Northwest NEWS

May 13, 2002

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Bothell Parks & Rec upcoming events

Bugs, Slugs and other Ughs (5-9 years): We share our habitat with thousands of little creatures that wear their skeleton on the outside or have no skeleton at all. Come explore the world of bugs and slugs and bring home your very own bug ecosystem in a bottle. Location: Adult Day Center. Min 5/Max 12. Wednesday May 29, 6-8 p.m. Residents $10, Non-Resident $11.
   Dads and Daughters Spring-Time Ball (girls grades 1-6): Girls are invited to bring their dads (or special adult male) to the Dads and Daughters Springtime Ball. There will be dancing, prizes, punch, cookies and lots of fun.
   Photo packages are $10 and up. So, girls grab your dads or dads grab your girls and come enjoy this special night out on the town. Location: Anderson Cafeteria. Saturday June, 7-9:30 p.m. Residents $12/Non-Residents $13 (price per couple), additional person $6 per child Resident and $7.50 Non-Resident. $15 per couple at the door.
   8th Annual Teen Auto Show: Teens, this is your chance to show your ride. Cash prizes for everything from best stock to best custom to cleanest sounds to best beater. All entries are eligible for raffle prizes. Lunch included.
   Pre-register and receive a $5 gasoline certificate. This is a cooperative effort between the City of Bothell, Teen Northshore and Longs Automotive. For registration packet call Bothell Parks and Recreation. Location: Bothell High School. Saturday May 18. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. $20 pre-registration and $25 day of the show.
   Crab Catching for Beginners (16 & up): Learn proven techniques for catching crab as well as crab fishing. Location and information on crab life cycles. Class is taught by Puget Sound Anglers member Herb Ahten. Loc: W.A. Anderson, Room 212. Min 5/Max 20. Tuesday, June 11, 7-9 P.M. Resident $7/Non-Resident $8.
   Fishing Lake Washington (16 & up): Learn easy techniques that you can use to catch trout, perch, bass, and salmon from Lake Washington. Roger Urbaniak, a past resident of the Lake Washington Chapter of the Puget Sound Anglers will share proven fish catching techniques and locations. Loc: W.A. Anderson. Min 5/Max 20. Tuesday, June 4, 7-9 p.m. Resident $7/Non-Resident $8.
   Contact Bothell Parks & Recreation for further information: (425) 486-7430, or visit the website at
   Power Layout (12 & up): A must for every scrapbooker. 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 album pages, approx 240 photos. Class is designed for scrapbookers using the 12X12 album size. Loc: Police Dept. Community Room. Min 4/Max 20. Thursday 5/30. 5:30-9:00 P.M. Resident $10/Non-Resident $11. Fee: $7 supply fee payable to instructor.
   School Daze Album Night (12 & up): Organize this year's art, memorabilia, certificates and awards along with the photos that tell the story. A variet of sizes will be demonstrated and also made available for purchase. Class fee includes a School Daze sticker pack, a lesson, and handouts. Loc: Police Dept. Community Room. Min 4/Max 20. Thursday 6/6. 6-8 P.M. Resident $10/Non-Resident $11.
   Tae Kwon-Do: Learn self-defense as well as developing mental and physical coordination. Flexibility, agility, coordination and strength are part of the physical conditioning. Concentration, patience and respect are learned as part of the mental conditioning. Sessions will run continuously with payment due each month. New students go thru a series of short one-on-one trainings to learn basics prior to joining full class. W.A. Anderson Cafeteria, Mondays & Wednesdays on-going, 6:15-9 P.M. Ages 7-12, $40 Bothell Residents/$4 Non-Resident per student per month. W.A. Anderson Cafeteria, Mondays & Wednesdays on-going, 7-8 P.M. Ages 13 & up, $40 Bothell Residents/$4 Non-Resident per student per month. Family Discount: Resident $30 and Non-Resident $33 per second family member.
   Women's Fitness - Aerobic Kickboxing Interval Training (16 & up): Basic techniques and fundamentals of kicking and punching; half cardiovascular exercises and half interval training; focuses on dynamic movement, muscle strengthening, overall conditing, agility and reaction; stretching; sit-ups/push-ups; high intensity fast paced workout; no previous experience necessary. Class taught by Bothell Police Officer, Dione Thompson. Loc: Crystal Springs Elem. Gym. Min 6/Max 20. Wednesdays 5/1-5/29. 6-7 P.M. Resident $29/Non-Resident $31.
   Yoga (18 & up): Yoga is a Sanskrit word meaning "Wholeness" - integration of body, mind, and spirit. In this class we rediscover the wholeness that is in each of us through movement, breathing, deep relaxation, and positive visualization. Improve your physical health, flexibility, poise, and well being through gentle, focused exercise. Learn ways to relax and handle stress with ease and grace. Loc: Northshore Senior Center. Min 10/Max 18. Session I - Wednesday 5/8-6/26, 6:30-7:30 P.M. Session II - Wednesday 7/10-8/28, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Resident $80/Non-Resident $88. $10 off Session II for student continuing from Session I.
   One Hit Wonders - A Wide Variety of Arts & Crafts - Something for Everyone
   These are great classes for adults as well as children (10 & up) or an opportunity to have some creative time together.
   One night classes with lots of activity, production, creativity, fun and adventure. Join one or more classes. Projects will be taken home each week. Plan to play, learn, mess, create and have fun. Location: Adult Day Center. Min 6/Max 18. Resident $10/Non-Resident $11 (supplies included in fee). Sign up for 4 classes and pay only
   Resident $36 and Non-Resident $40 for all 4.
   Stamping and Embossing: One of everyone's favorite special effects. This is great for bookmarks, envelopes, picture frames and much more. Thursday, 5/9. 6:30-7:45 P.M.
   Designing on Glass: Special effects on glass to create beautiful frosted and painted pieces. Thursday, 5/18. 6:30-7:45 P.M.
   Decoupage Everything: This is a great way to give new life to all kinds of objects in your home - floors, vases, boxes, furniture, almost anything. Thursday 5/23. 6:30-7:45 P.M.
   Painting Floor Cloths: Come learn how to make an allergy free painting you can walk on. Floor Cloths (rugs) can be designed to go with any decor. Popular in "House Beautiful." Thursday 5/30. 6:30-7:45 P.M.