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Learn, grow and make friends at Si View Metro Park's summer camps | Registration starts April 11

Summer campers take an excursion up the Little Si trail during a past year’s camp. Registration begins April 11 for Si View camps. - Courtesy photo
Summer campers take an excursion up the Little Si trail during a past year’s camp. Registration begins April 11 for Si View camps.
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Summer camps at North Bend’s Si View Park and Community Center offer a place to learn, grow, make friends, and have fun for youngsters of all ages.

Registration for camp opens Friday, April 11, and is available online at www.siviewpark.org, by phone at (425) 831-1900 or in person at Si View Community Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Whether parents are looking for a traditional full-day summer camp program, sports or a specialty camp, Si View has something for everyone.

Camp Si View, for K-5 students, boasts daily swimming, sports, arts, crafts, outdoor games and weekly field trips. Hours are 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., good for working parents. Cost is $30 per week.

Camp R.A.D. (Recreation, Adventure and Discovery), for K-5 students, explores the outdoors throughout the summer. This camp is designed for a smaller group, giving children a more personalized experience. Campers take a weekly field trip and swim at the Si View Pool. The camp is at Meadowbrook Farm with daily hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with extended care available. Cost is $30 per week.

TRACs camp (Teen Recreation Adventure Camp) is open for sixth through ninth graders and offers variety of adventures and field trips throughout the Puget Sound area. Camp runs Monday through Thursday each week with visits to places like Crystal Mountain backcountry, kayaking, ropes courses, river rafting, sports games, and Wild Waves. Cost is $30 per week.

Si View Dance offers positive, enriching programs. Dance camps are offered for ages 3 to 12 for three weeks in July at Si View Community Center. Themes include Dance4All, Dance Around the World, New York New York, Little Princesses, Hip Hop Camp and Musical Theatre Dance. Choose from half-day or full-day programs.

Youth Sports Camps (K-8) offer a variety of activities such as basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball, flag football, baseball, golf and lacrosse throughout the summer. Camps are hosted at local schools and Si View Park fields. Girls and boys can sample new sports as well as enhance the skills of their favorite sports.

Specialty Camps at Si View Community Center are for children in grades K-5 interested in topics such as engineering, science or the performing arts.

Learn more at www.siviewpark.org or call (425) 831-1900.

 

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