|Monday, July 28, 2014
Monday, July 28, 2014
FREE! REGISTER NOW! Marine Creature Mondays:
Curious about Puget Sound plants & animals? Wonder about species such as barnacles & sea stars, and who eats them? Learn from divers demonstrating their equipment and biologists, who know what is required to keep Puget Sound healthy. Mondays, July 21th & 28th, August 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th at 11:30am or 1pm. (Special date: Friday, August 22nd, 11:30am or 1pm for the "Spanish as a first language" community.) Register online at www.streamteam.info or by phone, 360-753-8242.
Mondays, July 21st & 28th, Aug. 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th at 11:30am & 1pm
Boston Harbor Marina, 312 73rd Ave. NE, Olympia
Free Job Search Coaching:
Join the free customized job skills training program at Intercity Transit Village Vans to receive personal coaching, skill-building instruction, & tips on where to look for work. Intercity Transit, 526 Pattison SE, Olympia. For more information, contact: Ann Bridges 360-705-5831
Ann Bridges 360-705-5831
REGISTER NOW! NOVA Discovery Camp:
NOVA School Discovery Day camp runs August 4th-8th. Enroll your student (entering 4th-6th grade in fall of 2014) in a variety of classes: Mosaics, Survival Spanish, Video Game Design, ZenDoodling, Rock Band, Silkscreen Printing, Movie Making, Science Alive and more! There are morning (9am-noon) and afternoon (1-4 pm) classes. Class sizes are limited so enroll now.
Monday-Friday August 4th-8th 9am-4pm
NOVA School, 2020 22st Ave. SE, Olympia
"Fiddler on the Roof" In Tenino:
Tenino Young-at-Heart Theatre presents "Fiddler on the Roof" Thursday-Saturday, July 24th-26th and July 31st-August 2nd at 7:30pm. Sunday, July 27th is at 2pm. Tenino High School Commons. Tickets are $12 for Adults and $10 for Students and Senior Citizens and are available on www.brownpapertickets.com For further information, call 360-264-4498.
Thurs.-Saturday July 24th-26th and July 31st-August 2nd, 7:30pm. Sunday July 27th show is at 2pm.
Tenino High School, Tenino
REGISTER NOW! Tumwater's Summer Day Camp:
Tumwater's Summer Day Camp takes elementary students on field trips from Burfoot Park & Rock Climbing to Wild Waves plus nearby journeys this summer. Reserve one or more weeks at registration in order to hold your child's place. Every Monday-Friday through Friday, August 15th. Cost is $139 per week plus a one-time administration fee ($119 for Week 3). Staff will provide a payment schedule.
Field Trip Schedule: Those listed below are the main field trips; however, they will also go on many local trips.
Wk 6 – July 21 - 25 Roller Skating & Bowling
Wk 7 – July 28 - August 1 Thurston County Fair
Wk 8 – August 4 - 8 Ocean Shores
Wk 9 – August 11 - 15 Wild Waves
Monday-Friday through Aug. 15th, 7:30am-5:30pm
Peter G. Schmidt Elementary School
REGISTER TODAY! Summer Theater Camps:
Olympia Family Theater has summer theater camps for kids ages 5 through 16. All camps are one week long and culminate with a performance at the end of the week! Camp titles include: Stories under the Big Top, Broadway Kids, Dr. Seuss Week!, Zoo Stories and Animal Action, The King's New Clothes, Growing Up Olympian, and Goldilocks. To see complete camp details, teacher bios, and to register--visit website www.olyft.org.
OFT Playspace, 112 State Ave NE, in Downtown Olympia
FREE! Lacey Summer Lunch Program:
The City of Lacey presents its Summer Lunch Program, providing free lunches to youth and children at three locations, Lydia Hawk Elementary, Pleasant Grade Elementary, and Mountain View Elementary each weekday this summer. The Playground Pals program will also be at each site with free activities, arts and crafts, games, fitness and summer reading programs following daily lunch services. Weekdays noon-12:30pm, additional snack from 3pm-3:30pm
Weekdays noon-12:30pm, additional snack from 3-3:30pm
FREE! Summer Lunches & Activities for Olympia Children:
Children 18 & under can receive free lunches this summer from the USDA food program. Jefferson School serves hot lunches and Madison Elementary has cold sack lunches. Kids 6-12 are invited to free, supervised activities at Lions Park after lunch. Monday to Friday through August 15th 12-12:30pm. Additionally, the Summer Kids In Parks Program (SKIPP) at Madison Elementary will serve snacks at 3pm. All children are required to complete a medical waiver prior to participating in SKIPP.
Jefferson Middle School, 2200 Conger Ave. NW & Madison Elementary, Legion Way SE
Toastmasters Club Adds Spanish Meeting:
Whether you are a professional, student, stay-at-home parent or retiree, Toastmasters is the most efficient, enjoyable and affordable way of gaining great communication skills. Due to the overwhelming need for Spanish Speakers in the professional world, Monday meetings were added so individuals can practice the Spanish language while they reap the benefits from Toastmasters! Mondays 12:05pm-12:55pm
Every Monday 12:05-12:55
Labor & Industries, room S216, 7273 Linderson Way SW, Tumwater, WA 98501
Vacation Bible School:
Vacation Bible School at Cooks Hill Community Church (2400 Cooks Hill Rd., Centralia) will be held Monday, July 28th-Friday, August 1st from 5:30-8pm. This year, kids are heading to the International Spy Academy where they’ll train to become special agents for the one true God! The exciting VBS program is filled with fun mysteries for kids and the Bible-based truths they won’t forget! It's a fun week of dinners, music, crafts, Bible lessons, games and more. Cost: $5 for the week. Preschool through 5th grade welcome! Dinner provided for all participants.
Monday, July 28th-Friday, August 1st, 5:30-8pm
Cooks Hill Community Church, 2400 Cooks Hill Rd., Centralia
(360) 736-6133, extension 2 www.cookshillcc.org