOL 425.672.4864 www.edmondsmontessori.com Our classrooms offer a multi-age environment for children ages 3-6. As a small school we strive to know our parents personally and our children as individuals. Classes are in session Monday-ursday 8:30-11:30am and 12:30- 3:30pm (September-June). Summer Session Tu/W/ 8:30-11:30am July 11-August 17. Lunch Bunch is offered as an extension of the day 11:30am-12:30pm. We welcome you to observe, no appointment necessary through our one-way viewing windows in rooms 121 and 126. We are currently registering for our 2017-2018 school year and summer session. Please visit edmondsmontessori.com or call 425.672.4864 for more information. MAIN STREET KIDS CHILD CARE CENTER & PRESCHOOL, 425.771.4490 Main Street Kids offers full and part-time care for children 6 weeks to 5 years. Open 6am-6pm, Monday through Friday. Snacks and hot lunch provided. Excellent staff, large classrooms, a great indoor play area and age appropriate lesson planning and activities. Visit us today. Call Amanda for more information. OLYMPIC BALLET SCHOOL 425.774.7570 www.olympicballet.com Artistic Directors: Mara Sachiko Vinson & Oleg Gorboulev For 30 years the Olympic Ballet School has been providing training in classical ballet and giving dancers the opportunity to perform beloved ballet productions. With its professional faculty, students learn a full range of dance disciplines: ballet technique, pointe, variations, and contemporary. Besides classical ballet programs that are geared towards developing professional ballet dancers, Olympic Ballet offers classes in Creative movement and Adult/Teen ballet. Please view the website or contact directly for further information on schedule and registration. SCULPTORS WORKSHOP, 425.774.8282 All levels of instruction in sculpture, beginning through advanced pottery classes, plus studio work time for your projects. Beginning handbuilding class Wednesday evenings. Limited availability. Stop and visit, or call Janet Still or Julie Perrine. Semi-annual sale May 5 and 6, 2017. SNO-KING YOUTH CLUB, 425.775.2633 Room 111 – Recreational youth leagues for boys and girls. We offer: soccer for ages 3-14 (spring and fall), basketball for ages 3-4, grades K-3 (winter) and grades K-8 (winter and spring), T-Ball for ages 3-6 (spring), and flag football for grades 1-8 (spring). Office hours are 9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday and Friday and 9am-6pm Wednesday and Thursday. Please visit us on the web at www.skyc.net. EDMONDS SENIOR CENTER 220 RAILROAD AVE, 425.774.5555 www.edmondssc.org We welcome everyone, especially new visitors, between 8:30am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Lunches, coffee bar, classes, special events, computer center, presentations, trips, fitness programs, dances, health services, arts and crafts, games, bingo, hiking, thrift shop, employment center, movies, rental facilities, Bastyr Center for Natural Health Clinic on-site, Enhanced Wellness, and much more. Call for further information. Located on the waterfront, facility rentals are available evenings and weekends for weddings and other events; contact the rental manager.

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