Keep Your Kids Active This Winter

Dated: December 13 2012

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Check out what Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation offer for our youth!

All kinds of activities for toddlers all the way up to teens!




Winter Break Day Camp

Firstenburg Community Center - 700 NE 136th Avenue, Vancouver, WA

  • Little Camper (ages 4-6)
  • SPARK Youth Day Camp (ages 6-10)
  • Teen Survivor Camp (ages 11-15)


Marshall Community Center - 1009 E Mcloughlin Blvd, Vancouver, WA

  • Winter Adventures Youth Day Camp (ages 6-11)
  • Teen Xcape Camp (ages 11-15)

Teen Activities - At Marshall and Firstenburg Centers

FREE Program for middle and highschool age students. Every Friday 8-11pm

Bring photo ID and enjoy activities including:

  • Ping Pong
  • Pool
  • Video Games
  • and Basketball
Middle School Dances at Firstenburg Community Center
 
3rd Saturday of each month from 7-10pm
$8 in advance, $10 at the door - admission stops at 8pm
 
Youth Sports and Swimming

  • Indoor soccer on Saturdays at Marshall (ages 4-7)
  • Outdoor Flag Football on Saturdays at Memory Field (ages 7-12)
And a few other activities:

  • Youth basketball at Firstenburg (ages 6-11)
  • Power kids karate at the Luepke Center (ages 5-11)
  • Girs volleyball class at Marshall (ages 9-14)
  • Swim lessons at Firstenburg and Marshall (6 months - adult)
  • and Youth fitness at Firstenburg and Marshall (ages 6-15)
These are great opportunities for us (parents) and our children! Take advantage of these great programs!
 
Hope to see you all there!
 
 
Traci Novak 
Front Door Realty
360-931-1667
Traci@FrontDoorNW.com


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