**NEW** Accessible Skating for ALL ages at Magnuson Community Center
Community Fun Skate, every 2nd Sunday, 2-5pm
Magnuson Community Center (7110 62nd Ave NE, Seattle, Washington 98115)
We have skates in sizes J9-12
Come join us for our FREE series of Sunday Skates brought to you by PFM Roller Derby at Magnuson Community Center. All ages and abilities are welcome but children under the age of 18 must have parental permission (see below for details). This is a free event with donations welcome to support future fun skates. We will provide space, tunes, games, and the skates. You provide the smiles and laughter.
Kids 12-17 may be dropped off with a signed parental/guardian waiver, which we will keep on file for 2019. 11 and under must have a parent/guardian (18 and over) present at center, may watch.
**NEW** One on One Basketball Seattle Presents…
Pre-Season Player Development Programs & Weekly Shooting Clinics
Ravenna CC, Meadowbrook CC, or Queen Anne CC
- join our internationally renowned progressive basketball skills program
- prepare for middle school / high school basketball with our best instructors!
Look up class days and times, and register at seattle.1on1basketball.com
**NEW** Mindfulness and Yoga Classes
A yoga & mindfulness series designed specifically for kids & tweens/teens to teach them life skills to cope with the stress and anxiety of growing up. They will learn how to relax their minds and strengthen their bodies by an introduction to the principles of Mindfulness and the eight limbs of yoga. Relaxation and postural techniques will be taught as well as meditative practices including connecting with the breath and learning to pay attention to what is.
Mindfulness & Yoga for kids (grade school age)
Mondays from 4-5pm, Sept 23 – Nov 18*, $149
*no class Nov 11, Veteran’s Day
Mindfulness & Yoga for tweens & teens (middle/high school age)
Wednesdays from 3:30-4:45pm, Sept 25 – Nov 20, $169
Local Mindfulness & Yoga Instructor, Karen “Karb” Bullard, has been offering classes to kids of all ages for the past 5 years. She introduces the 8 limbs of yoga and teaches mindfulness techniques to help kids’ learn to focus their attention, understand self-compassion and explore other tools to deal with the challenges of adolescence and beyond. She is also the PNW Regional Outreach Coordinator for Inward Bound Mindfulness Education (iBme). All classes take place at the Seattle School of Aikido at the corner of 55th & 35th in the Bryant neighborhood.
To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.465.5477. Minimum number of attendees required so please help spread the word. Payment due in full by first class. Can pay via check or PayPal.
Babysitting certification course at Meadowbrook
To enroll visit https://www.cprseattle.com/
This class, taught by a CPR instructor/parent, is a fun, interactive workshop providing 11-15 year olds the essential skills they must know in order to obtain babysitting work. The course includes role play, video lessons, instructor led discussions, and hands-on skills training to give potential babysitters the confidence to responsibly care for the infants and children in their charge. An ASHI (American Safety and Health Institute) certification card is issued upon completion of the training. This class includes a CPR review but does not include CPR certification. Location: Meadowbrook CC
9/28 Sa 9:15 a.m.-1:45 p.m. $45
Meadowbrook Teen Life Center Late Night
Late Night is a safe and supportive environment for teens . This recreation-based program focuses on positive teen interactions and engagement where all teens are welcomed. The Late Night Program is aligned and supportive of the city’s Race and Social Equity framework, including education and employment readiness programs. Come to your local Late Night and explore more of what we have to offer!
F/Sa 7 p.m.-Midnight
GEMS Middle School STEM program
Check out GEMS (Girls in Engineering, Math and Science), a middle school STEM program sponsored by the Seattle chapter of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS). The program is a free, volunteer-run, evening science enrichment program that explores STEM fields as diverse as forensics, oceanography, civil engineering, and neuroscience through hands-on activities with guidance from women scientists currently employed in these fields. In addition, we organize several field trips a year, such as a programming workshop at Google and a beach walk exploration of tide pools with the Seattle Aquarium. We offer one-on-one mentorship opportunities for girls to get hands-on experience in fields that interest them.
Our goal is to help middle school students who identify as girls learn about the range of opportunities that exist within science and technology, to encourage more girls to enter these fields, and allow them to build a sense of confidence that they can be successful in these fields as professional women. GEMS meetings run once a month from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm from November to May and are offered at two locations: the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in downtown Seattle and South Shore PK-8 School in South Seattle.
If you are interested or know a student who is interested for the 2019-2020 year, please fill out this form and we will contact you when our application opens in September 2019.
For more information visit seattleawis.org/awis-events/gems/, or contact us at email@example.com