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Community Events and Recreation P.O. Box 369, Stevenson, WA (509) *Facilities *Events *Recreation Alex Hays, Manager of Cultural Events and Recreation Sara Slack,
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Community Events and Recreation P.O. Box 369, Stevenson, WA (509) *Facilities *Events *Recreation Alex Hays, Manager of Cultural Events and Recreation Sara Slack, Administrative Assistant Skamania County Commissioners District One: Richard Mahar District Two: Tom Lannen District Three: Bob Hamlin Tuesday October 24th, 9am-2pm Wednesday October 25th, 9am-5pm Thursday October 26th, 9am-2pm ADMISSSION $5 Games, Hay Maze, Crafts Call (509) Or visit us at For more information FITNESS Tai Chi-Yang This Chinese martial art form emphasizes health and peace of mind training. The result is improved posture, balance, range of motion, physical strength and energy. Participants of all ages and physical abilities are invited. Instructer: Craig Rundell Place: Hegewald Center Day: Tuesday Time: 10am-12pm Cost: $20 per month/$5 drop in PICKLE BALL Try out this sport sensation that is sweeping the nation! Pickle Ball is a fun game that is played on a badminton court with a perforated plastic baseball and wood or composite paddles. It is easy for beginners to learn, but can be developed into a quick, fast paced game for players of all ages! Come join us ~ you ll love it! ADULTS Mornings on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays 9-11:00am Evenings on Tuesday 6:00-8:00pm Currently being held in the Exhibit Hall. Check with volunteers when the weather gets nice they move up to the tennis courts. FEES Individual Partners Drop In $25/month $40/month $5/class SKAMANIA COUNTY YOUTH BASKETBALL SKAMANIA COUNTY YOUTH AND LITTLE DRIBBLERS BASKETBALL REGISTRATION IS DUE BY 11/09/17 PLEASE DROP OFF OR SEND CHECKS MADE PAYABLE TO SKAMANIA COUNTY YOUTH BASKETBALL AND REGISTRATION FORMS TO: SKAMANIA COUNTY COMMUNITY EVENTS AND RECREATION PO BOX 369/710 SW ROCK CREEK DR. STEVENSON, WA OR CONTACT KRISTEN WAYMIRE (509) or $40 registration fee for 3rd-6th graders And $25 registration fee for K-2 Please call or For further information COME JOIN THE FUN! WHEN: Nov 15th, Dec 6th, Jan 17th, & Feb 7th 2pm-5pm WHERE: Hegewald Center in the Auditorium GRADES: K-6 COST: $10 per child per day *Crafts *Activities *Snacks Registration available by ing or calling Pre-registration required by the first of each month Skamania County Christmas Basket Nomination Form Name: (Last, First): No. in household No. of children under 19 years old Boy Ages Girl Ages Street Address: Apt. or Space # City, State, Zip: Description of your home (please be specific): Home Phone: Cell Phone: Drop Off: Rock Creek Hegewald Center 710 SW Rock Creek Dr Stevenson, WA MONDAY - THURS., 7:30AM 5:30PM Mail No Later than Dec. 8th To: Skamania County Community Events and Rec Attn: Christmas Basket Program PO Box 369 Stevenson, WA Rules and Regulations Forms must be returned before 5:00PM on Wednesday, December 13th. No exceptions can be made. All forms can be turned into the Community Events and Recreation Department at the Hegewald Center or Skamania County PUD. You can now register online at https://goo.gl/forms/4z9uiqf433eiyjlc2 One basket per home. Available to Skamania County residents only. Names are checked with other local agencies to avoid duplicate deliveries or services. The Skamania County Christmas Basket Fund is not responsible for lost/stolen baskets, submission of incorrect addresses or undeliverable boxes. Please make arrangements to BE HOME ON FRIDAY, DEC. 22ND to accept delivery of your basket. Deliveries begin at 9AM. In the event of inclement weather, conditions may not allow our delivery team safe access to some outlying areas. Weather permitting may cause us to deliver earlier or later than planned or families may have to plan for pick up. You will be notified. Bigfoot Bash at Logtoberfest October 7, 2017 https://www.facebook.com/bigfootbashlogtoberfest/?fref=ts Christmas in the Gorge December 1-3, 2017 https://www.facebook.com/christmasinthegorge/?fref=ts Skamania County Facilities & Recreation RENTAL FACILITIES HEGEWALD CENTER 710 SW Rock Creek Drive Stevenson, Washington Rock Creek Recreation Center is available to rent for weddings, receptions, meetings, dances, etc., on a first come first served basis. Rent the whole building or an individual room to fit your needs. SKAMANIA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS & ROCK CREEK PARK 650 SW Rock Creek Drive Stevenson, Washington The Skamania County Fairgrounds is home to the Skamania County Fair and Timber Carnival as well as our Columbia Gorge Bluegrass Festival two events that return year after year. These grounds house several barns, an outdoor arena with grandstands, and an exhibit hall. Camping in conjunction with an event is also available. These facilities are available for rent nearly year round for events such as horse and gaming shows, barn dances, festivals, concerts, and more. The grounds are adjacent to Rock Creek Park that offers for rent a covered picnic shelter, and a community play structure. HOME VALLEY PARK State Route MP 50 Home Valley, Washington Home Valley Park, located on the banks of the Columbia River offers for rent a covered picnic shelter. It also has overnight rustic camping, ball fields, a play structure, horseshoe pits, and restrooms with showers. This is wonderful park to use for day trips or overnight adventures. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO MAKE RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL FACILITIES & RECREATION AT or US AT Are you wondering how to find out more about 4-H? Are you curious about what 4-H can offer you? As a youth? As a potential leader? Membership is open to any youth ages Adult volunteers are always welcome! Extension offers a variety of adult classes and training to get you started. What kinds of things can I do in 4-H? In addition to showing at the Skamania County Fair* and Washington State Fair 4-H offers a wide variety of projects and activities, including workshops, conferences, camps, community service projects and leadership development opportunities for both youth and adults at local, district, state, national and international levels. Many projects and related curriculum are available online. There are over 90 projects (areas of study) offered through Washington State 4-H: Animal sciences Horse Sheep Poultry etc. Engineering and technology Environmental stewardship Forestry etc. Expressive arts Photography, Sewing etc. Healthy Living Cooking etc. Social sciences Leadership, Citizenship etc. Plant sciences Gardening etc. AND MORE!!! *In order to be eligible to show at the Skamania County Fair as a 4-H member you must be enrolled by May 1st. How do I join and choose projects? Clubs are located throughout Skamania County that are led by volunteer leaders. Youth are encouraged to find a club close to their home that meets their area of interest. Some projects are recommended for specific age groups. In 4-H there are four age categories: Clover Bud: ages 5-7 Junior: ages 8-10 Intermediate: ages Senior: ages If you don t find a club that matches your needs and project interests you can always start your own! Learn More Online! 4-H information on the internet is growing daily. Visit the county extension website for activities, events and general information about the 4-H program. Skamania County 4-H Website: Skamania County 4-H on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skamco4h/ Washington State 4-H: Interested in learning more about the world s largest youth development organization? Contact Abby Brandt at the Skamania County 4-H Office or WSU Extension programs, employment, and volunteer service are available to all without discrimination. Concerns regarding potential discrimination may be reported through your local Extension office or directly to the WSU Office for Equal Opportunity, web: oeo.wsu.edu, ; phone:
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