Northwest NEWS

February 12, 2001


Upcoming Bothell Parks events

Scrapbooking: Power Layout. Learn to sort, crop, design and prep for mounting 30 pages into your scrapbook album at one time. This hands-on class will empower you to easily maintain and catch up on mounds of photos. Bring enough photos for 30 12x12 album pages (approx 240 photos). Adult Day Center, 7-10 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 15. $10/person plus a $7 supply fee payable to instructor.
   Camp-Bothell, Mid-Winter Break Session (Creative Theatre). A program for students in grades kindergarten through sixth grade. Students will participate in the theatrical process by creating and staging their own original show.
   The class begins with exercises that address different "parts" of the actor: voice, movement, and teamwork; then the story-plot and characters are created from their imaginations. Performance takes place on the final day of class. Anderson School cafeteria, Tuesday-Friday, Feb. 20-23, $100/student. No single day sign-ups will be accepted for this camp. Before and after care are available.
   Dried Flower Wreath. Come enjoy a relaxing and rewarding evening, and make a dried wreath for your home or as a gift. All materials included in supply fee. Adult Day Center, 6:45-8 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22, ages 12-adult. $10/person plus $20 supply fee paid directly to instructor.
   First Aid. Teaches first aid techniques so you can help in any emergency. This is a Labor & Industries approved curriculum. No CPR is taught in this class. Downtown firehouse, Bothell, 7-10 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 15, $20/person.
   Heartsaver CPR. Free class, however pre-registration is required due to limited space. Teaches American Heart Association curriculum including: heart disease risk factors, heart-healthy living, adult CPR, airway management and disease protection. Downtown firehouse, Bothell, 7-10p.m., Thursday, Feb. 22.
   Introduction to Dhyana Yogo. Called the "natural yoga," Dhyana Yoga classes will focus on a variety of stretches, movements, and breathing exercises designed to strengthen the body and release physical, mental and emotional tension, resulting in extraordinarily deep relaxation and quick progress in flexibility.
   Participants must bring a blanket to class. Northshore Senior Center, 5:30-6:45 p.m., or 7-8:15 p.m., Wednesdays, Feb. 28-April 4. $60/each 6-week session.
   For registration information on any of these classes, call (425) 486-7430.